Keyword: Landaluce

  • The Week in Photos 7/4/2017

    United Nations, Mother Goose, Princess Rooney, San Carlos, King Edward, Highlander, Singspiel, Dominion Day, Wilshire, American, Landaluce, Smile Sprint, Carry Back, Dr. James Penny Memorial, Bashford Manor, Queen's Plate and more.

  • Seattle Slew

    The Continuing Impact of Seattle Slew

    While Seattle Slew did well crossed back to almost any of the major strains in his pedigree, he was particularly effective when bred to mares carrying Buckpasser in their pedigrees.

  • Native Diver

    Native Diver Monument Moving to Del Mar

    A 20-foot long monument within the garden paddock at Betfair Hollywood Park that marks the burial place of the great Native Diver will be moved, along with his remains, to Del Mar in the next few weeks.

  • Ray Struder

    Chasing Landaluce

    Owner Ray Struder fell in love with Landaluce back in 1982. He wants to extend her legacy by winning the Dec. 7 Hollywood Starlet Stakes (gr. I) with his Rosalind.

  • Harrington Duo Challenges in Landaluce

    Trainer Mike Harrington entered a pair of 2-year-olds <ETH> I Can Yodele and Swiss Please <ETH> in Monday's $100,000-added Landaluce Stakes (gr. III) the Hollywood Park championship for 2-year-old fillies at six furlongs.

  • Ray Paulick&lt;br&gt;Editor-in-Chief

    Look of Eagles

    <i> By Ray Paulick </i> --Sometimes it's easy to forget what's important about the game. People can argue long into the night about seemingly important issues like marketing, takeout rates, or medication and drug testing, but then a remarkable talent like Seattle Slew comes along and reminds everyone that the horse is king of this sport.

  • Slew in the Breeding Shed: Passing on his Greatness

    The odds of a horse becoming a champion are huge. So are the odds of a horse becoming a prominent stallion. Now, imagine the odds of a horse becoming a great champion and a great stallion. Now, take it to its maximum. Imagine the odds of a horse becoming a truly great champion and stallion. It was those odds, which Seattle Slew beat on both the racetrack and at stud in such a commanding way, that made him such a legend.