Keyword: Nearctic

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    Sweet Success for Street Cry Line

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter<br />One of the more interesting features of the last 10 days or so has been the hot streak for young sire sons of Street Cry.

  • Field Commission comes home strong in the Neartic.

    Field Commission Finds Room in Nearctic

    Field Commission found room at the top of the lane and took over approaching the sixteenth-pole on his way to a 1 1/2-length victory in the $500,000 Nearctic Stakes (Can-II) Oct. 17 on the Woodbine turf.

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    Synthetic Transformation

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER, by Avalyn Hunter <P> The new synthetic surfaces at Hollywood Park and Santa Anita Park have created some remarkable transformations in racing form in some horses. One is Dearest Trickski, a $10,000 claimer only eight months ago who set a track record at Hollywood Park in November and then won a grade I stakes at Santa Anita. While the Cushion Track seems to be a contributing factor, it doesn't hurt that Dearest Trickski is inbred to both Nearctic, through three successful sons, and Hyperion, through his two most successful sons.

  • Steel Light Shines in Nearctic Victory

    Moyglare Stud's Steel Light, sent off as the lukewarm 3-1 favorite, made his Woodbine debut a winning one, taking Sunday's $500,000 Nearctic Stakes (Can-II) on Pattison Canadian International Day at Woodbine.

  • Stablemates

    <i>By Joe Hickey</i> -- Bonds made as classmates, teammates, roommates, shipmates, and soulmates often last a lifetime. And so, too, can bonds made among stablemates.

  • Langfuhr to Relocate to Lane's End

    Langfuhr, the leading third-crop sire of 2003 and currently the fifth-ranked sire in North America on the general sire list, will be relocated to William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky. The son of Danzig, who has seven individual stakes winners this year, will stand the 2004 breeding season for a fee of $20,000 live foal.