Keyword: Olin Gentry

  • Renee Dailey with Tom VanMeter at the Saratoga sale

    New Pinhooking Venture Off to Successful Start

    When trainer D. Wayne Lukas signed the ticket for $650,000 during the Aug. 7 opening session of the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga selected yearling sale for a son of Union Rags, it marked another big pinhooking score for Renee Dailey and Olin Gentry.

  • Breeze-Link Launched to Help RNA Owners

    Longtime horsemen Olin Gentry, Thomas Clark, and Julie Cauthen have partnered to launch Breeze-Link, a risk management business created specifically for yearling RNA owners looking to sell at the following year’s 2-year-olds-in-training sales.

  • Flashy American brought $395,000 during the second day of the Fasig-Tipton winter mixed sale in Lexington.

    Flashy American, Funfair Light Up Bid Board

    Graded stakes winner Flashy American and stakes-winning Funfair sold in quick succession for $395,000 and $350,000, respectively, Feb. 9 during the second day of the Fasig-Tipton winter mixed sale

  • Glasgow's Gold, the dam of Swift Temper, equaled the $300,000 high price so far at the Jan. 11 session of the Keeneland sale.

    Glasgow's Gold Second Horse to Fetch $300,000

    Glasgow's Gold, the dam of grade I-winning millionaire Swift Temper, equaled the $300,000 high price so far at the Jan. 11 session of the Keeneland horses of all ages sale.

  • Tiny Woods First Thoroughbred Legends Winner

    The Thoroughbred Legends Racing Stable, one of the biggest spenders at the 2008 yearling auctions, got its first winner July 25 when Tiny Woods defeated Sidney's Candy by a head in a maiden special weight race at Del Mar in California. It was Tiny Woods' career debut.

  • Nick Zito, one of three conditioners who will be training for the "Legends Racing" group

    Legends Racing Ready to Roll in 2009

    Legends Racing, which was 2008's biggest-spending new shopper at Thoroughbred yearling sales, is preparing for its inaugural season at the racetrack. According to Olin Gentry, one of the venture's founders, the stable's 39 horses have been divided equally among Legends' three trainers--Bob Baffert, D. Wayne Lukas, and Nick Zito--and are in Florida being prepared for competition.

  • Lady Joanne, hip 381, brings $1.25 million during the Nov. 4 morning session of the Keeneland Sale.

    Lady Joanne Goes for $1.25 Million

    Adena Springs' Frank Stronach went to $1.25 million to acquire grade I winner Lady Joanne in foal to Mr. Greeley to kick start the second session of the 2008 Keeneland November breeding stock sale Nov. 4 at the Central Kentucky auction house.

  • Olin Gentry of Legends Racing

    Hey Big Spenders: Legends on a Roll

    When the second session of the Keeneland September yearling sale ended Sept. 9, Olin Gentry and trainer Bob Baffert of Legends Racing rushed to the barn area to look at more horses and get ready for the next day's selling. It's been a busy auction, so far, for the new racing venture, whose formation was announced just prior to the Belmont Stakes (gr. I) in June when a presentation was made to potential investors in New York.

  • Champion broodmare Taba passes away at age 32.

    Taba, Dam of Turkoman, Dies

    Taba, Argentina's 1975 champion 2-year-old filly and dam of Turkoman, has died at Our Mims Retirement Haven. She was 32.

  • I'll Get Along, the dam of Smarty Jones, sold for $5 million.

    Smarty Jones' Dam Brings $5 Million

    It was an exciting night Nov. 7 at Fasig-Tipton Kentucky's Newtown Paddocks as I'll Get Along, the dam of dual classic winner and Horse of the Year candidate Smarty Jones, brought a top price of $5 million during the November select sale. Multiple grade I winner Toccet, selling as a stallion prospect, also topped the seven-figure mark, at $3.35 million.

  • Indian Charlie, shown winning the 1998 Santa Anita Derby.

    Indian Charlie Relocated to Airdrie

    Olin Gentry and Tom VanMeter, shareholders in freshman stallion Indian Charlie, have announced the relocation of the 7-year-old stallion to Mr. and Mrs. Brereton C. Jones' Airdrie Stud near Midway, Ky.

  • Storm Cat, North America's leading sire, was produced from Terlingua, a daughter of top producer Crimson Saint.

    Prominent Broodmare Crimson Saint Dead at 32

    Crimson Saint, who developed into a treasure trove for Central Kentucky horseman Tom Gentry, died May 12 at John Willard's Offutt-Cole Farm near Midway, Ky., where she had spent the last six years of her retirement. Crimson Saint was owned by Gentry's son, Olin. Crimson Saint produced Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT) winner and successful stallion Royal Academy, plus grade II winners Terlingua and Pancho Villa and restricted stakes winner Alydariel. Crimson Saint's descendants also include leading sire Storm Cat. Overall, Gentry sold 10 of Crimson Saint's offspring as yearlings for a total of $17,775,000.