Keyword: Overbrook Farm

  • Flanders Field Rebounding for Stewart

    Overbrook Farm's royally bred 3-year-old Flanders Field is working for his 3-year-old debut for trainer Dallas Stewart at Gulfstream Park after being pulled from training last year with shin problems.

  • First Birdstone Foal Born at Overbrook

    The first foal sired by 2004 Belmont Stakes (gr. I) winner Birdstone was born Jan. 11 at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington.

  • Overbrook Announces 2006 Fees

    The Young family's Overbrook Farm, which earlier announced that Storm Cat's fee would remain at $500,000 for 2006, announced fees for its other stallions.

  • Overbrook Farm stallion Storm Cat.

    Storm Cat Scales New Heights at Keeneland Sale

    There was a huge run on the market for sons and daughters of Storm Cat by the ultimate high-end buyers at the select sessions of the Keeneland September yearling sale. Leading the charge, of course, was the fall sale record $9.7 million bid by Sheikh Mohammed for a dark bay or brown colt by Storm Cat out of multiple grade I winner Tranquility Lake.

  • Supplies are loaded into a trailer at the Kentucky Horse Park Thursday as part of a Katrina relief effort.

    Relief Effort Continues at Kentucky Horse Park

    Individuals and businesses in the Central Kentucky region have until 7 p.m. Friday to donate urgently needed supplies to the National Horse Center at the Kentucky Horse Park for horses and horse industry people affected by Hurricane Katrina.

  • Salt Lake to Golden Eagle

    Salt Lake has been purchased by Betty Mabee and her son, Larry Mabee, to stand at their Golden Eagle Farm near Ramona, Calif., for the 2006 breeding season. A son of the late Deputy Minister, Salt Lake previously stood at Walmac Farm near Lexington.

  • Clock Stopper wins the Commonwealth.

    Clock Stopper Wakes Up in Commonwealth

    Overbrook Fam's hard-knocking Clock Stopper ended an eight-race losing streak Saturday when he surprised a quality field of sprinters in the $424,900 Commonwealth Breeders' Cup (gr. II) at Keeneland.

  • Cape Hope Sails in Herecomesthebride

    Overbrook Farm's surging Cape Hope registered her fourth straight victory on the grass with a three-quarters of a length win in the $100,000 Herecomesthebride Stakes (gr. IIIT) for 3-year-old fillies at Gulfstream Park Saturday.

  • Clock Stopper Set to Unwind in Richter Scale

    Trainer Dallas Stewart is set to unwind Clock Stopper on South Florida when the speedy son of Gilded Time takes the gate for Saturday's Richter Scale Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. II), going seven furlongs at Gulfstream Park.

  • Game Coast Line Nips Offlee Wild in Stakes Debut

    In his first try against stakes company, Overbrook Farm's even-money favorite Coast Line held off graded stakes winner Offlee Wild by a neck for his fifth win in a row in the $125,000 John B. Campbell Breeders' Cup Handicap at Laurel Park Saturday.

  • Triple Crown Nominations Total 358

    A total of 358 3-year-olds have been nominated for the 2005 Visa Triple Crown. Although the figure is down from the 400-plus nominations in each of the previous four years, it will be of little significance once the multitude of talented 3-year-olds start making their way toward the May 7 Kentucky Derby (gr. I).

  • Biloxi Palace Starts Triple Crown Trail in Lecomte

    Biloxi Palace, a two-time winner at Fair Grounds, is looking to make a name for himself along the VISA Triple Crown trail with a solid performance in Saturday's $100,000 Lecomte Stakes (gr. III) at Fair Grounds. The LeComte is the first in a three-race series leading up to the March 12 Louisiana Derby (gr. II).

  • Clock Stopper and Gold Storm Battle in Colonel Power

    Stakes winners Clock Stopper and Gold Storm highlight a field of six sprinters pointed toward Sunday's $60,000 Colonel Power Handicap, going six-furlongs at Fair Grounds. The two runners last met at Lone Star Park in the Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I), where Clock Stopper finished sixth and Gold Storm finished ninth.

  • Storm Cat, leading juvenile sire of 2004.

    Leading Juvenile Sire 2004: Storm Cat

    In September 2004, Storm Cat set a record when he passed Northern Dancer as the all-time leading sire of seven-figure yearlings. As the year came to a close, the Overbrook Farm stallion added another impressive statistic to his résumé.

  • Storm Surge Powers to Sugar Bowl Victory

    Overbrook Farm homebred Storm Surge took the lead in the top of the stretch and went on to capture the $60,000 Sugar Bowl Stakes for 2-year-olds Friday at Fair Grounds Race Course.

  • Carson City, died Friday.

    Overbrook Stallion Carson City Dead at 17

    Carson City, the 14th ranked sire by progeny earnings in 2004, died Friday morning at Overbrook Farm. The cause of death is not known, pending the results of an autopsy.

  • Gold Mine to New Zealand

    Gold Mine, a 5-year-old son of Mr. Prospector, has been purchased by Mark and Denny Baker's Hallmark Stud for stallion duty at that farm near Te Kauwhata, New Zealand.

  • Comebacker Clock Stopper in Churchill Return

    Overbrook Farm's Clock Stopper was bound for last fall's Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr.I) at Oak Tree at Santa Anita until a chipped ankle sent him to the sidelines. He returns after an absence of seven months in Thursday's featured allowance race at Churchill Downs.

  • Comebacker Clock Stopper in Churchill Return

    Overbrook Farm's Clock Stopper was bound for last fall's Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr.I) at Oak Tree at Santa Anita until a chipped ankle sent him to the sidelines. He returns after an absence of seven months in Thursday's featured allowance race at Churchill Downs.

  • Tabasco Cat at Overbrook Farm in 1995.

    Classic Winner Tabasco Cat Dies in Japan

    Tabasco Cat, who won the 1994 Preakness (gr. I) and Belmont (gr. I) Stakes as a homebred for William T. Young and David Reynolds, died at the Japan Bloodstock Breeders' Association's Shizunai Stallion Station in Japan.

  • Cape Town's Fee Upped to $25,000

    Cape Town, who sired a 2003 champion and Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) winner in Bird Town, has undergone a fee change from the previously announced $20,000 to $25,000 for the 2004 breeding season.

  • Quick Action, Team Lukas Take 'Cappy' for Overbrook

    It certainly wasn't the biggest race of the season, but Monday's $81,225 Fred "Cappy" Capossela had to be special to Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas' New York operation. The winner, Quick Action is owned by longtime client Overbrook Farm, whose founder, William T. Young, died last week.

  • Minor Injury Knocks Clock Stopper Out of BC Sprint Consideration

    Overbrook Farm's Clock Stopper, who would have drawn into the Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I) with the defection of any of the 14 horses on the race's preference list, has suffered what is described as a "minor" ankle injury that has knocked the 3-year-old gelding out of consideration for the Oct. 25 race.

  • Clock Stopper On Time in Perryville

    Clock Stopper earned his first career stakes win Thursday with a sharp victory in the $108,300 Perryville Stakes at Keeneland.

  • Champali Highlights Perryville Stakes

    Multiple stakes-winner Champali will lead a field of six in Thursday's $100,000-added Perryville Stakes (Presented by Budweiser) at Keeneland, going on the Beard turf course distance of seven-furlongs, 184 feet.

  • Lukas Works Ten Cents, Ozzie Cat; Scrimshaw Shelved

    Ken Ramsey's Ten Cents a Shine, who was transferred from trainer Ken McPeek's care in Florida to Hall of Famer D. Wayne Lukas in California this past week, worked for the first time over Santa Anita's fast main track Sunday morning, logging five furlongs in 1:01 3/5 handily.

  • Gulfstream: Lukas Horses in the House

    Overbrook Farm's Ozzie Cat and Robert and Beverly Lewis' Scrimshaw made the trip from California and both arrived safely and are bedded down with the other horses in Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas‚ barn at Gulfstream Park.

  • Bham Out of Fountain of Youth, Other Developments

    A high temperature has knocked Bham out of his scheduled start in Saturday's Fountain of Youth Stakes, forcing trainer Todd Pletcher to rethink his plans for next weekend. With Bham out, Pletcher now may run Indy Dancer in the Fountain of Youth rather than the Risen Star at Fair Grounds.

  • Lady Tak, Perfect Wave Face Distance Test

    Heiligbrodt Racing Stable's Lady Tak and Overbrook Farm's Perfect Wave will both be trying a longer game when the 3-year-old fillies put their unblemished records on the line in Sunday's $100,000 Tiffany Lass Stakes at Fair Grounds.

  • My Boston Gal remains undefeated with win in Golden Rod Stakes.

    My Boston Gal Thunders Home in Golden Rod

    Heavily-favored My Boston Gal remained undefeated Saturday, displaying an explosive stretch run to post a 3 1/4-length win over Holiday Lady in Churchill Downs' $219,600 Golden Rod Stakes (gr. II) for 2-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 mile.

  • Three Stakes on Tap Friday at Arlington

    Arlington Park offers an entertaining preamble Friday to its Breeders' Cup program that includes two turf handicaps and a main track allowance stake worth $100,000 apiece.

  • Three Stakes on Tap Friday at Arlington

    Arlington Park offers an entertaining preamble Friday to its Breeders' Cup program that includes two turf handicaps and a main track allowance stake worth $100,000 apiece.

  • Overbrook Announces 2003 Stud Fees

    William T. Young's Overbrook Farm, which earlier announced that Storm Cat's fee will remain at $500,000 for the 2003 season, has kept fees for the other eight returning stallions at the same 2002 price.

  • Day Trader Easily Best in Kentucky Cup Sprint

    Overbrook Farm's Day Trader was an easy winner of Saturday's $150,000 Kentucky Cup Sprint (gr. III) for 3-year-olds at Turfway Park, breaking alertly and drawing away from the field before tallying by three lengths.

  • Vindication Heads Ky. Cup Juvenile

    Hoping to follow the success of the last two Kentucky Cup Juvenile (gr. III) winners, Point Given and Repent, eight 2-year-olds have been entered for the first two-turn graded event for juveniles of the year.

  • Snow Ridge is Tops in Maryland Breeders' Cup H.

    Snow Ridge got back on the winning track with a smashing 7 3/4 –length annihilation of the $200,000 Maryland Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. III) on the Preakness undercard at Pimlico.

  • Snow Ridge Draws Seven For Carter

    Snow Ridge, unbeaten in three starts in 2002, drew post seven as the 120 pound highweight in the 11-horse Carter Handicap (gr. I) field at Aqueduct Saturday.

  • Snow Ridge sprinted to his third stakes victory at the Santa Anita meet when he won the San Carlos.

    Snow Ridge Notches Third Stakes Win of the Meet in San Carlos

    On Sunday, Snow Ridge continued his impressive run through the sprint stakes schedule at Santa Anita, leading wire-to-wire in winning the $150,000 San Carlos Handicap (gr. I). Earlier at the meet, Snow Ridge won the El Conejo (gr. III) and Palos Verdes (gr. II) handicaps.