Keyword: Patriot Act

  • Empire Dreams streaks home to win the New York Derby.

    Empire Dreams Lands New York Derby

    West Point Thoroughbreds' Empire Dreams benefited from an outside post and clear trip July 12 to take the $161,000 New York Derby at Finger Lakes, while an incident at the start impacted more than half the field.

  • Patriot Act to Stand for Questroyal

    New York State-based Questroyal Stud has acquired the breeding rights in William S. Farish's homebred stakes winner Patriot Act.

  • Stirring Cornhusker BC Win for Dry Martini

    Carol and George Nyren's Dry Martini showed plenty of determination while coming from well off the pace under jockey Elvis Trujillo to win the $300,000 Cornhusker Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. II) at Prairie Meadows Saturday night.

  • Master Command, with John Velazquez up, wins the Mineshaft Handicap, Saturday at Fair Grounds.

    Master Command Sails in Mineshaft Win

    Odds-on choice Master Command left the tiring Purim approaching the eighth pole and cruised to victory in the $194,000 Mineshaft Handicap, the first of four successive grade III races on the Fair Grounds program Saturday.

  • Master Command Heads Mineshaft Field

    Master Command has been installed as the 8-5 morning line favorite for the Mineshaft Handicap (gr. III) at the Fair Grounds Feb.10.

  • Sandburr Shakes Off Louisiana Handicap Rivals

    Fell The Thunder Stable's Sandburr took command in upper stretch and outran Jonesboro the rest of the way to capture the $75,000 Louisiana Breeders' Cup Handicap by three-quarters of a length Saturday at Fair Grounds Race Course.

  • Flamenco, winning Calder's Jack Price Juvenile.

    Derby Crop 2005: Big Second Wave About to Hit

    The Bessemer Trust Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) is history, and all the race did was pretty much complicate matters. Afleet Alex, Sun King, Roman Ruler and company still look legitimate, despite being upset by Euro invader Wilko. Now it's time to brace for the post Breeders' Cup wave that is about to unleash some new, exciting prospects for next spring's classics.

  • Sir Cherokee won the Ack Ack Handicap in his first race back from ankle surgery.

    Sir Cherokee Victorious in Return from Layoff

    Sir Cherokee and Calvin Borel launched a rally from last and romped to an authoritative victory over odds-on favorite Fire Slam in Sunday's $163,500 Ack Ack Handicap (gr. III), the opening day feature of Churchill Downs' 21-day fall race meet.