Dam of Rachel Alexandra is confirmed in foal to champion Lookin At Lucky.
Rachel Alexandra, the 2009 Horse of the Year who produced her first foal this year, has been pronounced in foal to Darley stallion Bernardini.
Footage of Rachel Alexandra's Curlin colt, who was born on Jan. 22, 2012, at Stonestreet Farm. Watch Video
Photographer Anne M. Eberhardt visits with Rachel Alexandra and her Curlin colt at Stonestreet Farm. read blog
Anne M. Eberhardt's photos of Rachel Alexandra with her 2012 Curlin colt at Stonestreet Farm. View Slideshow
Barbara Banke, owner of Stonestreet Farm, and Harold McCormick are seeking help in naming the first foal by 2009 Horse of the Year Rachael Alexandra.
Rachel Alexandra and her Curlin colt returned to Stonestreet Farm Jan. 30 after being treated at the Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital as a precautionary measure for pain management related to the birth.
Rachel Alexandra, the 2009 Horse of the Year, and her newborn colt have been taken to an equine facility for pain management related to the birth, according to a spokesman.
When Horses of the Year are bred to Horses of the Year, the results can be quite good in some cases and not so good in others. read blog
Rachel Alexandra, 2009 Horse of the Year, gave birth Jan. 22 to a 125-pound colt by two-time Horse of the Year Curlin, who stands at Lane's End Farm.
- By Steve Haskin
Steve discusses his visit with the queens of racing. read blog
- By Steve Haskin
Fillies are beating colts regularly all over the world. read blog
Stonestreet Farms takes the time to reach racing's fans through its 2009 Horse of the Year. read blog
Racing worked its magic from Longchamp to Belmont to Santa Anita. read blog
Rick Porter of Fox Hill Stables has made many bold statements in regards to his 4-year-old filly Havre de Grace. Time is now ticking to see whether she will prove him right by winning the Sept. 3 Woodward (gr. I).
If the last 10 winners of the Preakness Stakes were in the same race, how would they finish? Rank The Horses
Jackson's drive led him to unparalleled success.. but all was not cozy with the industry. Read Blog
Winemaker and prominent Thoroughbred owner Jess Jackson, whose Stonestreet Stable campaigned Rachel Alexandra and Curlin, died April 21 after a lengthy illness. He was 81.
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Zardana, who beat Rachel Alexandra in the New Orleans Ladies Stakes at Fair Grounds in March 2010, has been retired from racing because of an ankle issue.
Photographer Anne M. Eberhardt attended the recent Rachel Alexandra Fan Day at Stonestreet Farm and got some great photos and video. Read Blog
Lotta Kim produced a full sister to Rachel Alexandra on Feb. 27, 2011. Photographer Anne M. Eberhardt recently had the opportunity to go visit the new Medaglia d'Oro filly and was able to capture some great images. Read Blog
Trainer Steve Asmussen, Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra, and Peace Rules have been elected into the Fair Grounds Hall of Fame.
Stonestreet Stables announced that 2009 Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra is confirmed to be in foal to 2007 and 2008 Horse of the Year Curlin, with an expected foaling date is Feb. 1, 2012.
Zenyatta, the sensational 2010 Horse of the Year, was bred Feb. 23 to Darley stallion Bernardini, the second top racemare to be mated in the Bluegrass this week.
Two horses crowned as Horse of the Year were bred Feb. 21 when female superstar Rachel Alexandra was mated with the stallion Curlin. The mating took place at 9 a.m. (EST) at Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky.
Mahubah's Corner columnist Avalyn Hunter reflects on the broodmare records of Rachel Alexandra's historic peers -- the four other 3-year-old filly Horses of the Year.
Reflect on the races that made headlines during 2010. View Slideshow
The yin and yang of what did and didn't happen in 2010. Read Blog
On Oct. 15 at Keeneland, Zenyatta's trainer John Shirreffs talked about everything from Rachel Alexandra, to Horse of the Year, to his undefeated mare's 2010 campaign.
- By Steve Haskin
Steve looks back at Rachel Alexandra's Woodward triumph, as she leaves Saratoga for a new life. Read Blog
Lenny and Steve present a Lightning Round Recap of the weekend's stakes races and their Breeders' Cup implications. Watch Video
Life At Ten, who was beaten soundly by Persistently and the recently retired Rachel Alexandra last out, rebounded convincingly in the $350,000 Beldame Stakes (gr. I), romping to an easy victory Oct. 2 at Belmont Park.
We could be seeing the emergence of a superstar in Saturday's Goodwood Stakes.
Jason Shandler talks to Hal Wiggins about Rachel Alexandra's retirement. Read Blog
- By Steve Haskin
I guess it was too much to hope for to have Rachel Alexandra retire in a normal manner. Read Blog
Her 2010 season was disappointing to say the least... by Jason Shandler Read Blog
The event will part of the Louisiana track's three-race series for 3-year-old fillies that also includes the Fair Grounds Oaks (gr. II).
A look back at the career of Rachel Alexandra View Slideshow
Rachel Alexandra, the filly who shocked the racing world in 2009 by winning five grade I races during her 3-year-old campaign, including three against males, has been retired, majority owner Jess Jackson announced Sept. 28.
The reigning Horse of the Year worked a bullet four furlongs at Saratoga's Oklahoma Training track.
There are some popular names in the bloodlines of a number of the yearlings being sold at the most recent Keeneland September Yearling sale. I have been fortunate to photograph a number of them over the years. Read Blog
- By Ron Mitchell
Consultant Jerry Brown, who was awarded $25,000 for his role in the sale of Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra, has appealed that ruling, contending that he is owed more than $4.7 million.
It didn't take long for the 'Retire Rachel' cries to be heard. I can't really criticize those who believe Rachel's reputation has suffered, and feel each race compromises her legacy. Read Blog
- By Vic Zast
The fans' appetite for a confrontation between horse racing's stars wasn't served, but it has probably subsided. Read Blog
Persistently lived up to her name when she wore down reigning Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra in the $300,000 Personal Ensign Stakes (gr. I) at Saratoga Aug. 29.
- By Vic Zast
Fans of the sport's biggest and least noticed stars express 'That's Amore.' Read Blog
Rachel Alexandra will make her first foray into grade I company since defeating older males in the Woodward Stakes last September when she takes on four fillies and mares as the 2-5 favorite in the $300,000 Personal Ensign.
Grade I winner Malibu Prayer will give six pounds to five fillies and mares when she goes to post as the favorite in the $300,000 Molly Pitcher Stakes (gr. II) Aug. 29 at Monmouth Park.
Lenny and Steve discuss the return of dirt to Santa Anita, Blind Luck and Evening Jewel, upcoming races, and more. Watch Video
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