Keyword: Read the Footnotes

  • Escapefromreality runs away from Amberjack to win the Albany Stakes.
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    'Reality' Hits Amberjack in Big Apple Triple

    Escapefromreality denied Amberjack a sweep of the Big Apple Triple while earning his first stakes victory, leading all the way in the $150,000 Albany Stakes for New York-breds Aug. 21 at Saratoga Race Course.

  • Kelli Got Frosty wins a division of the New York Stallion Stakes. 
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    Juveniles Meeker Avenue, Kelli Got Frosty Win

    Odds-on choice Meeker Avenue nosed out Laila's Jazz at the wire and Kelli Got Frosty got up in the final strides as they won their respective divisions of the New York Stallion Stakes for 2-year-olds Nov. 11 at Aqueduct.

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    Rightly So in Lucky 13 for F&M Sprint

    Zayat Stables' Rightly So was installed the 3-1 morning line favorite after drawing post 13 for the $1 million Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Sprint (gr. I). Fourteen will go in the seven-furlong event with two also-eligibles.

  • Sequel Stallions to Relocate

    Sequel Stallions New York will transfer its stallions Freud, Hook and Ladder, and Read the Footnotes to Keane Stud near Amenia, N.Y.

  • Jiosa Jazz, Johannesburg Colt Work Fast

    A Read the Footnotes--Herat's Goldengirl colt named Jiosa Jazz and a Johannesburg--Kitty Carson colt tied for the fastest quarter-mile work May 14 during the second and final session of the under tack show for the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of 2-year-olds in training. Both juveniles covered the distance in :21 4/5 over the track at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, Md.

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    Read the Footnotes Gets First Winner

    Read the Footnotes notched his first winner June 26 when Sapphire Prince won June 26 at Great Leighs in England in his second start.

  • New York Mixed Sale Soars

    Topped by a weanling daughter of Kafwain sold for $60,000, Sunday's mixed fall sale conducted by the New York Breeders' Sales Company produced gains in gross, average, and number sold when compared with the same sale one year ago.

  • Grade II Winner Read the Footnotes' First Foal

    The first foal sired by grade II winner Read the Footnotes is a filly that arrived Jan. 14 at Lewis and Brenda Lakin and Becky Thomas' Lakland North near Hudson, N.Y.

  • Read the Footnotes to Lakland North in New York

    Grade II winner Read the Footnotes, who began his stallion career in 2005 at Becky Thomas' Sequel Stallions near Orange Lake, Fla., will stand the 2006 season at Lakland North near Hudson, N.Y.

  • Dearest Mon Preps for Fountain of Youth

    Dearest Mon, the highly regarded sophomore owned by Beverly Green and trained by Rick Violette Jr., worked four furlongs handily at Palm Meadows Feb. 28 in :48.60 in preparation for Saturday's $300,000 Fountain of Youth Stakes, one of five grade II events on tap for the Spectacular Saturday III program at Gulfstream Park.

  • Remsen Stakes winner as a 2-year old, Read the Footnotes retires at 3.

    Read the Footnotes to Sequel Stallions in Florida.

    Read the Footnotes, a three-time graded stakes winner who holds one of the highest Beyer Speed Figures of the year, has been retired from racing because of a knee problem and will enter stud at Sequel Stallions near Ocala, Fla.

  • Midlantic 2-Year-Old Sale Has Largest Catalogue

    The 2-year-old in training sales market that has been rolling like a steam roller through 2004 will hit the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale grounds at Timonium when the two-day sale gets underway on May 17 and concludes May 18. Both sessions begin at 10 a.m.

  • Read the Footnotes, worked at Churchill Downs Monday for the first time.

    Steve Haskin's Derby Report: Here and Gone in a Heartbeat

    They came one right after the other; first Lion Heart, then The Cliff's Edge, then Rock Hard Ten, then Read the Footnotes. Three of the faces were familiar, but the chestnut wearing the figure-8 and martingale was a stranger in town. Just when everyone had gotten used to seeing Lion Heart, poof, he was gone.

  • Workout Tab Busy as Derby Week Kicks Off

    The week leading up to Saturday's Kentucky Derby (gr. I) got off to good start Monday, with four definite starters and one horse that is still knocking on the door breezing over a fast track at Churchill Downs.

  • Trainer Todd Pletcher worked his Derby pair Sunday morning.

    Pletcher Pair Drill Before the Downpour; Footnotes Handles Footing

    Trainer Todd Pletcher worked his pair of Kentucky Derby (gr. I) hopefuls on Sunday morning before an early morning deluge at Churchill Downs. Dogwood Stable's Limehouse was officially clocked in 1:01 for five furlongs, while David Moore's Edgewood Farm's Pollard's Vision was timed going the same distance in 1:00 4/5. Also on the track early was Read the Footnotes.

  • Florida's Just Fine With Read the Footnotes

    Fountain of Youth (gr. II) winner Read the Footnotes breezed a mile Thursday morning for trainer Richard Violette at the Palm Meadows Training Center, where he continues his preparations for the May 1 Kentucky Derby (gr. I).

  • Hasslefree Added to Arkansas Derby Field; Mr. Jester in Sharp Work

    Trainer D. Wayne Lukas hasn't given up on his chances of making this year's Kentucky Derby (gr. I), as he sends out Robert and Beverly Lewis' Hasslefree in next Saturday's $1 million Arkansas Derby (gr. II). Lukas also plans on running the Lewises' Race for Glory in the Coolmore Lexington Stakes (gr. II).

  • Was the Florida Derby victory by Friend's Lake as bad as the speed handicappers would have you believe?

    Kentucky Derby Trail: The 'Future' is Now

    With the Pool 3 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) Future Wager bets locked in before the big April 10 preps, this is when you can actually get good value for your money. Just find a Funny Cide-type of horse and get past one more hurdle next weekend..

  • Haskin: Smarty Jones {with owner Patricia Chapman after Rebel win} is having a tough time making believers out of people, despite being undefeated in five starts.

    Kentucky Derby Trail: Will the Real Derby Favorite Please Stand Up

    It seems as if each Monday brings with it a new set of excuses for beaten favorites in Kentucky Derby (gr. I) preps. Some will prove to be legitimate and some won't. But the bottom line is no one has a clue who is going to win this year's Derby, which is as muddled as any in memory at such a late date.

  • Friends Lake, left, leads Value Plus, second from right, to victory in the Florida Derby.

    Friends Lake Makes Splash in Florida Derby

    A New York bred won the $1 million Florida Derby (gr. I) at Gulfstream Park Saturday for the first time, but it wasn't Read the Footnotes. As the even-money favorite faded out of the money, 37-1 Friends Lake stormed from well off the pace to defeat a game Value Plus.

  • 'Field' Opens as Favorite in Second Derby Future Wager

    Fountain of Youth (gr. I) winner Read The Footnotes and Lane's End Breeders' Futurity (gr. II) winner Eurosilver are favored among the individual horses, but the wagering interest that includes "all other 3-year-olds" has been installed as the 3-1 morning line favorite for Pool Two of Churchill Downs' 2004 Kentucky Derby Future Wager.

  • Medaglia d' Oro, Read the Footnotes Top First NTRA Polls

    Donn Handicap (gr. I) winner Medaglia d' Oro received all but two first-place votes to top the first weekly National Thoroughbred Racing Association national poll of 2004. Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I) winner Read the Footnotes is ranked as the top 3-year-old.

  • Read the Footnotes' Fountain of Youth was a tribute to the colt's tenacity and courage and his trainer's ability to get him fit off a layoff.

    Kentucky Derby Trail: Big Weekend Helps Clear Picture

    Even with the injury to Second of June, it's refreshing to finally have a weekend that held true to form and helped put several pieces of the puzzle together rather than creating more confusion, as has often been the case in recent years.

  • Second of June, inside, comes out of Fountain of Youth with Triple Crown campaign-ending injury.

    Second of June Suffers Fractured Cannon Bone; To Undergo Surgery

    Second of June, a game runner-up in Saturday's Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. II) suffered a condylar fracture of the cannon bone, and was scheduled to undergo Sunday afternoon surgery at Dr. Stephen Selway's clinic near Gulfstream Park.

  • Mutuel Field Set at 9-5 in KDFW's Pool 1

    Kentucky Derby fans backed such promising young stars as Eurosilver, Lion Heart, Action This Day and Read the Footnotes, but the heavy favorite at the end of four days of wagering in Pool 1 of Churchill Downs' 2004 Kentucky Derby Future Wager was the "mutuel field."

  • Jerry Bailey's ride in Saturday's Fountain of Youth captured for 60 Minutes II.

    Bailey Focus of 60 Minutes II Feature

    Three-time leading Gulfstream Park jockey Jerry Bailey took the starring role before 60 Minutes II cameras in the Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I) Saturday.

  • Future Wager Odds Drop on FOY Rivals

    Future wager odds on both Fountain of Youth (gr. II) winner Read the Footnotes and runner-up Second of June for the May 1 Kentucky Derby dropped significantly following the Gulfstream Park prep race Saturday.

  • Nashua Stakes winner Read the Footnotes, going in Fountain of Youth.

    Read the Footnotes Faces Calder Corps in Fountain of Youth

    Read the Footnotes, winner of the Nashua (gr. III) and Remsen Stakes (gr. II), makes his 3-year-old debut in Saturday's $250,000 Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. II), where he takes on Calder-based stakes horses Second of June, Silver Wagon, Sir Oscar, and Broadway View.

  • Read the Footnotes Ready for Return in Fountain

    Remsen Stakes winner Read the Footnotes will launch his 2004 3-year-old campaign in Saturday's $250,000 Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. II) at Gulfstream Park, fresh off 10 weeks rest and fast workouts for trainer Richard Violette.

  • Read the Footnotes, winning the Nashua Stakes last year.

    Read the Footnotes, Funny Cide Top Palm Meadows Work Tab

    The stars were out at Palm Meadows training center Tuesday morning following several days of bad weather, which forced the cancellation the Monday's Gulfstream card and most of Sunday's. Heading the 3-year-old workers was Read the Footnotes, who will make his debut in the Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. I).

  • Second of June, winning the Holy Bull Stakes.

    Kentucky Derby Trail: Second of June More Than Just a Name

    What Second of June accomplished in the Holy Bull Stakes (gr. III) was nothing short of sensational, and you don't have to go farther than his name to realize why. The son of Louis Quatorze was born on the second of June, which basically makes him a baby compared to his contemporaries.

  • A horse on the track at Palm Meadows training center, where some top 3-year-olds are based this winter.

    Derby Hopefuls Flock to Palm Meadows

    The electricity that once rippled throughout Gulfstream Park each winter has moved north to Palm Meadows training center in Boynton Beach, where many of the country's top 3-year-olds prepare in style for their arduous journey to Churchill Downs.

  • Violette Enthused Over 'Footnotes Progress

    Remsen (gr. II) and Nashua Stakes (gr. III) winner Read the Footnotes, progressing toward the $250,000 Fountain of Youth Stakes (gr. II) Feb. 14, continues to post quick workouts for trainer Richard Violette.