Keyword: Red Oak Stable

  • Sweet Return to Nicks Farm in Indiana

    Sweet Return, a three-time grade I winner on the Southern California circuit, will stand the 2016 breeding season at Nicks Farm near Sellersburg, Ind., for a $2,000 live foal stands and nurses fee.

  • Amelia's Wild Ride (pink blinkers) gets his head in front of Ben's Cat at the finish.

    Amelia's Wild Ride Edges Ben's Cat

    Amelia's Wild Ride just edged Ben's Cat in the $150,000 Pennsylvania Governor's Cup Stakes May 30 at Penn National Race Course, turning tables from the Jim McKay Turf Sprint Stakes won by Ben's Cat.

  • John J. Brunetti Sr.

    Red Oak Farm Sends 10 Broodmares to Darby Dan

    John J. Brunetti Sr.'s Red Oak Farm is relocating 10 of its best broodmares to Darby Dan Farm in Kentucky, the Florida farm announced Dec. 10, and also plans changes to its racing operation.

  • Stand and Salute and Russell Baze take the Gold Rush Stakes.

    Baze, Hollendorfer Team for Gold Rush Win

    Northern California stalwarts Jerry Hollendorfer and Russell Baze teamed up once again in the Gold Rush Stakes for 2-year-olds at Golden Gate Fields Dec. 6, when Stand and Salute held off Kentucky invader Broughton Kitten.

  • Neversaidiwassweet

    Neversaidiwassweet Spices Up Miesque in Win

    Neversaidiwassweet got a perfect stalking trip from jockey Rafael Bejarano in her stakes debut, edging past Holiday for Kitten in deep stretch to win the $100,000 Miesque Stakes (gr. IIIT) at Hollywood Park Nov. 28.

  • McCauley Wins Monmouth's Opening Stakes

    Jockey Herb McCauley registered his first stakes victory at Monmouth Park in 10 years May 9 when he guided Red Oak Stable's Casino Transaction to a front-running upset victory in the $70,000 Red Cross Stakes on opening day of a 99-day Thoroughbred meeting in Oceanport, N.J.

  • Foreverness wins Fort Marcy, Saturday at Aqueduct.

    Foreverness Ends 9-Race Skid in Fort Marcy

    Red Oak Stable's Foreverness snapped a nine-race losing streak when he rallied off a ground-saving trip to win the $109,000 Fort Marcy Handicap (gr. IIIT) Saturday at Aqueduct in New York's first graded turf stakes race of 2006.

  • Sweet Return, right, out runs Red Fort for the win in the Charles Whittingham Memorial Handicap.

    Sweet Return Back On Top in Whittingham

    Saturday proved to be a good day for the past two winners of the Hollywood Derby (gr. IT). The 2004 winner Good Reward won the Manhattan Handicap (gr. IT) on the Belmont Park turf and 2003 hero Sweet Return returned to Hollywood Park's lawn to capture the $350,000 Charles Whittingham Memorial Handicap (gr. IT).

  • British-bred Sweet Return, left, beats Singletary to the finish line in the Frank E. Kilroe Mile at Santa Anita.

    Resilient Sweet Return Wins Kilroe Mile

    Red Oak Stable's resilient Sweet Return once again found a way to get the job done, winning Saturday's $350,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile (gr. IIT) at Santa Anita from the extreme outside 14 post position.

  • Sweet Return's Thievery Rewarded Again

    Seven weeks after stealing the Hollywood Derby (gr. IT), Red Oak Stable's Sweet Return employed similar front-running tactics in Monday's $150,000 San Marcos (gr. IIT) at Santa Anita with the same result: a gate-to-wire victory.

  • Sweet Return, en route to Hollywood Derby victory.

    Krone Milks Derby Pace for Sweet Return

    Jockey Julie Krone milked a slow pace with unexpected front-runner Sweet Return and the longshot colt had the stamina to hold off his fast-closing stablemate Fairly Ransom to claim Sunday's $600,000 Hollywood Derby (gr. IT) by a half-length.