Keyword: Regal Classic

  • Lookin at Her, who took the Great White Way Stakes, was one of two winners for his sire Hook and Ladder in the New York Stallion Stakes series.

    New York-breds Shine in Stallion Stakes

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter <P> The sires Performing Magic, Hook and Ladder, Freud, American Chance and Regal Classic were represented by winners in the New York Stallion Stakes series.

  • Thinking Out Loud Captures Coronation Futurity

    Thinking Out Loud, under Todd Kabel, held off a determined Pyramid Park in Thursday's $251,970 Coronation Futurity at Woodbine, a key event on the road to the 2006 Queen's Plate.

  • Wilson Guides Classic Stamp to Bell Canadian Win

    Woodbine's leading rider, Emma-Jayne Wilson, celebrated the first stakes victory of her career, guiding 7-1 shot Classic Stamp to a successful title defense in the 1 1/8-mile $316,536 Bell Canadian Stakes (Can-II) for fillies and mares.

  • Grand Win for Grand Armee

    Grand Armee collected his sixth Australian group I at Rosehill March 5 and Hennessy's fast-moving headliner has not won any of his 12 races (from 28 starts) easier.

  • Classic Stamp Leads Canadian Sweep

    Patrick Husbands and Classic Stamp saved their best for the homestretch, fittingly heading a top-three Canadian sweep in Sunday's $327,500 Canadian Stakes (Can-II) at Woodbine.

  • Inish Glora One to Beat in Dance Smartly

    It took some time for Inish Glora, who is set to contest the $162,450 Dance Smartly (Can-III) Saturday at Woodbine, to reach her peak form, but the champion daughter of Regal Classic has certainly done so over the past two years.

  • Overlooked Inish Glora Grabs Canadian

    Inish Glora indulged in a little grandstand gazing in the final strides of the $309,000 Canadian Stakes (Can-II), but all eyes were on the bay when she crossed the wire first in the (about) 1 1/8-mile turf event at the Toronto oval on Sunday.

  • Stubborn Regal Sanction Wins Sloppy Pegasus

    Regal Sanction took command in mid-stretch and dug in to hold off the late-closing No Parole by a head in the $350,000 Pegasus Handicap (gr. II) for 3-year-olds at the Meadowlands on Friday night.