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  • Runhappy with Maria Borell (right) following the Breeders' Cup Sprint.

    Borell Files Lawsuit Against McIngvales

    Maria Borell has filed a lawsuit against the owners of Runhappy, who she trained to victory in the Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I), seeking money from purses the colt earned under her care and also alleging defamation.

  • Maria Borell

    Borell-McIngvale Dispute Could Go to Court

    The ongoing dispute between trainer Maria Borell and owner James McIngvale took another turn when Borell's attorney indicated there may be future legal action taken regarding purse money earned by Runhappy.

  • Borell with Runhappy after Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I)

    Borell Says Runhappy Owner Owes Purse Money

    After Runhappy's owner and manager decided to remove Maria Borell as the colt's trainer the day after winning the Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I), Borell issued a statement through a lawyer requesting compensation.

  • Majestic River wins the Molly Pitcher Stakes.

    Majestic River Rolls to Molly Pitcher Win

    Majestic River proved her affinity for Monmouth Park July 27, rolling to a third consecutive victory over the New Jersey oval and picking up her first graded stakes score in the $203,000 Molly Pitcher Stakes (gr. II).

  • Jess Jackson

    Owner Jess Jackson Dies at Age 81

    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.

  • Fifth Third Files Suit Against Gulf Coast

    Fifth Third Bank has filed a lawsuit against Gulf Coast Farms, North America's fourth-leading breeder for 2010, and related entities alleging they are in default on loans made in 2009 and 2010.

  • Judge Rules in Favor of Buckram Oak

    A Circuit Court judge in Lexington has dismissed claims filed by Jess Jackson and his Stonestreet Farm against Buckram Oak Holdings in connection with Jackson's $17.5 million purchase of the horse farm in February 2005.

  • Jess Jackson is involved in a private bid to buy out the 20% minority interest held in reigning Horse of the Year Curlin.

    Jackson Makes Bid for Curlin Interest

    Jess Jackson is involved in a private bid to buy out the 20% minority interest he doesn't control in reigning Horse of the Year Curlin, but actions in a Kentucky court Nov. 13 on the surface probably won't help speed a decision on the champion colt's future.

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    Judge Denies Motion to Sell Curlin

    A Kentucky judge denied a motion July 10 requesting a forced sale of 2007 Horse of the Year Curlin, a decision that was applauded by majority owner Stonestreet Stables, which clearly stated it has no desire to sell its part of the champion horse.

  • The minority owners of Curlin (shown working at Churchill Downs in June) have asked a judge to order an outright sale of the 2007 Horse of the Year.

    Opinons Differ on Curlin Sale Motion

    A Kentucky judge is being asked to order the sale of 2007 Horse of the Year Curlin, but attorneys representing the ownerships interests of the champion colt question the merit of the request.

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    Curlin's Minority Interest Transferred

    Management of the minority interest in reigning Horse of the Year Curlin and other horses has been transferred to the control of a court-appointed receiver, a move which majority owner Stonestreet Stables says clears the way for the champion horse to race at any venue.

  • Martin Dismissed from Stonestreet Case

    California bloodstock agent Brad Martin has been dismissed from Stonestreet Farm's Kentucky state lawsuit alleging fraud in the horse owner's $17.5-million purchase of the former Buckram Oak Farm in Lexington.

  • Curlin rolls to victory in the Dubai World Cup.

    Curlin's Minority Interest May Be Sold

    A Kentucky state judge has indicated he is ready to order the sale of assets held by companies affiliated with embattled attorneys Shirley Cunningham Jr. and William Gallion, including their minority interest in 2007 Horse of the Year Curlin.

  • Curlin Foreclosure Motion Denied

    The current but clouded ownership of 2007 Horse of the Year Curlin remained unchanged following a hearing in a Kentucky state court Jan. 22, with a judge overruling a motion for foreclosure on the minority interest owned by jailed attorneys Shirley Cunningham Jr. and William Gallion.

  • Jess Jackson's 80% of Curlin is unaffected by a foreclosure motion being considered in a Kentucky state court.

    Jackson: Curlin Interest Protected

    An attorney representing Stonestreet Stables, the majority owner of leading Horse of the Year candidate Curlin, emphasized Jan. 8 that a foreclosure motion being considered in a Kentucky state court involves only the minority interest in the star colt.

  • Thoroughbred owner Jess Jackson, right, who has reportedly reached an out-of-court settlement with Bruce Headley.

    Headley Reaches Settlement in Jackson Lawsuits

    Defendant Bruce Headley has reached an out-of-court settlement with Jess Jackson in the billionaire horseman's high-profile lawsuits, and has apparently agreed to cooperate in the investigation against his former associates.

  • Owner Jess Jackson, who has filed suit against his former advisers.

    New Defendants, Fraud Charges Added to Jackson Suit Against Ex-Advisers

    Attorneys for Jess Jackson have named three additional defendants and new fraud charges involving the wine magnate's bloodstock acquisitions and purchase of the former Buckram Oak Farm in Kentucky in a motion for leave to file an amended complaint to the Superior Court of California in San Diego. The motion was filed March 9.