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  • Brethren in the Winner's Circle after the Sam F. Davis.

    Brethren Reaffirming a Powerful Cross

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES. Sam F. Davis Stakes winner Brethren is showing the power of the Distorted Humor/A.P. Indy cross, which has now produced five stakes winners from 27 starters (18.5%).

  • West Virginia Derby winner Concord Point

    Concord Point Rides the Waves

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER, by Avalyn Hunter<br />West Virginia Derby winner Concord Point is the first graded winner with siblings Relaunch and Moon Glitter in his pedigree--a pattern to watch for in future pedigrees.

  • She Be Wild

    She Be Wild is A Good Return

    INSIDE PEDIGREES, by Les Brinsfield<BR/>She Be Wild is evidence of the old formula, 'Return to the sire the best blood of his dam.'

  • Flanders

    Champion Flanders Euthanized

    Flanders, whose hard fought victory in the 1994 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I) was chosen by readers of The Blood-Horse as the race of the year, was euthanized in mid-February.

  • And They're Off: Feb. 24 Edition

    Lenny and Steve discuss the Kentucky Derby Trail, the Apple Blossom, the state of racing in New York and Kentucky, and the return of Seattle Slew's silks to the Winner's Circle in New York.

  • Chief Seattle to WinRich in Indiana

    Chief Seattle, New York's leading sire in 2007, has been purchased by Tommy Wente's WinRich Farm for stallion duty at the North Vernon, Ind., farm.

  • Dry Martini won the 2008 Stuyvesant.&lt;br&gt;&lt;a target=&quot;blank&quot; href=&quot;http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D6743244%26ref%3Dstory&quot;&gt;Order This Photo&lt;/a&gt;

    Aqueduct Cancels Stuyvesant Handicap

    The Stuyvesant Handicap (gr. III), which began in 1916 and has been run consecutively since 1963, has been canceled due to a lack of interest, stakes coordinator Andrew Byrnes said Nov. 12.

  • Friesan Fire figured it out with a nice win in the LeComte.

    Friesan Fire: The Big Thaw

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER, by Avalyn Hunter <P>In the case of Friesan Fire, understanding was a little slow in coming, but Larry Jones' patience seems to be paying off. On pedigree, Jones had every reason to be confident that Friesan Fire would eventually come around.

  • Council Member to Special T in CA

    Stakes winner Council Member, a member of the second-last crop of foals by Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew, will enter stud in 2009 at Rick and Kathy Taylor's Special T Thoroughbreds near Temecula, Calif.

  • Council Member, by Seattle Slew, Retired

    Council Member, a member of the second-last crop of foals by Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew, has been retired from racing for stallion duty.

  • Tomahawk Sires First Winner

    Irish champion Tomahawk sired his first winner when Royal Minikin won May 31 at Woodbine in her initial start.

  • Appalachian winner Alwajeeha (inside) takes on 6 in the Sands Point Stakes.

    Alwejeeha Too Good to Miss Sands Point

    It's never especially exciting when all other entries in a race carry 117 pounds and your filly is given 121, but trainer Kiaran McLaughlin considers extra weight a fair assignment considering the last performance of his Alwejeeha, and he expects good things from the Shadwell homebred in the $150,000 Sands Point Stakes (gr. III) at Belmont May 31.

  • Ever a Friend

    Ever a Friend Improving with Age

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter <P>Only three months ago, 5-year-old Ever a Friend was claimed for $62,500 at Hollywood Park. Now Mike Mitchell's gelding by Crafty Friend looks like a bargain considering Ever a Friend just won the $300,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile Handicap (gr. I). It was Ever a Friend's second stakes win since Dec. 31.

  • Charlie Camac

    A Racetrack Original

    BloodHorseNOW.com staff writer Claire Novak chronicles the racetrack career of 72-year-old Charlie Camac, who found his greatest success in the starters' stand by showing empathy and concern for the fields of Thoroughbreds he controlled.

  • Country Star

    Country Star Delivers on a Promise

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter <P>If Empire Maker's career as a runner left his connections to speculate on what might have been trainer Bobby Frankel described him as the best he had trained, many lengths better than he was able to show his career as a stallion is rapidly beginning to shape as if to fulfill that unrealized potential through his offspring. One of his standouts is Country Star, who broker her maiden in the Darley Alcibiades Stakes (gr. I) on Oct. 5. Three weeks later, Country Star staked a claim to the juvenile filly championship with a track record-breaking win in the Hollywood Starlet Stakes (gr. I).

  • Colonel John

    Tiz 2008 the Year for Colonel John?

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES by Alan Porter Following the Breeders' Cup World Championships each year, a major focus for race fans is the game of "spot the classic candidate," with bragging rights for the earliest identification of a future star. Colonel John was added to several lists when the youngster scored an impressive victory in a seven-furlong maiden at the Oak Tree-at-Santa Anita meet, and in all probability he has now moved several places up those lists following a decisive win in the Real Quiet Stakes at Hollywood Park, an effort which may have earned him a tilt at the Hollywood Futurity (gr. I).

  • Kip Deville, 1 of 6 2007 Breeders&#39; Cup winners who trace back to Mr. Prospector.&lt;br&gt;&lt;a target=&quot;blank&quot; href=&quot;http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D2626514%26ref%3Dstory&quot;&gt;Order This Photo&lt;/a&gt;

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES: Breeders' Cup Round-Up

    At the end of a rain-soaked Breeders' Cup meeting, the Mr. Prospector line drowned all other sire lines, having be represented by six of the 11 winners. The Northern Dancer line scored twice, while three other lines tallied one apiece: Caro (IRE), Blushing Groom (FR), and Seattle Slew. Three of the winners were inbred within four generations to Northern Dancer (two of them) and Raise a Native, and four winners were inbred within five generations to Raise a Native.

  • Action Remains Brisk at Keeneland Friday

    Business continued at a brisk pace during Friday's bidding at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, far surpassing last year's totals for the corresponding session.

  • Giacomo, defied his 50-1 odds to win the 2005 Kentucky Derby.

    Odds-On Favorites Are Good Bet in Derby

    Giacomo's shocking win at 50-1 odds in the 2005 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) served as a reminder that any horse can win on Derby day. Combined with the fact that only two favored horses (Fusaichi Pegasus and Smarty Jones) have won the Derby in the past 25 years, bettors may think betting on favorites in the race is futile. However, a quick look at history shows that some favorites are almost a sure bet.

  • Affirmed Exhibition to Open Next Spring

    Next spring, the International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park will unveil a new, permanent exhibition featuring Triple Crown winner, Affirmed. The exhibition is supported by a loan of Affirmed's racing trophies and memorabilia from his owners, Louis and Patrice Wolfson.

  • Slew's Final Offspring Wins

    Maggie Slew, the final offspring of 1977 Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew, registered a 6 1/4-length maiden victory in Thursday's first race at Monmouth Park.

  • Maggie Slew finished second in her career debut.

    Slew's Final Offspring Second In Debut

    Maggie Slew, the final offspring of 1977 Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew, finished second in her career debut in the third race at Churchill Downs on Sunday.