Keyword: Sir Gaylord

  • Lord Avie

    Eclipse Champion Lord Avie Dies at 34

    Lord Avie, the champion 2-year-old male of 1980, died Dec. 28 at Blue Ridge Farm near Upperville, Va. Thoroughbred racing's oldest living Eclipse Award winner at age 34, he passed away peacefully from natural causes.

  • U.S. Cavalry is the 14th stakes winner from the 178 named foals of Officer's first two crops of racing age.

    U.S. Cavalry Charging into Maturity

    MAHUBAH'S CORNER, by Avalyn Hunter <p>Ken and Sarah Ramsey's latest star, U.S. Cavalry, showed maturity and grit when capturing the Turfway Prevue Stakes on Jan. 5. The gelded son of Officer has yet prove whether he can handle longer distances, but his pedigree suggests the potential is there.

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    Deep 'Reserve' for Forest Camp

    The Pennsylvania Derby (gr. II) wasn't the most prestigious race run in the U.S. on the Labor Day weekend in terms of graded standing, but with a $1 million purse, it certainly was the richest. In a close finish, the race went to Timber Reserve, who emerged as another notable from "second season" 3-year-olds by equaling the stakes record. The Pennsylvania Derby was only the sixth career start for Timber Reserve, who had broken his maiden in his third start at 2, and then ran fourth in the Remsen Stakes (gr. II) on his only other juvenile outing.

  • Sir Gaylord at Hialeah.

    On This Day...

    Feb. 21, 1962<br><b>Sir Gaylord at Hialeah</b>