Keyword: Stonestreet Farm

  • Previously unbeaten Lady Aurelia, left, suffered her first defeat in the Sept. 24 Cheveley Park Stakes (Eng-I)  at Newmarket

    Ward: Scope Shows Lady Aurelia Bled

    Star Kentucky-bred filly Lady Aurelia is to return to the United States for some time off at co-owner Stonestreet Farm near Lexington after a scope following her first defeat in the Sept. 24 Cheveley Park Stakes (Eng-I) shows she bled.

  • Keeneland November Sale Day 3 Recap

    Ian Tapp recaps Day 3 of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale, including comments from John Moynihan of Stonestreet Farm, Case Clay of Three Chimneys Farm, and Matt Lyons of Woodford Thoroughbreds.

  • Curlin

    Curlin to Hill 'n' Dale in 2016

    Two-time Horse of the Year Curlin will relocate from Lane's End to John Sikura's Hill 'n' Dale Farm for the 2016 breeding season, majority owner Stonestreet Farm announced Sept. 2.

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    Carpe Diem Off to a Great Start

    From birth on through to the last months of his 2-year-old season, Carpe Diem has been turning heads and opening eyes as he looks to maintain his undefeated status in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile.

  • Stars of the Oaks: Rachel Alexandra

    The Blood-Horse and Glenye Cain Oakford visit with 2009 Kentucky Oaks winner Rachel Alexandra at Stonestreet Farm, including an update on her offspring.

  • Haskin: Rachel and Brent: A Love Story

    As the masses followed Rachel Alexandra's condition, a relationship was forming that would change the life of Brent Comer, medical technician at Rood & Riddle Veterinary Clinic.

  • Rachel Alexandra returned to Stonestreet Farm March 26.

    Rachel Alexandra Returns to Stonestreet

    Rachel Alexandra returned to Stonestreet Farm March 26, beginning the next stage of her remarkable recuperation following abdominal surgery performed mid-February at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital near Lexington.

  • Rachel Alexandra 2/28/2013

    Rachel Alexandra Doing 'Better Than Expected'

    Veterinarians at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital near Lexington remain pleased with the progress of 2009 Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra following her abdominal surgery resulting from foaling complications Feb. 13.

  • Rachel Alexandra grazing at Rood and Riddle.

    Rachel Alexandra Off IV Fluids, Nutrition

    Rachel Alexandra, the 2009 Horse of the Year, was able to be taken off IV fluids and nutrition Feb. 23 as she continues to recover from foaling complications at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital near Lexington.

  • Barbara Banke with Rachel Alexandra on February 15.

    Rachel Alexandra Shows Some Progress

    While showing signs of progress, Rachel Alexandra's condition remained serious at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital Feb. 15, following surgery to repair a section of her small colon injured in the foaling a filly.

  • A chestnut son of Smart Strike brought $900,000 late in the day of the fourth session of the Keeneland September yearling sale.

    Smart Strike Colt Brings $900,0000

    A chestnut son of Smart Strike lit up the sales ring late in the day of the fourth session of the Keeneland September yearling sale, bringing $900,000 from John Moynihan, agent, who bought the horse for Stonestreet Farm.

  • Rachel Alexandra

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    Rachel Alexandra Returns to Stonestreet

    Rachel Alexandra and her Curlin colt returned to Stonestreet Farm Jan. 30 after being treated at the Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital as a precautionary measure for pain management related to the birth.

  • Curlin (yellow silks) finishes second to Red Rocks in the July 12 Man o'War (gr. IT) at Belmont Park.

    Asmussen: Curlin's 'Options are Open'

    Reigning Horse of the Year Curlin came out of his second-place finish to Red Rocks in Belmont Park's Man o'War Stakes (gr. IT) July 12 in good order and was on his way to Saratoga the following morning.

  • KY Farms Implement Employee CPR Training

    On a late-spring morning at the Keeneland library near Lexington, the American Heart Association recognized representatives of Keeneland, Darley, and Stonestreet Farm for training their employees in CPR and placing automated external defibrilators on their properties.