Keyword: Sunday Silence

  • Sekiguchi Issues Call For Trainer to Condition Colt

    Owner Fusao Sekiguchi will provide trainers from around the world an opportunity to train his $2.79-million Sunday Silence colt from the last crop of the reigning champion sire in Japan. All they have to do is show their eagerness.

  • Sunday Silence Colts One-Two in Guineas

    Sunday Silence progeny continued their sweep of this year's group I races as Japan's equivalent of the 2,000 Guineas, the Satsukisho (Jpn., I), went to race favorite Neo Universe (Sunday Silence -- Pointed Path, by Kris) by a head over second pick Sakura President (Sunday Silence -- Sedan Forever, by Maruzensky).

  • Ky. Oaks Next for Godolphin's Danuta?

    Godolphin's Danuta romped to an easy five-length victory in Thursday's UAE Oaks at Nad al Sheba racecourse in Dubai, but a representative of the Dubai-based racing giant is not ready to commit the budding star to a trip to Churchill Downs for the May 2 Kentucky Oaks (gr. I).

  • No Success for California Sprinters in Japan

    Trainer Darrell Vienna's California-bred sprinters Disturbingthepeace and Echo Eddie finished 13th and 17th, respectively, in Sunday's $1.435-million Takamatsunomiya Kinen on the turf at Chukyo racecourse in Japan.

  • Sunday Silence Colt Tops Australia's Magic Millions Sale

    Tom Simon's Vinery harvested the top-priced Sunday Silence at the Magic Millions Yearling sale on Australia's Gold Coast. The Vinery principle was present as the son of the deceased champion and unraced Miner's Mark daughter topped the auction at $900,000 (Australian funds).

  • Sunday Silence Tops Again

    Sunday Silence once again topped both the general and 2-year-old sires lists in Japan

  • Koichiro and Yuki Hayata, breeding group in bankruptcy.

    Japan's Hayata Group Bankrupt

    Yuki and Koichiro Hayata's Hayata Group has petitioned for bankruptcy in Japan. The Hayatas operate Hayata Farm and CB Farm, where they stand Brian's Time, one of the top sires in Japan since 1996.

  • Sunday Silence Filly Wins Sprinters Stakes

    The Sunday Silence-sired filly Believe extended her winning streak to four and notched her first grade I win with a victory in the Sprinters Stakes at Niigata Racecourse Sept. 29.

  • Deafening Silence

    <i>By Barbara Bayer </i> -- For Japanese racing fans, the death of Sunday Silence has left a huge hole.

  • Ray Paulick&lt;br&gt;Editor-in-Chief

    Sunday Silenced

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> -- Sunday Silence, who died in Japan Monday at age 16, saved Arthur Hancock's Stone Farm from bankruptcy in the late 1980s.

  • Ray Paulick&lt;br&gt;Editor-in-Chief

    Sunday Silenced

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> -- Sunday Silence, who died in Japan Monday at age 16, saved Arthur Hancock's Stone Farm from bankruptcy in the late 1980s.

  • Kentucky Derby winner and leading Japanese stallion Sunday Silence.

    Report From Japan: On-the-Scene Account of Sunday Silence's Battle

    HAYAKITA, HOKKAIDO, JAPAN (August 13) -- It's the ninth anniversary of the death of Zenya Yoshida, the founder of Shadai Farm. Rain has fallen for most of the day, growing stronger toward evening and the mood is grim at Shadai Stallion Station. In a barn set back from the others, a barn that was especially built to accommodate the aging Northern Taste, Sunday Silence battles what appear to be his longest odds yet.

  • Japan&#39;s leading sire Sunday Silence.

    Sunday Silence Undergoes Another Operation

    Japanese stallion Sunday Silence, who temporarily was relieved of stallion duty in May because of an infection in his right front leg, underwent an operation July 18 to remove pus in the leg

  • Sunday Silence colt, sold for nearly $2.8 million at Japanese sale.

    Sunday Silence Colt Brings Nearly $2.8 Million In Japan

    A full brother to Japanese champions Dance Partner and Dance in the Dark brought the top price of 335 million yen (approximately $2,791,667) as the Japan Racing Horse Association select foal sale ended its two-day run on Tuesday.

  • Sunday Silence

    Sunday Silence Doing Well After Surgery

    Japanese stallion Sunday Silence, who temporarily was relieved of stallion duty in May because of phlegmone (an infection caused by bacteria) in his right front leg, underwent surgery June 23 at Katsumi Yoshida's Northern Farm, and will not resume breeding this year, according to a Japanese source.

  • Sunday Silence Withdrawn from Stud Duty

    Japanese stallion Sunday Silence is suffering from phlegmone (an infection caused by bacteria) in his right front leg and is undergoing treatment, according to a Japanese source.

  • Sunday Silence Still Tops

    Japanese stallion Sunday Silence continues to maintain a sizable lead on the nation's sire list

  • Blood-Horse Editor Donates Book Fee to Charity

    Ray Paulick, editor-in-chief of The Blood-Horse magazine and author of the recently released book <i>Sunday Silence</i>, has donated his entire compensation for writing the book to the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation and to Central Kentucky Riding for the Handicapped.

  • Sunday Silence Tops in 2002

    Japanese stallion Sunday Silence, whose sire title in 2001 was his seventh straight, heads this year's list, with $4.6 million in progeny earnings through most of January.

  • Sunday Silence Sons Taking Up Chase

    Sunday Silence, who ranks atop both the 2001 general and 2-year-olds list in Japan, is being followed by sons Dance in the Dark and Fuji Kiseki on the juvenile list.

  • Sunday Silence Still Tops

    Sunday Silence, who topped the Japanese leading sire list by progeny earnings from 1995 to 2000, is steam rolling toward another title.

  • Sheikh Mohammed, bullish on Sunday Silence.

    Sheikh Mohammed Makes More Headlines With Sunday Silence

    Sheikh Mohammed's homebred Silent Honor captured Tuesday's Cherry Hinton Stakes (Eng-II) by a short head over Lady High Havens. The win came a day after John Ferguson purchased five sons and daughters of Sunday Silence on behalf of Sheikh Mohammed at the Japan Racing Horse Association's select foal sale.

  • Sunday Silence Maintains Sire Lead in Japan

    Sunday Silence, who has dominated the Japanese sire lists since his arrival on that island nation from North America in the early 1990s, holds a sizable lead on the 2001 leading sires list by progeny earnings over runner-up Tony Bin.

  • Low Aussie Dollar Boosts Sale Indicators<br>

    A "hot" catalogue and a wintry Australian exchange rate ($1 Australian equals U.S. $.51) assisted indicator increases on the first day of trading at the Australian Easter Yearling Sale, conducted at Sydney's Newmarket sale ring April 17.