Keyword: Talk is Money

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    High Finance Rolls Over Commentator in Tom Fool

    High Finance left the grade I winner Commentator behind in the final furlong to win the $197,500 Tom Fool Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. II) at Belmont Park Wednesday and register his first stakes victory for trainer Richard Violette Jr.

  • Talk Is Money to Highcliff in New York

    Stakes winner Talk Is Money, a successful second-crop sire, will stand at Carl Lizza and Joe Bartone's Highcliff Farm near Delanson, N.Y.

  • Talk Is Money's First Winner

    Stakes winner Talk Is Money was represented by his first winner when his son Ermengarde won May 29 at Lone Star Park.

  • Talk Is Money's Fee Rises to $10,000

    Talk Is Money, whose first-crop yearling at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky summer sale commanded $120,000, will undergo a rise in fee from $5,000 to $10,000,

  • Snow Chief's Dam, Miss Snowflake, Dead

    Miss Snowflake, dam of champion and classic winner Snow Chief, died April 2 in her paddock after foaling a Talk Is Money colt the previous night at Jim FitzGerald's Knockgriffin Farm near Lexington.

  • Talk Is Money to Millennium in Kentucky

    Stakes winner Talk Is Money, a $1.8 million yearling purchase, has been retired from racing and will stand at Millennium Farms Kentucky near Lexington.

  • Dr. Alex Harthill (left) and trainer John Scanlon discuss Talk Is Money's soundness.

    Talk Is Money Works; Vet Exam Labeled Routine

    Although there were reports that he had developed lameness, Daniel Borislow's Talk Is Money was declared fine by his owner and trainer and entered Wednesday for Saturday's Kentucky Derby. Trainer John Scanlan said the colt was fine and that his examination by Dr. Alex Harthill was routine.

  • Latest Derby News: Saint Damien Out, Talk Is Money In

    Trainer Ken McPeek withdrew Illinois Derby (gr. II) runner-up Saint Damien from consideration for the Kentucky Derby after the son of Saint Ballado bled severely during a workout Monday. McPeek still has Gift of the Eagle, who also worked Monday, under consideration for the May 5 classic.

  • Marciano Upsets Burning Roma in Tesio

    Win More Stable's Marciano rallied in the stretch at Pimlico Saturday to catch pacesetter Talk Is Money en route to a 1 1/4-length victory in the $145,500 Federico Tesio Stakes. Buring Roma came home another 1 3/4 lengths back in third. Polar Ray was last in the four-horse field.

  • Hialeah Race Report: As Track Ponders Future, Thunder Blitz Wins Flamingo

    Though it is always there, shrouding the grounds like the thick Miami springtime humidity, history is never more omnipresent at Hialeah Park than on the day of the Flamingo Stakes (gr. III). The track proudly displayed the epic runs of heroes of old such as Nashua, Northern Dancer, and Spectacular Bid--the last Flamingo winner, in 1979, to win the Kentucky Derby (gr. I)--and trotted out Citation's trainer Jimmy Jones to adoring fans. However, the focus on the 2001 edition, held April 7, was on Hialeah's future.

  • Songandaprayer, winning the Fountain of Youth, will be among the favorites for Saturday's Florida Derby.

    Wide-Open Florida Derby Draws Field of 13

    For a million-dollar purse, and with no clear-cut favorite, it's no surprise that 13 horses passed the entry box for Saturday's grade I Florida Derby. The likely choices will be Songandaprayer, Monarchos, and Outofthebox. The only real surprises in the field are California invader Trailthefox, last year's Arlington-Washington Futurity winner who was supposed to stay in sprint races, and the Nick Zito-trained It's So Simple, an impressive allowance winner at the meet whom Zito called "the best kept secret on the backstretch."

  • Global Gait, the 4-1 second choice in the morning line odds for Saturday's Fountain of Youth at Gulfstream Park.

    Top 3-year-olds to Clash in Wide-Open Fountain of Youth

    One of the most intriguing Fountain of Youth Stakes in memory is set for this Saturday, as 11 top-class horses from all over the country converge on Gulfstream Park for the first major 3-year-old prep of the season. Favoritism will be up for grabs in this competitive 1 1/16-mile event, as a case can be made for several of the participants.

  • Steve Haskin

    Steve Haskin's Derby Report: Expect a Big Blue Invasion

    The cry of "Go, Big Blue" resounded throughout the New York area on Super Bowl Sunday. Although it was silenced following the New York Giants' defeat to the Baltimore Ravens, don't be surprised if it is resurrected by Gang Godolphin around the first Saturday in May. That's when Sheikh Mohammed al Maktoum and his faithful followers will invade Churchill Downs bearing gifts and exuding confidence. Boxloads of Godolphin jackets, shirts, and caps will turn Churchill Downs into a sea of blue. Over the past two years, three members of Maktoum's Marauders made it to the starting gate on Derby Day, their coats shining like burnished copper. But there really wasn't a Derby horse beneath those glistening exteriors.

  • Talk Is Money Gets Two-Turn Win In Miracle Wood

    Daniel M. Borislow's Talk Is Money was tested all the way to the finish line by Marciano but prevailed in an all-out drive to win the $50,000 Miracle Wood Stakes, Saturday's co-feature at Laurel Park. In successfully negotiatiing two turns for the first time, the $1.8 million yearling purchase remained undefeated in two career starts.