Keyword: Timboroa

  • Frankel Duo Highlight Del Mar Handicap Sunday

    A full gate of 10 horses, including trainer Bobby Frankel's Blue Stellar and Dance Dreamer, appears certain for Sunday's running of the $250,000 Del Mar Handicap (gr. IIT) at 1 3/8 miles over the Jimmy Durante Turf Course.

  • Timboroa, shown winning the Turf Classic, is one of four American horses seeking victory in the Japan Cup.

    U.S. Tries to End 10-Year Drought in Japan Cup; ESPN News Showing Race

    There are many questions going into Sunday's 21st running of the Japan Cup (Jpn-I), whose nearly $4-million purse makes it one of the world's richest races. But first and foremost on the minds of many American racing fans is whether or not the four-horse U.S. contingent can break a 10-year victory drought in the 2,400 meter turf race.

  • Lido Palace, winning the Whitney, is among the American horses contesting the Japan Cup.

    Seven Americans to Contest Japan Cup Races

    The United States will have a strong contingent of seven horses at this year's Japan Cup (Jpn-I) and Japan Cup Dirt (Jpn-I) invitational races at Tokyo racecourse next Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 24-25, including horses trained by Hall of Fame conditioners Jonathan Sheppard, Neil Drysdale, Richard Mandella, and Robert Frankel.

  • Lido Palace, winning the Whitney at Saratoga.

    Lido Palace, Timboroa Heading for Japan

    Lido Palace, winner of the grade I Whitney and Woodward, will make his next start in the $2.3 million Japan Cup Dirt on Nov. 24, trainer Bobby Frankel confirmed Thursday morning. Frankel also will send Turf Classic winner Timboroa for the Japan Cup, to be run on the turf the following day.

  • Breeders' Cup Veterans Invited to Japan Cup

    The top three finishers from the Breeders' Cup Turf and Classic winner Tiznow head a list of horses invited to the Japan Cup and Japan Cup Dirt that will be run at Tokyo Racecourse the weekend of Nov. 24-25.

  • No Rest on Sunday for Breeders' Cup Workers

    It was a busy morning for Breeders' Cup participants, with a steady stream of workers Sunday. The most amazing move was turned in by <b>Squirtle Squirt</b>, although it certainly was not what trainer Bobby Frankel was expecting.

  • Timboroa rolls to victory in the Turf Classic at Belmont Park.

    Belmont Park Race Report: Say No More

    Everyone knew what was coming. Frankel the Fox was honed in on another kill, and no one could stop it. When the weekend had ended, Frankel won the Turf Classic with Timboroa, had a third in the Flower Bowl with the fast-closing Starine, and another grade I victory the following day with Senure in the Clement Hirsch, giving him 11 for the year. The only horse who ran poorly was The Seven Seas, and that was because she entrapped her epiglottis in the Yellow Ribbon.

  • Frankel Tries With Another Trio at Del Mar

    Last weekend Bobby Frankel won three graded stakes races with three horses. This weekend he'll have three horses in one graded stakes race, the Del Mar Handicap (gr. IIT). Frankel is to saddle Northern Quest, Super Quercus, and Timboroa in Del Mar's feature Saturday.

  • Irish Prize Wins Close Call in Fastness

    Irish Prize came from off the pace to beat Timboroa by a neck and win the $110,400 Fastness Handicap (gr. IIIT) at Hollywood Park on Sunday. Ridden by Gary Stevens, Irish Prize covered 1 1/8 miles on the turf in 1:50.01 on the firm turf course and paid $5.60, $3.20, and $2.60 as the 9-5 favorite.

  • Japan&#39;s T.M. Opera O, with jockey Ryuji Wada up, center, after the 4-year-old colt won the Japan Cup at Tokyo Racecourse on Sunday. Meisho Doto, right, placed second with Fantastic Light (10), ridden by Frankie Dettori, third.

    Local Favorite Becomes Richest Horse With Japan Cup Win

    Japanese superhorse T.M. Opera O gave his many fans some anxious moments, but the 1-2 favorite ultimately prevailed in Sunday's $4.4 million Japan Cup (Jpn-I), winning by a neck over another Japanese runner, Meisho Doto, who just lasted for second over Godolphin's hard-charging Fantastic Light.

  • Americans Stretch Legs for Japan Cup Dirt and Turf Races

    American runners John's Call, Timboroa, Euchre, and Lord Sterling had their first serious exercise at Tokyo race course on Thursday in preparation for the Japan Racing Association's two major group I international races: the inaugural $2.4 million Japan Cup Dirt at 1 5/16 miles on Saturday and the $4.4 million Japan Cup run at a mile and a half over the turf on Sunday.