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  • Sham winner Out of Bounds earned the first stakes win for his sire Discreet Cat.

    Discreet Cat's Offspring Flashing Speed

    PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter<br />Although Discreet Cat finished 15th in the leading freshman sire race of 2011, the end of the year brought some eye-catching performances from his offspring.

  • Out of Bounds pulls away late in the Sham at Santa Anita.

    Out of Bounds Reaches Late for Sham Upset

    Out of Bounds, a big colt with a big future, swept past odds-on favorite Secret Circle in the final couple of strides to capture the $100,000 Sham Stakes (gr. III) for 3-year-olds by a half-length at Santa Anita Jan. 7.

  • Etched

    Mahubah's Corner: Etched Could Be Darley's Next Star

    To no one's great surprise, grade I winner Discreet Cat has been retired to Darley for stallion duty (at a $30,000 fee) following a 4-year-old season compromised by a throat abscess. But if the performance of its homebred Etched in the Nashua Stakes Oct. 28 is any indication of the future, Godolphin may well have already found a successor to Discreet Cat on the racing front.

  • Unbridled Elaine, topped Keeneland sale session at $4.4 million.

    Gross, Median Prices Increase as Keeneland Sale Gets Off to a Healthy Start

    Topped by millionaires Unbridled Elaine and Take Charge Lady, Keeneland's November breeding stock sale jumped out to a healthy start Monday, with a 16.2% increase in gross receipts over the same session one year ago. The median price rose 2.8%, the buyback rate was down substantially, and the average price fell 5% over the same session last year.

  • Spain, retired to a new career as a broodmare.

    Spain Retired From Racing

    Spain, Thoroughbred racing's all-time leading female money earner, has been retired from racing. She leaves the track with a record of 9-9-7 in 35 races with earnings of $3,540,542.

  • Unbridled Elaine Bred to Rahy

    Roger Devenport's Unbridled Elaine, who won the 2001 Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I), has been bred to major sire Rahy at Robert N. Clay's Three Chimneys Farm near Midway, Ky.

  • Unbridled Elaine, one of three Breeders&#39; Cup winners in the Falls City.

    Three Breeders' Cup Winners Meet In Falls City

    A rare meeting of three Breeders' Cup winners--including a rematch of the last two winners of the Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I)--headlines one of the most memorable renewals of Churchill Downs' $250,000 Falls City Handicap (gr. III) on Thursday.

  • Trio of Breeders' Cup Winners Head Falls City Field

    A rare meeting of three Breeders' Cup champions, including a rematch of the last two winners of the Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I) headlines what promises to be one of the most memorable renewals in the long history of Churchill Downs' $250,000-added Falls City Handicap (gr. III).

  • Spain Works Well for Falls City

    Spain, who won the 2000 edition of the Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I) and came within a head of repeating that feat this year, worked a sharp :59 4/5 over five furlongs in her final preparation for Thursday's $250,000-added Falls City Handicap (gr. III) at Churchill Downs.

  • Unbridled Elaine Bound for Falls City after Workout

    Trainer Dallas Stewart confirmed that Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I) winner Unbridled Elaine is bound for the Falls City Handicap (gr. III) after a strong Thursday morning workout at Churchill Downs.

  • Distaff Rematch Looms at Churchill Downs

    The one-two finishers in the Breeders' Cup Distaff are scheduled to meet again Thanksgiving Day in the grade III Falls City Handicap at Churchill Downs. The 1 1/8-mile, $250,000 event for fillies and mares could have Eclipse Award implications.

  • Championships Starters Not Done Just Yet

    While the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships Oct. 27 marked the end of the racing year or was the career finale for many participants, others plan to remain in training and will even race again before the 2001 season ends.

  • Pat Day celebrates his win aboard Unbridled Elaine in the Breeders&#39; Cup Distaff.&lt;br&gt;

    Breeders' Cup Distaff Story: Call Collect

    The rigors of being a Thoroughbred trainer means spending nearly as much time on the phone as training horses. In the past four months, Dallas Stewart has made and taken thousands of calls, but two have proven to be life altering. The first, a body blow, came in early June, when owner Roger Devenport phoned to say he was taking his horses and transferring them to trainer David Vance's barn. The second came just eight days before the Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I). That second call was Devenport asking Stewart to take the horses back.

  • Pat Day celebrates his win aboard Unbridled Elaine in the Breeders&#39; Cup Distaff.

    Unbridled Elaine Wins Distaff; Exogenous Injured

    A pall was cast on the 18th Breeders' Cup before it could even start when Exogenous flipped, got her foot caught in the winner's circle rail, and eventually had to be sedated and removed from the tunnel leading to the racetrack.

  • Unbridled Elaine, Caressing Breeze at Churchill

    Unbridled Elaine, who was returned to trainer Dallas Stewart on Saturday after being conditioned by David Vance since June, worked five furlongs at Churchill Downs Sunday in preparation for the Breeders' Cup Distaff (gr. I). The fastest work at the distance Sunday, though, was turned in by Vance-trained Caressing, who won last year's Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies (gr. I).

  • 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.

  • Astrid Hopes Home Track Advantage Helps

    With a $250,000 purse and a grade II rating, Saturday's Monmouth Breeders' Cup Oaks at Monmouth Park has attracted some accomplished fillies, but Astrid is hoping her home court advantage will net a win.

  • Caressing, Golden Ballet Head Oaks Nominations

    Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Caressing, the Eclipse Award winner as the champion 2-year-old filly of 2000, and rising California-based star Golden Ballet head a roster of 167 fillies nominated to the 127th running of the $500,000 Kentucky Oaks. The total number of fillies nominated to the Oaks is highest since 1989, when 181 fillies were nominated, and the eighth largest total in the history of the race. An Oaks record 191 fillies were nominated in 1986 and 1987 and 158 were nominated last year.