Keyword: W. T. Young

  • 1996 Kentucky Derby winner Grindstone<br><a target="blank" href="http://photos.bloodhorse.com/Classics/Classic-Photos/22651042_hrMBZZ#!i=3147353374&k=TdmXqL4">Order This Photo</a>

    Grindstone Elevated Louisiana Derby in 1996

    Grindstone was an unheralded colt who never grabbed the public's attention. He served notice, however, that 3-year-olds capable of a strong run down the longest stretch in the nation should not be disregarded.

  • Honest Pursuit, hip#471, brought $3.1-million at the second session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

    Overbrook Stock Boosts Keeneland's 2nd Day

    High quality stock from the Overbrook Farm dispersal and stronger participation by American buyers at the top of the market boosted the results for the second session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

  • Cotton Blossom, hip #413, brought $2.3 million during the second session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale.

    Cotton Blossom Sells for $2.3 Million

    Cotton Blossom, winner of the 2007 Acorn Stakes (gr. I), became the most expensive horse sold so far at the Keeneland November breeding stock sale when she brought $2.3 million during the auction's second session Nov. 11 in Lexington.

  • BH Retrospective: Teaming With Success

    Bloodhorse.com introduces a new feature, Blood-Horse Retrospective. Step back into the pages of The Blood-Horse to remember important people and events from Thoroughbred history. Our first retrospective features William T. Young, the founder and driving force behind Overbrook Farm's successful breeding and racing programs.

  • Storm Cat

    Storm Cat Experiencing Problems

    Storm Cat, for years the No. 1 stallion, has been experiencing difficulties impregnating his mares this breeding season at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor-in-Chief

    Sugar and Spice

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> -- The victories by Tabasco Cat in the 1994 Preakness (gr. I) and Belmont Stakes (gr. I) were looked upon by the late William T. Young as his happiest moments in racing.

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

    Forever Young

    <i>By Ray Paulick</i> -- William T. Young will be remembered for many things by many people. He was kind, honest, brilliant, tough, funny, engaging, modest, independent, loving, and loyal...

  • Remembering W.T. Young

    <i>By John Y. Brown Jr.</i> -- An associate retorted when Abraham Lincoln died, "now he belongs to the ages--he was a man--take him for all in all, we shall not look upon his like again." I think this can be said of Bill Young...

  • Leading sire Storm Cat.

    Overbrook Donates Storm Cat Season to American Red Cross

    A 2002 stallion nomination to leading sire Storm Cat, who stands for a $500,000 fee, will be sold during the Keeneland November breeding stock sale, with the proceeds to benefit the American Red Cross relief efforts. The season, which has been donated to the Red Cross, will be sold at the conclusion of the Monday, Nov. 5 session of the sale.

  • Overbrook Donates Storm Cat Season to American Red Cross

    A 2002 stallion nomination to leading sire Storm Cat, who stands for a $500,000 fee, will be sold during the Keeneland November breeding stock sale, with the proceeds to benefit the American Red Cross relief efforts. The season, which has been donated to the Red Cross, will be sold at the conclusion of the Monday, Nov. 5 session of the sale.

  • Storm Cat, will command $500,000 per nomination in 2002.

    Storm Cat Stud Fee Rises to $500,000

    Leading sire Storm Cat, who already had the highest stud fee in the world, will stand for even more in 2002. Ric Waldman of Overbrook Farm confirmed Friday that the 18-year-old stallion will stand the next breeding season for $500,000.

  • Overbrook Farm stallion Editor&#39;s Note.

    First Winner for Editor's Note

    Classic winner Editor's Note gained his first winner from his 13th starter when Overbrook Farm's Short Note won a maiden claiming race Monday at Delaware Park.

  • Storm Cat continues to grow in popularity, with additional breeding rights in the leading sire sold.

    More Breeding Rights Sold in Storm Cat

    Following on the heels of a reported 10 lifetime breeding rights sold in Storm Cat in 1999 to the John Magnier-controlled Coolmore operation, Ric Waldman, syndicate manager for W.T. Young's Overbrook Farm, has confirmed more breeding rights in North America's leading sire have been sold in 2000. Waldman would not disclose exactly how many breeding rights have been sold, or who they have been sold to, however, he did say a total of 25 lifetime breeding rights have been sold in the last two years.