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Clear Creek Stud to Host Annual Stallion Presentation On December 3

Clear Creek Stud to Host Annual Stallion Presentation On December 3

Clear Creek Stud, in Folsom, Louisiana will be holding their annual stallion presentation, Saturday, December 3rd, to showcase their 2017 Stallion Roster. The event which begins at 11:00 am will include distinguished guest speakers from throughout the Thoroughbred industry as well as important legislators. A catered lunch and beverages will be served throughout the event. […]

Indiana-bred Lady Fog Horn Wins Grade 2 Falls City Handicap at Churchill Downs

Indiana-bred Lady Fog Horn Wins Grade 2 Falls City Handicap at Churchill Downs

The Elkstone Group’s Indiana homebred Lady Fog Horn – the reigning Indiana Horse of the Year – sounded off against open company on Thanksgiving Day at Churchill Downs with a 1 ½-length triumph over Streamline in the 101st running of the Grade 2, $200,000 Falls City Handicap for fillies and mares. Lady Fog Horn, trained […]

Oklahoma-bred Rockport Kat Wins Zia Park Sprint Stakes

Oklahoma-bred Rockport Kat Wins Zia Park Sprint Stakes

Oklahoma-bred Rockport Kat made his stakes debut a winning one as he captured the $75,000 Zia Park Sprint Stakes in New Mexico on Wednesday. The son of Rockport Harbor drew clear by 3 ½ lengths under jockey Tyler Baze to win in a time of 1:10.32 for six furlongs. The 4-year-old gelding was bred by […]

Fans Invited to Join Charismatic’s “Inner Circle” to Support His Relocation to Old Friends

Fans Invited to Join Charismatic’s “Inner Circle” to Support His Relocation to Old Friends

Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement Facility in Georgetown, KY, is inviting fans to become a member of Kentucky Derby winner Charismatic’s “Inner Circle”. On October 26, Old Friends announced that the dual-classic winner and 1999 Horse of the Year would be returning to the United States from Japan, where he has stood as a stallion […]

Daughter of Too Much Bling, Too Much Tip, Favored in Grade 1 Race in Puerto Rico

Daughter of Too Much Bling, Too Much Tip, Favored in Grade 1 Race in Puerto Rico

Too Much Tip, a Kentucky-bred daughter of leading Texas stallion Too Much Bling, is the 4-5 morning line favorite in the Grade 1 Accion de Gracias Stakes to be run Thanksgiving Day at Camarero Race Track in Puerto Rico. The 2-year-old filly is undefeated in two starts with victories in the Grade 3 Eduardo Cautino […]

Home of the Brave to Stand at Caines Stallion Station in Oklahoma

Home of the Brave to Stand at Caines Stallion Station in Oklahoma

Caines Stallion Station near Wynnewood, Oklahoma, has announced that Home of the Brave will stand his first season at stud in 2017. The 2013 son of Horse of the Year and two-time Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner Tiznow will stand for an introductory fee of $1,000. The unraced Home of the Brave is a full […]

Texas Horse of the Year Ivan Fallunovalot Wins Grade 3 De Francis Dash at Laurel Park

Texas Horse of the Year Ivan Fallunovalot Wins Grade 3 De Francis Dash at Laurel Park

Jockey Calvin Borel built a successful career by sticking close to the rail, but the Hall of Fame jockey left the rail as soon as he could Saturday at Laurel Park while riding Texas-bred Ivan Fallunovalot in Saturday’s $250,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial (G3) sponsored by Maker’s Mark. Borel’s out-of-character strategy resulted in a […]

Okie Ride, Hallelujah Hit, Sweet Posse Win Oklahoma-bred Stakes at Remington

Okie Ride, Hallelujah Hit, Sweet Posse Win Oklahoma-bred Stakes at Remington

Oklahoma-breds were featured in multiple stakes races on the Friday night card at Remington Park. The older horses had their spot in the $50,000 Silver Goblin Stakes with Okie Ride gaining his third career victory in the race, winning a nose-bob photo over Imahit. The 9-year-old Okie Ride ran his normal race, sitting just off […]

Texas-bred Ivan Fallunovalot Faces Stiff Test in De Francis Dash at Laurel

Texas-bred Ivan Fallunovalot Faces Stiff Test in De Francis Dash at Laurel

Having recovered from spring knee surgery and with a Grade 1 tightener under his belt, Rockingham Ranch and Gelfenstein Farm’s multiple graded stakes winner X Y Jet continues his comeback in the $250,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash (G3) presented by Maker’s Mark Saturday at Laurel Park. Among his foes will be reining Texas […]

Canterbury Park Requests 67-Day Meet for 2017

Canterbury Park Requests 67-Day Meet for 2017

Canterbury Park officials have submitted a request to the Minnesota Racing Commission seeking approval for a 67-day horse racing season in 2017. The proposed mixed-breed race meet for Thoroughbreds and American Quarter horses would begin Friday, May 5 and conclude Sept. 16. The MRC is expected to act on Canterbury’s request next month. For the […]