A $500,000 show horse was only on U.S. soil for three days before being taken from his stall at Centennial Farms and “expertly butchered” for meat. Housed in Palmetto, Fla., Phedras de Blondel, a 1,300-pound Grand Prix showjumper, was taken … Continue reading →
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Police in Melbourne, Australia, are investigating a shooting at the home of Terry Bailey, the chairman of stewards for Racing Victoria. According to a report in The Age, six shots were fired into the front door of Bailey’s home … Continue reading →
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The TCA Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium this past weekend at the Kentucky Horse Park proved to be everything organizers wanted it to be and then some. People came in droves to show, learn about and celebrate what a retired … Continue reading →
Martin Pedroza has been injured and had more comebacks than Bret Favre. The unsinkable Panamanian has been riding nearly three-and-half decades but has never won a Breeders’ Cup race. That oversight could end Saturday when he pilots Private Zone in … Continue reading →
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Superstar mare Beholder, who won the Grade I Zenyatta Stakes on Sept. 26 for a third time, was named Horse of the Meet in Santa Anita’s Autumn Meet Media Poll. The two-time Eclipse Award-winning mare trained by Richard Mandella for … Continue reading →
Multiple graded stakes winner Appealing Tale will be forced to miss the upcoming Breeders’ Cup after injuring an ankle during a recent workout. The Blood-Horse reports that the 5-year-old gelding by Tale of the Cat sustained the injury while turning in a four-furlong … Continue reading →
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Keeneland is the place to be this week as the best horses in the world continue to arrive and preparations continue for the upcoming Breeders’ Cup. Enjoy a beautiful collection of photos from Keeneland, as the racetrack and city of … Continue reading →
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It’s been 20 years now since Cigar won the Breeders’ Cup Classic under the stewardship of trainer Bill Mott – 1995 at Belmont Park –– on his way to a winning streak that caught the nation’s attention. The two of … Continue reading →
Brazilian-bred Baruta got a perfect trip going 6 ½ furlongs down Santa Anita’s hillside turf course and went on to solid 1 ¾ length win in Sunday’s Grade III, $100,000 Senator Ken Maddy Stakes under Rafael Bejarano. Conditioned by Richard … Continue reading →
Trainer Linda Rice’s Breeders’ Cup puzzle looks to be coming together for La Verdad following her 3 ¾-length romp in Saturday’s $150,000 Iroquois at Belmont Park, as Rice reported on Sunday morning that the 5-year-old Yes It’s True mare exited … Continue reading →