Multiple Grade 1 winner Honor Code turned in his final breeze for the Grade 1, $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic early Sunday morning at Belmont Park, going four furlongs in 48 seconds under the cover of darkness on the main … Continue reading →
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Three Chimneys Farm announced Sunday stud fees for their stallion lineup in the 2016 breeding season, topped by champion Will Take Charge at $30,000. Two new additions to the roster, Palace Malice and Fast Anna, stand for $20,000 and $7,500, … Continue reading →
The first two waves of European-based horses for the 32nd Breeders’ Cup World Championships have arrived at the Quarantine Barns on Rice Road. Arriving early Saturday evening after flying into Louisville was Anthony Oppenheimer’s Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe … Continue reading →
The TCA Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium continued with a strong showing on Saturday, as newly retired racehorses competed in the disciplines of Show Hunters, Jumpers, Freestyle and Dressage. The demonstrations and seminars continued as well, focusing on topics like … Continue reading →
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Trainer Wesley Ward was pleased with the moves of his six horses pre-entered in the Breeders’ Cup World Championships that worked or galloped on the turf course labeled as good. “Everything went great,” Ward said. Two of Ward’s 2-year-olds, Sheikh … Continue reading →
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