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Thoroughbred Times: Today's News
www.thoroughbredtimes.com, 28 June 2005 [cached]
Full brother to Smuggler exported to Argentina
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Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
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Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
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"We elected him for his exceptional bloodlines," said Pablo Francisco Pablo, a representative of Haras Don Arcangel."We still have not determined whether we'll race him or stand him this season."
Smuggler is one of the country's leading three-year-old fillies with four wins in six career starts, including a victory over Spun Sugar and Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Summerly in the Mother Goose on June 26 at Belmont Park.
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Also trained by McGaughey, Smuggler is scheduled to start next in the Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) on July 23 at Belmont.-Michael Burns
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Thoroughbred Times: News Archive
www.thoroughbredtimes.com, 28 June 2005 [cached]
A tendon injury has forced the retirement of Commercante (Fr), who won the 2004 E. P. Taylor Stakes (Can-G1) at Woodbine and finished second in the Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park.
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Trainer Bobby Frankel said the injury was detected after the daughter of Marchand de Sable out of Deception, by Tropular, breezed six furlongs in 1:15.16 on June 22 at Belmont.
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"She was a very good filly," said Frankel, who had been pointing Commercante to the Diana Handicap (G2) on July 30 at Saratoga Race Course for her seasonal debut.
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Owned by Alain Falourd, Hubert Guy, and Robert Trussell, Commercante won the 2003 Prix de Psyche (Fr-G3) and finished sixth in the Prix de Diane (Fr-G1) (French Oaks) before joining Frankel's barn prior to the ‘04 season.
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Frankel said License to Run (Brz), who won the San Luis Obispo Handicap (G2) by five lengths on February 19 at Santa Anita Park in his most recent start, would probably return in the United Nations Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Monmouth Park.
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Frankel said License to Run (Brz), who won the San Luis Obispo Handicap (G2) by five lengths on February 19 at Santa Anita Park in his most recent start, would probably return in the United Nations Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Monmouth Park.
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Frankel also is considering Exterior, runner-up in the 1¾-mile San Juan Capistrano Invitational Handicap (G2) in April, for the 1 3/8-mile United Nations.-Jeff Lowe
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IEAH Stables and Sanford Robbins have purchased a majority interest in Two Thousand Guineas (Eng-G1) runner-up Rebel Rebel (Ire) and have transferred the son of Revoque to trainer Bobby Frankel at Belmont Park.
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Frankel said Rebel Rebel would clear quarantine on Thursday.
...
Rebel Rebel finished fourth in the Irish Two Thousand Guineas (Ire-G1) on May 21 at the Curragh in his most recent start for Six Star Racing and trainer Neville Callaghan.
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Rebel Rebel could make his first start in the United States in the Virginia Derby (G3) on July 16 at Colonial Downs.
...
Elliott Walden, who has ranked among the nation's leading trainers and conditioned champion and 1998 Belmont Stakes (G1) winner Victory Gallop, will give up training to become vice president of WinStar Farm in charge of racing and bloodstock services.
...
"However, I am extremely excited about helping WinStar continue towards its goal of becoming a top five destination for stallions."
...
"Family is always a priority with me, and this move gives me the opportunity to see my children grow up," Walden continued.
...
I can't wait."
In addition to Victory Gallop, who followed his classic-winning season by earning the Eclipse Award as champion older male of 1999, Walden trained more than 1,000 winners during his career, which began in 1985, including Grade 1 winners Awesome Humor, Brahms, Ecton Park, Menifee, and Plenty of Light.
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Overall, his runners have earned purses totaling $45,990,489, through Monday.
...
The 9.2-million horses in the United States produce an economic impact of $39.2-billion while providing 459,600 Americans with jobs, according to a study commissioned by the American Horse Council.
Officials in the Thoroughbred industry say the numbers will help them secure favorable legislation at all levels of government.
...
Hialeah Park argued in court on Monday for the return of its racing permit, telling a three-judge panel in the Third District Court of Appeals in Miami that its inability to conduct a racing meet since 2001 has been due to the "undisguised conduct of its competitors."
...
While Richards' argued Hialeah's inability to race has not come due to an act of God or strike-the only grounds Florida statute's allows for not operating racing dates-they have come due to economic pressures from third parties.
...
Brunetti, who has owned the historic track for the past 28 years, said after the hearing: "I know we always talk about a throwaway world nowadays, but things as important as Hialeah [Park] ...Brunetti appeared optimistic after the hearing and said the division's argument, which was presented by Helton reading from a prepared statement, "shows only the mechanical view of this and, quite honestly, a lack of knowledge of the industry."
...
"I said 28 years ago we came here to try and save Hialeah and help racing in the state of Florida," Brunetti said.
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"I've kept the track for the last three, four years.I can't strike out any other possibilities, but that's why we're here today and I'm here personally ...
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"John brings with him a wealth of experience in the racing industry, and I am very pleased to have him on board," Tampa Bay Downs Vice President Peter Berube said.
...
A charter member of the NTRA in 1998, Philadelphia Park was among 22 racetracks that pulled out of the organization in 2000, citing dissatisfaction with the NTRA as well as concerns regarding a controversial and ultimately short-lived agreement under which NTRA Services was to operate Television Games Network's account wagering hub in Oregon.
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We believe that we will be a positive addition to the broad coalition that the association represents and can be of particular assistance to the industry as it seeks deployment of its racing product in international markets."
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Cryptoclearance colt named Grand Champion at Maryland yearling show
A son of Central Kentucky sire Cryptoclearance was named Grand Champion at the 71st annual Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show on Sunday at the state fairgrounds in Timonium.
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"I love Maryland," Perkins said.
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"I saw a lot of good horses and many old friends here today.
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-- Dark Hollow Farm's and William Beatson's Not For Love colt out of Nin Two, who also produced 2003 Lane's End Stakes (G2) winner New York Hero.
--Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Wright's Not For Love colt out of Fit to Fight mare Fittingly Proud.
--Edward F. Turner's homebred filly by Allen's Prospect out of the winning Diamond Shoal (GB) mare Passionately.
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Full brother to Smuggler exported to Argentina
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Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
...
Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
...
"We elected him for his exceptional bloodlines," said Pablo Francisco Pablo, a representative of Haras Don Arcangel."We still have not determined whether we'll race him or stand him this season."
Smuggler is one of the country's leading three-year-old fillies with four wins in six career starts, including a victory over Spun Sugar and Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Summerly in the Mother Goose on June 26 at Belmont Park.
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Also trained by McGaughey, Smuggler is scheduled to start next in the Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) on July 23 at Belmont.-Michael Burns
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Seeking Daylight to shuttle to South America
Maryland Stallion Station's Seeking Daylight will shuttle to Haras la Providencia SA in Argentina in mid-July for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.
A son of Seeking the Gold out of the stakes winning Steady Growth mare Play All Day, Seeking Daylight won four of seven career races including the 2002 Brooklyn Handicap (G2) at Belmont Park.His first foals arrived this year.
Seeking Daylight comes from a rich female family, as his second dam Playful Spirit was a stakes placed half-sister to Canadian champion Izvestia.
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The National Thoroughbred Racing Association's co-op radio advertising campaign "And They're Off" won a Gold Lion Award at the International Advertising Festival in Cannes, France.
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Thoroughbred Charities, a non-profit organization based in Delaware and Kentucky, distributed more than $1.2-million in grants in 2005 and more than $10-million during its 15-year existence.
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Berkey Bloodstock, agent for C. Chinnici, purchased the colt, named Immeasureable Force, who breezed one furlong in :10.40 on Monday during Barretts' under tack show.
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Marcelo Polanco purchased the colt, named Lots to Do, for $55,000.
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In addition, 29 horses of racing age brought $205,500, while 40 horses of racing age sold for $406,500 in 2004.
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A colt from the first crop of two-time Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) winner Tiznow brought $74,000 on Tuesday to top the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of tw
Thoroughbred Times: News Archive
www.thoroughbredtimes.com, 28 June 2005 [cached]
A tendon injury has forced the retirement of Commercante (Fr), who won the 2004 E. P. Taylor Stakes (Can-G1) at Woodbine and finished second in the Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park.
...
Trainer Bobby Frankel said the injury was detected after the daughter of Marchand de Sable out of Deception, by Tropular, breezed six furlongs in 1:15.16 on June 22 at Belmont.
...
"She was a very good filly," said Frankel, who had been pointing Commercante to the Diana Handicap (G2) on July 30 at Saratoga Race Course for her seasonal debut.
...
Owned by Alain Falourd, Hubert Guy, and Robert Trussell, Commercante won the 2003 Prix de Psyche (Fr-G3) and finished sixth in the Prix de Diane (Fr-G1) (French Oaks) before joining Frankel's barn prior to the ‘04 season.
...
Frankel said License to Run (Brz), who won the San Luis Obispo Handicap (G2) by five lengths on February 19 at Santa Anita Park in his most recent start, would probably return in the United Nations Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Monmouth Park.
...
Frankel said License to Run (Brz), who won the San Luis Obispo Handicap (G2) by five lengths on February 19 at Santa Anita Park in his most recent start, would probably return in the United Nations Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Monmouth Park.
...
Frankel also is considering Exterior, runner-up in the 1¾-mile San Juan Capistrano Invitational Handicap (G2) in April, for the 1 3/8-mile United Nations.-Jeff Lowe
...
IEAH Stables and Sanford Robbins have purchased a majority interest in Two Thousand Guineas (Eng-G1) runner-up Rebel Rebel (Ire) and have transferred the son of Revoque to trainer Bobby Frankel at Belmont Park.
...
Frankel said Rebel Rebel would clear quarantine on Thursday.
...
Rebel Rebel finished fourth in the Irish Two Thousand Guineas (Ire-G1) on May 21 at the Curragh in his most recent start for Six Star Racing and trainer Neville Callaghan.
...
Rebel Rebel could make his first start in the United States in the Virginia Derby (G3) on July 16 at Colonial Downs.
...
Elliott Walden, who has ranked among the nation's leading trainers and conditioned champion and 1998 Belmont Stakes (G1) winner Victory Gallop, will give up training to become vice president of WinStar Farm in charge of racing and bloodstock services.
...
"However, I am extremely excited about helping WinStar continue towards its goal of becoming a top five destination for stallions."
...
"Family is always a priority with me, and this move gives me the opportunity to see my children grow up," Walden continued.
...
I can't wait."
In addition to Victory Gallop, who followed his classic-winning season by earning the Eclipse Award as champion older male of 1999, Walden trained more than 1,000 winners during his career, which began in 1985, including Grade 1 winners Awesome Humor, Brahms, Ecton Park, Menifee, and Plenty of Light.
...
Overall, his runners have earned purses totaling $45,990,489, through Monday.
...
The 9.2-million horses in the United States produce an economic impact of $39.2-billion while providing 459,600 Americans with jobs, according to a study commissioned by the American Horse Council.
Officials in the Thoroughbred industry say the numbers will help them secure favorable legislation at all levels of government.
...
Hialeah Park argued in court on Monday for the return of its racing permit, telling a three-judge panel in the Third District Court of Appeals in Miami that its inability to conduct a racing meet since 2001 has been due to the "undisguised conduct of its competitors."
...
While Richards' argued Hialeah's inability to race has not come due to an act of God or strike-the only grounds Florida statute's allows for not operating racing dates-they have come due to economic pressures from third parties.
...
Brunetti, who has owned the historic track for the past 28 years, said after the hearing: "I know we always talk about a throwaway world nowadays, but things as important as Hialeah [Park] ...Brunetti appeared optimistic after the hearing and said the division's argument, which was presented by Helton reading from a prepared statement, "shows only the mechanical view of this and, quite honestly, a lack of knowledge of the industry."
...
"I said 28 years ago we came here to try and save Hialeah and help racing in the state of Florida," Brunetti said.
...
"I've kept the track for the last three, four years.I can't strike out any other possibilities, but that's why we're here today and I'm here personally ...
...
"John brings with him a wealth of experience in the racing industry, and I am very pleased to have him on board," Tampa Bay Downs Vice President Peter Berube said.
...
A charter member of the NTRA in 1998, Philadelphia Park was among 22 racetracks that pulled out of the organization in 2000, citing dissatisfaction with the NTRA as well as concerns regarding a controversial and ultimately short-lived agreement under which NTRA Services was to operate Television Games Network's account wagering hub in Oregon.
...
A son of Central Kentucky sire Cryptoclearance was named Grand Champion at the 71st annual Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show on Sunday at the state fairgrounds in Timonium.
...
"I love Maryland," Perkins said.
...
"I saw a lot of good horses and many old friends here today.
...
-- Dark Hollow Farm's and William Beatson's Not For Love colt out of Nin Two, who also produced 2003 Lane's End Stakes (G2) winner New York Hero.
--Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Wright's Not For Love colt out of Fit to Fight mare Fittingly Proud.
--Edward F. Turner's homebred filly by Allen's Prospect out of the winning Diamond Shoal (GB) mare Passionately.
...
Full brother to Smuggler exported to Argentina
...
Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
...
Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
...
"We elected him for his exceptional bloodlines," said Pablo Francisco Pablo, a representative of Haras Don Arcangel."We still have not determined whether we'll race him or stand him this season."
Smuggler is one of the country's leading three-year-old fillies with four wins in six career starts, including a victory over Spun Sugar and Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Summerly in the Mother Goose on June 26 at Belmont Park.
...
Also trained by McGaughey, Smuggler is scheduled to start next in the Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) on July 23 at Belmont.-Michael Burns
...
The National Thoroughbred Racing Association's co-op radio advertising campaign "And They're Off" won a Gold Lion Award at the International Advertising Festival in Cannes, France.
...
Seeking Daylight to shuttle to South America
Maryland Stallion Station's Seeking Daylight will shuttle to Haras la Providencia SA in Argentina in mid-July for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.
A son of Seeking the Gold out of the stakes winning Steady Growth mare Play All Day, Seeking Daylight won four of seven career races including the 2002 Brooklyn Handicap (G2) at Belmont Park.His first foals arrived this year.
Seeking Daylight comes from a rich female family, as his second dam Playful Spirit was a stakes placed half-sister to Canadian champion Izvestia.
...
Thoroughbred Charities, a non-profit organization based in Delaware and Kentucky, distributed more than $1.2-million in grants in 2005 and more than $10-million during its 15-year existence.
...
Berkey Bloodstock, agent for C. Chinnici, purchased the colt, named Immeasureable Force, who breezed one furlong in :10.40 on Monday during Barretts' under tack show.
...
Marcelo Polanco purchased the colt, named Lots to Do, for $55,000.
...
Overall, 78 two-year-olds were sold for $958,800 compared to 53 two-year-olds in 2004 that brought $848,300.
...
A colt from the first crop of two-time Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) winner Tiznow brought $74,000 on Tuesday to top the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of two-year-olds in training and horses of racing age.
EQB Inc. bought the colt out of Grade 3 winner Scratch Paper, by Notebook, from the consignment of Ciaran Dunne's Wavertree Stables Inc., agent.
...
The median was $10,000 and the buyback rate was 32.9%.
Thoroughbred Times: News Archive
www.thoroughbredtimes.com, 28 June 2005 [cached]
A tendon injury has forced the retirement of Commercante (Fr), who won the 2004 E. P. Taylor Stakes (Can-G1) at Woodbine and finished second in the Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park.
...
Trainer Bobby Frankel said the injury was detected after the daughter of Marchand de Sable out of Deception, by Tropular, breezed six furlongs in 1:15.16 on June 22 at Belmont.
...
"She was a very good filly," said Frankel, who had been pointing Commercante to the Diana Handicap (G2) on July 30 at Saratoga Race Course for her seasonal debut.
...
Owned by Alain Falourd, Hubert Guy, and Robert Trussell, Commercante won the 2003 Prix de Psyche (Fr-G3) and finished sixth in the Prix de Diane (Fr-G1) (French Oaks) before joining Frankel's barn prior to the '04 season.
...
Frankel said License to Run (Brz), who won the San Luis Obispo Handicap (G2) by five lengths on February 19 at Santa Anita Park in his most recent start, would probably return in the United Nations Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Monmouth Park.
...
Frankel said License to Run (Brz), who won the San Luis Obispo Handicap (G2) by five lengths on February 19 at Santa Anita Park in his most recent start, would probably return in the United Nations Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Monmouth Park.
...
Frankel also is considering Exterior, runner-up in the 1¾-mile San Juan Capistrano Invitational Handicap (G2) in April, for the 1 3/8-mile United Nations.-Jeff Lowe
...
IEAH Stables and Sanford Robbins have purchased a majority interest in Two Thousand Guineas (Eng-G1) runner-up Rebel Rebel (Ire) and have transferred the son of Revoque to trainer Bobby Frankel at Belmont Park.
...
Frankel said Rebel Rebel would clear quarantine on Thursday.
...
Rebel Rebel finished fourth in the Irish Two Thousand Guineas (Ire-G1) on May 21 at the Curragh in his most recent start for Six Star Racing and trainer Neville Callaghan.
...
Rebel Rebel could make his first start in the United States in the Virginia Derby (G3) on July 16 at Colonial Downs.
...
Elliott Walden, who has ranked among the nation's leading trainers and conditioned champion and 1998 Belmont Stakes (G1) winner Victory Gallop, will give up training to become vice president of WinStar Farm in charge of racing and bloodstock services.
...
"However, I am extremely excited about helping WinStar continue towards its goal of becoming a top five destination for stallions."
...
"Family is always a priority with me, and this move gives me the opportunity to see my children grow up," Walden continued.
...
I can't wait."
In addition to Victory Gallop, who followed his classic-winning season by earning the Eclipse Award as champion older male of 1999, Walden trained more than 1,000 winners during his career, which began in 1985, including Grade 1 winners Awesome Humor, Brahms, Ecton Park, Menifee, and Plenty of Light.
...
Overall, his runners have earned purses totaling $45,990,489, through Monday.
...
The 9.2-million horses in the United States produce an economic impact of $39.2-billion while providing 459,600 Americans with jobs, according to a study commissioned by the American Horse Council.
Officials in the Thoroughbred industry say the numbers will help them secure favorable legislation at all levels of government.
...
Hialeah Park argued in court on Monday for the return of its racing permit, telling a three-judge panel in the Third District Court of Appeals in Miami that its inability to conduct a racing meet since 2001 has been due to the "undisguised conduct of its competitors."
...
While Richards' argued Hialeah's inability to race has not come due to an act of God or strike-the only grounds Florida statute's allows for not operating racing dates-they have come due to economic pressures from third parties.
...
Brunetti, who has owned the historic track for the past 28 years, said after the hearing: "I know we always talk about a throwaway world nowadays, but things as important as Hialeah [Park] ...Brunetti appeared optimistic after the hearing and said the division's argument, which was presented by Helton reading from a prepared statement, "shows only the mechanical view of this and, quite honestly, a lack of knowledge of the industry."
...
"I said 28 years ago we came here to try and save Hialeah and help racing in the state of Florida," Brunetti said.
...
"I've kept the track for the last three, four years.I can't strike out any other possibilities, but that's why we're here today and I'm here personally ...
...
"John brings with him a wealth of experience in the racing industry, and I am very pleased to have him on board," Tampa Bay Downs Vice President Peter Berube said.
...
A charter member of the NTRA in 1998, Philadelphia Park was among 22 racetracks that pulled out of the organization in 2000, citing dissatisfaction with the NTRA as well as concerns regarding a controversial and ultimately short-lived agreement under which NTRA Services was to operate Television Games Network's account wagering hub in Oregon.
...
A son of Central Kentucky sire Cryptoclearance was named Grand Champion at the 71st annual Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show on Sunday at the state fairgrounds in Timonium.
...
"I love Maryland," Perkins said.
...
"I saw a lot of good horses and many old friends here today.
...
-- Dark Hollow Farm's and William Beatson's Not For Love colt out of Nin Two, who also produced 2003 Lane's End Stakes (G2) winner New York Hero.
...
--Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Wright's Not For Love colt out of Fit to Fight mare Fittingly Proud.
--Edward F. Turner's homebred filly by Allen's Prospect out of the winning Diamond Shoal (GB) mare Passionately.
...
Full brother to Smuggler exported to Argentina
...
Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
...
Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
...
"We elected him for his exceptional bloodlines," said Pablo Francisco Pablo, a representative of Haras Don Arcangel."We still have not determined whether we'll race him or stand him this season."
Smuggler is one of the country's leading three-year-old fillies with four wins in six career starts, including a victory over Spun Sugar and Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Summerly in the Mother Goose on June 26 at Belmont Park.
...
Also trained by McGaughey, Smuggler is scheduled to start next in the Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) on July 23 at Belmont.-Michael Burns
...
The National Thoroughbred Racing Association's co-op radio advertising campaign "And They're Off" won a Gold Lion Award at the International Advertising Festival in Cannes, France.
...
Seeking Daylight to shuttle to South America
Maryland Stallion Station's Seeking Daylight will shuttle to Haras la Providencia SA in Argentina in mid-July for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.
A son of Seeking the Gold out of the stakes winning Steady Growth mare Play All Day, Seeking Daylight won four of seven career races including the 2002 Brooklyn Handicap (G2) at Belmont Park.His first foals arrived this year.
Seeking Daylight comes from a rich female family, as his second dam Playful Spirit was a stakes placed half-sister to Canadian champion Izvestia.
...
Thoroughbred Charities, a non-profit organization based in Delaware and Kentucky, distributed more than $1.2-million in grants in 2005 and more than $10-million during its 15-year existence.
...
Berkey Bloodstock, agent for C. Chinnici, purchased the colt, named Immeasureable Force, who breezed one furlong in :10.40 on Monday during Barretts' under tack show.
...
Marcelo Polanco purchased the colt, named Lots to Do, for $55,000.
...
A colt from the first crop of two-time Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) winner Tiznow brought $74,000 on Tuesday to top the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of two-year-olds in training and horses of racing age.
EQB Inc. bought the colt out of Grade 3 winner Scratch Paper, by Notebook, from the consignment of Ciaran Dunne's Wavertree Stables Inc., agent.
...
The median was $10,000 and the buyback rate was 32.9%.
Thoroughbred Times: News Archive
www.thoroughbredtimes.com, 28 June 2005 [cached]
A tendon injury has forced the retirement of Commercante (Fr), who won the 2004 E. P. Taylor Stakes (Can-G1) at Woodbine and finished second in the Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park.
...
Trainer Bobby Frankel said the injury was detected after the daughter of Marchand de Sable out of Deception, by Tropular, breezed six furlongs in 1:15.16 on June 22 at Belmont.
...
"She was a very good filly," said Frankel, who had been pointing Commercante to the Diana Handicap (G2) on July 30 at Saratoga Race Course for her seasonal debut.
...
Owned by Alain Falourd, Hubert Guy, and Robert Trussell, Commercante won the 2003 Prix de Psyche (Fr-G3) and finished sixth in the Prix de Diane (Fr-G1) (French Oaks) before joining Frankel's barn prior to the '04 season.
...
Frankel said License to Run (Brz), who won the San Luis Obispo Handicap (G2) by five lengths on February 19 at Santa Anita Park in his most recent start, would probably return in the United Nations Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Monmouth Park.
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Frankel said License to Run (Brz), who won the San Luis Obispo Handicap (G2) by five lengths on February 19 at Santa Anita Park in his most recent start, would probably return in the United Nations Stakes (G1) on Saturday at Monmouth Park.
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Frankel also is considering Exterior, runner-up in the 1¾-mile San Juan Capistrano Invitational Handicap (G2) in April, for the 1 3/8-mile United Nations.-Jeff Lowe
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IEAH Stables and Sanford Robbins have purchased a majority interest in Two Thousand Guineas (Eng-G1) runner-up Rebel Rebel (Ire) and have transferred the son of Revoque to trainer Bobby Frankel at Belmont Park.
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Frankel said Rebel Rebel would clear quarantine on Thursday.
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Rebel Rebel finished fourth in the Irish Two Thousand Guineas (Ire-G1) on May 21 at the Curragh in his most recent start for Six Star Racing and trainer Neville Callaghan.
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Rebel Rebel could make his first start in the United States in the Virginia Derby (G3) on July 16 at Colonial Downs.
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Elliott Walden, who has ranked among the nation's leading trainers and conditioned champion and 1998 Belmont Stakes (G1) winner Victory Gallop, will give up training to become vice president of WinStar Farm in charge of racing and bloodstock services.
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"However, I am extremely excited about helping WinStar continue towards its goal of becoming a top five destination for stallions."
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"Family is always a priority with me, and this move gives me the opportunity to see my children grow up," Walden continued.
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I can't wait."
In addition to Victory Gallop, who followed his classic-winning season by earning the Eclipse Award as champion older male of 1999, Walden trained more than 1,000 winners during his career, which began in 1985, including Grade 1 winners Awesome Humor, Brahms, Ecton Park, Menifee, and Plenty of Light.
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Overall, his runners have earned purses totaling $45,990,489, through Monday.
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The 9.2-million horses in the United States produce an economic impact of $39.2-billion while providing 459,600 Americans with jobs, according to a study commissioned by the American Horse Council.
Officials in the Thoroughbred industry say the numbers will help them secure favorable legislation at all levels of government.
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Hialeah Park argued in court on Monday for the return of its racing permit, telling a three-judge panel in the Third District Court of Appeals in Miami that its inability to conduct a racing meet since 2001 has been due to the "undisguised conduct of its competitors."
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While Richards' argued Hialeah's inability to race has not come due to an act of God or strike-the only grounds Florida statute's allows for not operating racing dates-they have come due to economic pressures from third parties.
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Brunetti, who has owned the historic track for the past 28 years, said after the hearing: "I know we always talk about a throwaway world nowadays, but things as important as Hialeah [Park] ...Brunetti appeared optimistic after the hearing and said the division's argument, which was presented by Helton reading from a prepared statement, "shows only the mechanical view of this and, quite honestly, a lack of knowledge of the industry."
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"I said 28 years ago we came here to try and save Hialeah and help racing in the state of Florida," Brunetti said.
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"I've kept the track for the last three, four years.I can't strike out any other possibilities, but that's why we're here today and I'm here personally ...
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"John brings with him a wealth of experience in the racing industry, and I am very pleased to have him on board," Tampa Bay Downs Vice President Peter Berube said.
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Philadelphia Park will rejoin the National Thoroughbred Racing Association with a membership agreement to extend from January 1, 2006, through 2010.
A charter member of the NTRA in 1998, Philadelphia Park was among 22 racetracks that pulled out of the organization in 2000, citing dissatisfaction with the NTRA as well as concerns regarding a controversial and ultimately short-lived agreement under which NTRA Services was to operate Television Games Network's account wagering hub in Oregon.
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A son of Central Kentucky sire Cryptoclearance was named Grand Champion at the 71st annual Maryland Horse Breeders Association Yearling Show on Sunday at the state fairgrounds in Timonium.
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"I love Maryland," Perkins said.
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"I saw a lot of good horses and many old friends here today.
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-- Dark Hollow Farm's and William Beatson's Not For Love colt out of Nin Two, who also produced 2003 Lane's End Stakes (G2) winner New York Hero.
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--Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Wright's Not For Love colt out of Fit to Fight mare Fittingly Proud.
--Edward F. Turner's homebred filly by Allen's Prospect out of the winning Diamond Shoal (GB) mare Passionately.
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Full brother to Smuggler exported to Argentina
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Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
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Argentine-based Haras Don Arcangel recently purchased Manipulator, a full brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner and Acorn Stakes (G1) runner-up Smuggler, from the Phipps Stable with plans to race or stand the son of Unbridled when the Southern Hemisphere season opens later this year.
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"We elected him for his exceptional bloodlines," said Pablo Francisco Pablo, a representative of Haras Don Arcangel."We still have not determined whether we'll race him or stand him this season."
Smuggler is one of the country's leading three-year-old fillies with four wins in six career starts, including a victory over Spun Sugar and Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Summerly in the Mother Goose on June 26 at Belmont Park.
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Also trained by McGaughey, Smuggler is scheduled to start next in the Coaching Club American Oaks (G1) on July 23 at Belmont.-Michael Burns
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The National Thoroughbred Racing Association's co-op radio advertising campaign "And They're Off" won a Gold Lion Award at the International Advertising Festival in Cannes, France.
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Seeking Daylight to shuttle to South America
Maryland Stallion Station's Seeking Daylight will shuttle to Haras la Providencia SA in Argentina in mid-July for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.
A son of Seeking the Gold out of the stakes winning Steady Growth mare Play All Day, Seeking Daylight won four of seven career races including the 2002 Brooklyn Handicap (G2) at Belmont Park.His first foals arrived this year.
Seeking Daylight comes from a rich female family, as his second dam Playful Spirit was a stakes placed half-sister to Canadian champion Izvestia.
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Thoroughbred Charities, a non-profit organization based in Delaware and Kentucky, distributed more than $1.2-million in grants in 2005 and more than $10-million during its 15-year existence.
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Berkey Bloodstock, agent for C. Chinnici, purchased the colt, named Immeasureable Force, who breezed one furlong in :10.40 on Monday during Barretts' under tack show.
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Marcelo Polanco purchased the colt, named Lots to Do, for $55,000.
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A colt from the first crop of two-time Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) winner Tiznow brought $74,000 on Tuesday to top the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic sale of two-year-olds in training and horses of racing age.
EQB Inc. bought the colt out of Grade 3 winner Scratch Paper, by Notebook, from the consignment of Ciaran Dunne's Wavertree Stables Inc., agent.
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The median was $10,000 and the buyback
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