BLOODHORSE WEEK IN REVIEW

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Winx Unlikely to be Covered This Season

Superstar mare lost her first foal by I Am Invincible this year. More…

Into Mischief Breaks Single-Season Earnings Record

Spendthrift Farm’s marquee sire has $19,994,720 in progeny earnings through Nov. 22. More…

Authentic and Into Mischief Get $1 Million Bump

Trainer VanMeter to Take Down Shingle

Graded Stakes Winner Mr. Monomoy Retired

McGaughey Readies the ‘First Team’ for Grade 1 Stakes

Calumet Homebred Bravazo Returns Home for Stud Career

First 2021 Kentucky Derby Future Wager Opens Nov. 26

Woodbine Declares Nov. 22 to be Final Day of 2020 Meet

Life Is Good, Brattle House Impressive in Debuts

TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS

Into Mischief Breaks Single-Season Earnings Record

Spendthrift Farm’s Into Mischief broke the single-season progeny earnings record for a North American sire set by Gainesway’s Tapit in 2016 when his son Life Is Good won his debut at Del Mar Nov. 22. Into Mischief’s earnings now total $19,994,720.

 

BLOODHORSE RACING RECAP

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Ride a Comet Beats Pink Lloyd in Kennedy Road

Casse-trained half brother to Tapwrit captures grade 2 sprint stakes at Woodbine. More…

Funny Guy Kicks Home in NYSSS Thunder Rumble

Espresso Shot wins the NYSSS Staten Island division for fillies and mares. More…

Golden Sixty, Furore, Hot King Prawn Win in Hong Kong

Gran Alegria Lands Mile Championship

Field Pass Runs Down Rivals in Ontario Derby

Artie’s Princess Holds On to Win Bessarabian

Finite Returns to Winning Ways in Chilukki

North Dakota Scripts Winning Story in Red Smith

Extra Hope Breaks Through in Native Diver

Simsir Lands Bahrain International  

Red River Rebel First Black-Type Winner for Reload

Trainer Glatt Scores 1,000th Career Win

Trainer Stites Saddles 2,000th Winner

Trainer McMahon Reaches 1,000-Win Milestone

Late-Season Marvel Merveilleux Shines at Woodbine

Peters, Pike, Williams Pair Win Third Straight Railway

TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS

McGaughey Readies the ‘First Team’ for Grade 1 Stakes

For trainer Shug McGaughey, the final increasingly chilly weeks of 2020 in Kentucky and New York could be his most productive of the year and feature the kind of top-level success that seemed destined to happen much earlier in the year.

 

BLOODHORSE WEEK IN REVIEW

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Derby Competitor Winning Impression Injured, Euthanized

He took an awkward step in a Nov. 12 race and broke down while being pulled up. More…

Clenbuterol Found in 77% of Indicted Trainers’ Horses

Clenbuterol is used for respiratory ailments but has muscle-development properties. More…

Serengeti Empress Arrives at Taylor Made Farm

Churchill Downs Suspends Turf Racing Through Nov. 22

Claiborne Sets Fee for Runhappy at $10,000

Authentic’s Classic Time Changed, Still Track Record

Sackatoga Stable Plans for Tiz The Law’s 2021 Campaign

Football Legend, Horse Owner Hornung Dies at 84

Castellano to Have Hip Surgery, Will Miss 6-8 Weeks

Asmussen Stars at Fair Grounds for Training This Fall

TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS

The American Pharoah colt consigned as Hip 244B was the co-highest-priced weanling of the Keeneland November Sale

Resiliency, Quality Horses Drive November Market

Buoyed by a resilient international buyer base and a broad base of quality offerings, the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale ended Nov. 18 with a 7.9% decline in average price and a $25,000 median that was equal to 2019.