TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS


at Keeneland September sale yearlings in Lexington, KY on September 19, 2020.

KY Yearling Sales Gross Down a Third Through Book 3

Through the best eight days of North American yearling sales there are going to be this year, namely Fasig-Tipton’s two-day Yearling Showcase and Keeneland September Books 1-3, the effect of 2020 on the North American yearling sales is pretty clear.

Starship Jubilee Beats Boys in Woodbine Mile

Kevin Attard (center) greets Starship Jubilee after her Woodbine Mile victory at Woodbine

Starship Jubilee stepped out of her division and beat the boys Sept. 19 in the CA$1 million Ricoh Woodbine Mile (G1T) at Woodbine. The eight-horse field included 2019 Preakness Stakes (G1) winner War of Will, who finished third as the 2-1 favorite.

War of Will Seeks to Wow Them in Woodbine Mile

War of Will trains Sept. 15 leading up to the Woodbine Mile

War of Will Seeks to Wow Them in Woodbine Mile

After spending 2019 on the Triple Crown trail, winning the Preakness Stakes (G1), War of Will is following the green, the money and the surface, this year. He runs in the Sept. 19 Ricoh Woodbine Mile (G1T).

BLOODHORSE BREEDERS CUP

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Breeders’ Cup Plans Keeneland Return; No Fans for 2020

The 2020 event, worth $31 million in purses, will be run without fans. More…

War of Will Seeks to Wow Them in Woodbine Mile

Shirl’s Speight, Starship Jubilee, March to the Arch are three of his seven foes. More…

Maximum Security Retains Top Rating in BC Classic Ranks

Thunder Moon Rockets to National Stakes Score

Breeze Easy Doubles at KY Downs With Imprimis, Outadore

KY Downs Ladies Sprint Not Too Short for Got Stormy

Champers Elysees Claims Debut Group 1 in Matron

O’Brien Salutes Magical After Epic Ghaiyyath Battle

Con Te Partiro Bound for Breeders’ Cup, Keeneland Sale

TAA is Official Breeders’ Cup Aftercare Partner

Preakness or Keeneland Race Next for Swiss Skydiver

This Week’s Schedule of Racing on Radio, Television

TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS

Bids from the internet come in at the Keeneland September Sale

Keeneland September Enters New Realm With Book 2

The Keeneland September Yearling Sale entered a new realm and price point during the Sept. 16 session that began Book 2 after a one-day break in the action that followed the two-day Book 1 in which 14 horses were sold for seven figures.

BLOODHORSE WEEK IN REVIEW

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Breeders’ Cup Plans Keeneland Return; No Fans for 2020

The 2020 event, worth $31 million in purses, will be run without fans. More…

Honor A. P. Retired to Stud at Lane’s End

Colt exited Kentucky Derby (G1) with an injury; will arrive at Lane’s End Sept. 15. More…

Monomoy Girl, Midnight Bisou, Uni to Fasig-Tipton

Attitude is Everything for First Crop by Arrogate

Tapit Colt Brings $2 Million to Top Keeneland Book 1

Speedway Stables Lands $1.25M American Pharoah Colt

Ahmed Zayat Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Protection

Quality Road Filly Tops Fasig-Tipton Opener

Honor A. P. Settles In at Lane’s End

Whisper Hill Lands $1.1M Half Sister to Constitution

BLOODHORSE TRIPLE CROWN UPDATES

Anne M. Eberhardt

Stablemates Authentic, Maximum Security Top NTRA Polls

Bob Baffert trains Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Authentic, champion Maximum Security. More…

Honor A. P. Retired to Stud at Lane’s End

Colt exited Kentucky Derby (G1) with an injury; will arrive at Lane’s End Sept. 15. More…

Preakness: No More ‘Maryland, My Maryland’

Oct. 3 Preakness Stakes to Take Place Without Fans

MyRacehorse Breaks New Ground in Thoroughbred Ownership

What’s Going On Here: Delayed Gratification

Month of Rest Planned for Finnick the Fierce

TODAYS BLOODHORSE NEWS

The War Front colt consigned as Hip 240 heads to the ring before failing to meet its reserve Sept. 14 at the Keeneland September Sale

Premier Kentucky Yearling Market Strong, But Down

In spite of the tremendous momentum at the end of Keeneland Book 1, and the herculean efforts by the sales companies, consignors, and buyers to create a viable marketplace despite COVID-19, the results are inevitably down from the past few years

BLOODHORSE RACING RECAP

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Mighty Heart Leads Throughout in Queen’s Plate Romp

The homebred son of Dramedy won the Sept. 13 running of the biggest race in Canada. More…

Grand Prix Win Could Make Mogul an International Player

Mogul was a third straight winner of the race for trainer Aidan O’Brien. More…

Search For A Song Repeats in Irish St. Leger

Thunder Moon Rockets to National Stakes Score

Breeze Easy Doubles at KY Downs With Imprimis, Outadore

Arklow Captures Kentucky Turf Cup for Second Time

KY Downs Ladies Sprint Not Too Short for Got Stormy

Rideforthecause Upsets Cambier Parc in Canadian

Regal Glory Catches Mitchell Road in Ladies Turf

Galileo Chrome Turns to Gold in St. Leger

Champers Elysees Claims Debut Group 1 in Matron

O’Brien Salutes Magical After Epic Ghaiyyath Battle

Anothertwistafate Rolls in Longacres Mile Handicap

Moon Over Miami, Micheline Take Kentucky Downs Stakes

Ramsey Solution the Correct Answer in Tapit Stakes

Flavius Sets Track Record in Tourist Mile

Jackie’s Warrior Wires Hopeful Stakes

Dr. Schivel Sprints Home to Win Del Mar Futurity

Fire On Command is Firing Line’s First Winner

Barney Roy Gets Up in Grosser Preis von Baden

Tarnawa Produces Scintillating Display to Win Vermeille

No Catching Mizzen Beau in Bison City

Fierce Impact Claims Group 1 Mile Treble in Makybe Diva

Big Fish Steps Up to Take Del Mar Juvenile Turf

Happy Saver Remains Undefeated in Federico Tesio