(L-R): Sheikh Mohammed  bin Rashid al Maktoum and agent Anthony Stroud at the Keeneland September Sale

Bull Market Carries On at Keeneland

Topped by a $4.1 million Curlin colt bought by Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin, the bull continued to run at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale when the Sept. 10 second session was a continuation of Monday’s strong opener.


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Spanish Mission, Edisa Prevail in Turf Triple Finale

Spanish Mission earned automatic berth in Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1T). More…

Social Paranoia Scores in Dueling Grounds Derby

Princesa Carolina captured first stakes win in Dueling Grounds Oaks. More…

Zulu Alpha Shines on Record Day at Kentucky Downs

Longshots Steal Juvenile Stakes at Arlington

Totally Boss Makes the Grade in Runhappy Turf Sprint

Marconi Takes Grand Prix American Jockey Club

Cambria Prevails in Kentucky Downs Juvenile Turf Sprint

Turf War Gets First Stakes Win in Christiecat

Get Western Gets First Stakes Win in Old Friends

Qurbaan Repeats in Bernard Baruch Handicap

Basin Draws Off to Easy Hopeful Stakes Victory

Spun to Run, Pure Sensation Earn Graded Wins at Parx

Hello Youmzain Dominates Sprint Cup

Moonhak Chief Surges to Korea Cup Victory

Circus Maximus Survives Inquiry to Win Prix du Moulin

Savarin and Ecrivain Set Up for Arc Day Juvenile Crowns


Inspecting stock at the Keeneland September Sale

Bar Set High for Keeneland September Sale

Off a 2018 auction that produced a double-digit gain in gross receipts and record average price, the bar has been set high for Keeneland’s September Yearling Sale that will be renewed for the 76th time from Sept. 9-22


Davant Latham inspects a yearling at the Claiborne Farm consignment to the Keeneland September Sale

Latham Plays the Endurance Game at Keeneland September

Bloodstock agent Davant Latham spoke with BloodHorse MarketWatch about how he navigates the two-week sale, the challenges of buying at the top end, and the horses who have left an indelible impression on his memory.


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Hall of Fame Jockey Randy Romero Dies at 61

From 1985-89 alone, his mounts earned more than $35 million. More…

Preservationist Prevails in Woodward

Son of Arch finished fourth last out in Whitney Stakes (G1). More…

Nucky Scores by Daylight in Rough Del Mar Futurity

Possibility of One Starting Gate for Derby Praised

Bast Dazzles in Del Mar Debutante

Basin Draws Off to Easy Hopeful Stakes Victory

CDI Opts Not to Apply for Arlington Casino License

NBC Plans Coverage From Belmont Park Sept. 7

Perfect Alibi Scores First Grade 1 Win in Spinaway

Trappe Shot Latest Sire Heading to Turkey