Tracking Barbaro's Brothers posts tagged "lentenor"

It Is Official: La Ville Rouge in Foal to Dynaformer

In a press release announcing that Dynaformer continues to perform well at stud at age 25, Robert B. Clay's Three Chimneys Farm noted that one of the 54 mares in foal from this year's breeding season is La Ville Rouge, the dam of Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro and his full siblings Nicanor and Lentenor.... Read More

Take a Look at Yearling Brother to Barbaro, Nicanor, Lentenor

For those of you wanting more of a diversion this Preakness week, take a look at the exclusive photo taken by Anne Eberhardt of the yearling full brother to Barbaro, Nicanor, and Lentenor. The colt, sired by Dynaformer and produced from La Ville Rouge, as have been all the brothers, was foaled at Mille Ridge Farm on March 10, 2009.... Read More

Lentenor Runs Fourth in Florida Derby

Lentenor experienced the first unplaced finish of his career when he rallied mildly at the rail and hit the wire in fourth in the March 20 Florida Derby (gr. I) at Gulfstream Park. Hopes were high for the son of Dynaformer, who is best known as the full brother to 2006 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) winner Barbaro. Facing 10 rivals and going off at odds of 10-1 in the Florida Derby... Read More

Lentenor 6-1 Morning Line Odds in Florida Derby

Although we have not seen the overnights, trainer Michael Matz said Wednesday that Lentenor will attempt to duplicate the feat or his full brother by winning the Florida Derby. Matz said he opted to enter the son of Dynaformer-La Ville Rouge in Saturday's race at Gulfstream Park over the Wood Memorial at Aqueduct on April 3. Both are grade I races.... Read More

Once Again, La Ville Rouge Bred to Dynaformer

La Ville Rouge, whose previous matings to the hot sire Dynaformer produced Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro and his winning brothers Lentenor and Nicanor, was bred Feb. 23 to the Three Chimneys stallion in another attempt to produce success on the racetrack.... Read More

Shine Time for Lentenor

As Lentenor continues to work through his conditions, his entry in a $48,000 allowance that is the Wednesday, Feb. 17, feature at Gulfstream Park looks to be a stiff test.... Read More

Jacksons Encouraged by 2009 Developments

Roy and Gretchen Jackson, who raced Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro and are continuing that horse’s legacy with his full siblings at the track, were encouraged by the developments over the last year and are looking forward to 2010.... Read More

Lentenor Second in Second Start

If his progress so far is any indication, Lentenor should graduate into the winner's ranks with his next start after finishing second in his second start in Aqueduct's third race Saturday.... Read More

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