Breeders' Cup

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Point of Entry Comes Back Strong

Point of Entry wins the Gulfstream Park Turf (Photo: Adam Coglianese) The program was set up with the idea that it would have to be aggressive, with only one goal—the Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT)—in mind... Read More

The Joy of Kittens

“Winner’s circle; Ken Ramsey speaking.” Ken Ramsey’s greeting on the phone shortly after Kitten Kaboodle’s victory in the Jessamine Stakes pretty much summed up the amazing run of victories he’s been on... Read More

Awaiting a Breeders' Cup 'Big Board'

There were interesting developments Oct. 7, with Churchill Downs announcing plans for the "big board" for Oaks and Derby days, and enlightening presentations at the International Simulcast Conference on... Read More

Private Zone Gears Up for Cup

For the full magazine version of this story, check out the Sept. 21 issue of The Blood-Horse. They called him the "Panamaniac," an erratic runner who propped, wheeled, and zig-zagged his way across the... Read More

No Breeders' Cup for Princess?

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Princess of Sylmar wins the Kentucky Oaks (photo: Anne M. Eberhardt) The best 3-year-old filly in the country might run the race... Read More

Wise Dan an Efficient Machine

It is looking more and more as if Wise Dan will remain doing what he’s been doing best and will not venture back on the dirt for the Breeders’ Cup Classic. There had been talk about a possible start in... Read More

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