Recent Winners

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Paddy Loves the Green

Having finally cleared some matings – late Southern Hemisphere and very early Northern Hemisphere – off the desk, and taken our nose out of the middle of the 1300 or so strong catalog two of Keeneland... Read More

Juvenile Oasis

We mentioned in an earlier post that the crack two-year-old and sprinter Oasis Dream has several talented middle-distance runners, including top four-year-old filly Midday. However, he can still get the... Read More

Rip Van Winkle Reawakens

After a deliberately low-key start to a season timed to peak for late summer and fall, Rip Van Winkle returned to his best to win a very strong renewal of the Juddmonte International (gr. I) over the title... Read More

Two-Year-Olds Taking Position

Despite the colossal natural talent that he obviously was, the pedigree of Bellamy Road ( TrueNicks , SRO ) didn’t make him a natural commercial sire, nor an obvious sire of precocious two-year-olds (he... Read More

Wasted Tears Stars on Grassy Weekend

It was only by a nose, but Wasted Tears took her most recent winning streak to seven in the John C. Mabee Handicap (gr. II). Taking out one unplaced effort on the dirt, she actually has a ten race undefeated... Read More

Makfi Magnifique

Dubawi (IRE) ( TrueNicks , SRO ) was a horse very well-suited by some give in the ground, a point underlined by his win in the 2005 renewal of the Prix Jacque Le Marois (gr. I) at Deauville. That the same... Read More

Playing the Blame Game

Other work pressures have kept us off the blogosphere for most of this week, but we've finally found a minute or two for some pedigree notes on last week's stakes winners. Last year, after his win in the... Read More

Here's Lookin At You

Judging by the style of his victory in the Haskell Invitational Handicap (gr. I), Lookin At Lucky (by Smart Strike ( TrueNicks , SRO ) out of Private Feeling by Belong to Me ( TrueNicks , SRO ), and TrueNicks... Read More

Luen Yat Forever Heading Home

Having established himself as the dominant horse in Macau – where he became the first Triple Crown winner – Luen Yat Forever is set to return to his homeland, Australia, to tackle top-class opposition... Read More

Dansili Redux

Following on from Alan Porter's post on the continued success of Dansili , here is a look at his offspring's stakes results over the last two months. Winning distances range from six to 16 furlongs and... Read More

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