All blog posts tagged "Zenyatta"

A Fast, But Oddly Paved Road

With all the talk surrounding the Zenyatta – Blame Horse of the Year battle, the brilliant, but sometimes strange career of Quality Road has unfortunately faded from public consciousness, due in good part... Read More

Researching A Race Horse?

By Adam Spradling, Web Producer, Digital Designer and Blogger at The Blood-Horse. BloodHorse.com offers a deep pool of tools to use if you are trying to research a current race horse. Especially if the... Read More

Zenyatta Has Visitors

Zenyatta’s California connections came to visit on Dec. 20 at Lane’s End Farm near Versailles, Ky. Zenyatta responded to all of her visitors and especially groom Mario Espinoza and trainer John Shirreffs... Read More

A Response to "I Lied"

The following essay by retired Quebec English teacher Abigail Anderson was written in response to my last blog on Zenyatta. Although it is quite long, it is so brilliantly written and researched I felt... Read More

Zenyatta at Lane's End

Zenyatta. A big, beautiful mare. Dappled out, the champion is relaxed in her new surroundings at Lane’s End Farm near Versailles, Ky. She has been handwalked daily since her arrival. On December 9, for... Read More

I lied

I stated in my last blog that it would be the last one on Zenyatta. Well, now that her farewell appearances at Hollywood and Keeneland have come and gone, I have discovered the Zenyatta reservoir is a... Read More

New Careers for Big Stars

Racing is close to finishing up for the year. Lots of potential broodmares and stallions are retiring to start new careers. After a quick break for Thanksgiving, I went to Churchill for the Clark Handicap... Read More

The Journey Ends

Yes, there is room for one final Zenyatta column. Farewells have a way of inspiring them. On Sunday, Hollywood Park will become racing’s mecca, as fans of all ages bow and pray in their own manner to a... Read More

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