Carolina Days: Photos from Camden, SC

Written by Maggie Kimmitt on January 24, 2016

Check out the PHOTO GALLERY tab for the latest pics from our new winter digs at the beautiful Camden Training Center in South Carolina.  

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Sneaky Fair

Written by Sue Kenny on January 11, 2016

First time starter Sneaky Fair won like a pro at Laurel today on the first really cold day of the winter we’ve had.  It was an easy win for this daughter of Elusive Quality out of a Sadler’s Wells mare.  Congratulations to owners and breeders Wertheimer et Frere.

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Two runners and two winners today

Written by Sue Kenny on January 9, 2016

We’ve been very quiet recently with runners and today the two that ran were both winners.  Envision Success kicked off at Laurel this afternoon and Jolity completed the double tonight at Penn National.  The favorites in both races mirrored them as both finished in second place.  Congratulations to Albert Frassetto for Envision Success and George

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Stupefaction

Written by Sue Kenny on December 27, 2015

4, 3, 2, 1 – not necessarily in that order but the 1 was today at Laurel!  Congratulations to Wertheimer et Frere, owners and breeders of their two year old filly Stupefaction who is by Elusive Quality out of a daughter of Halfbridled, who of course won the Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies.

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Half To Animal Kingdom Wins On Debut In Japan

Written by Sue Kenny on December 27, 2015

Animal Kingdom with John Velazquez up wins the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Louisville KY. May 7, 2011. Credit: Alex Evers/EquiSport Photos

Fantastic timing, with the Magic Million sale in Australia coming up showcasing Animal Kingdom’s first yearlings. Animal Kingdom has a half-brother making waves in Japan. The 2-year-old son of Deep Impact, named Satono Kingdom, took his debut victory decisively by 1 1/4 lengths at Nakayama, according to The Racing Post. The colt is conditioned by

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