Bethel Wildcat

Written by Sue Kenny on October 21, 2016

It was an emotional win yesterday I’m sure for Dr. Stuart Brown when his homebred Bethel Wildcat won his very first race, at his home track of Keeneland no less.    He’s named after his favorite basketball team the Kentucky Wildcats and he and his late wife bred him.  Congratulations. Discreet Cat Colt Speedy In Keeneland

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Ascend Wins Fourth Race

Written by Sue Kenny on October 20, 2016

Ascend has now won half of his races this year which brings his tally to four.  He is four years old now and although he ran consistently at three (he didn’t run as a two year old), he has really come into his own this year.  The win was at Keeneland where he won in

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Irish Strait By Eight

Written by Sue Kenny on October 18, 2016

Actually it was eight and a half lengths he won by.   It was the first time he’d run on dirt as the turf race at Park was ‘off the turf’ so it was unknown how he would handle it.  Obviously he handled it well, notched his fourth win and congratulations to owner and breeder Isabelle

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Written by Sue Kenny on October 15, 2016

Another story of total patience by everyone.  A big horse by Bellamy Road he ran once as a two year old and twice as a three year old.  He had various problems, mostly due to his size, but he’s back and ran last night for the first time as a four year old and won

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Miss Ella Grade III

Written by Sue Kenny on October 14, 2016


Gorgeous, sweet Miss Ella, the first foal of gorgeous, sweet Sweet Tune (I know I’ve mentioned that before!) won her first Graded Stakes today, the Grade III Buffalo Trace at Keeneland.  She was a little far back but made her move before the turn and went for home in the stretch, thankfully holding off the

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