Smart Bid Returns To Route

Written by hwadmin on January 16, 2010

{jcomments on}In April, Smart Bid looked like a contender for the 1 1/4 miles Grade I Secretariat at Arlington Park after his slowly-gaining second place finish in the G III Transylvania Stakes at Keeneland. After the Transylvania, the 3-year-old Smart Strike runner missed seven months because of a bone chip in his ankle. Kiss the

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Keg Of Dynamite

Written by hwadmin on January 15, 2010

{jcomments on}We had a 5 year old gray filly stabled at our barn yesterday while she waited for a Sallee van to take her to Kentucky.  They kindly donated a trip as she was on her way to her final home, the Thoroughbred Retirement Center, Old Friends.  Her story thankfully has a happy ending but

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Turf Melody: Trunk Always Packed

Written by hwadmin on January 14, 2010

Delaware Park. Colonial Downs. Arlington Park. Woodbine. Keeneland. Laurel. Remington Park. Sounds like a list of random racetracks to anyone if read aloud. If you ask anyone close to Turf Melody, they will tell you its a listing of tracks the young 3-year-old has visited in his first seven starts. The Maria’s Mon colt looks to make

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Zilva Back In Action

Written by hwadmin on January 8, 2010

{jcomments on}Augustin Stable’s Zilva is all set to run in Sunday’s Santa Ysabel (Grade 111) at Santa Anita.  This will be her first start since her unlucky trip in the Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies (Grade 1).  Rafael Bejerano will ride.

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Etc…

Written by hwadmin on January 3, 2010

Gulfstream 2010 is here The Hallandale Beach track opens its gates on Sunday January 3 with the feature the Grade III Hal’s Hope featuring Florida Derby champion Quality Road. Heading to the starting gate for Herringswell is Desertstormelite. The daughter of Chester House races for Mitchell Ranch in the fifth race, a $50,000 claimer on

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Priscilla Graham’s Hat Trick

Written by hwadmin on December 22, 2009

Naturally, fresh out of Turf Melody’s win in the $200,000 Springboard Mile, minds begin to wonder. Anytime a 2-year-old wins a race, whether a maiden, allowance ,or stakes minds of the connections start to imagine. Imagine the possibilities.   Two days after her Maria’s Mon juvenile captured his first stakes, first time starter Dandy Waltz

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Turf Melody Makes The Trek Worth It

Written by hwadmin on December 14, 2009

Turf Melody made the trip from Fair Hill to Churchill Downs, like many Herringswell runners have throughout the Fall meeting at the Louisville track. Unlike the others, the 2-year-old used the Churchill as a pit-stop.    After training at the site of the Kentucky Derby for three days, the Maria’s Mon colt ventured off to

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Top Winter Meets Only Weeks Away…

Written by hwadmin on December 10, 2009

  Nine stalls are locked in by Herringswell colored cross bars at Santa Anita. 20 (as of the moment) are secured at Palm Meadows. Both winter getaway locations are spots where the best of the best go when the northern temperature drops.   On the west coast, at “The Great Race Place”, nine serious bullets

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Refrigerated Sauce(y)

Written by hwadmin on December 4, 2009

The Times Square Ball dropped to ring in 2009. Then Barack Obama was sworn in as America’s first African American president. Quality Road won the Florida Derby. Hal Wiggins’ Rachel Alexandra began to dominate. Keeneland opened. Mine That Bird stunned in the Kentucky Derby. Rachel beat the Calvin Borel-less Mine That Bird in the Preakness.

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Miss Lombardi

Written by hwadmin on December 2, 2009

Lovely wanted her photo taken this morning!  She’s leaving this evening for a Stake at Turfway Park on Saturday.  She’s now seven and loves to train!  

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