Keeneland On Deck; New Ammo

Everyone’s favorite Spring season boutique meet is just two weeks away. The famed Lexington, KY oval is known for it’s unveiling of 2-year-olds, graded stakes and off-the-wall weather patterns. The three week Spring season is highlighted by four Grade I events. Those include the Central Bank Ashland, Vinery Madison, Maker’s Mark Mile and Toyota BlueContinue reading

She’s back!

Lightly raced Before Electricity who hasn’t run since the end of January last year came back from her long lay off with a bang today at Philadelphia Park on a sloppy track.  She raced mainly before on the Tapeta surface at Presque Isle Downs so this sloppy surface was new to her!  Congratulations to BushwoodContinue reading

True Zip

On a horrible rainy, sloppy day at Laurel True Zip got it done.  This was her first win this year, after winning at the back end of last year.  Congratulations to High Five Racing Stable.{jcomments on}

Vamos A Ver

Vamos A Ver was very well ridden by Daniel Centeno at Tampa this afternoon to take his second career win.  Laying in second position most of the way he was headed by another horse in the stretch but the jockey got after him and he ran on gamely.  Congratulations to George Strawbridge, Jr. {jcomments on}

Unlucky Apple Charlotte

Apple Charlotte just missed out on her first Graded Stake win yesterday in the Herecomesthebride Stakes (Grade III)  at Gulfstream Park.  She clipped heels on the final turn, Jeremy lost his irons and she still made up 5 lengths in the stretch to lose by just half a length.  This talented Smart Strike filly has goneContinue reading

Closer Look At A ‘Youthful’ Saturday

The first Saturday in March marks a big one for Herringswell Stables as 3-year-old stakes runners Apple Charlotte, Cat Park, Check The Label, Turf Melody and Zilva headline seven entrants. Our eyes will pin-ball from Aqueduct to Gulfstream to Santa Anita and then to Penn National as we look on our runners that all haveContinue reading


I just watched Sillium’s race at Penn National and talk about inhale the competition!  He had a bad break and was at least 12 lengths behind the leaders but before the turn he started to ‘eat’ them up!!  A little bother in the stretch didn’t deter him as he’s a big horse and he won onContinue reading

Augustin Fillies Featured In Racing’s Bible

Motion poised for a big day By Steve Andersen ARCADIA, Calif. – Saucey Evening and Smart Seattle may provide trainer Graham Motion with a breakthrough day at Santa Anita on Thursday. Motion’s small California stable has had one win from 12 starters this winter, but he could have a winner, or two, on Thursday forContinue reading

Herman Greenberg

One of Graham’s long-time owners Mr. Herman Greenberg passed away on Sunday.  He was a wonderful man who absolutely adored his horses and his racing.  Below is the published report from the Thoroughbred Times. Colonial Affair’s breeder Greenberg dies   Hermen Greenberg, who bred 1993 Belmont Stakes (G1) winner Colonial Affair and owned five-time stakes winnerContinue reading

Turf Melody Points To New York; Rcuandry Draws In

It was a busy morning on the scratch front for Herringswell Stables. Just one of the two important scratches was our horse. Turf Melody was scratched from today’s 7-furlong Miracle Wood in favor of the March 6 Gotham at Aqueduct in New York. The Maria’s Mon 3-year-old breezed 5-furlongs Saturday morning at Fair Hill inContinue reading

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