La Feve (FR)

First time running on a synthetic surface she seemed to love Woodbine’s today.  Always comfortable behind the leaders, a nice gap opened at the top of the stretch and once she started to idle a little she had some company that woke her up again to stride to the wire by three quarters of aContinue reading

King Zachary

What can we say?!  Smashing the 91 year old track record in yesterdays 1 3/4 mile Birdstone Stakes and winning by 8 1/2 lengths.  The Bloodhorse article below says it all but of course it goes without saying we are very proud of him. King Zachary Shatters Saratoga Track Record Photos by Adam Coglianese

Empressof The Nile

Having just her second start for us since joining our team in April Empressof The Nile got up in the final strides to win yesterday at Saratoga.  She last ran a credible fifth in the Grade 2 Dance Smartly at Woodbine and it set her up nicely for yesterdays race.  Congratulations to owners Madaket StablesContinue reading

King Of Egypt

First time starter King Of Egypt did not disappoint yesterday on the grass at Laurel.  He’s from the first crop of American Pharoah, quite a few of which surprising (or not) have taken well to the grass and the way he’s worked on the Fair Hill Tapeta made sense to make this the first surfaceContinue reading

Majestic Reason Does It Again

After having a nice two month break since her last race, Majestic Reason came back in full force yesterday to win at Laurel by three and three quarter lengths.  Previously a Stakes winner and Stakes placed this was an easier spot but she ran fresh and obviously enjoyed herself.  This was her fourth win fromContinue reading

Candy Store

His dam is our sweet Zucchini Flower who was not very big but all heart and was a multiple Stake winner for us.  Her son by Candy Ride won his first race last night as he must have got fed up with being second and third in his first few starts!   Now he’s got theContinue reading

Just Howard Wins Oceanport (Grade 3)

Everyone in the barn loves Just Howard.  He is not gelded but acts like one and is so easy to work with and just be around.  He must be one of the unluckiest in his races though as although he is nearly always placed it’s because he’s got into some kind of traffic that hasContinue reading

He’s No Lemon

He certainly is not!  He won his second race today at the Spa no less!  Last to first made it look even more impressive.  Congratulations to Alex Campbell, Jr., owner and breeder who had made the trip from Florida to see him.

Yeah Varenka!

After missing out on a Graded Stake score with Secret Message yesterday getting ‘stuck’ behind horses, Varenka made up for it today with a nice win in, not a Stake race but fillies who had been placed in Stake races.  Seems like she had to go 100 wide (probably just 6 wide)  on the turnContinue reading

Tobago Wins Second Race

Tobago seems to have found her niche sprinting, first on the all weather at Presque Isle last time out and yesterday on the turf at Laurel.   This was her second win from four starts and is a filly purchased by George Strawbridge, Jr. as a yearling.  As mentioned before she is a half sister toContinue reading

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