Arch Of The Diver Wins On The Dirt

Arch Of The Diver started his campaign with us just a couple of months ago, winning on a muddy track at Saratoga.  It was originally scheduled for turf but taken off due to the ground.   He won that race by nine and half lengths.  Yesterday he ran against dirt horses on the dirt and wonContinue reading

Off The Bourbon

Fifth try a winner!  Off The Bourbon finally got her win on the last day of Delaware Park going six furlongs on the dirt, a surface she hadn’t tried before as she’s always run on the grass.  Wire to wire with pretty swift fractions!  Congratulations to Johnson Brothers Stable who bred her too.

Colonia Wins Grade 3 Pin Oak Valley View

Apart from the fact it’s always good to win a Graded Stake it’s also good to win the race sponsored by our long time owner Mrs. Josephine Abercrombie of Pin Oak Stud in Kentucky.   We’ve done it before and did it again today with Colonia.  An import from France earlier in the year she’s doneContinue reading

Point System Wins HBPA Stakes

She had been pointing towards the race last night for a while but when the entries came out she was second on the Also Eligible.  Graham took the chance and shipped her to Presque Isle anyway and it paid back two-fold as she got in at the very last moment before the cut-off time –Continue reading

Steamy Windows

This was just her second start, the first being on the grass at Belmont at the beginning of the month.  The Presque Isle Tapeta surface is one she has become familiar with at Fair Hill and she enjoyed her win last night by pulling away from the rest to win by one length.  Congratulations toContinue reading

Cairenn Wins The Shine Again Stakes

Cairenn won the Shine Again Stakes at Laurel today.    She’s been running very consistently in her last few Stake starts, finishing second or third so it was lovely for her to finally get her win.  Ridden confidently by Jorge Vargas, Jr. she won comfortably.  Congratulations to owners Heider Family Stables and Madaket Stable Photo byContinue reading

English Bee

Turf, turf, turf.  English Channel (pictured above) is the sire, Kitten’s Joy is the dams sire.  The breeding and the talent of English Bee computed very nicely at Presque Isle last night in his first start.  Breaking slowly he was behind most of the way but once he worked it out and got going heContinue reading

Top Czar

A late starter, not starting his career until this year when he is three, Top Czar went clear pretty much from the get go and won as he pleased by six lengths today at Laurel, being much the best horse in the race.  Congratulations to Albert Frassetto.

Malibu Dawn

With a promising second first time out at Delaware on the dirt Malibu Dawn made the trip to Canada to run on their dirt.  Very nice!  She controlled the pace most of the way to be hand ridden to the wire by Alan Garcia.  Another nice win for Sam Son Farm who bred her too.

Rugbyman Back On Track

Always a big horse and still growing, Rugbyman has a lot of talent but has not always had the luckiest of runs in his races.  Yesterday put the record straight and showed his talent as not having the best of starts, he got himself into the race, dueled towards the finish and won by twoContinue reading

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