Fives Wild Again

Many times the breeding doesn’t run true to form and it seems this way with Fives Wild.  By Shanghai Bobby out of a Deputy Minister mare you would think dirt would be his surface but no, it’s turf.  This was his second win at Tampa this winter (he was compromised in his last start whenContinue reading


Running for the first time for us since arriving at the beginning of December from rehab and seven months since his last race, Autostrade made it a winning one.  Congratulations to owners Albert Frassetto in partnership with some new owners to us, Lindy Farms and John DAmato.

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Have you read our latest Newsletter?  If not, just follow the link below. Don’t forget to subscribe to be added to our mailing list. And be sure to check out the NEWSLETTERS tab (click on “News” above and follow the dropdown menu) for archived issues.   Herringswell Stables Newsletter February 5, 2019

Flying The Flag

Absolutely delighted for owners West Point Thoroughbreds, Spendthrift Farm and Chester Thoroughbreds as they have been very patient with this 4 year old son of Malibu Moon, out of Stakes winning mare Indian Breeze.  This was just his fifth start as he went to Florida last year and contracted pneumonia.  He was given almost nineContinue reading

He’s No Lemon

Nearly, nearly – there!  After a couple of races where he was improving his position at the end he finally made it.  One and three eighths miles seemed to be a nice distance for him and congratulations to owner and breeder Alex G. Campbell, Jr

More Mo

More Mo a nicely bred four year old by Uncle Mo won easily yesterday at Tampa for owner Alex G. Campbell, Jr.  Congratulations to him, and for yet another winner from his good broodmare band.

Go Si Que Es Buena

After her first introduction into American racing when she finished a very interested fourth in a Grade 3 at Aqueduct, she won her next Stake and bettered it today with a win in the Grade 3 La Prevoyante at Gulfstream on Pegasus Cup Day.  The rain had made the ground yielding but she’d run mostlyContinue reading

My Macho

After two previous starts My Macho found his feet on the Tampa turf yesterday to win by an ‘in hand’ one and a quarter lengths.  He is a half brother to Karlovy Vary, winner of the Ashland Stakes.  Congratulations to owner, breeder Alex G. Campbell, Jr.

English Bee

First, third, second and now first again in his fourth race over the mile distance, as was his previous win.  Always competitive at Gulfstream he proved he is right up there with the good ones today!  Grass bred true and true by English Channel out of a Kitten’s Joy mare.  Congratulations to Calumet Farm, ownersContinue reading

Regally Irish Scores For Mrs. De Tomaso

Mrs. De Tomaso has had a good week at Tampa with Irish Strait winning on Wednesday and Regally Irish, her two year old from the same family, winning today.  Regally Irish’s grandmother is Irish Strait’s mother so they are closely related and both like to bowl along in front and skip away when someone comesContinue reading

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