Robert Evan’s Tonalist rallied late to edge Commissioner to win the June 7 Belmont Stakes (gr. I). California Chrome, bidding for the Triple Crown, finished in a dead-heat for fourth with Wicked Strong behind Medal Count. The 1 1/2-mile distance of the Belmont at Belmont Park has been “heartbreak highway” for 3-year-olds since Affirmed last won the Triple Crown 36 years ago in 1978. The time for the 12 furlongs was 2:28.52. Tonalist, a son of Tapit –Settling Mist, by Pleasant Colony, was bred in Kentucky by Woodslane Farm. WinStar Farm’s Commissioner went for the early lead from post 8 [More]
Get the latest headlines http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ In the past ten years the Grand National has claimed 155 fallers over 300 fences. Explore Aintree’s most…
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Full post-race reaction plus trainer and jockey interviews. Visit http://www.grand-national-race.co.uk for latest tips on Grand National 2013 Grand National 2012 – How they finished:- 1st – Neptune Collonges (33-1) 2nd – Sunnyhillboy (16-1) 3rd – Seabass (8-1 joint-favourite) 4th – Cappa Bleu (16-1) 5th – In Compliance 6th – Ballabriggs 7th – Hello Bud 8th – Tharawaat 9th – Shakalakaboomboom 10th – Swing Bill 11th – The Midnight Club 12th – Planet Of Sound 13th – Neptune Equester 14th – Calgary Bay 15th – Midnight Haze
The Richard Lee trained Mountainous lands the big one at Chepstow on Saturday. Could he emulate 1997 hero Earth Summit and go on to win the Grand National at…
Point Given, the beaten favorite in the Kentucky Derby (gr. I), redeemed himself two weeks later in the Preakness Stakes (gr. I), taking racing’s middle leg …
The full race coverage and commentary of the 2012 Grand National. Visit http://www.grand-national-race.co.uk for latest tips on Grand National 2013. Grand National 2012 – How they finished:- 1st – Neptune Collonges (33-1) 2nd – Sunnyhillboy (16-1) 3rd – Seabass (8-1 joint-favourite) 4th – Cappa Bleu (16-1) 5th – In Compliance 6th – Ballabriggs 7th – Hello Bud 8th – Tharawaat 9th – Shakalakaboomboom 10th – Swing Bill 11th – The Midnight Club 12th – Planet Of Sound 13th – Neptune Equester 14th – Calgary Bay 15th – Midnight Haze
Minister’s Heat, by Latent Heat out of Knotty Ash, trains at San Luis Rey Downs. This racehorse is managed by West Point Thoroughbreds horse racing syndicate…
Racehorse Colt by Ferocity. Syndicate shares available from Classic Bloodstock Services. www.classicbloodstock.com.au DANEHILL BLOOD AT ITS VERY BEST The colt on offer (a son of FEROCITY) was the second highest priced lot sold at the Magic Millions yearling sale of the 197 lots offered on the day that he was sold, and you only need to look at the photo of the colt to see why. There was no way we were going to leave the sales without this colt, as we consider him to be an exceptional prospect. We made the decision to attend the later session of the [More]
Colt by Bel Danoro from Minuette Bel Danoro is a young Group Stakes winning son of the mighty Danehill, and so impressed were we with the progeny of Bel Danoro that we purchased three of them, as we believe this young stallion possesses all of the attributes necessary to become a sire of Champions. Bel Danoro has retired to Vinery Stud, one of the most successful multi million dollar studs in Australia, which in itself says a great deal about what the Australian bloodstock Industry believes the future of these Bel Danoros to be, as only the very elite of [More]
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Nothing slowed Point Given, the prohibitive 6-5 favorite, in the 133rd running of the Belmont Stakes yesterday. Not the rambunctious Dr Greenfield, whose reluctance to load in the starting gate delayed the race. Not a soft pace set by the lone speed horse, Balto Star. And not a hustling move on the far turn by AP Valentine, the New York horse from a New York trainer, or a late one by the Kentucky Derby winner, Monarchos, who is conditioned by a Kentucky trainer. When Point Given barreled into the stretch all alone, the 73857 people at this grand racetrack on [More]
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Sunday Silence, who raised more questions than he answered when he beat Easy Goer by two and a half lengths in the Kentucky Derby two weeks ago, proved himself a worthy Triple Crown contender today by winning the 114th and closest Preakness Stakes ever at Pimlico Race Course. The blackish colt from California raced head and head with Easy Goer for the length of the stretch before regaining the lead in the final yards to win by a long nose. The last time a Preakness was decided in a photo finish was when Affirmed held off Alydar by a neck [More]
Foinavon Wins Grand National after Huge Pile Up Causes Race Shambles (1967). The 1967 Grand National was the scene of one the most notorious pile ups in Grand National history . Foinavon had odds of 100/1 to win the race. Even his owner Cyril Watkins did not bother to attend Aintree because the chances of a win were wholly improbable. As expected, Foinavon did not play a competitive part in the race until at the 23rd fence, a loose horse cut across the riders causing all the horses to either fall, unseat their riders or refuse to jump. Foinavon and [More]
Secretariat, Man O’ War and Citation were the only non-humans to make the top 100 athletes in the 20th Century. Secretariat was number 35, Man O’ War was number 84, and Citation was number 97 . See ESPN.com website espn.go.com Also visit my website for additional pictures of Secretariat will-may.com will-may.com Kentucky Derby Video will-may.com When God created the horse he said to the magnificent creature: “I have made thee as no other. All the treasures of the earth lie between thy eyes. Thou shalt carry my friends upon thy back. Thy saddle shall be the seat of prayers to [More]