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Breeders' Cup notes: The day begins with tragedy

3 November 2013 | 3:50 am Secret Compass falls and has to be put down in the Juvenile Fillies. Jockey John Velazquez is hospitalized and has his spleen removed. Saturday's Breeders' Cup started with a thud. Death and pain followed quickly. Thoroughbred horse racing is a thing of beauty. Also, occasionally, a sport of the ugly and nasty.,0,6957287.story?track=rss

Breeders' Cup 2013 Results: Top Winners Before Classic

3 November 2013 | 3:33 am The Breeders' Cup Classic from Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif. may be the crown jewel of the weekend with a $5 million prize, but plenty of quality races went down beforehand with some shocking results and big purses of their own. Of course no race can match the prestige of the Classic, but a win in the races beforehand in various conditions with certain restrictions still nets jockeys …

Breeders' Cup 2013 Results: Winner, Top Finishers and Order for Classic

3 November 2013 | 3:06 am Mucho Macho Man won the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic on Saturday evening at Arcadia, Calif.'s Santa Anita Park in a thrilling photo finish, capping off the lucrative race's 30th edition in dramatic style. Will Take Charge lived up to his name down the final stretch but fell just shy and was a nose behind in second place. Declaration of War finished in third just a head off the pace to round …

2013 Breeders' Cup Classic Results: Mucho Macho Man turns the …

3 November 2013 | 1:02 am Mucho Macho Man holds off Will Take Charge to win the Classic a year after losing a heart-breaker to Fort Larned.

2013 Breeders' Cup results: Mucho Macho Man wins Classic …

3 November 2013 | 12:55 am Mucho Macho Man came in with 7/2 odds and won the 2013 Breeders' Cup Classic in a close finish.

2013 Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint Results: Mizdirection owns the …

2 November 2013 | 9:25 pm Mizdirection adds another win over the Santa Anita downhill turf course to her resume and successfully defends her Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint title.


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    • Curator says:

      Gary Steven’s 50 years old, on Oxbow number 6. On January 3, 2013, Stevens revealed on HRTV that he was coming out of retirement to ride horses as a professional jockey again. He was named to ride a horse at Santa Anita Park on January 6. On January 12, 2013, Stevens won the first race of his comeback. It was an MSW event at Santa Anita Racetrack aboard the filly Branding, bred by Royal Pegasus Farm, Lexington, Kentucky.

      Stevens’ first graded stakes win of his comeback came in the 2013 San Marcos Stakes when he guided home Slim Shadey for the horse’s second win in that race.

      Stevens has been in the winner’s circle three times each at the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes. He won the Santa Anita Derby a record nine times, and he’s won eight Breeders’ Cup races, making him the fourth-leading money winner in Breeders’ Cup history so far. His mounts have collected over $221 million with 4,888 winners

      On May 18th 2013, Gary Stevens aboard Oxbow won the 138th Preakness Stakes, his third Preakness win. Preakness Results-

      Win ( 6 ) Oxbow – $32.80 – $12.00 – $6.80
      Plc ( 9 ) Itsmyluckyday – $7.80 – $6.80
      Shw ( 5 ) Mylute – $5.20
      $2 Ex ( 6-9 ) $301.40
      $2 Tri ( 6-9-5 ) $ 2,061.60
      $1 Super ( $1,817.80
      Also Ran ( in order )
      Will Take Charge
      Govenor Charlie
      Titletown Five

    • Curator says:

      Good article QK. Darley, Arrowfield and Team Valor are top notch to give Animal Kingdom the international exposure he deserves as a first year stallion. Animal Kingdom excelled in all type of surfaces, synthetics, grass/turf and dirt. I heard through the grapevine that Animal Kingdom will aboard a plane ride to Kentucky from Australia with Hard Spun, Street Cry, Lohnro and Medaglia D’oro when they come home from the southern breeding season. Darley is HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s global breeding operation which currently stands stallions in seven countries around the world.

      Darley in America is based at the historic Jonabell Farm, located in the bluegrass state of Kentucky and was purchased in 2001.

      Jonabell was founded in 1946 by renowned breeder John A. Bell III and has occupied its present location on Bowman Mill Road since 1954.

      The current roster of 14 stallions includes three of America’s most exciting sires, Street Cry, Bernardini and Medaglia d’Oro. Standing alongside them is Hard Spun, who has made a sensational start to his stud career, with his daughter Questing being crowned Eclipse Champion three-year-old filly of 2012. Street Cry’s dual G1-winning son Street Boss, whose first crop are now three, has also made a promising start, with a Breeders’ Cup Juvenile third already to his name.

      Australian Champion and leading sire Lonhro began shuttling to Jonabell in 2012 and has already proved very popular with breeders. Any Given Saturday, a contemporary of Hard Spun on the track who took the Haskell by four-and-a-half lengths, is now the sire of many top performers, including the phenomenal filly Princess Arabella. Top-rated miler Discreet Cat has also made a strong start at stud and is proving to be a great source of precocious racehorses.

      In addition, leading sires Elusive Quality and Quiet American (who is fast establishing himself as an outstanding broodmare sire) continue to sire top-class runners year after year. Street Cry’s multiple Group winner and $2 million two-year-old Desert Party, who together with Midshipman and Regal Ransom has his first yearlings in 2013, joins A.P. Indy’s G1-winning son Girolamo at Sequel Stallions in New York in 2013.

      In addition to standing stallions, Darley also manages the racing interests of Sheikh Mohammed and various members of the Maktoum family, and has racehorses with various trainers in the UK, Ireland, France, the United States, Australia and Japan. The best of these horses will transfer to Godolphin, to race in the famous blue silks that have been carried to victory in numerous G1 races across the globe.

      Animal Kingdom is in good hands, looking forward to seeing his babies someday. 🙂

  • Sandra S. says:

    Who Would You Like To See In The Horse Racing Hall Of Fame? Ten nominated to Hall of Fame- Five jockeys, four Thoroughbreds, and one trainer comprise the 10 finalists on the National Museum of Racing’s 2013 Hall of Fame ballot, as selected by the Hall of Fame Nominating Committee. The candidates are: jockeys Chris Antley, Calvin Borel, Garrett Gomez, Craig Perret, and Alex Solis; Thoroughbreds Ashado, Housebuster, Invasor, and Lure; and trainer Gary Jones.

    Hall of Fame voters may select as many candidates as they believe are worthy of induction to the Hall of Fame. The four candidates with the highest vote totals will be elected.
    Awesome answer Blue Jay 🙂

    • Curator says:

      Lure (foaled 1989) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred and owned by Claiborne Farm in Paris, Kentucky, he is a son of the leading stallion Danzig, who in turn was sired by Hall of Famer and prominent sire Northern Dancer. He was out of the mare Endear by another Hall of Famer, Alydar.

      Trained by Shug McGaughey, Lure is best known as the turf racing specialist who won back-to-back runnings of the Breeders’ Cup Mile (at Gulfstream Park in 1992 and at Santa Anita Park in 1993). After winning three graded stakes races in 1994, Lure returned to again compete in the Breeders’ Cup Mile but finished ninth. He was then retired to stand at stud at Claiborne Farm and in 2004 was pensioned due to poor fertility.

      GARRETT GOMEZ learned to ride by watching his father, Louie, who was a jockey at many tracks in the Southwest United States. When Gomez was in the tenth grade, he dropped out of school to start his career as a jockey, and began riding at Santa Fe Downs in New Mexico in September 1988, picking up his first victory at that venue aboard Furlong Circle.

      After a stint riding on the California Fair Circuit, Gomez switched his tack to the Midwest and rode at Ak-Sar-Ben and Fonner Park in Nebraska. Gomez was the second leading apprentice rider in 1989, racking up 182 winners.

      In the mid 1990s, Gomez’s career began to take off. He won back-to-back runnings of the Arkansas Derby in 1994 (with Concern) and 1995 (with Dazzling Falls). Two years later, he captured the “Mid-America Triple” at Arlington Park by winning the American Derby, Arlington Classic, and his first Grade I, the Secretariat Stakes, all aboard Honor Glide.

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