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Thoroughbred People’s Equine Legends Series: Dr Fager

drfager4 While platoons of American Pharoah’s fans are converging on Coolmore’s Ashford Stud over the coming months and rightfully so, there was a horse in 1968 that accomplished a feat no other equine ever had before or likely ever will. According to his Hall of Fame jockey Braulio Baeza and his just as illustrious conditioner John Nerud, the son of 1951 Santa Anita Derby victor Rough’n Tumble could “run a hole in the wind” and was the “fastest horse to ever live.”

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While platoons of American Pharoah’s fans are converging on Coolmore’s Ashford Stud over t....



Stud Notes: 2013 Kentucky Derby Third Revolutionary’s First Winner a Stakes Winner

Revolutionary’s two-year old daughter Maiden Beauty lived up to her name on Sunday, July 15, when, in her debut start, she won the Lynnbrook S. for New York-breds at Belmont by 3 ¼ lengths. A $15,000 weanling at Fasig Tipton November and a $40,000 two-year old buy back at OBS April (though she worked 10 3/5), she defeated the favorite, Tossup, a $230,000 Keeneland September yearling by star sire Pioneer of the Nile.

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Revolutionary’s two-year old daughter Maiden Beauty lived up to her name on Sunday, July 15, ....



Stud Notes: Grade 1 Hopeful Victor Strong Mandate Gets His First Winner

Freshman sire Strong Mandate was bound to throw precocity. He himself won the Hopeful S.-G1 at two, and finished third in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile-G1. Though he underachieved at three, his pedigree is chock full of quality black type on his dams’ side, and sons of Tiznow continue to be well represented as sires.

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Freshman sire Strong Mandate was bound to throw precocity. He himself won the Hopeful S.-G1 at ....



Stud Notes: Spendthrift’s Young Guns – Golden Cents, Cross Traffic, Shakin It Up and Can The Man

Kudos to Spendthrift Farm for a stellar weekend. Its freshman sire Goldencents, twice winner of the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile-G1, looks more and more to be a chip off the old block, another Into Mischief in the making. His Bano Solo, a two-year old colt out of the Unbridled’s Song mare Royal Paradise, easily won the fifth race, a maiden special weight, at Churchill Downs on June 23.

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Kudos to Spendthrift Farm for a stellar weekend. Its freshman sire Goldencents, twice winner of....



Stud Notes: Flashback’s First Winner

Flashback stood his first season at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms, just outside of Lexington, Kentucky, and his book filled fast. I know, because I wanted to breed my Stormy Atlantic mare to him, but I was too late. The word was out that this was an exceptionally good-looking son of Tapit, and breeders were offered incentives to breed to him.

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Flashback stood his first season at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms, just outside of Lexington, Kentuck....



The Interviews: Legendary Jockey’s Agent Ron Anderson

RonAnderson After starting out in 1973, Ron Anderson soon became one of America's most successful and respected jockey's agents. World class riders including Gary Stevens, Jerry Bailey, Garrett Gomez and Joel Rosario have all utilized and benefited from Ron's services. Ron talked to Thoroughbred People.

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After starting out in 1973, Ron Anderson soon became one of America's most successful and resp....



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