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The expensive Travel Column (Frosted) and regally bred Clairiere (Curlin), who finished one-two in the GII Golden Rod S., face off again Saturday at Fair Grounds in the GII Rachel Alexandra S., presented by Fasig-Tipton, which offers 50 points towards the GI Kentucky Oaks. Tabbed a ‘TDN Rising Star’ after an impressive score in her career bow sprinting at Churchill Sept. 4, the $850,000 FTSAUG purchase was third when trying two turns for the first time in Keeneland’s GI Darley Alcibiades S. Oct. 2. The gray was last seen rallying to victory in the Nov. 28 Golden Rod and has been working in company with champion juvenile colt Essential Quality (Tapit) leading up to this, most recently covering five furlongs in 1:00 3/5 (4/51) in NOLA Feb. 7.
“I loved her going into the race, I was concerned during the race, and I loved her even more after the race,” trainer Brad Cox said. “It was a little bit of a worry. We saw it in the Alcibiades too, she breaks a little slow and had to make a premature move. But once she gets going, she’s a really, really nice filly and she’s shown it time and again.”
The first foal out of MGISW Cavorting (Bernardini), Stonestreet homebred Clairiere made a powerful late run to win at first asking in a 1 1/16-mile test at Churchill Oct. 25 and came up just a length short in the Golden Rod.

“She’s a very good, lightly-raced filly with a huge pedigree,” conditioner Steve Asmussen said. “It’s the right spot to start her back and we’re really looking forward to it. But obviously we have our eye down the road [towards the Kentucky Oaks] with her too.”
Another of interest in this field is Cosmic Racing’s Zoom Up (Upstart), who is two-for-two over this track. Hitting the board in her first two tries in Kentucky last fall, the dark bay broke through in a local sprint Dec. 19 and followed suit with an optional claimer score Jan. 18.

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In the month since we last served up a TDN Kentucky Oaks Top 10, there have been a number of stakes for 3-year-old fillies, but not a lot of movement on our list. Sun Path (Munnings) drops off the list after a disappointing fourth-place finish in the Silverbulletday and we’ll wait to include Girl Daddy (Uncle Mo) until she has her first official workout in 2021. Moonlight d’Oro (Medaglia d’Oro) came out of last weekend looking like the top threat from the West after her win in the GIII Las Virgenes S., but has been sidelined with a knee chip. Charlie’s Penny (Race Day), the winner of the Silverbulletday S., is also off the trail after suffering a hairline fracture in her shin.Fair Grounds will host the GIII Rachel Alexandra S. Presented by Fasig-Tipton this Saturday, which features the return of the Brad Cox-trained Travel Column (Frosted). Meanwhile, the GII Davona Dale S., to be run Feb. 27 at Gulfstream, is shaping up as the best 3-year-old filly race so far this year with several members of the Top 10 slated to take part.
1) VEQUIST (Nyquist–Vero Amore, by Mineshaft)O-Gary Barber, Wachtel Stable & Swilcan Stable. B-Swilcan Stables (KY). T-Robert E. Reid, Jr. Sales History: $120,000 RNA ylg ’19 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: MGISW, 4-2-2-0, $1,235,500.Last Start: 1st GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, KEE, Nov. 6Accomplishments Include: 1st GI Spinaway S., SAR, Sept. 6, 2nd GI Frizette S., BEL, Oct. 10Next Start: GII Davona Dale S., GP, Feb. 27Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 24To the surprise of no one, Vequist was named the champion 2-year-old filly of 2020 when the Eclipse Awards were announced last month. She wrapped up the title when winning the GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies over rival Dayoutoftheoffice (Into Mischief). She’ll attempt to become the first horse to pull off the Breeders’ Cup-Kentucky Oaks double since Silverbulletday, the 1999 Oaks winner. After giving his filly some time off over the winter, trainer Butch Reid has started to get serious with her in the mornings. She’s had three listed workouts this year at Palm Meadows, the latest five furlongs in 1:00.95, and will breeze again Saturday. It won’t take long to tell how she has progressed since winning the Juvenile Fillies, as she will need to be at her very best to win what will be a loaded Davona Dale.

2) DAYOUTOFTHEOFFICE (Into Mischief–Gottahaveadream, by Indian Charlie)O-Blazing Meadows Farm & Siena Farm. B-Siena Farms (KY). T-Timothy Hamm. Lifetime Record: GISW, 4-3-1-0, $556,500.Last Start: 2nd GI Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, KEE, Nov. 6Accomplishments Include: 1st GI Frizette S., BEL, Oct. 10, 1st GIII Schuylerville S., SAR, July 16Next Start: UndecidedEquineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 18Dayoutoftheoffice returned to the Tampa Bay Downs barn of Tim Hamm last month and breezed five furlongs there Jan. 24 in 1:01. Hamm does most of his winning at B and C level tracks like Mahoning Valley, which makes him easy to root for when he goes up against the Bafferts and Pletchers of the world. Her team reports that they have yet to decide on this one’s next start. She hasn’t had a work since the Jan. 24 move, which is a concern, but the connections say the Oaks remains a goal.
3) TRAVEL COLUMN (Frosted–Swingit, by Victory Gallop)’TDN Rising Star’ O-OXO Equine. B-Mr. & Mrs. Bayne Welker, Jr. & Denali Stud (KY). T-Brad Cox. Sales History: $850,000 ylg ’19 FTSAUG. Lifetime Record: GSW & GISP, 3-2-0-1, $209,184.Last Start: 1st GII Golden Rod S., CD, Nov. 28Accomplishments Include: 3rd GI Darley Alcibiades S., KEE, Oct. 2Next Start: GII Rachel Alexandra S. presented by Fasig-Tipton, FG, Feb. 13Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 12Since his emergence as a top trainer, Brad Cox has always been loaded with 3-year-old filly talent and has won the  Kentucky Oaks twice in the last three years. Travel Column appears to be his best filly at this point. After running third, beaten 7 1/2 lengths in the GI Darley Alcibiades S. in October, she fared much better when winning the GII Golden Rod S. She goes next in Saturday’s Rachel Alexandra S. at the Fair Grounds, which should be a good test as she headlines a solid field that includes Golden Rod runner-up Clairiere (Curlin). An $850,000 yearling purchase at Fasig-Tipton Saratoga, she is by Frosted out of a Victory Gallop mare and should have no problem getting the Oaks distance of nine furlongs.
4) MALATHAAT (Curlin–Dreaming of Julia, by A.P. Indy)’TDN Rising Star’ O-Shadwell Stable. B-Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings (KY). T-Todd Pletcher. Sales History: $1,050,000 ylg ’19 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: GSW, 3-2-0-0, $172,150.Last Start: 1st GII Demoiselle S., AQU, Dec. 5Accomplishments Include: 1st Tempted S., AQU, Nov. 6Next Start: GII Davona Dale S., GP, Feb. 27Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 10There’s a lot to like about the daughter of Curlin who was a $1.05-million yearling buy. Trained by Todd Pletcher, she is undefeated in three starts and has already won at a 1 1/8 miles, which she did in the GII Demoiselle S. The main knock on her is that she isn’t that fast. She got a 76 Beyer in the Demoiselle, a slight decline from the 83 she got when winning the Tempted S. She will get a serious test in the Davona Dale and if she were to win that, she’d likely assume the top spot in this and other polls.
5) ZAAJEL (Street Sense–Asiya, by Daaher)O/B-Shadwell Stable (KY). T-Todd Pletcher. Lifetime Record: GSW, 2-2-0-0, $84,140.Last Start: 1st GIII Forward Gal S., GP, Jan. 31Next Start: Undecided.Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 10.Like Malathaat, she comes from the team of Todd Pletcher and Shadwell Stable. A homebred, her dam has had four winners from five starters, but Zaajel is her first stakes winner. After toying with her opponents in her debut, she came back to win the GIII Forward Gal S. at Gulfstream at seven furlongs. She still has to prove that she can win around two turns, but based on her breeding that probably won’t be a problem. Pletcher said he has not picked out the next start for this filly. It’s likely he will want to keep her and Malathaat apart.
6) SIMPLY RAVISHING (Laoban–Four Wishes, by More Than Ready)O-Harold Lerner, Magdalena Racing & Nehoc Stables. B-Meg Levy (NY). T-Ken McPeek. Sales History: $50,000 ylg ’19 FTKOCT. Lifetime Record: GISW, 5-3-0-0, $414,200.Last Start: 4th GII Golden Rod S., CD, Nov. 28Accomplishments Include: 1st GI Darley Alcibiades S., KEE, Oct. 2, 1st P.G. Johnson S., SAR, Sept. 3Next Start: UndecidedEquineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 13Trainer Kenny McPeek seems to be taking his time with this filly. He has yet to announce her first start and she only recently showed up on the work tab. Her first work came last week and it was a four-furlong breeze in :48.89. A $50,000 purchase at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Fall yearling sale, she appeared to be among the best in her division when winning the GI Darley Alcibiades S. by 6 1/4 lengths, but, subsequently finished fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies and the Golden Rod. McPeek will need to get her to rebound and run back to her best races to have a shot at winning the Oaks.
7) KALYPSO (Brody’s Cause–Malibu Cove, by Malibu Moon)O-David A. Bernsen, Rockingham Ranch & Chad Littlefield. B-Spendthrift Farm (KY). T-Bob Baffert. Sales History: $240,000 ylg ’19 FTKJUL. Lifetime Record: GSW & GISP, 5-2-2-1, $245,600.Last Start: 2nd GIII Las Virgenes S., SA, Feb. 6Accomplishments Include: 1st GII Santa Ynez S., SA, Jan. 3, 1st Anoakia S., SA, Oct. 18, 2nd GI Starlet S., LRC, Dec. 5Next Start: Undecided.Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 18A $240,000 purchase at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Select Yearling Sale, she was somewhat of a disappointment when second as the 7-10 favorite in the Las Virgenes. But with race winner Moonlight d’Oro having been sidelined, Kalypso looks as good as any of the fillies based in California. But that might not be enough as that group looks to be weaker than the groups in the East and Midwest. She’s been beaten the only two times she has gone around two turns, so that is a concern.
8) SLUMBER PARTY (Malibu Moon–Devilish Lady, by Sweetsouthernsaint)’TDN Rising Star’ O/B-Gary and Mary West Stables (KY). T-Kelly Breen. Lifetime Record: 1-1-0-0, $25,800.Last Start: 1st MSW, GP, Jan. 24Next Start: Undecided.Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 0.The ‘TDN Rising Star’ snuck up on a lot of people when breaking her maiden Jan. 24 at Gulfstream by 7 1/2 lengths for trainer Kelly Breen and owners Gary and Mary West. Sent off at 5-1, she absolutely demolished the competition that day, winning in a manner that suggests there is a lot more to come. It’s not impossible to have your first start in January and then go on to win the Kentucky Oaks, but she has a lot of catching up to do. She looks like Breen’s best 3-year-old filly since he won the GII Gazelle S. and the Davona Dale in 2017 with Miss Sky Warrior (First Samurai).
9) CURLIN’S CATCH (Curlin–Catch the Thrill, by A.P. Indy)O-Breeze Easy, Inc. B-Sam-Son Farm (On). T-Mark E Casse. Sales History: $180,000 yrl ’19 KEESEP; $430,000 2yo ’20 OBSAPR. Lifetime Record: SW, 4-2-1-0, $103,454.Last Start: 1st Suncoast S., TAM, Feb. 6Next Start: GII Davona Dale S., GP, Feb. 27Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 10.Another Curlin filly and an Ontario-bred trained by Mark Casse, she started her career off at Woodbine, where she was 0-for-2 over the synthetic surface. Since switching to dirt, she’s 2-for-2, including a win in the Suncoast S. at Tampa Bay Downs. She probably didn’t beat much that day, but looks like a horse on an upper trajectory for trainer Casse and the team at Breeze Easy LLC. She’s about to get a serious test in the Davona Dale and will be looking to give the Hall of Fame trainer his first Oaks win. Might also, eventually, wind up in the Queen’s Plate S.
10) THE GRASS IS BLUE (Broken Vow–Shine Softly, by Adebaran) O-Louis Lazzinnaro LLC. B-Phillips Racing Partnership (KY). T-Chad Brown. Sales History: $20,000 yrl ’19 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: SW, 5-3-0-1, $121,978.Last Start: 1st Busanda S., Aqu, Jan. 24Accomplishments Include:  3rd Anne Arundel County S., Lrl, Dec. 26.Next Start: Undecided.Equineline PPs. KY Oaks Points: 10.Just a $20,000 yearling buy who debuted in a $25,000 maiden claimer at Monmouth for trainer Jose Delgado, she has come a long way. She now finds herself in the barn of Chad Brown, who got her to win the Busanda S. at Aqueduct in her last start. She remains with Brown’s division in New York and will likely target races like the Gazelle S. This is not normally a division where Brown is strong, but this filly may be good enough for him to make some noise on the way to the Oaks.

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The highly regarded Moonlight d’Oro (Medaglia d’Oro) took her first steps toward the GI Kentucky Oaks for Hall of Famer Richard Mandella with an impressive, last-to-first victory in Saturday’s GIII Las Virgenes S. at Santa Anita.
The good-looking, last out Los Alamitos maiden winner in her two-turn debut with a field-best 87 Beyer Speed Figure Dec. 13 was sent off as the 6-5 second-choice in this stakes debut.
She was content to trail the field of five beneath Flavien Prat as the Bob Baffert-trained favorite Kalypso (Brody’s Cause), a last out winner of the GII Santa Ynez S. and runner-up in the GI Starlet S., led through fractions of :23.25 and :47.47.

Moonlight d’Oro caught the eye with a flashy, three-wide move as they approached the quarter pole and took care of business from there, powering clear in the stretch to win with authority.
The Las Virgenes carries 10-4-2-1 qualifying points on the road to the Kentucky Oaks.
Moonlight d’Oro faced the starter two previous times sprinting before earning her diploma. She gamely split horses in deep stretch after getting outsprinted early to finish an educational second as the 3-5 favorite on debut last summer at Del Mar Aug. 2. She also completed the trifecta going six furlongs at Del Mar Nov. 7.
“It turned out good,” Mandella said. “I was worried she got a little washy going to the gate, and she was a lamb over at Los Alamitos where she should have gotten upset. Sometimes you take them over to something like that and then the next time they’re looking for the excitement.”
Prat added, “I was trying to see if I should stay inside or go around, and I decided to go around. She was there for me when I asked her to go. [Joel] Rosario was at the front and nobody was really bothering him, but when I came around the turn, I made that great move and tried to get some momentum out of it. She was traveling nicely behind horses, and I was very happy with how she ran.”
Winning co-owners MyRacehorse and Spendthrift Farm also campaigned recently crowned Horse of the Year and new Spendthrift sire Authentic (Into Mischief) in partnership. They are currently also represented by the MGSP 4-year-old Tizamagician (Tiznow), runner-up in last weekend’s GII San Pasqual S.
Backed by B. Wayne Hughes’s high-powered operation, the microshare partnership re-loaded at the yearling sales last fall, purchasing 14 head at Keeneland September for $3.355 million and another $850,000 on three yearlings at the Fasig-Tipton Showcase.
For a feature on Moonlight d’Oro and her owners earlier this week, click here.
Pedigree Notes:
Among the perennial leading sires, Darley’s Medaglia d’Oro notched his 75th graded winner with Moonlight d’Oro’s Las Virgenes score, half an hour before adding his 76th with Risk Taking’s GIII Withers win. The striking bay and triple Grade I winner is just shy of 150 career black-type winners with 148. His four-years younger stablemate in the Darley stallion barn, Bernardini, is Moonlight d’Oro’s broodmare sire. The filly becomes the 44th stakes winner out of a Bernardini daughter and the second by Medaglia d’Oro. With zero inbreeding through her first five generations, Moonlight d’Oro is a half-sister to 2016 GII Adirondack S. placer Olive Branch (Speightstown), while her own dam is a full-sister to GSW Wilburn and SW & GSP La Appassionata, all by Bernardini, as well as a half-sister to GSW Beethoven (Sky Mesa). Second dam Moonlight Sonata (Carson City) is a half to GISW Bevo (Prospectors Gamble) and to the dam of 2017 champion and $5-million seller Abel Tasman (Quality Road). Venetian Sonata’s yearling colt is by Justify. She was bred back to Medaglia d’Oro.
Saturday, Santa AnitaLAS VIRGENES S.-GIII, $200,000, Santa Anita, 2-6, 3yo, f, 1m, 1:38.01, ft.1–MOONLIGHT D’ORO, 120, f, 3, by Medaglia d’Oro1st Dam: Venetian Sonata, by Bernardini2nd Dam: Moonlight Sonata, by Carson City3rd Dam: Wheatly Way, by Wheatly Hall1ST BLACK TYPE WIN, 1ST GRADED STAKES WIN. ($620,000 Ylg ’19 KEESEP). O-MyRacehorse & Spendthrift Farm LLC; B-Stonehaven Steadings (KY); T-Richard E Mandella; J-Flavien Prat. $120,000. Lifetime Record: 4-2-1-1, $163,040. Werk Nick Rating: A. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.2–Kalypso, 120, f, 3, Brody’s Cause–Malibu Cove, by Malibu Moon. ($240,000 Ylg ’19 FTKJUL). O-David A Bernsen, LLC, Rockingham Ranch & Chad Littlefield; B-Spendthrift Farm LLC (KY); T-Bob Baffert. $40,000.3–Moraz, 120, f, 3, Empire Maker–Malvinia, by A.P. Indy. O-Don Alberto Stable; B-Don Alberto Corporation (KY); T-Michael W McCarthy. $24,000.Margins: 1HF, 1 3/4, 2 1/4. Odds: 1.30, 1.00, 4.10.Also Ran: Brilliant Cut, Honor America.Click for the Equibase.com chart, the TJCIS.com PPs or the free Equineline.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton.
 

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Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 1:05 pm |
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Michael Lund’s Gamine (Into Mischief) has been disqualified and purse money was forfeited from her third-place effort in last year’s GI Kentucky Oaks after testing positive for betamethasone, an anti-inflammatory medication that is classified as a Class C drug, and trainer Bob Baffert has been fined $1,500. The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission issued the ruling last Saturday. Baffert waived his right to a formal hearing on the infraction.
Gamine’s disqualification promotes Speech (Mr Speaker), originally fourth, to third in the Oaks.
The positive test was first reported publicly by The New York Times last October. The KHRC had been conducting a follow-up investigation and the finding of its official testing laboratory, Industrial Laboratories, was confirmed by UIC Analytical Forensic Testing Laboratory.

Betamethasone is a permitted medication in Kentucky, but has a mandated two-week withdrawal time. Following the Times story in October, Baffert’s attorney Craig Robertson said the filly had been administered the drug Aug. 17 by her veterinarian. The Oaks was held 18 days later. Robertson’s statement said Gamine’s test revealed 27 picograms of betamethasone and that Kentucky’s threshold for the medication is 10 picograms.
Gamine was also disqualified from an allowance victory at Oaklawn Park May 2 after testing positive for lidocaine. Her stablemate Charlatan (Speightstown) was disqualified from his win in the GI Arkansas Derby the same day for the same drug. Baffert continues to appeal both disqualifications.
Gamine went on to win the GI Longines Acorn S. and GI Longines Test S. and capped 2020 year with a win in the GI Breeders’ Cup F/M Sprint. She was named last year’s champion female sprinter.

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With Horse of the Year Authentic (Into Mischief) off to the breeding shed to stand alongside his superstar sire at Spendthrift Farm, how do you follow up on a 2020 season that included wins in the GI Kentucky Derby and GI Breeders’ Cup Classic?
For Michael Behrens’s budding MyRacehorse microshare partnership and B. Wayne Hughes’s Spendthrift Farm, having a promising filly on the GI Kentucky Oaks trail is certainly a good place to begin.
Moonlight d’Oro (Medaglia d’Oro), a visually impressive maiden winner for Hall of Famer Richard Mandella in her two-turn debut going a mile at Los Alamitos Dec. 13 (video), kicks off her sophomore campaign versus four rivals in Saturday’s GIII Las Virgenes S. at Santa Anita. The one-mile contest offers 10-4-2-1 qualifying points on the road to the Kentucky Oaks.

“It’s a tough act to follow,” MyRacehorse’s Racing Operations and Owner Experience Manager Joe Mishak said. “We always want to provide the shareholders with exciting times to look forward to. You want to be on the Classic trail, and to have a filly like this, makes it exciting.”
Moonlight d’Oro first caught the eye splitting horses in deep stretch after getting outsprinted early to finish an educational second as the 3-5 chalk on debut last summer at Del Mar Aug. 2 (Second Chances). She ran well in defeat once again second out, completing the trifecta going six furlongs at Del Mar Nov. 7.
Her stalk-and-pounce, three-length maiden victory–good for a very strong 87 Beyer Speed Figure–was further flattered when distant third-place finisher that day Moraz (Empire Maker) resurfaced with a blowout maiden win of her own in Arcadia Jan. 8. Moraz re-opposes in the Las Virgenes.
“We’re really excited,” Mishak said. “She definitely executed the two sprints to a route perfectly. It all came together in that third race where she was forwardly placed and was push button when Flavien [Prat] asked her on the far turn. We’ve had this one circled on the calendar for a while now. Obviously, we’re all highly anticipating her stakes debut.”
Bred in Kentucky by Stonehaven Steadings, the $620,000 Keeneland September yearling purchase is a half-sister to the juvenile graded stakes-placed Olive Branch (Speightstown). Moonlight d’Oro’s winning dam Venetian Sonata (Bernardini) is a full-sister to GSW Wilburn and SW & GSP La Appassionata and a half-sister to GSW Beethoven (Sky Mesa).
Moonlight d’Oro’s worktab–highlighted by a five-furlong move in 1:00.40 (2/32) Jan. 20 and a six-furlong bullet in 1:12.60 (1/6) Jan. 27–includes some in company experience with the three-time, graded stakes-placed 6-year-old mare and ‘TDN Rising Star’ Amuse (Medaglia d’Oro).
“She’s trained superb,” Mishak said. “Everything that Team Mandella has thrown at her, she’s passed with flying colors. She’s super eager in her training. He gave her a little bit of time off after that maiden win–just a few weeks to decompress and get a little breather–and she picked up right where she left off. With the eyes on the prize, hopefully, we have a long spring campaign ahead of us.”
In addition to co-owners Madaket Stables and Starlight Racing, no fewer than 5,314 shareholders were in on Authentic. The ownership experience with MyRacehorse is also designed to be an educational one, per Mishak.
“The cool thing about Moonlight d’Oro and her shareholders is that we packaged her in a group of four fillies to teach about diversification and show why that strategy is so important,” he said. “If you own one horse, and hey, it turns out to be Authentic, great. You really hit a homerun. But in all probability, you’re going to run into some difficulties that come along with horse ownership. The three other fillies in the group had some minor 2-year-old hiccups and we had to send them to the farm. Moonlight’s been the bright spot of the bunch and has been getting people excited, and now those other fillies are making their comebacks as well.”
Along with the continued support of the high-powered Spendthrift operation, MyRacehorse re-loaded at the yearling sales last fall, purchasing 14 head ($3.355 million total) at Keeneland September, led by a $600,000 Into Mischief colt. MyRacehorse also spread out another $850,000 on three yearlings at the Fasig-Tipton Showcase, with a $450,000 Into Mischief colt at the forefront.
MyRacehorse and Spendthrift Farm also campaign MGSP 4-year-old Tizamagician (Tiznow), runner-up in last weekend’s GII San Pasqual S.
“We had 17 yearlings that we purchased right off the heels of Authentic and it was met with so much enthusiasm where it was sold out very quickly within the matter of days,” Mishak said. “There’s still a very big appetite and demand for shares in horses and getting into ownership.”
Mishak concluded with a laugh, “I think the shareholders are literally over the moon, pun intended.”

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วันอังคารที่ 2 กุมภาพันธ์ 2564 เวลา 12:13 น. | กลับไปที่: ข่าวเด่นอัปเดต: 2 กุมภาพันธ์ 2564 เวลา 12:15 น. Art Collector คว้ารางวัล Blue Grass ประจำปี 2020 | Coady Keeneland จะนำเสนอการออกนอกสถานที่ 18 ครั้งรวมถึงการแข่งขัน Toyota Blue Grass S. ครั้งที่ 97 มูลค่า 800,000 เหรียญสหรัฐและการวิ่งครั้งที่ 84 จากธนาคารกลาง GI มูลค่า 400,000 เหรียญสหรัฐ Ashland S. มูลค่า 4.1 ล้านดอลลาร์ในระหว่างการประชุมฤดูใบไม้ผลิที่ 2 เมษายน 2564 23. เวลาทางไปรษณีย์สำหรับการแข่งขันรอบแรกในช่วงฤดูกาล 15 ​​วันคือ 13:05 น. ET Keeneland จะปิดทำการในวันอาทิตย์อีสเตอร์ที่ 4 เมษายน “ Keeneland รู้สึกตื่นเต้นที่ได้กลับมาร่วมงาน Bluegrass ในเดือนเมษายนนี้” Shannon Arvin ประธานและซีอีโอของ Keeneland กล่าว “การยกเลิกการประชุมฤดูใบไม้ผลิปีที่แล้วเนื่องจากการระบาดของโรคนี้มีความสำคัญอย่างยิ่งสำหรับอุตสาหกรรมพันธุ์แท้ที่เราสามารถนำเสนองานประชาสัมพันธ์ทั้งเดือนเมษายนในวันที่ตามประเพณีได้ การแข่งขันเหล่านี้เป็นส่วนสำคัญของปฏิทินการแข่งขันระหว่างประเทศ “สำหรับการประชุมฤดูใบไม้ผลิปีนี้” Arvin กล่าวเสริม “Keeneland กำลังดำเนินการตามแผนสำหรับตัวเลือกตั๋วซึ่งเป็นส่วนหนึ่งของโปรโตคอลความปลอดภัย COVID-19 ของเราและเรามีแผนที่จะประกาศในอีกไม่กี่สัปดาห์ข้างหน้า” Keeneland จะดำเนินภารกิจหญ้าทั้งหมด 10 ภารกิจและภารกิจสกปรกแปดภารกิจและจะเสนอภารกิจหลายภารกิจตลอดสี่วันในระหว่างการประชุมฤดูใบไม้ผลิ วันเปิดทำการคือวันศุกร์ที่ 2 เมษายนมีการเดิมพัน 3 ครั้ง ได้แก่ GIII Kentucky Utilities Transylvania S. มูลค่า 150,000 เหรียญสหรัฐการแข่งขันสนามหญ้า 1 1/16 ไมล์สำหรับเด็กอายุ 3 ปี เงิน 150,000 เหรียญ GIII Beaumont S. ที่เจ็ดขนยาว 184 ฟุตบนโคลนสำหรับลูกน้อยวัย 3 ขวบ และ Palisades Turf Sprint S. มูลค่า 100,000 เหรียญสำหรับเด็กอายุ 3 ขวบที่ขี่ 5 1/2 furlongs บนสนามหญ้า โตโยต้าบลูกราสและแอชแลนด์ธนาคารกลางจะมีการแข่งขันในวันถัดไปวันเสาร์ที่ 3 เมษายนด้วยบัตรบล็อกบัสเตอร์หกเดิมพัน ทั้งคู่มีค่า 180 คะแนนบนถนนสู่ Kentucky Derby และถนนสู่ Kentucky Oaks ผู้ชนะของแต่ละการมอบหมายจะได้รับคะแนนคุณสมบัติ 100 คะแนนสำหรับการแข่งขันที่เกี่ยวข้อง Toyota Blue Grass และธนาคารกลาง Ashland เมื่อวันที่ 3 เมษายนเป็นเจ้าของ GI Madison S. มูลค่า 300,000 ดอลลาร์สำหรับลูกสุนัขที่มีอายุมากกว่าและตัวเมียในเจ็ดระยะ GII Appalachian S. มูลค่า 200,000 เหรียญสหรัฐสำหรับเด็กวัย 3 ขวบบนพื้นหญ้าหนึ่งไมล์ $ 200,000 GII Shakertown S. สำหรับเด็กอายุ 3 ขวบและมากกว่า 5 1/2 ในสนามหญ้า และ $ 200,000 GIII Commonwealth S. สำหรับม้ารุ่นเก่าที่เจ็ดขนยาว ในช่วงที่เหลือของการประชุมฤดูใบไม้ผลิการแข่งขันจะดำเนินในวันพุธถึงวันอาทิตย์ สามารถดูกำหนดการทั้งหมดได้ที่ Keeneland.com ไม่ใช่สมาชิก? คลิกที่นี่เพื่อลงทะเบียน PDF หรือการแจ้งเตือนรายวัน เรื่องราวนี้ถูกโพสต์ในข่าวเด่นและติดแท็ก Central Bank Ashland, Keeneland, Keeneland Spring Meet, Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Oaks, Mission Plans และ Toyota Blue Grass

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