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  • Lithe Breaks Maiden in Easy Fashion

    9th - Tampa Bay Downs, $23,000, MSW, 1m 40y Dirt, 1:43.57

    LITHE (3yo Lookin At Lucky -- Pure Grace, by Vindication) stalked the pack on the outside, settling for third. She made a bid on the turn, took over and held off opponents well under urging. Lithe is owned by Stone Farm. Trained by Arnaud Delacour. Ridden by Luis Garcia. Bred by

  • Trend Wins At Fair Grounds!

    TREND raced in the two path on the first turn, was unhurried near the back, came under urging when three then four wide on the far turn, rallied outside in the upper stretch, closed well to make a bid inside the furlong marker and prevailed by a length under the strong handling of Florent Geroux. Trend is a listed stakes winner and multiple graded stakes placed. A Sligo Bay gelding out of Stone Farm mare, My Chanel, Trend is trained by Mike Stidham.

  • Argot Breaks His Maiden Impressively For a Big Price at Kentucky Downs
    Courtesy of the TDN


    12th – KD, $122,520, MSW, 9-19, 2 yo, 6 ½ f T, 1:18.34, fm.

    ARGOT (c, 2, Stroll -- Argue, by Storm Cat) gained third via the stewards in his first race track appearance at Ellis Park July 5 and reported home fifth transferred to the turf up at Saratoga Aug. 2. The dark bay could do no better than a flat fifth over that course going 5 ½ furlongs Aug.19 and was hammered at the windows to be the 2-1 market leader by the time the gates opened. Trying the longest distance of his career thus far, Argot kept a close eye on the runaway leader around the far turn. He took command inside the final 100 yards and dashed past the post a 2 ¼ length winner. King‘s Player (Shakespeare) was runner-up. Argue, out of a half-sister to MGSW and MGISP E Dubai (Mr. Prospector) and GISW No Matter What (Nureyev), foaled a filly by Discreetly Mine in 2014 and was bred back to Quality Road this term. Lifetime Record: 4-1-0-1, $77,805.

    O/B- Stone Farm (KY); T- Kenneth G. McPeek

  • Moon Song wins at Indiana Grand!

    Stone Farm owned  Elusive Quality colt, Moon Song, stalked the pace and then swung wide to mow down the field and win at Indiana Grand goig six furlongs on the dirt. He was co-bred by Darley, John H. Adger & Stone Farm.

  • Montego Bay Takes Allowance Race Opening Day at Del Mar

    4th - DMR $76,700, Alw (NW2$X)/Opt. Clm ($62,500), 7-16, 3 yo/up, 1 1/8 m T, 1:48.24,fm.

    MONTEGO BAY (g, 6, War Chant - Exotic Point, by Point Given) last found the winner's circle over this course in July 2012 and returned from an almost 2 1/2 year absence with an eighth in a 10-panel grassy Arcadian optional claimer this February. Fifth cut back to a mile over the Golden Gates on Apr. 25, the Neil Drysdale trainee was second in another turf optional claimer at that venue May 25. Over looked at 15-1, the gelding raced without cover three deep in midpack through the early stages. He began to pick off horses around the far turn and reached the head of affairs as the field hit the straight. Montego Bay rolled through a mile in 1:36.41 with a slim lead and responded well to Drayden Van Dyke's urging to fight off a closing Jules Journey (Good Journey) and triumph by a head.
    Lifetime Record: 10-3-1-0, $117,000

    O- Stone Farm & Shawn L .Dugan; B-Stone Farm & Neil Drysdale (KY); T-Neil Drysdale

  • Kitty Wine Wins Lady Canterbury Stakes Her Last Time Out Before Retiring to Stone Farm
    Canterbury Park


    Jockey Corey Lanerie took top honors when he rode favorite Kitty Wine to victory in the Lady Canterbury Stakes.

    Kitty Wine is trained by Eddie Kenneally and is owned by Stone Farm and Joseph Sutton. The 6-year-old mare chased pace setter Parc Monceau, passing her at the top of the stretch, and drawing off to win by 1¼ lengths over late-charging Notte d’Oro. Julie Darlin finished third. Final time for the 23rd edition of the one-mile race was 1:36.97. Kitty Wine returned $4.80 for a $2 win wager.

    “She broke really good out of the gate,” Lanerie said. “When I turned for home, I knew she was the best horse. I rode her like she was the best horse.”

  • Mandola Takes the Prize at Middleburg

    Mandola raced covered up, charged through on an inside path after the final hurtle, closing fastest of all gettin up for the win in the stretch.

    Trained by Jonathan Sheppard. Paddy Young up. 

    Photo by: Catherine French

  • Wit Wins at Oaklawn, Giving Owner a Happy Birthday Present!

    WIT never far back outside, pressured the pace five wide through the turn, put a head in front entering the stretch, got well clear, held.
    Trainer: Will B VanMeter; Jockey: Terry Thompson

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  • Regional Report: Bugle Breaks Her Maiden


    8th-GPX, $40,000, Msw, 3yo, f, 1 1/8mT, 1:48 3/5, Turf fm

    BUGLE (f, 3, War Front--Chatham {MSP, $156,431}, by Maria's Mon), a close second as the favorite on debut over a grassy mile at Churchill Downs Nov. 9, missed by only a nose once again as the 6-5 crowd's pick over 1 1/16 miles of Gulfstream lawn Dec. 11. She took all the money at the windows and was 2-1 in this third go. The $400,000 Keeneland September yearling raced in midpack against the pine. With work to do with three furlongs yet to travel, Bugle shifted to the outside of a tiring rival before splitting horses in late stretch to win by 3/4 lengths over Daring Duchess (Arch). Under Bugle's third dam is champion juvenile filly and MGISW Flanders (Seeking the Gold), who produced champion 3-year-old filly & MGISW Surfside (Seattle Slew). Sales history: $400,000 yrl '13 KEESEP. Lifetime Record: 3-1-2-0, $39,400.

    O - Joseph Sutton. B - Stone Farm (KY). T - E Kenneally.

  • Ruefully Wins Fair Ground Allowance Wire to Wire

    Ruefully broke well and set the pace on the inside. Still in the lead around the final turn, she did not back down and held on for the win under a brisk hand ride by jockey Miguel Mena. Ruefully is trained by Joe Sharp and gives Stone Farm a great start to the new year!