Three Diamonds Farm's Fire At Will, winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Presented by Coolmore America (G1T) in his final start of 2020, is a candidate for the Fasig-Tipton Fountain of Youth Stakes (G2) at Gulfstream Park Feb. 27.
Five individuals employed in the racing industry met with reporters Feb. 2 at Skylight Training Center in Goshen, Ky., to express their backing of legislation that will allow for continued historical horse racing gaming in the state.
Keeneland will present 18 stakes, featuring the 97th running of the $800,000 Toyota Blue Grass (G2) and the 84th running of the $400,000 Central Bank Ashland (G1), worth a total of $4.1 million during its 2021 Spring Meet April 2-23.
A complete dispersal of Broughton Bloodstock, the breeding operation of the late Michael Broughton, continues with half a dozen broodmares offered in the first session of the Tattersalls February Sale Feb. 4.
Churchill Downs Incorporated announced Feb. 1 that the company has agreed to repurchase 1 million shares of its common stock for $193.94 per share from an affiliate of The Duchossois Group in a privately negotiated transaction.
San Pasqual, Robert B. Lewis, Swale, Kitten's Joy, Holy Bull, John B. Connally Turf Cup, Houston Ladies Classic, Toboggan, Jimmy Winkfield, Martha Washington, American Beauty, Texas Turf Mile, Turf Sprint, Stonerside Sprint Stakes, and more.
In preparing for what could be a close fight in the Kentucky General Assembly ahead of an expected Feb. 2 introduction of a bill to protect historical horse racing, supporters of the legislation gathered at Keeneland Feb. 1 to build some momentum.