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Peter Brant's Thais has been scratched by veterinarians from the $2 million Maker's Mark Filly and Mare Turf (G1T) at Santa Anita Park.
The son of Medaglia d'Oro, out of multiple grade 1 winner It's Tricky, enters stud next year for $10,000.
Darley has announced that dual group 1 winner Hawkbill will stand at their Japan base for the 2020 breeding season.
After four marathon sessions featuring high international demand and plenty of six-figure trading, the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale concluded Oct. 31 with a set of statistics that bore a similarity to those achieved 12 months ago.
One by one in a line, 10 of the world's most regally bred Thoroughbreds cantered past the finish line at Santa Anita Park Oct. 31, signaling that Europe's premier trainer, Aidan O'Brien, and the world famous Coolmore Team was in the house.
Assistant starter Gilbert Cardenas was named the 2019 White Horse Award winner by the Race Track Chaplaincy Association during its annual awards program Oct. 31 at Santa Anita Park. Cardenas provided CPR to a fallen crew member July 27 at Del Mar.
Lift Up, who was second in last year's Maple Leaf Stakes, is one of two George Strawbridge Jr. homebreds entered in this year's edition of the Maple Leaf. They are both daughters of Ghostzapper out of Dynaformer mares.
Sprint sensation Ten Sovereigns has been retired to join his successful sire No Nay Never on the roster at Coolmore in Fethard next year.
Carl Hurst and William "Buff" Bradley's listed stakes winner Divine Queen is the 3-1 morning-line favorite, but grade 3 winner Mylady Curlin cuts back in distance and is dangerous.
Keeneland has announced five additional supplements—highlighted by two weanling fillies out of graded stakes winners and stakes producers—to its November Breeding Stock Sale, which covers 12 sessions from Wednesday, Nov. 6, through Sunday, Nov. 17.