HARAS SANTA RITA DA SERRA - BRASIL

HARAS SANTA RITA DA SERRA - BRASIL
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HARAS REGINA

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HARAS FIGUEIRA DO LAGO

HARAS FIGUEIRA DO LAGO
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STUD H & R

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HARAS SANTA MARIA DE ARARAS

HARAS SANTA MARIA DE ARARAS
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HARAS ESTRELA NOVA

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HARAS NIJU

HARAS NIJU
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HARAS FRONTEIRA

HARAS FRONTEIRA
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HARAS CIFRA

HARAS CIFRA
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HARAS IGUASSU

HARAS IGUASSU
HARAS IGUASSU A PROCURA DA VELOCIDADE CLÁSSICA - Foto de Karol Loureiro

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sexta-feira, 16 de outubro de 2020

RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

CLAIBORNE ANNOUNCES 2021 FEES; WAR FRONT DROPPED TO $150K

Claiborne Farm has released stud fees for the majority of its stallions who will stand at the Paris, Ky.-based farm during the upcoming 2021 breeding season, which included a significant reduction in price for its international super-sire War Front(Danzig).

Among Claiborne's 13 stallions, War Front leads the charge with a stud fee of $150,000. The internationally acclaimed son of Danzig and emerging sire of sires is North America's top sire by percentage of lifetime stakes winners, graded stakes winners, and Grade I winners. In 2020, War Front has added three new Grade I winners to his record, bringing his lifetime total to 23, second in North America behind only Tapit's 27.

War Front's most recent Grade I winners include Flower Bowl S. heroine Civil Union and GI Fourstardave H. victor Halladay, as well as classic winner War of Will, who will stand alongside his sire at Claiborne Farm for the upcoming breeding season. In the sales ring, he had a yearling filly sell to Mike Ryan at Keeneland September for $1.05 million and on the racetrack, no other sire in North America has more Grade I winners than War Front in 2020.

War Front previously stood for $250,000, which was the highest advertised fee in North America.

GRADE I WINNER COMPLEXITY TO AIRDRIE 

Klaravich Stables, Inc.'s Complexity (Maclean's Music--Goldfield, by Yes It's True) will stand stud at Brereton and Elizabeth Jones's Airdrie Stud upon his retirement from racing, the farm announced Thursday.

Trained throughout his career by Chad Brown, Complexity was a convincing winner of his most recent start, the GII Kelso H. at Belmont, where he defeated multiple Grade I winner Code of Honor (Noble Mission) by two lengths in a time of 1:33.82, earning a 110 Beyer Speed Figure, the highest number earned by any horse at a mile or longer in 2020. Daily Racing Form currently lists him as the favorite for both the GI Breeders' Cup Sprint and the GI Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile.

JUSTIFY, HOPPERTUNITY CONNECTIONS DENIED RESTRAINING ORDER

The connections of Justify and Hoppertunity were unsuccessful in their attempt to obtain a temporary restraining order to stop the California Board of Stewards from holding a hearing regarding the disqualifications of those horses due to scopolamine positives in 2018, and the hearing will go forward as planned, according to a press release from Darrell Vienna, the attorney representing Mick Ruis.

Trainer Bob Baffert, and the owners and two jockeys who rode the undefeated 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify and the MGISW Hoppertunity, had filed a legal petition against the California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) Oct. 13, alleging that the CHRB's recent decision to reopen hearings on two scopolamine positives from those horses in 2018 amounts to "arbitrary, capricious, and unlawful conduct" that purportedly targets Baffert and his clients unfairly while supposedly damaging the horses' reputations as stallions.

ANTOINETTE TOPS LOADED RENEWAL OF VALLEY VIEW

Godolphin homebred Antoinette (Hard Spun) headlines a large and talented field in Friday's renewal of the GIII Pin Oak Valley View S. at Keeneland. Third in the GI CCA Oaks on the Saratoga main track, the Bill Mott pupil captured the Saratoga Oaks when getting back on grass next out Aug. 16. She led the way in the

GI Belmont Oaks Invitational S. Sept. 19, but was run down late by Magic Attitude (GB) (Galileo {Ire}) and forced to settle for second.

RED KNIGHT SLALOMS WAY TO SYCAMORE SUCCESS 

by Alan Carasso

Sent off as the 12-5 chalk to build on a strong runner-up effort to the classy Arklow (Arch) in the GIII Kentucky Turf Cup at Kentucky Downs Sept. 12, Trinity Farm homebred Red Knight (Pure Prize) was given a crafty ride from James Graham, weaved his way into contention on the final turn and powered home best of all to annex Thursday=s GIII Sycamore S. at Keeneland.

Snagged back off the pace set by Postulation (Harlan=s Holiday) and GI United Nations S. hero Aquaphobia (Giant=s Causeway), Red Knight hugged the inside through the stretch for the first time from about seventh position in the field of 10. Eased off the fence at the entry to the backstretch, the New York-bred bided his time into the final half-mile before being asked to quicken. In doing so successfully, he beat the well- backed French raider Ziyad (GB) (Rock of Gibraltar {Ire}) to the punch, rallying inside of that Wertheimer runner into the lane. Cont. p10