Archive for October, 2008

2008 Pacific Coast Futurity 3-year-old Amateur

Friday, October 31st, 2008
219.0
m
OUR LITTLE BOON    R: KAY TERRELL    O: THUNDERCLOUD RANCH
(BOON A LITTLE x OUR LITTLE PEPPY, by PEPPY SAN BADGER)
Earned: $3,051

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2008 Pacific Coast Futurity 5/6-year-old Amateur

Friday, October 31st, 2008
221.0
s
LIL PEPPYS ADVANTAGE    R: CARLY CHIARELLI    O: EUGENE CHIARELLI
(HICKORYS ADVANTAGE x MISS PEPI OLE, by PEPPY SAN BADGER)
Earned: $2,564

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2008 Pacific Coast Futurity 3-year-old Amateur Senior

Friday, October 31st, 2008
398.0
s
BERNEE DATE    R: CHUCK PURINTON    O: CHUCK PURINTON
(SMART LITTLE LENA x CD DATE, by CD OLENA)
Earned: $951

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2008 Pacific Coast Futurity 5/6-year-old Amateur Senior

Friday, October 31st, 2008
211.0
s
BUCKEYE DUALLY    R: ROB TIEMANN    O: ROB & CARRIE TIEMANN
(DUAL PEP x SMART LITTLE FINALE, by SMART LITTLE LENA)
Earned: $1,665

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Jockey Club Releases 2008 Report of Mares Bred

Friday, October 31st, 2008

The Jockey Club, the breed registry for North American Thoroughbreds, recently released the Report of Mares Bred (RMB) statistics for 2008 that show a continued decline in North American Thoroughbred breeding activity. Based on RMBs received through Oct. 10, 2008, 2,643 Thoroughbred stallions covered 52,410 mares in North America during 2008.

The statistics represent approximately 92 percent of the mares that eventually will be reported as bred in 2008. The number of stallions declined 5.9 percent from the 2,808 reported at the same time in 2007, while the number of mares bred fell 7.7 percent from the 56,796 reported by Oct. 10, 2007. (more…)

2008 Pacific Coast 5/6-year-old Novice

Thursday, October 30th, 2008
440.5
m
SMART LITTLE MINNIE R: DAVID COSTELLO O: RON & VICKIE MULLINS
(SMART STEADY DATE x MONTANA MINNIE, by MONTANA DOC)
Earned: $2,200

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Oldest living Kentucky Derby winner comes home

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Alysheba, once the world’s richest Thoroughbred, has returned from Saudi Arabia to Kentucky, the place of his birth. Thanks to the generosity of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, who offered the former Kentucky Derby winner and Horse of the Year as a gift to the American people, 24-year-old Alysheba will live out his days at Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. (more…)