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Top News in Thursday's TDN
Eric Kronfeld, Breeder of Zenyatta, Dies
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Eric Kronfeld, breeder of 2010 Horse of the Year Zenyatta (Street Cry {Ire}), passed away at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital in New York City May 15 after a battle with cancer. He was 71 years old. In addition to Zenyatta, Kronfeld bred two additional stakes winners from his mare Vertigineux (Kris S.), Where’s Bailey (Aljabr) and three-time Grade I winner Balance (Thunder Gulch). "He’s been a great friend over the years and I will miss the hell out of him, as will a lot of people. He was a fascinating guy" commented Don Robinson, who raised Kronfeld’s horse for him on Winter Quarter Farm in Kentucky. Kronfeld also owns Eblouissante (Bernardini), an undefeated half-sister to the aforementioned horses who is part of a string of horses sent to New York recently by trainer John Shirreffs. "Ironically, his few racehorses were in his backyard in New York and now, sadly, he’s gone." Funeral arrangements are pending. Please check this space later for additional information.

 

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