Chile

Dance Brightly Dead in Chile

Dance Brightly (Mr. Prospector--Dance Smartly, by Danzig) died at the age of 27 in Chile, Turf Diario reported. The Sam-Son Farm homebred raced for trainer Mark Frostad and ran out a maiden special weight winner at Woodbine in October 1997. The Ontario-bred then ran second in the Listed Coronation Futurity later in his juvenile season, but was ultimately retired due to an injury suffered in a workout in 1998. A son of Canadian Horse of the Year and Canadian Triple Crown heroine Dance Smartly started his stud career at Hill...

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International Star to Stand in Chile

Ken and Sarah Ramsey's International Star (Fusaichi Pegasus--Parlez, by French Deputy) has relocated to Haras Porta Pia stud in Chile for stallion duties, in a deal brokered by Sullivan Bloodstock of Chile and Jim Perry Bloodstock of Lexington. A winner six times in 19 career starts for earnings of $1,247,529, International Star carried the Ramsey silks to victory in all three of Fair Grounds's GI Kentucky Derby preps--the GI Louisiana Derby, GII Risen Star S. and GIII Lecomte S.--in 2015. He added another stakes win the following year and placed...

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Bricks and Mortar Meets Title-Defending Stablemate in Million

When stablemates Bricks and Mortar (Giant's Causeway) and Robert Bruce (Chi) (Fast Company {Ire}) first met in the June 8 GI Manhattan S. at Belmont, division-leading Bricks and Mortar got the jump while Robert Bruce was stuck in some midstretch traffic, and kicked away to a 1 1/2-length conquest. Saturday, the two will reconvene at Arlington Park for the 37th running of the GI Arlington Million, where Robert Bruce will be defending his title after taking home last year's Million trophy. Klaravich Stables and Bill Lawrence's Bricks and Mortar, four-for-four...

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