GI H. Allen Jerkens Memorial S.

One In Vermillion Euthanized

Grade-I winner One in Vermillion (Army Mule) was euthanized Friday at a clinic in Phoenix due to the effects of laminitis, according to his owner Jonathan Kalman, in a story posted by the DRF. According to that story, the H. Allen Jerkens Memorial S. victor had been preparing for a trip to Kentucky for the Keeneland January sale, where he was slated to go through the ring as a stallion prospect, when a farrier noticed the colt was foundering in his opposite foreleg of the injured fetlock sustained during a...

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GISW Hog Creek Hustle Relocated To War Horse Place

GI Woody Stephens S. hero Hog Creek Hustle (Overanalyze) was relocated to War Horse Place for the 2024 breeding season where the 7-year-old will stand for $5,000 LFSN, the farm said in a release Friday. Joining recent arrival GI Preakness S. champ Rombauer (Twirling Candy), Hog Creek Hustle was campaigned by Something Special Racing and trained by Vickie Foley. Retired in 2021, he earned $774,546 over the course of his racing career which spanned 24 starts with 13 in-the-money finishes and included a thrilling runner-up effort to MGISW Mind Control...

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Unbeaten New York Thunder Tragically Breaks Down in Deep Stretch in Allen Jerkens Memorial; Longshot One in Vermillion Inherits Win

The sensationally fast New York Thunder (Nyquist) was well on his way to a fifth victory from as many starts in Saturday's GI H. Allen Jerkens S. at Saratoga, but fell when well clear at the sixteenth pole and suffered a life-ending injury in scenes eerily reminiscent of those three weeks ago when Maple Leaf Mel (Cross Traffic) catastrophically broke down just before the wire of the GI Test S. One in Vermillion (Army Mule) found his best stride in the stretch and inherited the victory at odds of 19-1....

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