horse ownership

Seize the Grey Owners Enjoy Memorable Blue Grass Experience

While they may not have received the end result they were hoping for, nearly 300 owners enjoyed a memorable weekend at Keeneland as their horse Seize the Grey (Arrogate) ran in the GI Blue Grass S. A $300,000 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga purchase for MyRacehorse trained by D. Wayne Lukas, Seize the Grey was coming into his Grade I debut off a third-place performance in the GIII Jeff Ruby Steaks S. The colt's connections were hoping that he would be able to run in the money in order to acquire enough points...

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Congalosi Prepares For New Venture In Horse Ownership

Edited Press Release From Horseshoe Indianapolis With the close of racing for the 2023 season at Horseshoe Indianapolis comes a new venture for one individual. Tom Congalosi was the winner of the $30,000 ownership option of an Indiana yearling through Road to Louisville, a contest sponsored by Horseshoe Indianapolis and Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (ITOBA). Tom is now the owner of a new filly named Highspeed Justice (Harry's Holiday), now in training for the 2024 racing season in Indiana. "Never have I ever dreamed of owning a Thoroughbred...

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TOBA Releases Saratoga Educational Seminar Dates

The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association outlined the Saratoga Educational Seminar, set for Aug. 17-18. The seminar is among a calendar of events featuring various topics for prospective, new, and established Thoroughbred owners and breeders. The 2023 seminars are listed below: June 23-24 - Woodbine - Toronto, Canada July 27-28 - Del Mar Thoroughbred Club-Del Mar, California Aug. 17-18 - Saratoga-Saratoga Springs, New York Oct. 23 - Lexington, Kentucky Details for each seminar will be announced closer to the event. Seminars for this year will cover topics pertaining to both...

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Hooked on Horse Racing: Sandy Hatfield

SANDY HATFIELD, STALLION MANAGER, THREE CHIMNEYS What was the experience that made you fall in love with horse racing? I'm originally from Oklahoma. My family raised Quarter Horses, so I was familiar with the track in many ways. I was going to college at Oklahoma State University when the equine department at Murray State University was just getting started. They offered me a scholastic scholarship to join their program, so I moved to Kentucky as a junior in college. Between my junior and senior years of college, I had a...

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