Hubert Guy

Listed Winner Intellect Sold, Bound For America And Trainer Chad Brown

Listed winner Intellect (Fr) (Intello {Ger}) has been sold and left French shores for America on May 22, the Jour de Galop reported on Thursday. The deal was brokered by Hubert Guy. The 3-year-old colt, bred by Ecurie Michel Sardou, has never been worse than fourth in nine starts for Sophie, Antonia, and trainer Henri-Francois Devin. A three-time winner from six to seven furlongs, he landed the Listed Prix du Pont Neuf in front-running fashion over the latter distance at ParisLongchamp on Apr. 25. Out of winning Iffraaj (GB) mare...

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Frankel Colt Gets Rising Star Tag In Chantilly Debut

Hot on the heels of Gran Sabana (Ire) (Kingman {GB}) earning a 'TDN Rising Star' rosette in Friday's opening contest at Chantilly, the Fabrice Chappet-trained $535,000 Ocala April breeze-up graduate Onesto (Ire) (Frankel {GB}) earned one of his own with a dominant performance in the one-mile Prix de Villebon for unraced 2-year-old colts and geldings. The 15-2 chance was keen under attempted restraint during the opening exchanges and raced in rear for the most part. Making smooth headway once angled to the outside in the straight, he quickened in impressive...

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Letter to the Editor: Hubert Guy

I met Jack and Melissa Preston in the mid 90's. They loved racing and as they owned a home in Rancho Santa Fe, decided to buy a few horses to race on the West Coast, especially at Del Mar. We were lucky right away; a filly by Caerleon named Auriette (Ire) won the GI Beverly H.; Sicy D'Alsace (Fr) won the GI Del Mar Oaks; Special Ring won the GI Eddie Read twice, and was second in two other Grade Is to the mighty Candy Ride (Arg). Then we bought...

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