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Posts tagged ‘Keeneland’

24
Apr

KENTUCKY DERBY CANDIDATE GIRVIN JOGS IN ADVANCE OF WORK LATER THIS WEEK

With trainer Joe Sharp riding alongside on a lead pony, Brad Grady’s Girvin, winner of the Risen Star (G2) and Louisiana Derby (G2) and the top point earner on the Road to the Kentucky Derby (G1), jogged twice around the main track Monday morning before the renovation break. Read more »

22
Nov

Andre Pater’s Red Arrow, 2016 Sells for $276,000 to Top the Sporting Art Auction at Keeneland

LEXINGTON, KY (Nov. 21, 2016) – Andre Pater’s Red Arrow, 2016, sold for $276,000, including buyer premium, following a spirited bidding duel be the highest-priced work at the fourth annual Sporting Art Auction, held Monday at Keeneland.

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4
Oct

Keeneland Fall Meet Special Events Continue Rich Tradition

LEXINGTON, KY (Oct. 3, 2016) – Since its inaugural season 80 years ago, Keeneland has continued its founders’ goals of presenting the finest in Thoroughbred racing while serving the local community. Read more »

3
Oct

Keeneland Kicks Off World-Class Fall Race Meet on Friday

Fall Stars Weekend showcases Breeders’ Cup-bound horses; The Keeneland Shopdebuts Merchandise Pavilion; community-related special events scheduled

LEXINGTON, KY (Oct. 3, 2016) – Keeneland celebrates its 80th anniversary of racing when the 2016 Fall Meet gets underway Friday, Oct. 7. The 17-day meet opens with Keeneland’s prestigious Fall Stars Weekend, when many of racing’s most celebrated horses make their final starts before next month’s Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Santa Anita, and continues the excitement through closing day Oct. 29 with top-quality racing, engaging special events, a new Merchandise Pavilion and an expansive social and digital media presence.

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3
Oct

KEENELAND RACING…FIELDS TAKING SHAPE FOR FALL STARS WEEKEND

KEENELAND, Lexington, Ky(Sept. 30)  A week before Keeneland’s 17-day Fall Meet begins, fields are taking shape for next weekend’s Falls Stars Weekend that is highlighted by nine graded stakes – including five Grade 1 events – worth $3.7 million. Read more »