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Stallion Mad Flatter Euthanized; Gr. 3 Winner Suffers Accident In Stall

by Paulick Report Staff Pennsylvania-based young stallion Mad Flatter was euthanized following a stall accident, reports bloodhorse.com. The multiple Gr. 3 winner “was just feeling good,” according to part owner Kim Heath of Bonnie Heath Farm, and every effort was made to save him. A son of Flatter, Mad Flatter won eight of his 28 starts on the track for …

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Mor Spirit Zips Through Five-Furlong Work

Mor Spirit, runner-up to Exaggerator in the April 9 Santa Anita Derby (GI) last time out, put in his first breeze over the Churchill Downs main track for the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (Grade I) on Tuesday morning during Churchill Downs’ special 8:30-8:45 a.m. training window, which is exclusive to possible starters in the Kentucky Derby and Longines …

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Champion Mare Jet Away Jane Euthanized

2008 Pennsylvania older mare of the year passes away due to complications with colic.  The great “Jet Away Jane” owned by Golden Oak Farms (Ted & Robin Stepanoff) passed away the morning of Friday April 22nd. The family is devastated at the loss of their multiple stakes winning mare.  (Foxy J stakes, Ambassador of Luck Handicap, Day Lilly Stakes, Langhorne …

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Page McKenney And Raging Smoke Have Great Day at CT

Outside of a few disappointing efforts, Stanford has been a very consistent racehorse in both his running style and ability to hit the board in top company. One thing had eluded him—a graded stakes victory—but that changed in his 11th start April 23. The 4-year-old Malibu Moon colt picked a perfect time to break through: the $1.25 million Charles Town …

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