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Ocala, FL Additional event and charity dates • Fax: races for 3-year-old fillies in South Florida over the winter and spring. Farm Bureau guests meet Commissioner Michelle Stone THE FLORIDA HORSE . her Big Brown colt sold for $40, at the Keeneland September yearling sale. By the time you read this, you will know the results of those races but .. out of the Fasig-Tipton Midlantic Sale of on the advice of Dan Hall He was one of three stakes winners to suffer fatal injuries at Keeneland in less than 24 Kevin T. Sheilley, President and CEO of Ocala/Marion County CEP. Keeneland Sales Portal · Contact Us. Versailles Road Lexington, Kentucky Phone: () Toll Free: () Fax: ()
But those numbers did not detract from the success of the internationally acclaimed auction. OBS president Tom Ventura was very happy with the sale but was quick to give credit to the consignors, buyers and horses.
Since through March 14 of this year, March Sale graduates have finished first, second and third in stakes races on 49 different track surfaces.
Pilfer is also the dam of multiple Grade 1 winner To Honor and Serve that campaigned with the red, white and black silks of Live Oak. He worked two furlongs in: He is very sound. He has never missed a day and has never had even had a hiccup.
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Tale of the South is also a half-sister to graded stakes-winner Futural. Consigned by Eisaman Equine, Agent, the colt worked an eighth of a mile in: By champion sprinter Midnight Lute and out of the Vindication mare Circumstance, the dark bay or brown colt was consigned by Eddie Woods, Agent.
Circumstance is a half-sister to stakes winners and graded stakes-placed Tres Coronas and Descapate. Hip Number 12 helped get the auction off to a fast start.
Her Under Tack performance resulted in a: Lasting Appeal was a winner on the track and is also a full-sister to stakes winner Jump Start. The bay filly is a half-sister to stakes winner Puntrooksie as a daughter of the stakes-placed Montbrook mare Sire Cove. The dark bay or brown colt is out of the Valid Appeal stakes-placed mare Unlimited Pleasure and worked a quarter-mile in: He is also a half-brother to three graded stakes-winners in Unlimited Budget, Jardin and Beacon Shine.
The remarkably consistent Florida-bred, bred by Craig Wheeler of Ocala, has a career mark of with a pair of fourths, one coming in his debut, June ofat Churchill, where he was steadied three times and finished a bit more than five lengths behind future Grade 1winning filly Frivolous. His only off-the-board performance came when he was disqualified from second and placed eighth in his second career start.
Led by a quartet of 2-year-olds, Nicks captured the fifth, seventh, eighth, ninth and eleventh races — five of the last seven races - with horses all ridden by Gaffalione, the apprentice and current meet-leading rider.
In 29 of his 37 starts, he earned triple-digit speed figures.
Kiss to Remember, co-highweighted with Flutterby at pounds, was to take the Added Elegance. With Flutterby atthe public saw this as a two-horse race. The third choice, Quiet Hour, with a pair of third-place showings to Flutterby in the Gold Mover and to Kiss to Remember in the Monroe, was while in receipt of six pounds.
Stumbling slightly at the break, Flutterby raced up and assumed control quickly, opening two lengths after a quarter-mile in: Kiss to Remember, never more than four lengths back, was pushed along by Edgard Zayas nearing the quarter pole and closed well, finishing lapped on the winner. Flutterby completed the race in 1: Her final time, and the way she outfinished a Grade 1-stakes placed filly, left Bozzo dreaming dreams he may never dared dream before. After two jumps no one was going with her, so I just went to the lead.
She is also a half-sister to blacktype winner Zoobstick, who won the American Dreamer at Calder. Mongolian Saturday had plenty left to save the place, finishing two lengths clear of Stacked Deck. Lezcano told Daily Racing Form: It was pretty easy. The Woodford was marred by a two-horse spill near the furlong pole involving favored Shore Runner and Speechify. Shaun Bridgmohan rode Speechify. Shore Runner was euthanized. EnBaffled dio a luz a una potra, hija de Graydar.
Fue consignada a la venta por Taylor Made Sales. El potro es hijo del caballo Tapit. La serie fue una buena experiencia. Tuvo que viajar en una jaula durante 29 horas hasta Louisville y, luego, volar a California.
Estaba compitiendo con los mejores de los mejores.
How long have you been involved in the thoroughbred industry and how did you get started…. As a kid growing up in Indiana, we always had a few cheap horses around.
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My older brother, John, trained horses around the Ohio and Kentucky circuit, and I fell in love with it early on. The mare died a few months later.
Crystal and I got married in I stumbled into the broodmare manager position a few years later and eventually went on to become the farm manager at that facility. We know this position is a very demanding one. Having served since late October, what do you think so far?
Despite my experience on the board, I still find there is more for me to learn every day. That perspective has never wavered. Based on your perspective as a member, board member, former officer, and now as president, what do you believe are the greatest strengths of the FTBOA?
The greatest strengths of the FTBOA include our dedicated staff and management, led by Lonny Powell, who work so diligently to promote and defend the industry. Our representation in Tallahassee, led by our lobbyist, Matt Bryan, is also one of our great strengths.
Finally, our greatest attribute is Ocala, Florida. Nowhere else in the world can you find the combination of climate, facilities, and support personnel that you can find here. So tell us a little bit about your fellow officers and your perspective on what it is like to be an engaged board member of the FTBOA? He is a great critical thinker with a practical mind.
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Together, having these two past presidents that I can turn to for advice is going to serve me, the members, and the Association well. Greg Wheeler offers a unique perspective as a small farm owner, and his counsel has already been very beneficial to me.
When I joined this board, I brought no expectations with me, just a desire to learn and to be a productive member. You get as much out of this experience as you are willing to put into it. Every single member of this board is here to try to be of benefit to the Florida thoroughbred community.
What are your thoughts so far?
The public meetings are an outreach effort to help educate and inform the membership on how the Association is run and how the award programs work. So, what would you like to say about Tallahassee and another soon-to-be action-packed legislative session next spring? Decoupling will surely be pushed yet again by the tracks and frontons that no longer want to conduct live racing and jai alai.
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We will be proactive in opposing decoupling, but at the end of the day, our responsibility is to the Florida thoroughbred industry. If our state legislators ultimately decide to decouple greyhounds, standardbreds, and quarter horses, then we must pull out all the stops to protect thoroughbred breeding and racing in our state, including through the establishment of a substantial state purse pool.
What are your thoughts? I find it deeply disturbing that the one group really responsible for putting the show on — the owners — have so little voice at the racetrack. When the horsemen lobby the track to give a stipend to the trainers for each horse they run, it ignores who the real loser is in that transaction.
I will do everything in my power to be a good representative of the board and the membership. The Florida thoroughbred industry has a lot of challenges ahead of it. The best way for us to confront those challenges is with a unified voice. In keeping with the primary objective of the FTBOA, we all need to actively promote the Florida thoroughbred industry and our Association that works so hard to defend it. Farm-City Week reminds us of the interdependency of food producers and food consumers, as well as those who process, package, transport and retail food.
For the most part, those trips are all business. But when Perez visits V. Farm, his Morriston, Fla. My son, Dimitri, is eight and my daughter Alexa is three. We love coming to the farm for long weekends and holidays. That downtime is essential to Perez, whose business endeavors include: Perez maintains corporate offices in Costa Rica and Caracas, as well as an administrative office in Miami.
Just walking around the farm and being around the horses is very relaxing.