Tag: BRAD COX

STAR 3YO TARAZ EUTHANIZED

By HRI Staff — As was reported online by Frank Angst in Tuesday’s edition of Bloodhorse.com, recent Martha Washington Stakes winner Taraz was euthanized Monday

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TARAZ: OAKLAWN FOR NOW

HRI Edited Release — Unbeaten Taraz returned to the track Wednesday morning at Oaklawn to begin preparations for her next scheduled start in the $300,000

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SPRINGBOARD FOR COX COLT

HRI Edited Release — Remington Park’s top 2-year-old stakes event, the $400,000 Springboard Mile, drew a maximum field of 12 for Sunday’s final race date of the

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CLARK IS A GRADE 1 SHOW

By HRI Staff — Some very good horses are going to be mixing it up on Black Friday at Churchill Downs. For the most part,

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THE 2020 DERBY FUTURE BOOK

By David Valento — Demand a Big Price — The Track Phantom made two serious Kentucky Derby future book bets in my lifetime. I bet

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ADMISSION OFFICE WELL SPOTTED

The Churchill feature is a competitive turf route for older handicappers going a mile and an eighth with course loving Mr. Misunderstood looking to repeat

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RIGHT HERE IN RIVER CITY

Mr. Misunderstood will defend his title in Saturday’s Grade 3 River City at Churchill Downs, heading a field of 10 turf specialists in the 1

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COX HORSES WIN TWO TITLES

By JENNIE REES — A year ago, Kentucky Oaks winner Monomoy Girl won the Breeders’ Cup Distaff at Brad Cox’s hometown track of Churchill Downs

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ZULU, ET AL, ARE SA BOUND

By JENNIE REES — Michael Hui is parlaying some of the money that Zulu Alpha won in taking Kentucky Downs’ $1 million Calumet Farm Kentucky

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OWENDALE ON SCHEDULE

HRI STAFF — Unfortunately for the principals involved, Owendale, who will make his next start in the Breeders’ Cup Classic, is going to need a

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A PILLAR OF STRENGTH

Hope we’re not getting in a rut here, but on Saturday we were attracted to the “other Chad” in a pair of stakes races. In

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JESSAMINE QUITE A PUZZLER

There’s nothing like a starting gate full of juvenile fillies going long on the grass around two turns at Keeneland. Think trips are going to

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