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Triple Crown News Release: Godolphin’s Thunder Snow Heads Six Late Triple Crown Nominations

By Darren Rogers —- GODOLPHIN’S THUNDER SNOW (IRE) HEADS SIX LATE NOMINATIONS TO THE RACES OF THE 2017 TRIPLE CROWN Late Nominees Lift Total Roster of Triple Crown-Eligible 3-Year-Old Thoroughbreds to 425 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Wednesday, March 22, 2017) – Godolphin’s Thunder...
Posted On 23 Mar 2017
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The Downside of Tradition: Why Steve Coburn is Right

STEVE COBURN CELEBRATES PREAKNESS WIN Bob Hill Tracksideview staff writer Business seminars are full of stories about companies and even entire industries that have died due to obsolescence. In almost every case, alternatives existed for leaders to see and choose from in altering...
Posted On 10 Jun 2014
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THE IMMORTAL ELEVEN / THE LAST CHAMPION

Before the curtain could fall on the 1970’s, it produced racing’s last Triple Crown winner, one who had the distinction of finishing ahead of his arch-rival in all three jewels of the Crown, and that champion went by the name of Affirmed. DRAPED IN ROSES 1978 – AFFIRMED ch.c....

THE IMMORTAL ELEVEN / UNDEFEATED

Our previous nine Triple Crown winners will always be immortalized as racing’s greatest, however our tenth Triple Crown Champion Seattle Slew separates himself from the rest, as he will always be the first and only Undefeated Triple Crown winner. 1977 – SEATTLE SLEW dkbbr.c. 1974...

THE IMMORTAL ELEVEN / THE 1970’s

A quarter of a century had passed since Citation placed the three jewels of the Triple Crown upon his head, and as America was awakening to big hair, bell-bottoms and disco, they were also awakening to a decade that produced some of the greatest racehorses to load into a starting...

THE IMMORTAL ELEVEN / THE WAR YEARS

The 1940’s was a decade that saw America’s fight for freedom in World War II, and it was also a decade that produced four Triple Crown Champions, whom racing historians referred to as the ‘War Horses”. We’ll look back on racings greatest decade, and the effect the war had on the...

THE IMMORTAL ELEVEN PART II

The 1930’s added two additional members of the Immortal Eleven, as Omaha followed in his sire’s hoof prints to take the 1935 Triple Crown, followed two years later by War Admiral’s commanding sweep of the 1937 edition. Let’s take a look at their careers. OMAHA 1935 – OMAHA ch.c....

THE IMMORTAL ELEVEN

As we get closer to June 7th and California Chrome’s bid to become thoroughbred racing’s twelfth Triple Crown winner, we’ll look back on the eleven Champions who accomplished racings toughest test and their place as Thoroughbred Legends. This series will run to the eve of the...

Medal Count latest to join Belmont Stakes challengers

NYRA release ELMONT, N.Y. – Medal Count, a Grade 3 winner who was eighth in the Kentucky Derby, has joined the list of 3-year-olds who are probable for the Grade 1, $1.5 million Belmont Stakes on June 7. Prior to running in the Derby, Medal Count won the Grade 3...
Posted On 28 May 2014

‘All Systems Go’ for Chrome

Jenny Kellner NYRA ELMONT, N.Y. – After Triple Crown contender California Chrome galloped two miles at 6 a.m. over Belmont Park’s main track, assistant trainer Alan Sherman declared “all systems go” as the colt continued preparations for a date with...
Posted On 26 May 2014