Paulick Report adds news about a top 2-year-old in Chile

Fulton emailed to tell me the tale of a talented 2-year-colt named Vamos Pagando, who was an impressive eight-length winner in his recent career debut at Club Hipico in Santiago, Chile. Like Lookin at Lucky, Vamos Pagando (by the Storm Cat stallion Tumblebrutus) had some imperfections when he sold as a yearling. His original buyer … Continue reading Paulick Report adds news about a top 2-year-old in Chile

Montjeu blog examines career of M. Kinane by the stallions

Victor Sheahan is a cost accountant who moonlights as a pedigree analyst in Ireland. He also is a featured expert at ematings.com (where you can read his complete biographical profile) and the author of one of the best racing/breeding blogs I’ve encountered, Montjeu.com.  Victor’s latest post examines the work of the recently retired Mick Kinane, who ended his distinguished career … Continue reading Montjeu blog examines career of M. Kinane by the stallions

Belle Watling wins ‘quadruple crown’ and US$500,000 prize

[Youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W10x8GOOsgw] (Belle Watling has a white shadow roll; white silks, orange cap; in 4th most of trip) Belle Watling, the sensational 3-year-old Chilean-bred daughter of Dushyantor, won the Group 2 Gran Clasico Coranacion at Club Hipico de Santiago today over 2000 meters on turf and claimed a US$500,000 bonus for completing the track’s “quadruple crown.” The quadruple consisted of … Continue reading Belle Watling wins ‘quadruple crown’ and US$500,000 prize

Dominican superstar Sicotico, 24 for 26, has retired to stud

The Dominican Republic is known for its ball players like Pedro Martinez instead of its racehorses, who are the poor relations of the Caribbean racing countries. But over the last few years one Dominican horse, 4-year-old Sicotico, has put up gaudy Pedro Martinez-like numbers, winning 24 straight races from 26 starts, including the Dominican triple crown. … Continue reading Dominican superstar Sicotico, 24 for 26, has retired to stud