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Bred to Tiznow
  • Mary Z. · "Dibs" on this baby :) Liked this mare and she liked Oaklawn. Good girl. Always thought shed make an excellent broodmare. · 6 hours ago
Bred to Uncle Mo for 2015
Bred to Uncle Mo
Bred to Stay Thirsty
Bred back to Candy Ride
Bred to Candy ride
Bred to Tapit
Bred to Lucky Pulpit
Bred to War Front
Bred to Curlin
What's going on with him?
Spot is cool!
Bred to Bernardini
Bred to Candy Ride
Bred to War Front
Bred to Medaglia D'oro
Bred to Speightstown for 2015 foal
Bred to Speightstown

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Meet Bryan Brinkmeyer – Chicago, IL

 

Growing up I spent a lot of days in the Bluegrass State. Although I was born and raised north of the mighty Ohio River in Southwest Indiana, I was still next door to thoroughbred racing; Ellis Park, Henderson, KY 

 

Likewise, the first Saturday in May was always a celebrated family event. As my two brothers and I got older the battle for picking the next winner began to heat up. In 2000, I made my inaugural Kentucky Derby appearance. Since then I’ve made it an annaual tradition because there’s no other city or weekend in the racing world like Louisville, KY on Derby Day. 

 

Although the story of a Kentucky Derby winner is legendary, following a champions trail is what The Kentucky Derby Post is all about. The coverage begins when the 2-yr-old preps commence but it does not quit racing until all results are official, the field is set, the picks are made and the roses are worn. But that’s not all because the road doesn’t stop on the First Saturday in May. The elusive quest for the next Triple Crown has reached 35 years so I invite my readers to remain in the saddle through all three legs as we await the next Champion of Champions. Cheers.

 

 

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