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A win by The Fugue in this year's Breeders' Cup Turf would make her just the third filly or mare to win the event.Read More
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  • tmallios1 · Thought i was done dwn the backside,1 was 6 wide and the other was screaming for room.Incredible ride by North of the border star.Filly was not bad either. Do not know how she will handle the dirt.She is one serious filly on turf and carpet.Very impressive.Check out my post to Laz above on the Champagne. · 278 days ago ·
  • EP Taylor · Amino- What more do I need? It was a simple comment.... · 278 days ago ·
Despite perennial success at the highest level and training one of the sport's most popular runners of the last 20 years, Bill Mott may be poised for his best year yet. Read More
As we say good-bye to 2012, it is time to take a few minutes to say our final farewells to those we lost this year...Read More
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  • forego139 · RIP my friends, thanks for all the great thrills you all provided during your racing careers. :’( · 548 days ago ·
  • amfuller · Word is from the necropsy Pulpit died from a blood clot but his body was ravaged with cancer and would have died anyway. So sad. Do these farms not do routine checks for cancer and other stuff? · 546 days ago ·
Theatrical was euthanized last night 8/31 due to the infirmities of old age....he was 30. http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/72518/theatrical-champion-and-leading-sire-dies RIP Theatrical!!
Theatrical sired a colt out of solar slew (dam of cigar). Does anyone know what this colt's registered name is?
Happy 30th Birthday to Theatrical!!!
The best editions of the Breeders' Cup Turf in history? Let the countdown begin... With VIDEO Read More
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  • ruhlmann · What about Prized, he' not on the list! Won the BC Turf as a 3 year old and first time on grass. I was so pissed when he beat Sunday Silence at Hollywood Park.....maybe he shouldn't be on the list. · 1002 days ago ·
  • BrianZipse · LOL ... as was I. · 1002 days ago ·
The Haskell Invitational Stakes (gr. I) is almost always a key post-classic test for 3-year-olds. This year, the race took on a potentially added significance, offering Preakness Stakes (gr. I) victor Shackleford or the Belmont Stakes (gr. I) captor Ruler On Ice—both of whom had the sidelined Kentuc...Read More
Previous to this Million race Manila had won nine (nine times, Ferris?) straight races until suffering defeat with a second place finish in the Bernard Baruch Handicap at Saratoga to seven year old Talakeno. The winning streak was quite impressive considering the races he had won such as the Lexingt...Read More
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  • footlick · Very true Laz- but you have to remember that our turf horses run on flat, small courses compared to the European counterparts. So, I never compare what an American horse does here. Part of the uniqueness in European racing is the difference of the courses and the layouts. Plus the fact that a soft turf course to us is probably good to firm there. Last year was the first time that I heard Euro's really being vocal about the hardness of the American tracks. And Sir Henry won't bring Midday this year because of the turf course at Churchill. The two racing worlds are so different. Interesting point about the breeding of those three, but remember they were sired by horses who made their name in Europe before standing here. Lyphard, Vaguely Noble and Sea-Bird were European champions who were brought here to stand stud. So yes, they were American bred, but they were sired by sired who raced in Europe, so they were very familiar to Europeans. But it is a very interesting point, as all of yours always are. · 1071 days ago ·
  • LAZMANICK · Footlick........love your knowledge about Euro horses and Euro racing. You always bring it into proper perspective. · 1071 days ago ·
We've already covered the one-two for Afleet Alex in the Pegasus Stakes (gr. III) in a separate post, but he wasn’t the only second season sire with a graded winner at the weekend. 2005 Champion Turf Male Leroidesanimaux got off the mark when his son Leroy’s Dynameaux, benefitted from a fast early p...Read More
Hill 'n' Dale Farms announced Oct. 13 that champion and leading sire Theatrical has been pensioned from stud duty.Read More

Theatrical - Race Results & Past Performances

View DetailsView Video11/21/87Theatrical1stHP61 1/2mTBreeders Cup Turf-G1 3+ MTheatricalTrempolinoVillage Star2:24.40
View DetailsView Video11/01/86Theatrical2ndSA61 1/2mTBreeders Cup Turf-G1 3+ MManilaTheatricalEstrapade2:25.40
View DetailsView Video11/02/85Theatrical11thAqu61 1/2mTBreeders Cup Turf-G1 4+ MPebblesStrawberry RoadMourjane2:27.00
View DetailsView Video06/05/85Theatrical7thEps31 1/2mTEpsom Derby-G1 3 MSlip AnchorLaw SocietyDamister2:36.23