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The year 2009 will best be remembered as it pertains to the Kentucky Oaks by Rachel Alexandra’s jaw-dropping 20 ¼ length victory, but one other very significant ritual was inaugurated for the 135th running of the Kentucky Oaks. The Survivors Parade: a heartwarming march down the homestretch and past...Read More
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  • KyOaksRunner · It's going to be a fantastic race, and what a great field entered in a race that honors one of the greatest 3-year-old fillies of all time. I think Kathmanblu is the class of the field though Inglorious is pretty intriguing. · 1156 days ago ·
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  • WoodbineMile · I am picking my hometown Filly INGLORIOUS! · 1114 days ago ·
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Always looking for the next big thing, of late I have been poring meticulously over as many video replays of juvenile races as humanly possible. News flash … Uncle Mo looks pretty good. The juvenile filly set meanwhile, looks much more contentious. A number of fillies caught my eye as potential budd...Read More
Leading freshman sire Congrats will stand the 2011 breeding season at Tom Simon’s Vinery near Lexington, according to majority owner John Sykes. The 10-year-old son of A.P. Indy   formerly stood at Vinery near Summerfield, Fla.A grade II winner, Congrats will stand for $15,000.A fixture at...Read More
Generally, the fall is when the freshman sire race becomes intriguing. Often it’s a question of whether the fast-starting speed horses will get run down by the offspring of some of the later-maturing types as juvenile race distances lengthen. This year has been something of an anomaly, however, as t...Read More
Grade II winner Congrats sired his first winner when his 2-year-old daughter Check My Cheeks won May 1 at Camerero in Puerto Rico.Read More
The Ocala Breeders' Sales Co. yearling sale, like many other auctions before it in 2009, couldn't overcome the weak economy and ended up posting results that were down signficantly from 2008.Read More
A colt from the first crop sired by grade II winner War Front was purchased by Steven W. Young for $180,000 as the top-priced offering during the first half of Day 1 at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July yearling sale in Lexington.Read More
A filly from the first crop of grade II winner Congrats was purchased by Thomas M. McGreevy, as agent for Rick Porter's Fox Hill Farm, for $150,000 during the opening minutes of the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July yearling sale in Lexington July 20.Read More
This is a list of horses that consignors and buyers consider to be among the top prospects during the first session of the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky July select yearling sale July 20 in Lexington.Read More
By Jack Shinar Posted: Sunday, August 21, 2005 8:37 PM The infinite patience of trainer Beau Greely and jockey Garrett Gomez paid off Sunday when Borrego thundered down the center of the lane to capture the $1 million Pacific Classic (gr. I) before 30,741 at Del Mar.Read More

Congrats - Race Results & Past Performances

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View DetailsView Video08/21/05Congrats8thDmr81 1/4 mDPacific Classic-G1 3+ MBorregoPerfect DriftLava Man2:01.71
View Details07/09/05Congrats3rdBHP81 1/4 mDHollywood Gold Cup-G1 3+ MLava ManBorregoCongrats1:59.63
View DetailsView Video03/26/05Congrats5thNad61 1/4 mDDubai World Cup-G1 4+ MRoses In MayDyneverChoctaw Nation2:02.17
View DetailsView Video03/05/05Congrats2ndSA101 1/4 mDSanta Anita Handicap-G1 3+ MRock Hard TenCongratsBorrego2:01.20
View Details07/31/04Congrats3rdAP81 3/16 mDWashington Park Hcp-G2 3+ MEye Of The TigerOlmodavorCongrats1:56.87
View Details08/23/03Congrats5thSar111 1/8 mDTravers-G1 3 MTen Most WantedPeace RulesStrong Hope2:02.14
View DetailsView Video08/03/03Congrats3rdSar91 1/8 mDJim Dandy-G2 3 MStrong HopeEmpire MakerCongrats1:48.10