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(July 24th)  Fiesta Oasis is progressing nicely and should be ready to ship to Belmont in the next week or two.  The 2YO colt is expected to start racing by the end of the year.  Shares in him are still available.

(July 20th)  Tail of Intrigue breezed five furlongs in 59.4 seconds this morning at her training center in South Carolina.  It was her first breeze at the five furlong distance.

(July 17th)  Both Smart Throb and Refined Lady finished off the board in their races over the weekend.  Both had good starts but faded later in their respective races.

(July 14th)  Tail of Intrigue breezed four furlongs in company in 47.3 seconds yesterday morning at her training facility in South Carolina.  Shares in her are still available for this speedy filly.  Act now if interested as she is close to selling out.

(July 13th)  Smart Throb will make her next start on Saturday, July 15th in the 2nd race at Belmont.  Carmouche will be the jockey for the seven furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #9 in a full field of ten scheduled starters.  Post time is 2:04 PM (EST).

(July 12th)  Refined Lady will make her first start off a layoff when she breaks from the gate on Friday, July 14th in the 5th race at Belmont.  Montanez will be the jockey for the six furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from a very difficult post position, #11, in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 3:41 PM (EST).

(July 10th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs in 48.4 seconds over the weekend at Fair Hill Training Center.

(July 10th)  Refined Lady breezed three furlongs at Belmont Sunday morning in 37.1 seconds.

(July 7th)  Tail of Intrigue breezed four furlongs in 47.4 seconds at her training center in South Carolina.

(July 5th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds over the weekend at Fair Hill.

(June 30th)  Fiesta Oasis continues to impress us as he trains daily in preparation for his first race.  His impressive pedigree matches his athletic ability and we are expecting big things from this guy.  Shares are still available at an unbelievable low price, so act now before he sells out.  This may be the one!

(June 28th)  Tail of Intrigue breezed three furlongs in company in 35.2 seconds this morning at her training facility in South Carolina.

(June 26th)  Refined Lady breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 49 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont.  She went in company.

(June 22nd)  Tail of Intrigue breezed three furlongs in company in a speedy 35.2 seconds.  While well restrained, she fought to keep the other horses from sticking their noses in front.  She looks like she is going to be a very fast horse.

(June 21st)  Refined Lady breezed four furlongs in 51.4 seconds at Belmont.  We are pointing her towards a race at Belmont on July 14th.

(June 19th)  Smart Throb finished 5th in her race at Belmont Friday.  She missed 2nd place by less than three lengths.  It was a good effort for her 1st turf race in such a large field.

(June 15th)  Smart Throb will make her next start on Friday, June 16th in the 2nd race at Belmont.  Caramouche has the mount for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of twelve scheduled starters. Post time is 3:36 PM (EST).

(June 13th)  Tail of Intrigue breezed three furlongs nice and easy in 36.3 seconds.  She went well in-hand and looks like she might have some decent speed.  Shares in her are still available but she is getting close to selling out.  Act now before it is too late if you have an interest.  We seriously recommend her for your consideration.

(June 12th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs over the weekend in 49.4 seconds at the Fair Hill Training Center.

(June 7th)  Tail of Intrigue had first three furlong breeze yesterday morning.  Being well restrained, she covered the three panels in 37.2 seconds.  She did it with ease and looked quite impressive.  For those who have not yet acted, shares in her are still available.  Act now to make sure you are in on her before she sells out.

(June 6th)  Refined Lady breezed four furlongs in 52 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont Park.

(June 2nd)  Check out our two new offerings by clicking on the "Offerings" tab at the top of the page. Shares are available in both horses but are selling quickly.  Act now if you have an interest before they are sold out.

(June 1st)  Smart Throb breezed three furlongs in 37.4 seconds at the Fair Hill training center yesterday morning.

(May 31st)  Tail of Intrigue breezed two furlongs in 24.2 seconds yesterday morning at her training center in South Carolina.

(May 30th)  Refined Lady breezed three furlongs in 38.4 seconds at Belmont.  It was her first breeze in her comeback after a short lay-up for a minor injury.

(May 25th)  We are thrilled to present a new offering named Fiesta Oasis - a NY bred Desert Party colt.  Click on the "Offerings" tab up above for all the details.  At just $499 per share, he is a great value for his muscular looks and outstanding pedigree.  We highly recommend him for your consideration.  Act now, as he is selling fast.

(May 23rd)  Bella Bambina​, fresh off a win in her last outing, suffered a minor injury which will require ninety days of rest before she can return to training.  She should be back in training by the end of the summer.

(May 18th)  Tail of Intrigue breezed two furlongs in 24.4 seconds.  It was her second breeze at that distance.  She is coming along nicely and should be ready to race by late summer or early fall.  Shares in her are still available and we strongly recommend her for your consideration.  She looks to be the real deal!!!

(May 16th)  Smart Throb is back to normal after experience some soreness and should be ready to race again in a few weeks.

(May 12th)  We are pointing Bella Bambina to a race on May 26th at Penn National.

(May 9th)  Refined Lady has been training well for her comeback off a short lay-up and should be ready to start breezing in the next couple weeks.  She is doing great.

(May 5th)  Tail Of Intrigue had her first breeze yesterday morning going two furlongs nice and easy in 25.3 seconds.  She is progressing quickly.  Shares in her are still available.  Click on our "Offerings" tab above for details.

(May 4th)  Winner's Circle Photo's of Bella Bambina's win last week have been mailed to everyone who requested one.

(May 3rd)  Smart Throb will be scratched from her race today.

(May 2nd)  Smart Throb will make her next start on Wednesday, May 3rd in the 9th race at Belmont. Rajiv Maragh will be the pilot for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #9 in a full field of twelve starters plus four also eligible.  Post time is 5:45 PM (EST).

(May 1st)  Smart Throb breezed five furlongs in 1:01.4 Saturday morning at Fair Hill.  It was her last serious prep for her race on Wednesday.

(May 1st)  Hob Nob finished 7th in his race at Belmont yesterday.  Racing with blinkers on for the first time, he never really fired.  We'll see how he comes out of the race before looking for his next start.

(April 28th)  Hob Nob will make his next start on Sunday, April 30th in the 2nd race at Belmont.  Sam Camacho Jr. will be in the irons for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of ten starters.  Post time is 2:01 PM (EST).

(April 26th)  Bella Bambina came out of her winning effort in good order and should be ready to race again in about four weeks or so.

(April 25th)  Smart Throb breezed five furlongs at the Fair Hill Training Center in 1:02.2 in preparation for her next start.

(April 21st)  Bella Bambina made her return to racing a winning one, easily winning her race last night.  She broke alertly assuming the lead on the first step out of the gate and never looked back.  She was threatened at the top of the stretch but found another gear and pulled off to win by about three lengths in a wire-to-wire display.  Congrats to all her connections on a job well done.

(April 19th)  Bella Bambina will make her return to racing after a long lay-up on Thursday, April 20th in the 2nd race at Penn National.  Rose will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of eight.  Post time is 6:27 PM (EST).

(April 17th)  Hob Nob finished off the board in his race Friday and never really fired.  We'll see how he comes out of the race before deciding our next move with him.

(April 14th)  Hob Nob will make his next start on Saturday, April 15th in the 2nd race at Aqueduct.  Montanez will be in the irons for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #10 in a full field of ten starters.  Post time is 1:54 PM (EST).

(April 12th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs at Belmont this morning in 49.1 seconds from the starting gate.  We plan to enter him this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday.  Check back tomorrow morning to see if he will be racing.

(April 10th)  Bella Bambina breezed five furlongs at Fair Hill over the weekend in 1:02.1.

(April 7th)  Maintenance invoices for the 2nd quarter of 2017 have been mailed.

(April 5th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 48.1 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 13th fastest of 159 breezes at that distance.

(April 4th)  Bella Bambina breezed five furlongs in 1:01 flat at the Fair Hill Training Center yesterday morning.

(April 3rd)  Smart Throb finished 5th on the sealed sloppy track at Laurel on Friday afternoon.  The winner beat her by about six lengths.  She came out of the race in good shape.

(March 28th)  Smart Throb will make her next start on Friday, March 31st in the 5th race at Laurel Park.  Lynch will be in the irons for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a field of eight scheduled starters.  Post time is 3:10 PM (EST).

(March 27th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 50.4 seconds at Belmont. 

(March 27th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds at Fair Hill yesterday morning.  It was her final prep for a race we are pointing her towards on Friday at Laurel Park.

(March 23rd)  We are pointing Smart Throb to a race at Laurel Park on March 31st if all continues to go well for her between now and then.

(March 22nd)  Bella Bambina breezed five furlongs ion 1:03 flat yesterday morning at Fair Hill on the all weather track.  It was the 5th fastest of eleven breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 1:02 flat.

(March 21st)  Refined Lady is working towards her comeback after being off for several weeks to recover from a minor injury.  She is coming along perfectly.

(March 16th)  Bella Bambina had an unpublished breeze at the Fair Hill Training Center going four furlongs in 49 seconds flat.

(March 14th)  Hob Nob came out of his race in good shape.

(March 10th)  Smart Throb breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 yesterday morning at the Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland.  It was the co-fastest workout of the day at that distance.

(March 8th)  Hob Nob will make his next start on Friday, March 10th in the 3rd race at Aqueduct.  Gazader will be up for the one mile route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #2 in a field of nine scheduled starters.  Post time is 2:20 PM (EST).

(March 6th)  Bella Bambina breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds yesterday morning at the Fair Hill Training Center. 

(March 6th)  Hob Nob breezed three furlongs in 37.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(March 3rd)  Check out our newest offering - Tail of Intrigue.  Click on the "Offerings" tab above for all the details. 

(March 2nd)  We plan to enter Hob Nob on Sunday for a race at Aqueduct on Friday, March 10th.

(February 28th)  K-1 tax statements for 2016 have been mailed to partners for all our horses owned in 2016 that required the filing of tax returns.  They should be arriving in your mailbox by the end of this week.

(February 27th)  Hob Nob came out of his race in good shape and is training well for his next start.

(February 22nd)  Tail of Intrigue is well into her training and is showing some promise.  We are hopeful that our newest offering will be ready for her debut sometime this summer/fall.

(February 20th)  Bella Bambina breezed four furlongs on the dirt at the Fair Hill Training Center in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning.

(February 17th)  Hob Nob finished 6th in his race at Aqueduct yesterday.  He ran in 4th most of the race, but tired some down the stretch, as it was his first race back after a long lay-up.  It was a decent effort for his first race back.

(February 15th)  We are pleased to announce that we have privately purchased and immediately retired a former Dream Team Racing Stable horse named Star of New York.  The stakes placed gelding was still racing at the age of eleven in lower-level claimers at Philadelphia Park.  The former stable star won twelve races and earned well over $500,000 during his distinguished career.  A natural leader and teacher, Star of New York will now serve as a training pony at our barn at Belmont.  We are thrilled to have him back.

(February 13th)  Hob Nob will make his first start back off the lay-up when he breaks from the gate on Thursday, February 16th in the 8th race at Aqueduct.  Gazader will be in the irons for the one mile seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #5 in a field of nine scheduled starters.  Post time is 4:20 PM (EST).

(February 10th)  We are thrilled to announce our newest offering - a striking looking NY bred Freud filly named Tail of Intrigue.  Click on the "Offerings" tab up above to learn all the details.  The sales price includes all expenses through July 1st.  Act now before it's too late.  Sales have been brisk and we wouldn't be surprised if she sold out quickly.

(February 9th)  Bella Bambina breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning at Fair Hill.  It was the 3rd fastest of seven breezes at that distance.

(February 7th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in company in 52 seconds flat at Belmont over the weekend.  We are pointing him towards a race at Aqueduct on February 16th.

(February 6th)  Smart Throb finished 7th in her race at Aqueduct.  She broke alertly but was unable to overcome the outside post, traveling outside and wide the entire race.  It was a good first effort that we hope to build upon as she moves forward in her racing career.

(February 3rd)  Bella Bambina breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds at Fair Hill yesterday morning.  The fastest breeze of the day was 49.1 seconds. 

(February 3rd)  Smart Throb is 6-1 on the morning-line for her debut tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(February 2nd)  Smart Throb will make her debut on Saturday, February 4th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Rajiv Maragh will be in the irons for the six furlong sprint on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #8 in a full field of ten starters.  Post time is 4:50 PM (EST).

(January 31st)  Hob Nob breezed five furlongs in 1:04 flat yesterday morning at Belmont Park.

(January 30th)  Smart Throb breezed five furlongs from the starting gate in company in 1:01.4 over the weekend at Fair Hill.  The fastest breeze was 1:01 flat.

(January 27th)  Check out our new offering - a NY bred Freud filly named Tail of Intrigue.  Just click on the "Offerings" tab up above to view all the information on her.  You won't be disappointed.

(January 25th)  Bella Bambina breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds at Fair Hill over the weekend.

(January 24th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds at Fair Hill over the weekend. 

(January 23rd)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds over the weekend at Belmont Park.  Click on the link below to see a short video clip of Hob Nob finishing his breeze.  He is on the outside, breezing with another horse:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-3Ns8umsEB8&t=8s

(January 20th)  We are thrilled to announce our newest offering - a NY bred filly named "Tail of Intrigue".  Information on her is available by clicking on the "Offerings" tab above and then clicking on the "Freud Filly '15".  We strongly recommend her for your consideration.  She is one fantastic looking filly.

(January 17th)  Bella Bambina breezed three furlongs in 37.3 seconds yesterday morning at Fair Hill. 

(January 16th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 50.1 seconds at Belmont over the weekend.

(January 13th)  Refined Lady broke well from the gate and ran 2nd for most of her race yesterday at Aqueduct but tired in the stretch finishing off the board in her first race at two turns.

(January 10th)  Bella Bambina breezed three furlongs in 38.4 seconds yesterday morning at the Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland.

(January 9th)  Refined Lady will make her next start on Thursday, January 12th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Montanez will be up for the one mile route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #3 in a full field of thirteen entries.  Post time is 4:20 PM (EST).

(January 6th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 52 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(January 5th)  Smart Throb missed as few days of training this past week due to a fever.  She is back in light training but missed her regular breeze due to the illness.

(January 3rd)  Quarterly maintenance invoices have been mailed for the 1st quarter of 2017.  They are due upon receipt.

(December 30th)  Refined Lady finished 2nd in her race at Aqueduct yesterday afternoon.  She broke sharply, settled in to 2nd and maintained that position to the wire.  She faced a nose to nose challenge at the top of the stretch but dug in hard to rebuke the challenge and win the runner-up spot.  It was a big improvement over her previous performances.

(December 29th)  Hob Nob breezed three furlongs in 38.2 seconds at Belmont Yesterday morning.  It was his first breeze after his lay-up for a minor injury.

(December 27th)  Refined Lady will make her next start on Thursday, December 29th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Montanez retains the mount for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #8 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 1:47 PM (EST).

(December 26th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs in company at Fair Hill in 48.4 seconds Saturday morning.  It was the 3rd fastest of sixteen breezes at that distance.

(December 23rd)  Refined Lady breezed three furlongs at Belmont in 36.4 seconds yesterday morning in company.  We plan on entering her late next week for a race in early January at Aqueduct. 

(December 23rd)  Hob Nob had an impressive two-minute lick yesterday morning at Belmont and looks like he will be ready to start breezing in the next week or two.

(December 21st)  Bella Bambina and Hob Nob have been back in training after lay-ups for minor injuries.  Both are coming along nicely and both should be ready to start breezing again in the next couple of weeks.  So far, both are doing great.

(December 19th)  Smart Throb is now sold out.  Look for another new exciting offering coming in January.

(December 15th)  Refined Lady breezed three furlongs in 36.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 5th fastest of 31 breezes at that distance.

(December 14th)  Smart Throb had an unpublished breeze, going four furlongs in 48.2 seconds at Fair Hill.  She is getting close to seeing her first race and only one share remains available.  If you have an interest in that last share please contact us immediately as she could sell out now at any moment.

(December 12th)  Looking for a horse that will be racing soon?  Then Smart Throb may be your answer.  This talented filly should see her first start in about three to four weeks.  Only two shares remain, so act quickly if you have an interest.  She is very close to selling out.

(December 8th)  Refined Lady came out of her race in good shape.

(December 5th)  Refined Lady finished 5th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday afternoon.  Breaking from the outside post #12, she broke sharply, taking the early lead but was unable to clear the field in order to pull over to the rail before the turn.  Thus she was eased up a bit in an attempt to pull in behind the wide line of early leaders and save ground on the turn.  However, she faded way back to last place, well behind the field, before she made another move passing several horses down the stretch.  She missed 3rd by about two lengths.

(December 1st)  Refined Lady will make her next start on Sunday, December 4th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Montanez will be the pilot for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #12 in a full field of 12 starters.  Post time is 1:47 PM (EST).

(November 30th)  Smart Throb breezed five furlongs for the first time.  She went nice and easy in company crossing the wire in a time of 1:02.

(November 28th)  Refined Lady breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(November 21st)  Smart Throb had the fastest breeze of the day at Fair Hill Friday when she breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in company in 49 seconds flat.  It was the fastest of seven breezes at that distance.

(November 17th)  Both Refined Lady and Istan Has Arrived failed to hit the board in their races yesterday.  Both came out of their respective races in great shape.

(November 15th)  Istan Has Arrived will make his next start on Wednesday, November 16th in the 4th race at the Finger Lakes.  Yang will be up for the one mile forty yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 1:36 PM (EST).

(November 14th)  Refined Lady will make her first start on Wednesday, November 16th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Montanez will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #12 in a full field of twelve horses plus three also eligibles.  Post time is 4:17 PM (EST). 

(November 11th)  Refined Lady is now sold out.  A few shares remain available in Smart Throb but she too is close to selling out.  Act now if you are interested before it is too late.

(November 9th)  Refined Lady breezed five furlongs in company at Belmont in 1:03 flat.

(November 7th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds in company at Fair Hill over the weekend.  It was a solid breeze as the fastest breeze was 49 seconds flat.

(November 2nd)  Refined Lady breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 at Belmont.

(November 1st)  Istan Has Arrived is 10-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow afternoon.

(November 1st)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds over the weekend at Graham Motion's training center in Maryland.

(October 31st)  Hob Nob shipped back to Belmont after a short lay-up for a minor injury.  He will resume training today. 

(October 31st)  Istan Has Arrived will make his next start on Wednesday, November 2nd in the 4th race at the Finger Lakes.  Yang will be back aboard as Istan stretches out to a distance of 8.5 furlongs for the first time.  They break from post position #4 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 2:31 PM (EST).

(October 26th)  Bella Bambina has returned to full training after time off for an injury.  She has been in training for several weeks now and should be ready to resume some speed work in about a month.  She is coming along nicely.

(October 25th)  Smart Throb fired the bullet work at Fair Hill over the weekend covering the distance of three furlongs in 37.2 seconds.  It was the fastest of seven breezes at that distance.

(October 24th)  Refined Lady breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont.

(October 19th)  Istan Has Arrived missed the break and was quickly in last place in a large field during his race yesterday.  He did manage to pass some horses and make up some ground, finishing about six lengths behind the winner.  The poor start compromised any opportunity he had of winning the race.

(October 17th)  Refined Lady breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 48.1 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.  If you are looking for a horse close to racing and doing well then Refined Lady may be for you.  Shares are still available.  She is expected to start racing in about four weeks.

(October 14th)  Istan Has Arrived will make his next start on Tuesday, October 18th in the 4th race.  Yang will be back aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a big field of nine starters.  Post time is 2:31 PM (EST).

(October 12th)  Istan Has Arrived breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat yesterday morning.  We plan to enter him tomorrow for a race on Tuesday, October 18th.

(October 7th)  Refined Lady breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in company yesterday morning at Belmont.  She covered the four panels in 50 seconds flat.

(October 5th)  Quarterly maintenance invoices were mailed yesterday to all partners.

(October 3rd)  Istan Has Arrived came out of his race in good shape.

(September 29th)  Refined Lady returned to training this past week after missing several days due to an illness and cough.  She is doing well and should be back on a regular breezing schedule shortly.

(September 26th)  Smart Throb had her first published breeze over the weekend, going an easy four furlongs in 51.2 seconds.

(September 21st)  Istan Has Arrived finished in 5th place in his race yesterday.  He broke a tad slow and was in last place, about five lengths behind the leaders.  He made a bold move on the turn going four wide through fast fractions to get up to 3rd, about a length behind the leaders, but was unable to sustain the drive down the stretch.  It was a good effort off a tough trip.

(September 19th)  Fresh off his maiden win in his last race, Istan Has Arrived will face winners for the first time when he breaks from the gate in the 6th race at the Finger Lakes tomorrow, September 20th.  Yang retains the mount for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from the outside post in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 3:25 PM (EST).

(September 14th)  Smart Throb completed her training and was shipped to trainer Graham Motion yesterday.  She arrived safely and will now focus on her final preparations for her first race.

(September 13th)  Istan Has Arrived came out of his winning effort in good shape.

(September 8th)  Istan Has Arrived won his race yesterday afternoon.  After breaking slow and starting in last place, he steadily made his way up to the two favorites as they entered the turn.  By the end of the turn, he took the lead going wide and cruised home for a comfortable victory.  It was an impressive win first try off the lay-up.

(September 7th)  Smart Throb breezed three furlongs in 36 seconds flat over the weekend at her training facility in South Carolina.

(September 6th)  Istan Has Arrived will make his next start on Wednesday, September 7th in the 4th race at the Finger Lakes.  Yang will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 2:31 Pm (EST). 

(September 6th)  Refined Lady breezed two furlongs in company at Belmont over the weekend, going the distance in 25.3 seconds.  It was her very first breeze.

(August 31st)  Istan Has Arrived breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at the Finger Lakes.

(August 30th)  Refined Lady broke from the starting gate for the first time and we captured it on video.  Click on the link that follows to view the video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rpzcIokskg

(August 29th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat at her training center in South Carolina late last week.

(August 26th)  Istan Has Arrived is recovering from an illness and is back to training daily.  He should be ready to breeze again shortly.

(August 23rd)  Smart Throb came out of her breeze in great shape.

(August 18th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs well in-hand in 49.1 seconds this morning at her training center in South Carolina.  It was by far the fastest breeze of the day and she did it with ease.  She should be ready to ship to the track after a couple more breezes.  Shares in her remain available.

(August 18th)  Click on the link below to view a short video-clip of Refined Lady as she completed a two-minute lick down the stretch at Belmont yesterday morning.  Shares in her remain available:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcYFIkDpbik 

(August 16th)  We are pleased to announce our first acquisition for 2017 - a stunning and flashy NY bred Freud filly.  She will not be offered until the fall as she is just a yearling at this point.  She is expected to start training September 1st at the training center we use in South Carolina and will likely start racing in about a year from now.  She has yet to be named.

(August 12th)  Congrats to trainer Patrick Quick who won the NY Stallion Statue of Liberty Sakes at Saratoga yesterday when Free and Clear came from slightly off the pace to nab her first stakes win in her first try at that level.  Congrats to all her connections for a job well done.

(August 8th)  Refined Lady, our newest offering, is progressing quickly.  She has been galloping in company each day and she has really picked up her speed in the past week.  So far, she looks awesome.  Shares are still available if you have an interest.

(August 4th)  Smart Throb missed her breeze this past week due to a small problem caused by new shoes she received the day before.  She is doing very well.

(July 28th)  Check out our current offerings.  Both are quality 2YO fillies and both are expected to start racing later this fall.  Both Smart Throb and Refined Lady are coming along wonderfully in their training.  We highly recommend them for your consideration.

(July 26th)  Smart Throb breezed four furlongs for the first time yesterday morning going the distance in 51.1 seconds on a very deep track.

(July 19th)  Sales in our newest offering, Refined Lady, have been brisk.  We have sold 76 shares in the first week with only 24 shares remaining.  Act now before it's too late as we expect her to sell out quickly.

(July 15th)  We are pleased to announce the addition of Refined Lady to our stable.  The 2YO Freud filly is a NY bred and is now available for purchase.  Click on the "Offerings" tab above and then click on "'14 Freud filly" for all the details.  She is one awesome looking filly and has been training at Belmont for a couple months now.  She should be ready to race in just a few more months.  We strongly recommend her for your immediate consideration.

(July 14th)  Istan Has Arrived breezed four furlongs in 52.4 seconds yesterday morning in company.

(July 13th)  The race for Istan Has Arrived was once again not used by the racing office.  We'll have to look for another spot for him.

(July 11th)  We entered Istan Has Arrived yesterday but the race was not used.  They did write it back as an extra for Saturday so we will go ahead and enter him again on Tuesday for that spot.

(July 8th)  Check out our newest offering, a NY bred filly named Refined Lady, by clicking on the "Offerings" tab above.  Our initial offering will begin next week. 

(July 8th)  Smart Throb breezed three furlongs in 36.4 seconds at her training center in South Carolina. 

(July 7th)  Hob Nob came up with an issue and will be scratched from his race tomorrow at Belmont.

(July 5th)  Hob Nob will make his next start on Friday, July 8th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Camacho will be the jockey for the 6.5 furlong race on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a full field of twelve starters.  Post time is 7:21 PM (EST).

(July 1st)  Hob Nob breezed five furlongs in 1:02.1 this morning at Belmont.  We are pointing him towards a race at Belmont on the 8th.

(June 29th)  Istan Has Arrived finished off the board in his race yesterday.  He ran along well the first half of the race and then abruptly stopped as they approached the top of the stretch.  We'll look for some class relief for him in his next start.

(June 27th)  At 12-1 on the morning-line, Istan Has Arrived is considered a bit of a long-shot for his race tomorrow.

(June 24th)  Istan Has Arrived will make his next start on Tuesday, June 28th in the 6th race at Finger Lakes.  Piermarini will be the pilot for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of eight scheduled starters.  Post time is 3:25 PM (EST).

​(June 22nd)  Istan Has Arrived breezed three furlongs in 40.2 seconds yesterday morning at the Finger Lakes.  We plan on entering him tomorrow for a race on the 28th.

(June 21st)  Smart Throb breezed an easy two furlongs in 25.2 seconds at her training center in South Carolina over the weekend.  She galloped out strong and looks like she is ready to go three furlongs on her next breeze.  She is doing great.

(June 20th)  Mind That Diamond was running a super race when she had to be pulled up from the race due to an injury.  The injury is not life-threatening but she will need sixty days off to heal.  We are grateful that the jockey noticed the issue in a timely manner and that both the jockey and horse came out of the race safe.

(June 16th)  Mind That Diamond will make her next start on Saturday, June 18th in the 10th race at Belmont.  Jackie Davis will be aboard for the six furlong sprint over the weeds.  They break from post position #11 in a full field of 12 starters.  Post time is 6:17 PM (EST).

((June 15th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 48.2 seconds at Belmont Park yesterday morning.

(June 13th)  We entered Mind That Diamond yesterday for a race at Belmont on Thursday, but the race was not used by the racing office.  They did write the race back for Saturday, so we do plan to enter her for that race on Wednesday.

(June 10th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Sunday, June 12th in the 5th race at Belmont.  Torres will be the pilot for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #1 in a full field of 16 entries.  Post time is 3:36 PM (EST). 

(June 10th)  Mind That Diamond fired the bullet breeze at Belmont yesterday morning going five furlongs in 59.4 seconds.  It was the fastest breeze of the day at that distance.

(June 8th)  We plan on entering Valerie's Spirit tomorrow afternoon for a race at Belmont on Sunday. 

(June 6th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs at Belmont over the weekend in 51.2 seconds. 

(June 6th)  Istan Has Arrived broke sluggishly in his debut and quickly found himself in 11th place early in the race.  He made up some ground throughout the race and ended up finishing 6th.  He missed 3rd place by about two lengths.  The slow start and post position #11 were just too much to overcome.

(June 3rd)  Istan Has Arrived is 10-1 on the morning-line for his debut tomorrow afternoon. 

(June 3rd)  Mind That Diamond breezed three furlongs in 37.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(June 2nd)  Istan Has Arrived will make his debut on Saturday, June 4th in he 4th race.  Piermarini will be up for the six furlong sprint on he dirt.  They break from post position #11 in a field of eleven entries.  Post time is 2:31 PM (EST).

(May 31st)  Smart Throb, our talented 2YO filly, is getting close to selling out.  Act now if you have an interest before she is gone.  She is expected to start racing later this year and is being trained by H. Graham Motion.

(May 25th)  Mind That Diamond, Valerie's Spirit and Hob Nob all came out of their respective races in great shape.

(May 23rd)  Valerie's Spirit rallied from last place at the top of the stretch to finish 5th in her race at Belmont.  She passed seven horses down the stretch and was quickly gaining on the leaders when the wire came up.  It looks like she may even need more distance. 

(May 23rd)  Hob Nob never took to the turf in his race at Belmont over the weekend and finished off the board.  It appears that the turf may not be his preferred surface.

(May 20th)  Istan Has Arrived fired the bullet breeze in Lexington, KY yesterday morning.  He went four furlongs over the mud in 49 seconds flat.  It was the fastest of six breezes at the distance.

(May 19th)  Hob Nob will make his next start on Saturday, May 21st in the 5th race at Belmont.  Carmouche will be the pilot for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #4 in a full field of sixteen entries.  Post time is 3:06 PM (EST). 

(May 17th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Friday, May 20th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Jackie Davis will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #5 in a full field of sixteen entries.  Post time is 5:45 PM (EST).

(May 16th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs at Belmont over the weekend in 49.3 seconds.

(May 16th)  Mind That Diamond will make her next start on Wednesday, May 18th, in the 4th race at Belmont.  Jackie Davis will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the weeds.  They break from post position #9 in a field of sixteen entries.  Post time is 3:04 PM (EST).

(May 12th)  The race for Mind That Diamond was not used.  There are two possible races for her next Wednesday and Thursday so we will be entering her again this weekend for those races.

(May 12th)  We entered Mind That Diamond yesterday for a race at Belmont on Saturday but the race was not used due to a lack of entries.  They added an extra race for Sunday going six furlongs on the turf, so we plan on entering her this afternoon for that race.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(May 10th)  We are pleased to announce the acquisition of a new colt named Istan Has Arrived.  The unraced 3YO colt will see his first race in just a few weeks.  Unfortunately, no shares in him are available as he was pre-sold to a few partners before we bought him.

(May 9th)  Mind That Diamond breezed four furlongs in 48.4 seconds at Belmont Park yesterday morning.

(May 5th)  Valerie's Spirit was pinched at the start and ran in last place the first half of the race.  She was 15 lengths back at the top of the stretch but rallied to finish 6th.  She finished about four lengths behind the winner.  It was a good effort for such a poor start.

(May 3rd)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Wednesday, May 4th in the 4th race at Belmont.  Franco will be in the irons for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #11 in a full field of 12 starters.  Post time is 3:04 PM (EST).

(May 2nd)  Valerie's Spirit breezed three furlongs in 36.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  We plan to enter her for a race at Belmont on Wednesday. 

(May 2nd)  Hob Nob's race came off the turf at Belmont yesterday.  Hob Nob missed the break and quickly found himself in last about ten lengths back.  While he made an effort to make up much of the distance, he tired in the stretch and finished off the board.

((April 29th)  Hob Nob will make his next start on Sunday, May 1st in the 2nd race at Belmont.  Luzzi will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of twelve starters.  Post time is 2:01 PM (EST).

(April 28th)  Sales and interest in Smart Throb have picked up significantly this week.  If you have an interest in purchasing shares, please act quickly as there is a risk that she may sell out at any time.  She is selling quickly.

(April 26th)  Hob Nob breezed three furlongs in 36.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 3rd fastest of 14 breezes at that distance. 

(April 25th)  Mind That Diamond finished off the board in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.  After running in 5th, five-wide around the turn, she was unable to stay with the leaders down the stretch.  Breaking from the #14 post was just too much for her to overcome.

(April 21st)  Mind That Diamond will make her next start on Sunday, April 24th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Mike Luzzi will be up for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post #14 in a full field of 14 starters.  Post time is 5:44 PM (EST).

(April 21st)  We entered Hob Nob this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct but the race was not used due to a lack of entries.  They did write the race back as an extra for Friday, April 29th, so we will go ahead and enter him again on Sunday afternoon for that spot.

(April 20th)  Valerie's Spirit is tentatively scheduled to make her next start on Friday, April 22nd in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  She is entered as an MTO for a turf race and will need the race to come off the turf in order to draw into the body of the race.  Rain is forecast for Friday, so there is a chance that it could happen. If not, she will be scratched.

(April 19th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 48.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont..  We plan to enter him later this week for a race at Aqueduct on April 24th.

(April 18th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed five furlongs in 1:02 flat yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.. We plan to enter him later this week for a race at Indiana Grand on April 26th.

(April 14th)  Mind That Diamond came out of her race in good shape.

(April 11th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 51.1 seconds at Churchill Downs yesterday morning.

(April 8th)  Hob Nob was a late scratch from his race today.  Partners should log-in to the partner page for more details.

(April 8th)  Mind That Diamond went off at 56-1 in her race today at Aqueduct and gave the 8-5 favorite a run for the money, tracking her every step to the top of the stretch.  She tired slightly down the stretch and finished about four lengths behind the winner.  It was a nice improvement over her previous races.

(April 6th)  Hob Nob and Mind That Diamond are both considered long-shots for their respective races on Friday at Aqueduct with odds of 20-1 and 30-1.

(April 4th)  Hob Nob will make his next start on Friday, April 8th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Luzzi retains the mount for the eight furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a full field of 14 starters.  Post time is 5:44 PM (EST). 

(April 4th)  Mind That Diamond will make her next start on Friday, April 8th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Davis will be up for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 2:59 PM (EST). 

(April 4th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs at Churchill Downs over the weekend in just over 50 seconds.  We are pointing him to a race near the end of this month.

(April 1st)  Valerie's Spirit rallied from last place to finish 3rd in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.  After a slow start, she managed to steadily pick off horses but was no match for the top two.  It was a good effort for such a poor start.

(March 31st)  Our March Madness Sale ends at the close of business today.  The sale offers a 33% discount on all new purchases.  Mega Hit is now sold out, so the discount applies to shares purchased in Smart Throb.  Act now to take advantage of this incredible deal. 

(March 29th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Thursday, March 31st in the 8th race at Aqueduct.  Mike Luzzi will be in the irons for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 5:11 PM (EST). 

(March 28th)  Mega Hit is now sold out. 

(March 28th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans over the weekend.

(March 25th)  Our March Madness Sale is now in its final week.  Through March 31st, we are featuring a 33% off discount on any of our current offerings.  Hob Nob recently sold out and Mega Hit is getting close to selling out.  Shares in the speedy Smart Throb are also available.

(March 25th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds yesterday morning at the Fair Grounds.

(March 23rd)  Valerie's Spirit breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds at Belmont.  We are pointing her towards a race at Aqueduct on the 31st.

(March 21st)  Both Mind That Diamond and Hob Nob finished 5th and 6th in their respective races over the weekend.

(March 18th)  Our 2YO filly named Smart Throb breezed three furlongs in an eye-popping 33.3 seconds yesterday morning in South Carolina.  Shares are still available in her and with our current March Madness Sale, purchasers are entitled to 33% off through the end of March.  We strongly recommend her for your consideration.

(March 17th)  Hob Nob is now sold out. 

(March 17th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans yesterday morning. 

(March 17th)  Mind That Diamond will make her next start on Saturday, March 19th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Jackie Davis will be up for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #8 in a full field of 12 starters.  Post time is 3:50 PM (EST). 

(March 17th)  Hob Nob will make his debut on Saturday, March 19th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Mike Luzzi will be aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a full field of ten starters.  Post time is 5:20 PM (EST).

(March 15th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed three furlongs in 37 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(March 14th)  Our March Madness Sale is now on and will run through the end of the month.  During the remainder of March, we are offering a 33% discount on our three current offerings - Hob Nob, Smart Throb and Mega Hit.  Hob Nob is close to selling out so act quickly if you have an interest.  Click on the "Offerings" tab above for all the information on these three outstanding offerings. 

(March 14th)  Mind That Diamond fired the bullet breeze at Belmont Saturday, going three furlongs in 35.4 seconds.  It was the fastest of twenty breezes at that distance. 

(March 14th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 52 seconds flat Saturday morning at Belmont. 

(March 10th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed three furlongs in 36.3 seconds at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans.  It was the 3rd fastest of 17 breezes at that distance.

(March 8th)  Chief of State breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont. 

(March 7th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 53 seconds at Belmont over the weekend.

(March 4th)  Both Mind That Diamond and Valerie's Spirit came out of their races in great shape.

(March 2nd)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 51.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(February 29th)  Both Valerie's Spirit and Mind That Diamond finished 6th in their respective races over the weekend.  Both had tough trips.  

(February 26th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed three furlongs at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans in 37.1 seconds.

(February 25th)  Mind That Diamond will make her next start in the 4th race at Aqueduct on Saturday, February 27th.  Davis will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #6 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(February 24th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Friday, February 26th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Davis will be aboard for the one mile route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #10 in a field of ten starters.  Post time is 3:50 PM (EST).

(February 23rd)  Valerie's Spirit breezed three furlongs at Belmont in 36.3 seconds. 

(February 22nd)  Chief of State finished 4th in his race at Aqueduct, missing 2nd place by just over a length. 

(February 22nd)  Mind That Diamond finished 5th in her race at Aqueduct.  She ran evenly then tired some near the wire. 

(February 22nd)  Hob Nob had his first breeze from the gate, going four furlongs in 53 seconds after a very slow break.  A couple more times and he'll have it down.

(February 16th)  Mind That Diamond will make her next start on Saturday, February 20th in the first race at Aqueduct.  Davis will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #2 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 12:50 PM (EST).

(February 15th)  Chief of State will make his next start on Friday, February 19th in the 8th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be aboard for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 4:20 PM (EST). 

(February 14th)  We entered Mind That Diamond today for a race at Aqueduct on Friday but the race was not used.  They did write it back as an extra for Saturday, so we plan on entering her again tomorrow for that spot.

(February 12th)  Chief of State and Valerie's Spirit had the co-fastest workouts at Belmont yesterday morning.  They breezed three furlongs together and hit the wire in 36.3 seconds.  We plan to enter Chief of State and Mind That Diamond on Sunday for races at Aqueduct on the 19th.

(February 10th)  Mind That Diamond breezed four furlongs in company at Belmont yesterday morning in 50.4 seconds.  We are pointing her towards a race at Aqueduct on the 19th. 

(February 9th)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs at Belmont after breaking from the starting gate in 51.2 seconds yesterday morning. 

(February 8th)  The race for Valerie's Spirit was not used by the racing office.  We'll have to look for another spot for her.

(February 5th)  We plan to enter Valerie's Spirit tomorrow afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Thursday.

(February 4th)  Hoosier Spirit is training well after a short lay-up.  Click on the link that follows to see a short video clip of him galloping at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans earlier this week.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2e6Bc9_LHQ

(February 2nd)  Hob Nob breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning. 

(February 2nd)  Valerie's Spirit and Mind That Diamond breezed three furlongs together at Belmont yesterday morning in 38 seconds flat.

(February 1st)  Chief of State breezed three furlongs in 36.2 seconds at Belmont over the weekend. 

(February 1st)  We entered Valerie's Spirit yesterday for a race at Aqueduct on Friday but the race was not used.  They did write it back as an extra for Saturday so we do plan to enter her on Wednesday for that race.

(January 29th)  Looking for a horse that is almost ready to race, then check out Hob Nob.  The talented colt is very close to seeing his first race and shares in this promising colt still remain available.  Click on the "Offerings" tab above for all the information. We don't think you'll be disappointed.

(January 27th)  Mind That Diamond breezed four furlongs in 51.4 seconds at Belmont.

(January 25th)  Hob Nob had his first four furlong breeze at Belmont over the weekend.  He traveled the four panels in 52 seconds flat.

(January 22nd)  Winner's Circle Photo's of Chief of State's win on the 16th have been mailed to everyone who placed an order.

(January 21st)  Chief of State came out of his winning effort in great shape. 

(January 21st)  Valerie's Spirit came out of her 2nd place effort in great shape.

(January 20th)  Hob Nob and Mind That Diamond breezed three furlongs together at Belmont in 37.4 seconds.

(January 19th)  Valerie's Spirit finished 2nd in her race at Aqueduct Sunday.  She ran in last place most of the race and rallied on the last turn and down the stretch to secure the 2nd place result. 

(January 17th)  Winner's circle photos can be ordered for Chief of State's victory by emailing info@dreamteamracingstable.com with requests.

(January 17th)  Valerie's Spirit is 7/2 on the morning line for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(January 16th)  Chief of State made his 2016 debut a winning one for him and his partners.  As a long shot, Chief stalked the leaders for half a mile before pouncing on the lead while turning for home and held off the field to a good looking length and a half victory at the wire.

(January 15th)  Chief of State is 10-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct. 

(January 15th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Sunday, January 17th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Davis will be aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of six starters.  Post time is 12:20 PM (EST). 

(January 15th)  Hoosier Spirit arrived safely at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans and will resume training immediately.

(January 14th)  We plan to enter Valerie's Spirit today for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(January 13th)  Chief of State will make his next start on Saturday, January 16th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #8 in a full field of sixteen horses.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(January 13th)  We plan to enter Chief of State this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(January 12th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed four furlongs in 49.4 seconds at Belmont.  We plan to enter her Thursday for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday. 

(January 12th)  Hoosier Spirit has completed a month of jogging and will ship back to Dallas Stewart at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans tomorrow.

(January 11th)  Hob Nob breezed three furlongs in 38.2 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.

(January 8th)  Mind That Diamond will make her debut on Sunday, January 10th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Davis will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of ten starters.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(January 7th)  We plan on entering Mind That Diamond this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday. 

(January 5th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 48.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(January 4th)  Mind That Diamond breezed four furlongs in 48 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(December 29th)  Mind That Diamond  breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(December 28th)  Hob Nob breezed three furlongs in an easy 38.4 seconds this morning at Belmont.  It was his first breeze in a while so he was not allowed to go too fast.

(December 23rd)  Mind That Diamond fired the bullet breeze at Belmont yesterday morning, covering three furlongs in 36.3 seconds.  It was the fastest of 21 breezes at that distance.

(December 21st)  Chief of State finished 4th in his race at Aqueduct over the weekend.  His wide trip compromised his chances for a better result, but he did run well, equaling his best speed Beyer of his career.

(December 18th)  Valerie's Spirit is 10 -1 on the morning-line for her race today at Aqueduct. 

(December 18th)  Chief of State is 4 -1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(December 16th)  Chief of State will try to make it two wins in a row when he breaks from the gate on Saturday, December 19th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Cornelius Velasquez retains the mount.  They break from post position #2 in a field of six scheduled starters.  Post time is 12:20 PM (EST). 

(December 15th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Friday, December 18th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  DeCarlo will be in the irons for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of eleven starters.  Post time is 4:20 PM (EST).

(December 14th)  Chief of State fired the bullet breeze Saturday morning at Belmont, going three furlongs in 35.4 seconds.  It was the fastest of 25 breezes at that distance. 

(December 14th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed four furlongs in 37.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  We plan on entering her this week for a race at Aqueduct on Friday. 

(December 14th)  Mind That Diamond breezed five furlongs in 1:03.4 Saturday morning at Belmont.

(December 11th) Bella Bambina's race overfilled for Wednesday and she is not on to the list of 12 racing...Graham Motion will review the options for another spot.

(December 11th)  Winner's Circle Photos of Chief of State's recent win have been mailed to everyone who placed an order.  They should be arriving in your mailbox any day now. 

(December 11th)  We plan to enter Bella Bambina this afternoon for a race on Wednesday, December 16th.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(December 8th)  Mind That Diamond breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in company Sunday morning at Belmont.  While the clocker's missed timing her, she did however receive her starting gate card.  We are pointing her towards a debut race at Aqueduct on December 20th if all goes well between now and then.

(December 7th)  Bella Bambina fired the bullet breeze at Fair Hill over the weekend, going four furlongs in 49 seconds flat.  It was the fastest of 15 breezes at that distance.

(December 4th)  We are thrilled to announce the availability of two new offerings - a colt named Mega Hit and a filly named Smart Throb.  Both are NY bred and eligible for the lucrative restricted NY bred races and both will be trained by H. Graham Motion.  Click on the "Offering" tab at the top of this page for all the details.

(December 3rd)  Looking to buy into a horse that will be racing soon, then check out Hob Nob.  The talented colt should be ready to race sometime before the end of next month.  He is doing fantastic.

(December 1st)  Anyone interested in purchasing a winner's circle photo of Chief of State's win this past week should contact the office.

(November 30th)  Mind That Diamond breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(November 26th)  Chief of State got the job done yesterday, easily winning his race at Aqueduct.  He sat in 4th about five lengths behind the leader until he made his move half-way through the turn.  He quickly gained 2nd place but had a lot of ground to make up in order to catch the leader.  He fought it out down the stretch and collared the leader at the 16th pole to easily win the race.  It was an impressive win first off the lay-up.  Congrats to all his connections for a job well done.

(November 25th)  Valerie's Spirit is 20-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(November 24th)  Chief of State is 6-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(November 23rd)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Thursday, November 26th in the 5th race at Aqueduct.  DeCarlo retains the mount for the nine furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in a full field of twelve starters.  Post time is 1:50 PM (EST). 

(November 23rd)  Mind That Diamond was reported by the clockers to have breezed three furlongs in 37.4 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.

(November 21st)  Chief of State will make his return to the races after a short lay-up when he breaks from the gate in the first race at Aqueduct on Wednesday, November 25th.  Cornelio Velasquez will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 12:20 PM (EST).

(November 17th)  Bella Bambina finished 4th in her debut, missing 3rd by just over a length.  After a very good start, she faded quickly once dirt hit her in the face, falling to almost twenty-five lengths back in 10th place.  However, she rallied down the stretch passing six horses to snatch the minor award.  It was a very good first effort.  

(November 16th)  Mind That Diamond had the bullet breeze at Belmont yesterday morning going three furlongs in 36 seconds flat.  It was the fastest of 21 breezes at that distance. 

(November 16th)  Chief of State fired the bullet breeze at four furlongs yesterday morning going the distance in 47.4 seconds and galloping out five furlongs in 1:01 flat.  It was the fastest four furlong work out of 52 breezes at that distance.  Click on the following link to view a short video of the end of his breeze:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOdNFQFIocE

(November 16th)  Bella Bambina is 6-1 on the morning-line for her debut today at PARX.

(November 16th) Valerie's Spirit went off as the longest shot in her race at Aqueduct at 34-1 but managed to grab 2nd place as she rallied from the back of the field to narrowly miss winning by just over a length.  It was an excellent effort for her first route on the dirt.

(November 13th)  Bella Bambina will make her debut in the seventh race on Monday, November 16th, at PARX going six and a half furlongs in a MSW PA-bred race for two year old fillies.  Top jockey, Trevor McCarthy will be aboard and they will break from post position ten in an eleven horse field; post time is 3:07 PM (EST).

(November 12th)  All of our horses that breezed over the weekend came out of their breezes in great shape. 

(November 12th)  Valerie's Spirit is the longest shot in her race tomorrow at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 30-1.

(November 10th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Friday, November 13th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  DeCarlo will be the pilot for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #8 in a field of ten.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(November 9th)  Mind That Diamond breezed three furlongs in just under 36 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(November 9th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed three furlongs in 36 seconds flat Saturday morning at Belmont. 

(November 9th) Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 47 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning. 

(November 9th)  Bella Bambina breezed five furlongs on the dirt at Fair Hill in 1:02 flat Saturday morning.  Click on the link below to see some short video clips and photo's of her from Saturday morning: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0sMD2LxxHg

(November 6th)  Looking to invest in a colt that will start racing soon, then our 2YO colt named Hob Nob is your answer.  Check him out on our offerings page.  Shares do remain available but he is selling quickly.  Act now before it's too late.

(November 4th)  Mind That Diamond is now sold out.  Shares in Hob Nob are still available. 

(November 4th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds at Belmont.

(November 3rd)  Mind That Diamond breezed three furlongs at Belmont in 37.3 seconds.

(November 2nd)  Bella Bambina breezed five furlongs at Fair Hill in 1:02.1.

(October 29th)  Click on the link below to view a video of Mind That Diamond breezing at Belmont this past weekend.  She is the one on the outside:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uN3gR8XL1Ks

(October 26th)  Mind That Diamond breezed two furlongs in 23.4 seconds over the weekend at Belmont and galloped out three furlongs in 36.4 seconds.  Our impressive 2 YO filly is on target to make her first start in about six weeks or so.  Shares are still available and we strongly recommend her for your consideration.  As our trainer states, "she's a real runner". 

(October 26th)  Bella Bambina breezed five furlongs in 1:01.1 over the weekend at Fair Hill.  It was the 2nd fastest of sixteen breezes at that distance. 

(October 26th) Chief of State breezed three furlongs in 39 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(October 24th)  Hoopskirt was unable to overcome the far outside post and finished off the board.  She ran a good race but was unable to overcome the wide trip. 

(October 22nd)  Valerie's Spirit had a slow start and moved from 11th place up to 4th place just a few lengths behind the leader.  But she was fanned nine wide on the final turn and ran flat down the stretch to finish off the board.  It was a good effort for going two turns for the first time.

(October 21st)  Hoopskirt will make her final start on Friday, October 23rd in the 5th race at the Meadowlands.  Davis will be up for the five furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #10 in a field of ten starters.  Post time is 9:00 PM (EST).  Hoopskirt will be retired after this race. 

(October 20th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Wednesday, October 21st in the last race at Belmont.  DeCarlo will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in a field of twelve starters.  Post time is 5:19 PM (EST).

(October 19th)  Hoopskirt had the fastest breeze at Belmont Saturday morning going three furlongs in 35.2 seconds. 

(October 19th)  Bella Bambina breezed five furlongs in 1:01 at Fair Hill Saturday morning.  It was the 2nd fastest breeze at that distance. 

(October 19th)  Mind That Diamond breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont. She went in company and ran in the outside path.  Click on the following link to view a short video clip of the end of the breeze:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zxp126b1Sgo

(October 16th)  We plan on entering Valerie's Spirit tomorrow for a race at Belmont on Wednesday.  Check back Monday to see if she will be racing.

(October 14th)  Rarely do we make recommendations regarding horse selection, but we are going to do so in this case.  Mind That Diamond looks to be the real deal.  She will likely start racing in about eight weeks and she has shown us some awesome talent already.  We strongly recommend her for your consideration.  Don't be left out, act now before she is sold out.

(October 12th)  Bella Bambina breezed five furlongs on the all-weather track at Fair Hill in 1:03.2 over the weekend.

(October 9th)  Valerie's Spirit finished 6th in her race yesterday. She broke poorly and started in 12th place about twenty lengths back but managed to rally late finishing about six lengths behind the winner.

(October 7th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her next start on Thursday, October 8th in the 4th race at Belmont Park.  Jara will be aboard for the six and a half furlong sprint. They break from post position #3 in a full field of 12.  Post time is 2:34 PM (EST)

October 5th)  Bella Bambina breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at Fair Hill.

(October 3rd)  Racing at The Meadowlands has been cancelled for tonight due to heavy rains and flooding.  As a result, Hoopskirt will not be racing.

(October 2nd)  Mind That Diamond had her first official breeze yesterday morning at Belmont, going three furlongs in 39 seconds on an off-track.  Because of the track conditions, she was restrained during the breeze. 

(October 2nd)  Hob Nob breezed three furlongs in 39 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont on an off-track.  Because of the track conditions, he was restrained during the breeze.

(October 1st)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Saturday, October 3rd in the 5th race at the Meadowlands.  Garcia will be aboard for the five furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #5 in a field of nine.  Post time is 9:00 PM (EST).

(September 30th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(September 28th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat Saturday morning at Belmont.

(September 24th)  Bella Bambina had her first five furlong breeze this morning at Fair Hill.  It was the 2nd fastest of seven breezes at that distance.  She covered the five panels in 1:02 flat. 

(September 23rd)  Hob Nob breezed three furlongs in 38.3 seconds at Belmont yesterday morning.

(September 20th)  King Kongrats will be scratched from his race today.

(September 20th)  Hoosier Spirit finished 5th in his race at Churchill Downs Friday.  He missed 3rd place by a little over a length.

(September 18th)  King Kongrats will take to the turf for the first time when he breaks from the gate on Sunday, September 20th in 7th race at Belmont.  Rodriguez will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the weeds.  They break from post position #4 in a full field of 12 starters.  Post time is 4:13 PM (EST). 

(September 18th)  Hoosier Spirit is 10-1 on the mornming-line for his race this afternoon at Churchill Downs.

(September 18th)  Bella Bambina breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat yesterday at Fair Hill.  It was the 2nd fastest of five breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 49.80 seconds.

(September 17th)  After breaking poorly and falling behind 25 lengths, Valerie's Spirit found her groove and rallied from dead last in a fourteen horse field to get 6th place in her debut yesterday.  She was about ten lengths behind the winner.

(September 15th)  Hob Nob had his first official breeze, going three furlongs in 38.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(September 15th)  Hoosier Spirit will return to the races on Friday, September 18th in the 8th race at Churchill Downs.  Jamie Theriot will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of twelve starters.  Post time is 4:18 PM (KY time). 

(September 14th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed five furlongs on the dirt in 1:00.4 over the weekend at Churchill Downs.  It was the 2nd fastest of 30 breezes at that distance. 

(September 14th)  Valerie's Spirit will make her debut on Wednesday, September 16th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Fernando Jara will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a large field of 14 starters.  Post time is 5:19 PM (EST).

(September 11th)  If the race for King Kongrats this afternoon at Belmont comes off the turf, then we will scratch him and look for another turf race for him.

(September 9th)  We entered Hoosier Spirit again today, but the race was once again not used due to a lack of entries.  They did not write the race back as an extra so we will have to look for another spot for him.

(September 8th)  Ocean Boulevard finished 2nd in her race at Monmouth over the weekend.  She ran most of the race in 10th place but made a huge move on the 2nd turn to get up to 3rd for the stretch drive.  She managed to pass a horse but was unable to get to the winner.

(September 8th)  We entered Hoosier Spirit today for a race but it was not used.  They did write it back again as an extra for Saturday, so we will be entering again tomorrow for that spot.

(September 4th)  Hoosier Spirit's race was not used for next Wednesday so we will look for another spot.

(September 4th)  King Kongrtats will be scratched from his race today.

(September 4th)  We plan on entering Hoosier Spirit this afternoon for a race in Indiana on Wednesday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing. 

(September 4th)  Bella Bambina fired the bullet work at Fair Hill yesterday morning, traveling three furlongs in 38 seconds flat.  It was the fastest breeze of that set. 

(September 4th)  Ocean Boulevard is the 4th choice for her race today with morning-line odds of 7-2.

(September 3rd)  Ocean Boulevard will make her next start on Friday, September 4th in the 6th race at Monmouth.  Garcia will be aboard for the one mile 70 yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a field of 11 starters.  Post time is 3:18 PM (EST).  King Kongrats is also entered for the 5th race on the same card as Ocean Boulevard but will likely be scratched as he is 2nd on the also eligible list and will need two scratches in order to draw in.  If he gets in Garcia will be aboard for the one mile turf race.  Post time is 2:49 PM (EST).

(September 2nd)  Hoosier Spirit fired the bullet work at Churchill Downs yesterday morning going five furlongs in 59.2 seconds.  It was the fastest of 23 breezes at that distance.

(September 1st)  Valerie's Spirit breezed five furlongs on the training track at Saratoga in 1:04.3 yesterday morning.

(August 31st)  Bella Bambina breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat at Fair Hill over the weekend. 

(August 31st)  Ocean Boulevard breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat yesterday morning at Saratoga. 

(August 28th)  The race for King Kongrats grossly overfilled and he did not get into the race.  We'll have to look for another spot for him.

(August 27th)  We plan on entering King Kongrats today for a race at Monmouth on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(August 26th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed four furlongs on the dirt training track at Saratoga in 49.2 seconds yesterday morning. 

(August 26th)  Ocean Boulevard breezed three furlongs on the dirt training track at Saratoga in 38.4 seconds yesterday morning.

(August 24th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed five furlongs in 1:00 flat over the weekend at Churchill Downs. 

(August 24th)  Bella Bambina breezed four furlongs over the weekend at Fair Hill in 52 seconds flat. 

(August 21st)  Check out our two new offerings, Hob Nob and Mind That Diamond.  Both are training well at Belmont and both are expected to start racing in about sixty days.  They are doing exceptionally well.

(August 19th)  Ocean Boulevard will be scratched from her race today.

(August 18th)  Ocean Boulevard is scheduled to make her next start on Wednesday, August 19th in the 4th race at Saratoga.  A jockey has yet to be selected.  She will break from post position #6 in a field of 12 starters for the 8.5 furlong route on the dirt.  Post time is 2:39 PM (EST).  She is entered for MTO and will be scratched if the race stays on the turf.

(August 17th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs at Churchill Downs Saturday morning in 48.4 seconds. 

(August 17th)  Bella Bambina breezed three furlongs at Fair Hill Saturday morning in 38.2 seconds. 

(August 17th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed three furlongs on the training track at Saratoga Saturday morning in 36.4 seconds.

(August 13th)  The race for Ocean Boulevard was not used by the racing office due to a lack of entries.  We will have to look for another spot for her.

(August 13th)  We plan on entering Ocean Boulevard this afternoon for a race at Saratoga on Monday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(August 12th)  Partners of Chief of State should log-in to the partner page to read an important update.

(August 12th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(August 10th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds Saturday morning at Churchill Downs.

(August 7th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed three furlongs on the dirt at the Oklahoma training track at Saratoga in 37.2 seconds.  It was the 2nd fastest breeze at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 37.1 seconds.

(August 5th)  Chief of State will be scratched from his race today.

(August 4th)  Ocean Boulevard had a terrible start in her race at Saratoga yesterday and quickly found herself almost twenty-five lengths back from the leaders.  Although she made up a lot of that distance, she was unable to make an impact and finished off the board.  The winner beat her by about ten lengths.

(August 3rd)  Hoosier Spirit breezed three furlongs in 36.2 seconds Saturday morning at Churchill Downs. 

(August 3rd)  Chief of State will make his next start on Wednesday, August 5th in the 4th race at Saratoga.  Cornelio Velasquez will be aboard for the nine furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of eight starters.  Post time is 2:39 PM (EST).

(July 31st)  We are pleased to introduce our newest offering - a NY Bred filly by Freud.  Check her out on our "Offerings" page,  She is a stunning 2YO filly in training at Belmont and expected to see her first start this fall. 

(July 31st)  We plan on entering Chief of State on Saturday afternoon for a race at Saratoga on Wednesday.  Check back late Saturday to see if he will be racing. 

(July 31st)  Ocean Boulevard will make her next start on Monday, August 3rd in the 5th race at Saratoga.  Cornelio Velasquez will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #8 in a field of ten starters.  Post time is 3:12 PM (EST).

(July 30th)  Hoopskirt is 10-1 on the morning-line for her race at Monmouth tomorrow.

(July 28th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Friday, July 31st in the 4th race at Monmouth.  Garcia will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 2:20 PM.

(July 24th)  The race for Ocean Boulevard was not used due to a lack of entries.  We'll have to look for another spot for her.

(July 23rd)  We plan on entering Ocean Boulevard this afternoon for a race at Saratoga on Sunday. 

(July 23rd)  Hoosier Spirit had an unpublished breeze at Churchill Downs, going two furlongs in 25.1 seconds.

(July 22nd)  Chief of State, Valerie's Spirit and Ocean Boulevard all shipped to Saratoga yesterday morning.  They will be stabled at barn #36 which is located on the Oklahoma Track side of the facility.

(July 21st)  Hob Nob continues to train well as he prepares for his debut.  He is stabled at Belmont and is expected to make his first start in about eight weeks.  Shares in this promising NY bred are available.  Check him out on our "Offerings" page.

(July 20th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday. 

(July 20th)  King Kongrats came out of his race in good shape.

(July 17th)  Congrats to trainer Pat Quick, who won the 1st race at Belmont yesterday. 

(July 17th)  King Kongrats finished off the board in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He broke well but quickly fell back and never threatened.  We hope to try him on the turf for his next outing.

(July 15th)  Chief of State, Hoopskirt and Ocean Boulevard all came out of their respective races in good shape.

(July 14th)  Quarterly maintenance invoices were mailed late last week and should arrive at any time. They are due upon receipt.    

(July 13th)  King Kongrats will make his next start on Thursday, July 16th in the 4th race at Belmont.  Taylor Rice will be aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 2:53 PM (EST). 

(July 13th)  Chief of State finished 3rd in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He missed 2nd place by a few inches. 

(July 13th)  Hoopskirt finished 5th in her race at Monmouth. 

(July 13th)  Ocean Boulevard finished 5th in her race at Belmont Saturday. 

(July 13th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(July 10th)  Hoopskirt is 10-1 on the morning-line and Ocean Boulevard is 12-1 for their respective races tomorrow.

(July 10th)  Chief of State will make his next start on Sunday, July 12th in the first race at Belmont.  Cornelio Velazquez will be in the irons for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a field of six starters.  Post time is 1:20 PM (EST).

(July 9th)  We plan to enter Chief of State this afternoon for a race at Belmont Park on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing. 

(July 9th)  Hoopskirt will try to make it two wins in a row when she breaks from the gate Saturday in the 3rd race at Monmouth Park.  Garcia will be aboard for the eight furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 1:42 PM (EST). 

(July 9th)  Ocean Boulevard will make her next start on Saturday, July 11th in the 5th race at Belmont Park.  Junior Alvarado will be back aboard for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 3:24 PM (EST).

(July 7th)  Ocean Boulevard breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  We plan to enter both her and Hoopskirt Wednesday afternoon for races at Belmont on Saturday.

(July 6th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 50.1 seconds yesterday at Belmont.  We plan to enter him Thursday for a race at Belmont on Sunday.

(July 3rd)  The race for Hoopskirt was not used by the racing office.  We'll have to look for another spot for her.

(July 2nd)  Hoopskirt breezed three furlongs in 37.2 seconds yesterday at Belmont.  We plan to enter her today for a race at Monmouth on Sunday.  Check back tomorrow to see if she will be racing.

(June 29th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 48.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(June 29th)  Chief of State breezed three furlongs in 38.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(June 26th)  Looking to add another horse to your stable?  We strongly suggest you consider Hob Nob.  This extremely promising 2YO colt has already breezed three furlongs (In an impressive 36.2 seconds) and arrived at Belmont a few days ago.  You are not going to want to miss out on this young athlete as he has already shown us a ton of talent and being a NY bred, he is eligible for the lucrative NY bred restricted races.  Sales in Hob Nob have picked up since his last breeze but there are still shares available.  Don't get left out.  Act now before it's too late.

(June 25th)  The race for Hoopskirt was not used due to a lack of entries.  We'll have to look for another spot for her.

(June 25th)  We plan on entering Hoopskirt this afternoon for a race at Monmouth on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(June 24th)  Hob Nob was shipped to Belmont yesterday and will resume training this morning.

(June 23rd)  Hoopskirt breezed three furlongs in 37.1 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  We are pointing her towards a race this weekend at Monmouth. 

(June 23rd)  Hoosier Spirit was shipped back to Dallas Stewart at Churchill Downs yesterday after a ninety day lay-up for a minor injury.  We hope to see him back to racing soon.

(June 22nd)  Hob Nob had his final breeze at the training center Saturday morning.  He went three furlongs in 36.2 seconds and galloped out strong.  He will be shipped to Belmont as soon as arrangements can be finalized with the trucking company. 

(June 22nd)  Ocean Boulevard fell way behind in her race Friday, but managed to rally from over twenty lengths back to get 4th place.  She was only a little over three lengths from the winner.

(June 19th)  Chief of State will be scratched from today's race at Belmont Park.

(June 18th) Chief of State will make his next start on Saturday, June 20th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Silvera will be back in the irons for the seven furlong dirt sprint.  They break from post position #5 in a field of eight starters.  Post time is 5:28 PM (EST). 

(June 18th)  Ocean Boulevard is 10-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Belmont. 

(June 17th)  We plan to enter Chief of State this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing. 

(June 17th)  Bella Bambina is now sold out.  Best of luck to everyone who invested in her.

(June 17th)  Ocean Boulevard will make her next start on Friday, June 19th in the second race at Belmont.  Silvera will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of eight.  Post time is 3:30 PM (EST).

(June 15th)  Chief of State breezed three furlongs in 37 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(June 12th)  We are pointing Chief of State to a race at Belmont on June 20th.

(June 11th)  Ocean Boulevard breezed three furlongs in 38.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(June 10th)  We are pointing Ocean Boulevard to a race at Belmont on June 19th.

(June 9th)  Hoosier Spirit has returned to training after a 90 day layup for a minor injury.  We hope to see him racing again in a few months.

(June 8th)  Click on the link below to see a short video of American Pharoah's stretch run to win the triple crown.  The video was taken by Dream Team President James Culver from the vantage-point of his seat at the race:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6nCBkxgaDU

(June 3rd)  Bella Bambina had her first published breeze, going three furlongs in company in 36.4 seconds.  It was the 2nd fastest of 18 breezes at that distance.

(June 1st)  COMING SOON: We are in the process of adding another 2YO filly to our stable - a NY bred filly by Freud.  She is an awesome looking filly that has been training since September.  In her last breeze, she went one furlong in an easy 10.4 seconds and galloped out three furlongs in a strong 36.2 seconds.  At the pace she is going, she should be ready to see her first race by September.  We will be ready to offer shares in her in about ten days.

(May 29th)  Winner's Circle Photo's of Hoopskirt's victory last week have been mailed to everyone who placed an order.

(May 27th)  Ocean  Boulevard breezed three furlongs in 36.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(May 26th)  Bella Bambina arrived safely at Graham Motion's facility in Fair Hill, Maryland and will resume her training in preparation for her first race.

(May 23rd)  We did not enter Chief of State as anticipated yesterday, as he came down with a slight fever yesterday morning.

(May 22nd)  We may enter Chief of State this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Monday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(May 21st)  Bella Bambina has completed her training and will be shipped to Graham Motion tomorrow.  We hope to see her racing by the end of the summer.

(May 20th)  Hoopskirt came out of her winning effort in good shape.  Anyone interested in ordering a winner's circle photo of Hoopskirt's victory on Sunday, should contact the office to place an order as we plan to place a group order on Saturday.

(May 18th)  Hoopskirt won her race at Monmouth Park yesterday in a hard fought battle down the stretch.  In the end, she managed to beat her nearest competitor by a length.  It was Hoopskirt's 6th career win.      

(May 18th)  Congrats to trainer Pat Quick who almost pulled off the triple over the weekend.  Pat had three horses run over the weekend and he managed two wins and a second.

(May 15th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Sunday, May 17th in the 4th race at Monmouth Park.  Garcia will be the pilot for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of eleven starters. 

(May 15th)  King Kongrats never really fired in his race yesterday and finished off the board.

(May 14th)  We plan on entering Hoopskirt this afternoon for a race at Monmouth on Sunday.  Check back tomorrow to see if she will be racing.

(May 13th)  Valerie's Spirit breezed a mile at Belmont yesterday morning.  The clockers gave her a time of 38 seconds flat for the last three furlongs of the breeze.  She should be ready to see her first race in about three or four weeks.

(May 13th)  King Kongrats is 15-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Belmont.

(May 12th)  Hoopskirt breezed three furlongs in 37 seconds flat at Belmont Park yesterday morning.

(May 11th)  King Kongrats will make his next start on Thursday, May 14th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Garcia will be aboard for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #9 in a field of ten starters.  Post time is 5:28 PM (EST).

(May 6th)  Chief of State came out of his 2nd place effort in great shape.

(May 4th)  Chief of State finished 2nd in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He broke sluggishly in last place and rushed up to assume 3rd before heading into the turn.  By the end of the turn he was losing some ground to the two leaders and it looked like he was finished, but he found some strength, battled on and managed to easily grab the runner-up spot.

(May 1st)  Chief of State will make his next start on Sunday, May 3rd in the 6th race at Belmont Park.  Silvera retains the mount for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of seven scheduled starters.  Post time is 3:55 PM (EST). 

(April 30th)  We plan on entering Chief of State this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(April 29th)  Ocean Boulevard is 10-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Belmont Park.

(April 28th)  Ocean Boulevard will make her next start on Thursday, April 30th in the 8th race at Belmont.  Lezcano will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #5 in a full field of twelve starters.  Post time is 4:57 PM (EST).

(April 27th)  Valerie's Spirit had her first breeze since recovering from a brief sickness.  She went three furlongs at Belmont in 38 seconds flat over the weekend. 

(April 27th)  Ocean Boulevard breezed three furlongs in 37 seconds flat at Belmont over the weekend.

(April 22nd)  King Kongrats came out of his race in great shape.

(April 20th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(April 20th)  King Kongrats fell way behind early but managed to rally, making up a lot of distance late in the race.  Although he did not hit the board, he was just two lengths from 2nd place.

(April 17th)  King Kongrats is the 4th choice for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 6-1.

(April 15th)  King Kongrats will make his next start on Saturday, April 18th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be aboard for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 2:53 PM (EST).  The race for Ocean Boulevard was not used by the racing office so we will have to find another spot for her.

(April 15th)  We plan to enter both King Kongrats and Ocean Boulevard this afternoon for races at Aqueduct on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if they will be racing.

(April 13th)  Bella Bambina breezed three furlongs in 37.1 seconds.  One of our current offerings, Bella is almost sold out.  This promising 2YO filly looks to be the real deal.  Act now if you have an interest before it is too late.

(April 13th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 48.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  We plan on entering him on Wednesday afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday.

(April 12th)  Hoopskirt finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct over the weekend.

(April 10th)  American Hero finished 2nd in his race at Aqueduct.  Overcoming an outer post with eleven competitors, he sat in 6th most of the race, about ten lengths behind the leader.  Experiencing some traffic ahead on the turn, a hole opened on the rail and he rushed through to quickly move up to 2nd place.  However, he was still five lengths behind the leader.  He gained every step down the stretch but just couldn't catch him.  The winner beat him by one-half of a length. 

(April 10th)  Hoopskirt is 6-1 on the morning-line for her race this afternoon at Aqueduct.

(April 9th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Friday, April 10th in the 2nd race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They  break from post position #6 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 1:51 PM (EST).

(April 8th)  American Hero is 12-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(April 7th)  Chief of State came out of his race in great shape.

(April 7th)  Hoosier Spirit is doing well.  He is on a short lay-up at a farm in Kentucky.  We visited him Saturday and he was in good spirits and good care.

(April 6th)  American Hero will make his next start on Thursday, April 9th in the 8th race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be up for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #9 in a field of eleven starters.  Post time is 4:57 PM (EST).

(April 6th)  Chief of State finished 3rd in his race Saturday, missing 2nd by less than a length.  It was an excellent effort for the large step-up in class.

(April 6th)  American Hero breezed three furlongs in 36.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(April 3rd)  Chief of State is 20-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(April 2nd)  Our newest acquisition, Ocean Boulevard, finished 3rd in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.  She came from way off the pace, had serious traffic problems in the stretch, and still managed to get up for 3rd.  The winner beat her by a little over a length.

(April 2nd)  Chief of State will make his next start on Saturday, April 4th in the 5th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be in the irons for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #11 in a field of eleven starters.  Post time is 2:46 PM (EST).

(April 1st)  Quarterly maintenance invoices have been mailed for the second quarter of 2015.

(March 31st)  Bella Bambina, one of our current offerings, is way ahead of schedule and is on target to start racing this summer.  She has been breezing three furlongs each week and should be ready to ship to trainer H. Graham Motion in about four weeks, maybe sooner.  A limited number of shares are still available but she is very close to selling out.  Act now if you have an interest before you get closed out.

(March 30th)  Hob Nob has been doing extremely well in his training and is on schedule to ship to Belmont in the May/June timeframe.  Shares are still available in this promising colt.  He is expected to start racing by September if all continues to go well.

(March 28th)  King Kongrats has been scratched from his race this afternoon.

(March 26th)  King Kongrats will make his first start off a long lay-off when he returns to Aqueduct on Saturday, March 28th in the 9th race.  Garcia will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #12 in a field of twelve.  Post time is 5:18 PM (EST).

(March 24th)  Our new E Dubai filly, now named Valerie's Spirit, breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat at Belmont.

(March 23rd)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont. 

(March 23rd)  Hoopskirt finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.

(March 20th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Sunday, March 22nd in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be the pilot for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of eight starters.  Post time is 3:48 PM (EST). 

(March 20th)  American Hero finished 4th in his race yesterday.  He missed 2nd by less than 2 lengths. 

(March 20th)  E Z Passer finished 5th in her race yesterday.  She was claimed from us and we wish her new connections the best.  She leaves us with just shy of $463,000 in earnings.

(March 19th)  Chief of State will be scratched from his race tomorrow.  He developed a cough yesterday morning and is a little under the weather.

(March 18th) E Z Passer is 5-2 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct, while American Hero is 12-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct. 

(March 17th)  Our new E. Dubai filly breezed three furlongs in 39.2 seconds at Belmont.

(March 16th)  Chief of State will make his next start on Friday, March 20th in the 5th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be the pilot for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #9 in a full field of ten scheduled starters.  Post time is 3:18 PM (EST).

(March 16th)  American Hero will make his next start on Thursday, March 19th in the 8th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be in the irons for the eight furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of eleven starters.  Post time is 4:48 PM (EST).

(March 16th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont.

(March 16th)  American Hero breezed three furlongs in 38.3 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(March 12th)  The race for American Hero was not used by the racing office.  However, they did write it back as extra for Thursday, so we will be entering him again on Saturday afternoon for that race.

(March 12th)  We plan on entering American Hero this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(March 10th)  Bella Bambina has been breezing two furlongs on a weekly basis the past several weeks and will have her last two furlong breeze later this week.  Her subsequent breeze will be three furlongs.  She is progressing quickly and is on pace to ship to Graham Motion in Maryland before the end of April.

(March 9th)  Hoosier Spirit was shipped to a farm in Kentucky where he will be on a lay-up to recover from a minor injury he suffered late last week.

(March 6th)  All K-1 Tax Statements for 2014 have now been mailed.  The last ones were mailed yesterday afternoon for Saint of Saints and Hoosier Hero.

(March 5th)  We are pleased to announce the new addition of a NY bred filly by E Dubai to our NY stable.  The filly is in training at Belmont and is expected to start racing in about sixty days.  She is being trained by Patrick Quick.

(March 3rd)  Chief of State came out of his 2nd place effort in great shape.

(March 2nd)  Chief of State finished in a photo-finish for the win in his race Saturday at Aqueduct.  After running in 8th place the whole race, he broke outside at the top of the stretch, about ten lengths behind the leader.  He gobbled up horses down the stretch and hit the wire with another horse for the win.  When the photo came up, it showed that COS had finished in 2nd, literally one inch behind the winner.

(March 2nd)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs at the Fair Grounds in 50.1 seconds over the weekend.

(March 2nd)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs at Belmont in 50.2 seconds over the weekend.

(February 27th)  Hoopskirt finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.

(February 26th)  Chief of State will make his next start on Saturday, February 28th, in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be in the irons for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a full field of ten.  Post time is 5:18 PM (EST). 

(February 24th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Thursday, February 26th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of eight scheduled starters.  Post time is 1:20 PM (EST).

(February 24th)  King Kongrats breezed three furlongs in 37.2 seconds yesterday  morning at Belmont.

(February 24th)  Chief of State  breezed three furlongs in 38.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  

(February 23rd)  American Hero finished 3rd in his race at Aqueduct Saturday.  Cutting back in distance, American Hero broke well, stayed close and was clearly the third best horse in his race.  He came out of the race in great shape.

(February 20th)  American Hero is 5-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(February 20th)  Racing at Aqueduct has been cancelled today so Chief of State will not be racing.

(February 18th)  Hoosier Spirit came out of his first race in great shape.  He received a '74' speed Beyer for his troubled trip.  Click on the link that follows to view video and photos of Hoosier Spirit the day before and day of his race: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGK9A85Wzuk&feature=youtu.be

(February 17th)  American Hero will make his next start on Saturday, February 21st in the first race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of seven.  Post time is 1:20 PM (EST).

(February 16th)  Chief of State will make his next start on Friday, February 20th in the 8th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be up for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of nine scheduled starters.  Post time is 4:48 PM (EST).

(February 13th)  American Hero breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 9th fastest of 67 breezes at that distance.

(February 13th)  King Kongrats breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(February 13th)  Hoosier Spirit finished 4th in his debut yesterday at the Fair Grounds.  He overcame a very tough trip to just miss second place by less than a length.

(February 13th)  E Z Passer finished 5th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.

(February 11th)  E Z Passer is 3-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(February 11th)  Hoosier Spirit is 6-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at The Fair Grounds.

(February 11th)  We are pleased to announce that Dream Team Racing Stable acquired an interest in a Tapit filly named Tacit Approval earlier this week.  Tacit Approval has been racing in California but will now be stabled at the Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland.  She will be trained by H. Graham Motion and will race on the mid-atlantic circuit.

(February 10th)  E Z Passer will try to make it two wins in a row when she breaks from the gate in the 4th race at Aqueduct on Thursday afternoon.  Taylor Rice will be back aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 2:47 PM (EST).

(February 10th)  Bella Bambina had her first breeze going two furlongs with two other fillies.  She looked great and proved to be the best of the three in her breeze debut.

(February 9th)  We are pleased to announce that Hoosier Spirit will make his long awaited debut on Thursday, February 12th in the 5th race at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans.  Torres will be aboard for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a field of eight starters.  Post time is 3:25 PM (New Orleans time) which is 4:25 PM (EST).

(February 9th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(February 9th)  E Z Passer breezed four furlongs in 51.25 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont. 

(February 5th)  We entered E Z Passer yesterday for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday but the race was not used.  They did however write it back as an overnight for Sunday, so we will enter her again today for that race.

(February 4th)  We plan to enter E Z Passer this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday.

(February 4th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(February 4th)  Sales in Bella Bambina have picked up lately and she is expected to sell out soon.  She looks like she is the real deal and with H. Graham Motion as her trainer, it should be fun.  Act quickly before she is closed out.

(February 2nd)  Hoosier Spirit had the bullet breeze at the Fairgrounds Saturday morning, going five furlongs in 1:01.3.  It was the fastest of 32 breezes at that distance.

(February 2nd)  King Kongrats had his first breeze in his comeback, going three furlongs in 36.3 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.

(February 2nd)  We entered both Chief of State and E Z Passer yesterday for races at Aqueduct on Friday, but neither race was used.

(February 2nd)  Hoopskirt finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct Friday.

(February 2nd)  American Hero finished 5th in his race at Aqueduct yesterday.

(January 30th)  American Hero will make his next start on Sunday, February 1st in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Jara will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of seven.  Post time is 12:45 PM (EST).

(January 29th) Hoopskirt is 12-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct. 

(January 27th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Friday, January 30th in the 2nd race at Aqueduct.  Roman will be back aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 1:49 PM (EST).

(January 26th)  Chief of State was entered into a race over the weekend for Thursday at Aqueduct.  However, he will be scratched as NYRA passed a new rule that horses can not race less than 15 days between starts and Chief last ran 14 days ago.

(January 23rd)  American Hero breezed three furlongs in 36.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 2nd fastest of 14 breezes at that distance.

(January 20th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed five furlongs in 1:00 flat at the Fair Grounds yesterday morning.  It was the 3rd fastest of 38 breezes at that distance.

(January 16th)  The race for American Hero was not used by NYRA and we will look for another spot to enter as soon as something becomes available.

(January 16th)  Winner's Circle Photo's of E Z Passer's win last week have been mailed to everyone who placed an order.

(January 16th)  We plan on entering American Hero this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Monday.

(January 16th)  Hoosier Spirit came out of his breeze in great shape.

(January 16th)  Chief of State stumbled shortly after the start and was never able to overcome it, finishing off the board.

(January 15th)  Chief of State is a long-shot in his race today at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 20-1.

(January 14th)  Racing was cancelled at Aqueduct this afternoon just minutes before the first race due to track maintenance issues.  American Hero was on his way from the barn to the paddock when racing was cancelled.

(January 14th)  American Hero is the 4th choice of the odds-setter for his race today at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 6-1.

(January 13th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed five furlongs in 1:00.3 on an off track at the Fair Grounds yesterday morning.  It was the 4th fastest of 27 breezes at that distance.

(January 12th)  Chief of State will make his next start on Thursday, January 15th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be the pilot for the one mile seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #3 in a full field of twelve starters.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(January 11th)  American Hero will make his next start on Wednesday, January 14th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Fernando Jara will be aboard for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a field of seven horses.  Post time is 12:25 PM (EST).

(January 9th)  Racing was cancelled today at Aqueduct just before the third race, so Chief Of State will not be racing today.  We think that they will bring back the race as an extra over the weekend for a date late next week, and if so, we will re-enter him for that spot.

(January 9th)  We plan to enter American Hero this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Wednesday.

(January 8th)  Chief of State is 15-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow.

(January 8th)  Racing has been cancelled at Aqueduct today due to the extremely cold temperatures.  Thus, Hoopskirt  will not be racing.

(January 7th)  Hoopskirt is a long-shot for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 20-1.

(January 6th)  Any partner interested in ordering a winner's circle photo of E Z Passer's win should contact the office.  We plan to place a group order on Friday. 

(January 6th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed from the gate going five furlongs in 1:01.4 yesterday at the Fair Grounds.

(January 5th) E Z Passer came from way back to win her race at Aqueduct yesterday.  She ran more than ten lengths back the whole race but nailed the four front-runners just before the wire to win by about two lengths.  It was an impressive stretch run.  It was her 14th win which pushed her earnings to over $460,000.

(January 5th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 49.4 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.  It was his last serious prep for his race on Friday.

(January 5th)  Chief of State will make his next start on Friday, January 9th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be up for one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post #7 in a field of ten.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(January 4th)  Hoopskirt will her next start in the 5th race on Thursday at Aqueduct.  Roman will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #9 in a field of ten.  Post time is 2:21 PM (EST).

(January 4th)  Saint of Saints won his race at the Fair Grounds today.  He broke alertly and went gate to wire with ease to win by about five lengths.  Congrats to his connections.

(January 2nd)  E Z Passer will make her next start on Sunday, January 4th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Taylor Rice will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of eight starters.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(January 2nd)  Maintenance invoices for the first quarter 2015 have been mailed. 

(December 31st)  E Z Passer breezed three furlongs in 36.4 seconds at Belmont yesterday morning.  It was the fastest of seven breezes at that distance.

(December 30th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed five furlongs for the first time yesterday, traveling the five panels in 1:01 flat.  It was the 2nd fastest of 63 breezes at that distance.

(December 30th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs at Belmont in 49 seconds flat.  We are pointing him towards a race at Aqueduct on January 9th. 

(December 29th)  American Hero finished 5th in his race on Friday.  He ran closer to the pace than usual but flattened out in the stretch.

(December 26th)  Check out our two new offerings, Bella Bambina and Hob Nob, by clicking on the "Offerings" tab above.  Both are well into their training and both are doing great.  We highly recommend both for your consideration.

(December 24th)  American Hero is the 3rd choice for his race on Friday with morning-line odds of 4-1.

(December 24th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds yesterday morning at The Fair Grounds.  It was the 5th fastest of 48 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 48.0 seconds.

(December 24th)  Click on the following link to view a short video clip of one of our newest offerings, Bella Bambina, training this past weekend: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsqJiBV8eSA&feature=youtu.be

(December 23rd)  American Hero will make his next start on Friday, December 26th in the first race at Aqueduct.  Jara will be aboard for the one mile route on the dirt. They will break from post position #7 in a ten horse field.  Post time is 12:20 PM (EST).

(December 22nd)  American Hero had his last serious prep before his race on Friday, breezing four furlongs in 50.2 seconds at Belmont Saturday morning.  We plan to enter him this afternoon for the race at Aqueduct on Friday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(December 17th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(December 16th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 51.2 seconds yesterday morning at The Fair Grounds.

(December 15th)  E Z Passer finished 6th in her race at Aqueduct over the weekend.  She broke well, but fell way back mid-race (about fifteen lengths back).  Although she made up a lot of distance down the stretch, she was still about four lengths behind the winner when they hit the wire.

(December 11th)  Hoosier Spirit came out of his breeze in good shape.

(December 11th)  E Z Passer is 10-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow.

(December 10th)  E Z Passer will make her next start on Friday in the 7th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be up for the six furlong sprint.  They break from post position #8 in a field of nine.  Post time is 3:14 PM (EST).

(December 9th)  American Hero came out of his recent 2nd place finish in good shape.

(December 9th)  Hoosier Spirit fired the bullet breeze at The Fair Grounds yesterday morning going three furlongs in an impressive 35.1 seconds.  It was the fastest breeze at that distance.  The next fastest breeze was 37.20 seconds.

(December 8th)  Star of New York finished in 4th in his race yesterday and was claimed from us out of that race.  He leaves us with earnings of over $460,000.  

(December 8th)  East Coast Express finished 4th in her race over the weekend.

(December 8th)  Hoopskirt finished 6th in her race over the weekend.

(December 5th)  American Hero hit the finish line in a photo-finish for the win yesterday, but when the photo came up, it showed that he finished 2nd by about three inches.  It was a great game effort. 

(December 5th)  Saint of Saints finished 6th in his race yesterday and was claimed from us out of the race.

(December 5th)  Star of New York will make next start on Sunday, December 7th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Arroyo will be aboard for the one and one sixteenth mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a field of eleven starters.  Post time is 4:12 PM (EST).

(December 5th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Sunday, December 7th in the 5th race at Aqueduct.  Rodriguez will be in the irons for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 2:16 PM (EST).

(December 3rd)  Saint of Saints is 5-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at The Fair Grounds .  American Hero is 8-1 for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(December 2nd)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Friday, December 5th in the 2nd race at Aqueduct.  Cruz will be aboard for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a field of seven horses.  Post time is 12:49 PM (EST).

December 1st)  American Hero will make his next start on Thursday, December 4th in the 3rd race at Aqueduct.  Jara will be the pilot for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of seven runners.  Post time is 1:18 PM (EST).

(December 1stSaint of Saints will make his next start on Thursday, December 4th in the 3rd race at The Fair Grounds.  Brian Hernandez Jr. will be back aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 2:25 PM (CST).

(November 28th)  Chief of State finished 4th in his race yesterday.  He ran in 3rd or 4th the whole race and ran very evenly throughout. It was a good effort for his first race.

(November 26th)  Chief of State is 20-1 on the morning-line for his debut at Aqueduct tomorrow afternoon.

(November 25th)  All the horses that raced last week came out of their respective races in relatively good order with no major issues.

(November 24th)  Chief of State will make his debut at Aqueduct in race four on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. Ruben Silvera will be aboard for the six and a half furlong sprint for two year olds and they will break from post position #3 in an 11 horse field. Post time is 12:49 PM (EST).

(November  24th)  Chief of State had a short easy breeze over the weekend to prepare him for his first race.  He went three furlongs in 39 seconds flat..

(November 21st)  Chief of State was entered this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Wednesday but the race was not used. We plan to enter again on Saturday for a race on Thursday.  Check back over the weekend to see if he will be racing on Thanksgiving Day.

(November 21st)  E Z Passer finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.

(November 21st)  Star of New York and American Hero both finished 6th in their races at Aqueduct yesterday.

(November 20th) We have three horses racing at Aqueduct today.  E Z Passer is 5-1 on the morning-line while Star of New York is 15-1 and American Hero is 6-1.

(November 20th)  Both East Coast Express and Hoopskirt finished in 6th in their respective races at Aqueduct yesterday.

(November 19th)  Both Hoopskirt and East Coast Express are huge longshots for their races today at Aqueduct.  Hoopskirt is 20-1 on the morning-line and East Coast Express is 50-1.

November 18th)  E Z Passer will make her next start on Thursday, November 20th in the 3rd race at Aqueduct.  Silvero will be the pilot for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of eight starters.  Post time is 1:18 PM (EST).

(November 18th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Thursday, November 20th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Davis will be the driver for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a field of ten starters.  Post time is 1:47 PM(EST).

(November 17th)  Chief of State came out of his breeze in good shape and is ready for his first race.  We plan on entering him on Thursday afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday.

(November 17th)  American Hero will make his next start on Thursday, November 20th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Silvera will be the jockey for the one mile race on the dirt.  They break from post position #13 in a field of 16.  Post time is 4:12 AM (EST).  American Hero is entered as a MTO entry and will only race if the race comes off the turf. 

(November 14th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start in the sixth race on Wednesday, November 19th.  Mejias will be aboard for the six furlong sprint over the main dirt surface.  They break from post position #1 in a full field of 14 plus one Also Eligible entry.  Post time is 2:45 PM (EST).

(November 14th)  East Coast Express will make her next start in the third race on Wednesday, November 19th at Aqueduct.  Cruz will be in the irons for the one mile and 1/16 route on the turf.  They break from post position #8 in a full field of 12 plus one Also Eligible entry.  Post time is 1:18 PM (EST).

(November 14th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 51 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.  He received his starting gate card and should see his first race shortly.        

(November 14th)  Star of New York breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 51 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(November 14th)  EZ Passer breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(November 13th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.

(November 12th)  We are pointing American Hero, Star of New York and E Z Passer to races at Aqueduct on November 20th.

(November 11th)  We are pointing Hoopskirt towards a race on November 19th at Aqueduct.

(November 11th)  Saint of Saints came out of his race in good order.

(November 10th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(November 10th)  Saint of Saints was last to load in his race yesterday and was not ready for the start when the gates opened right after he was loaded.  He missed the break completely and never recovered, finishing off the board.

(November 8th)  East Coast Express has been scratched from her race today as the race was taken off the turf.

(November 7th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Sunday, November 9th in the 9th race at Churchill Downs.  Robby Albarado will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They drew post position #11 in an 11 horse field.  Post time is 4:37 PM (EST).

(November 6th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.

(November 6th)  We plan on entering Saint of Saints this afternoon for a race at Churchill Downs on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(November 5th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Saturday, November 8th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Jara will be aboard for the one mile and 1/16th route on the turf. They break from post position #2 in a full field of 16 horses (including three Also Eligible and one Main Track Only entries).  Post time is 4:12 PM (EST).

(November 5th)  We plan on entering East Coast Express this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(November 4th)  Hoopskirt, Star of New York and American Hero all came out of their races last week in good shape.

(November 3rd)  American Hero finished a closing 2nd in his race at Aqueduct Friday.  After a bad start and traffic problems throughout the race, he finally cleared the field to assume 3rd in the stretch, as the two front-runners were long gone with less that a furlong remaining.  Behind eight lengths, American Hero dug in at the sixteenth pole and went after them, passing one horse just before the wire and hitting the wire in a photo-finish with the other horse.  The winner beat him by a neck.  It was a much improved effort over his first few races.

(November 3rd)  Star of New York caught some bad racing luck Friday and was unable to overcome the challenges he faced in his race, finishing in 6th.  He missed 3rd by a length.  Even though he made up ground late in the race, it was just not enough. 

(October 31st)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs yesterday in 49.3 at Churchill Downs.  It was the 23rd fastest of 49 on the day at the distance. He is still on target for his next race on November 9th at Churchill Downs.

(October 30th)  Star of New York is 10-1 on the morning-line for his race at Aqueduct on Friday afternoon.

(October 30th)  American Hero is 5-1 on the morning-line for his race at Aqueduct on Friday evening.

(October 29th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Friday, October 31st in the 5th race at Aqueduct.  Dylan Davis will be in the irons for the six and one half sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of 11 horses. Post time is 3:12 PM (EST).

(October 28th)  Hoopskirt is 12-1 on the morning-line for her race at Aqueduct tomorrow afternoon.

(October 27th)  American Hero will make his next start on Friday, October 31st in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be in the irons for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 5:37 PM (EST).

(October 27th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Wednesday, October 29th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Jara will be the pilot for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of eleven runners.  Post time is 2:30 PM (EST).

(October 24th)  Both Saint of Saints and American Hero came out of their breezes in great shape.

(October 24th)  We plan on entering Hoopskirt this afternoon for a race on opening day at Aqueduct (Wednesday).

(October 23rd)  We are pointing American Hero towards a race at Aqueduct on Friday, October 31st.  We enter him Sunday for that race.  We are also pointing Star of New York and E Z Passer to races on that same day.

(October 22nd)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs at Churchill Downs yesterday morning in 48.4 seconds.  It was the 5th fastest of 27 breezes at that distance.  We are pointing him towards a race at Churchill Downs on November 9th.

(October 21st)  We are pointing Hoopskirt to a race at Aqueduct on Wednesday, October 29th.

(October 20th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat Sunday morning at Belmont.  It was the 29th fastest of 49 breezes at that distance.

(October 20th)  American Hero breezed four furlongs in 48.2 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.  It was the 13th fastest of 66 breezes at that distance.

(October 17th)  If you have not already done so, we strongly encourage you to consider joining us in partnership on Pure Nirvana.  She is training great and has already shown us a ton of promise. We rarely recommend a horse because of the unknowns, but we are very high on this 2YO filly and we don't want anyone to miss out on this opportunity.  She should be racing before the end of the year.

(October 17th)  Pure Nirvana came out of her breeze in good order.

(October 16th)  Pure Nirvana had her first breeze yesterday morning at Belmont.  She went two furlongs in an easy 25.4 seconds.

(October 16th)  Both Hoosier Spirit and Saint of Saints came out of their respective breezes in good order.

(October 15th)  Hoopskirt came out of her breeze in great shape.

(October 14th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs in 48 seconds flat at Churchill Downs over the weekend.  It was the 9th fastest of 83 breezes at that distance.  It was also his first four furlong breeze.

(October 14th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat at Churchill Downs over the weekend.

(October 14th)  Hoopskirt breezed three furlongs at Belmont in 37 seconds flat over the weekend.

(October 10th)  Star of New York was mugged coming out of the starting gate, compromising any chance for him to compete in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He finished 6th, but took quite the beating being body-slammed by both horses on each side of him multiple times. 

(October 9th)  Hoosier Spirit and Chief of State both came out of their respective breezes in great shape.

(October 9th)  East Coast Express finished off the board in her race at Belmont yesterday.  She broke alertly and was rushed to gain the lead.  Setting very fast fractions for a soft turf, she lead the race until the stretch, but faded to finish off the board. 

(October 8th)  The race today for East Coast Express at Belmont is staying on the turf, even though they received some rain overnight.  Thus, East Coast Express will be racing this afternoon.

(October 8th)  Star of New York is the sixth choice for his race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 6-1.

(October 7th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Thursday, October 9th in the 4th race at Belmont.  Arroyo will be back aboard for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a field of ten starters.  Post time is 2:23 PM (EST).

(October 7th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs from the starting gate yesterday morning in 49 seconds flat on the main track at Belmont.  It was the 11th fastest of 38 breezes at that distance.

(October 7th)  Hoosier Spirit fired the bullet breeze at Churchill Downs yesterday morning, going three furlongs in 36.2 seconds.  It was the fastest of eleven breezes at that distance.

(October 6th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Wednesday, October 8th in the 9th race at Belmont. Mejias will be in the irons for the six furlong sprint on the turf. They break from post position #3 in a full field of twelve starters. Post time is 4:58 PM (EST).

(October 3rd)  We plan on entering East Coast Express today for a race at Belmont on Wednesday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(October 3rd)  The race at Indiana for Saint of Saints was not used by the racing office and they did not write it back as an extra, so we'll have to look for another spot for him.

(October 2nd)  We plan on entering Saint of Saints this afternoon for a race at Indiana Grand on Tuesday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(October 1st)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 50.1 seconds yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.

(October 1st)  Hoosier Spirit breezed three furlongs in 39.2 seconds at Churchill Downs yesterday morning.

(September 30th)  Maintenance Invoices for the 4th quarter of 2014 have been mailed and should arrive before the end of the week.  They are due upon receipt.

(September 29th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs from the starting gate yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the first gate breeze for our two year old colt.  He went in company with our own old veteran, Star of New York.  They covered the four furlongs in 51.3 seconds and hit the wire together in a dead heat.  If all goes well in his next breeze, Chief of State should get his starting gate card.  Once he has that, he is only a few weeks away from seeing his first race.

(September 25th)  Hoopskirt had her first breeze after a short lay-up.  She went three furlongs in 39 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(September 25th)  American Hero tried turf for the first time yesterday in his race at Belmont.  It was also his first two-turn race.  He ran most of the race in a stalking 3rd place, just a few lengths behind the leader.  But at the top of the stretch he was unable to sustain the pace and faded to 8th place.

(September 24th)  Reserve Currency breezed five furlongs in 1:02 flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(September 24th)  Chief of State breezed five furlongs for the first time yesterday.  He went in company and covered the distance in 1:03 flat at Belmont.  We are estimating that he is about five or six weeks away from his first race, assuming no setbacks.

(September 24th)  Hoosier Spirit had an unpublished breeze going two furlongs in 25 seconds flat yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  Partners should log-in to their partner page for additional information.

(September 23rd)  Winners Circle Photo's of Saint of Saints victory last Sunday at Churchill Downs have been mailed to everyone who placed an order.

(September 23rd)  American Hero is a long shot for his race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 20-1.

(September 22nd)  Star of New York finished a game 2nd in his race at Belmont over the weekend.  He broke sharply and settled into 4th place for most of the race, staying closer to the pace than usual, about three lengths behind the leaders.  He stayed with the blistering pace as they hit the six furlong dirt split in 1:09 flat.  He passed a couple horses down the stretch to get the 2nd place prize, but was unable to gain much on the winner.  The final time of 1:15.1 for the 6 1/2 furlong dirt sprint was just a few fifths of a second off the track record.

(September 19th)  American Hero will make his next start on Wednesday, September 24th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Mejias will be aboard for the one mile turf contest.  They break from post position #1 in a full field of 12 plus four AE (also eligible) entries.  Post time is 4:58 PM (EST).

(September 19th)  King Kongrats arrived safely at his barn at Belmont yesterday and will resume training immediately.  He is coming back from a short layup at a local farm.

(September 18th)  Saint of Saints equaled his career best Beyer speed figure in his winning effort on Sunday.  He was given a '90' for his effort.  He also received an Equibase figure of '103'.

(September 18th)  Star of New York is the 4th choice for his race tomorrow afternoon at Belmont with morning-line odds of 5-1.

(September 18th)  Chief of State and American Hero both came out of their breezes in great shape.

(September 17th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Friday, September 19th in the 1st race at Belmont.  Arroyo will be back aboard for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of seven.  Post time is 1:05 PM (EST).

(September 17th)  Click on the link that follows to view a short video of Saint of Saints stretch run during his win at Churchill Downs on Sunday:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiK_m3WHe6s

(September 17th)  Both Saint of Saints and East Coast Express came out of their respective races in good shape.

(September 16th)  Anyone interested in ordering a winners circle photo of Saint of Saints victory on Sunday at Churchill Downs, should do so today as we plan to place a group order tomorrow.  Please contact either Jim or Kostas to place your order.

(September 16th)  Chief of State and American Hero breezed together yesterday morning at Belmont.  They breezed three furlongs in 36.2 seconds and galloped out four furlongs in 49.3 seconds.

(September 16th)  King Kongrats has been given the okay to resume training and will be shipping back to Belmont on Thursday.

(September 15th)  Saint of Saints won his race at Churchill Downs under a hand-ride by jockey Brian Hernandez yesterday afternoon.  He broke sharply from the outside post and quickly settled into a stalking position in 4th place a couple lengths behind the leaders.  He steadily gained on the back stretch and went into the turn three wide, just a neck back.  By the middle of the turn he assumed the lead and never looked back, winning going away by about seven lengths under an impressive ride. 

(September 13th)  East Coast Express finished in 8th place in her race at Belmont yesterday.  She broke well and ran in 5th place most of the race.  Making a bit of a move, she managed to get to 4th before tiring from the blistering pace of the race.  They posted splits of 21.4 for the quarter and 45 and change for the half mile.  She stayed on, not losing any distance to the winner, but was still about six lengths back when they hit the wire.

(September 12th)  Saint of Saints is 6-1 on the morning-line for his race on Sunday.

(September 12th)  Star of New York breezed four furlongs yesterday at Belmont in 49.2 seconds.  We plan on entering him this Sunday for a race at Belmont on next Friday.

(September 12th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Sunday, September 14th, in the 3rd race at Churchill Downs. BJ Hernandez will get the leg up as Saint returns to the dirt - sprinting 7 furlongs.  They break from post position eight in an eight horse field.  Post time is 1:47 PM (EST).

(September 9th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Friday, September 12th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Garcia will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #5 in a full field of sixteen named starters.  Post time is 5:17 PM (EST).

(September 8th)  Wild Kay finished 2nd in her race at Belmont yesterday.  She broke a tad slow but quickly took the lead and maintained it until she was headed at the eighth pole.  She fought hard and stayed on for a convincing 2nd place.  She was claimed from us out of the race and we wish her and her new connections the very best.  She leaves us with career earnings of $240,000 from thirteen wins, seven seconds and eleven third place finishes.

(September 8th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs at Churchill Downs yesterday morning in 49 seconds flat.  We plan on entering him Thursday afternoon for a race at Churchill Downs on Sunday.

(September 8th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs at Belmont over the weekend in 50.2 seconds.

(September 8th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed four furlongs from the starting gate at Churchill Downs over the weekend in 49.3 seconds.  It was the fastest of eight breezes from the gate.

(September 7th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Friday, September 12th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Garcia will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #5 in a full field of sixteen entries.  Post time is 5:17 PM (EST).

(September 5th)  Click on the link that follows to view a video of Saint of Saints taken at Churchill Downs earlier this week:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgdx_i6fB4E&feature=youtu.be

(September 4th)  Wild Kay will make her next start on Sunday, September 7th in the 1st race at Belmont.  Worrie will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 1:05 PM (EST).

(September 4th)  Saint of Saints and Hoosier Hero both came out of their breezes in great shape.

(September 3rd). The race for East Coast Express overfilled and she did not get into the race. We will look for another spot for her.

(September 3rd)  Click on the link that follows to see a video clip from our visit with Hoosier Spirit at Churchill Downs this past Monday morning:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDghjCI7hPQ&feature=youtu.be

(September 3rd)  Star of New York came out of his race in great shape.

(September 2nd)  Hoosier Spirit breezed three furlongs in 36.2 seconds at Churchill Downs over the weekend.

(September 2nd)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 48 seconds flat at Churchill Downs over the weekend.

(September 2nd)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs in 36 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont.

(September 1st)  Star of New York finished 3rd in his race at Saratoga Friday.  He ran in last place most of the race and made a bold four-wide move on the turn to get into contention.  He continued with a grinding move down the stretch to have a shot at the win, but came up just a tad short.  The winner beat him by a little over a length.  With the earnings from that race, Star of New York now has lifetime earnings in excess of $450,000.

(August 29th)  American Hero finished 5th in his race at Saratoga yesterday.  He was unable to stay with the fast fractions and ran in last place the whole race.  He made up some distance down the stretch, but still was seven lengths behind the winner.

(August 28th)  Star of New York is 12-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Saratoga.

(August 27th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 51.1 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(August 27th)  American Hero is 15-1 on the morning-line for his race at the Spa tomorrow afternoon.

(August 27th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Friday, August 29th in the 7th race at Saratoga.  Arroyo will be the pilot for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 4:18 PM (EST).

(August 25th)  American Hero will make his next start on Thursday, August 28th in the 10th race at Saratoga.  Garcia will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a full field of ten starters.  Post time is 5:22 Pm (EST).

(August 20th)  Due to the retirement of trainer Joshua Signs, we have retained the services of Dallas Stewart, who is now the trainer of both Saint of Saints and Hoosier Spirit.  Both horses are now training at Churchill Downs where they are now stabled.  We thank Joshua Signs for his dedicated service to Dream Team Racing Stable over the past several years and wish him the very best in his future endeavors.  We will miss him.

(August 20th)  Chief of State breezed four furlongs in 52 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(August 19th)  The race for American Hero was not used by the racing office and they did not write it back as an extra for Saturday, so we'll have to look for another spot for him. 

(August 18th)  American Hero breezed four furlongs in 51.4 seconds on the Oklahoma Training Track at Saratoga Saturday morning.  We plan on entering him this afternoon for a race at Saratoga on Friday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(August 15th)  Saint of Saints had a very poor start in his race yesterday and quickly found himself more than a dozen lengths behind the pack.  He gradually made up the difference going four wide on the first turn and six wide on the second turn to get within a couple lengths of the leader.  But the hard work to catch the leaders and the wide turns just took too much out of him and he had nothing left for the stretch drive.  He finished 7th.

(August 13th)  Saint of Saints is 15-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow.

(August 12th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start in the 9th race at Indiana Grand on Thursday, August 14th.  Greta Kuntzweiler will be in the irons for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #7 in a full field of ten horses.  Post time is 5:49 PM (EST).

(August 11th)  Chief of State had his first official breeze going an easy four furlongs in 54 seconds flat.

(August 11th)  Star of New York finished in 4th place in his race at Saratoga Saturday.  He broke in last place and quickly found himself about fifteen lengths behind the leader.  He grinded it out throughout the race, slowly gaining on the field and passing horses to improve his position from 10th to 4th.  The winner beat him by about two lengths.

(August 11th)  Wild Kay finished in 5th place in her race at Saratoga Friday.  She broke on the lead and found herself in a speed duel for the lead with another horse.  The blistering fractions got to her in the last furlong of the stretch run as she was unable to sustain the hot pace and faded to 5th.  The winner beat her by about five lengths.

(August 8th)  We plan on entering Saint of Saints this weekend for a race at Indiana Grand on Thursday.

(August 7th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Saturday, August 9th in the 5th race at Saratoga.  Arroyo will be back aboard for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of ten.  Post time is 3:10 PM (EST).

(August 7th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 48 seconds flat yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.  It was the fastest of eleven breezes at that distance.  The next fastest breeze was 49.20.

(August 5th)  Wild Kay will make her next start on Friday, August 8th in the 1st race at Saratoga.  Worrie will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of seven starters.  Post time is 1:00 PM (EST).

(July 30th)  Chief of State breezed two furlongs in 26.1 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  He galloped out three furlongs in 39.3 seconds.

(July 29th)  Star of New York finished 4th in his race at Saratoga yesterday afternoon.  He broke sharply but was forced five-wide into the first turn.  He ran in 6th place most of the race, about ten lengths behind the leaders.  He started to make some gain on the last turn but again was forced to go three to five-wide on the turn.  He put in a good effort down the stretch to get within a couple lengths, but flattened in the last sixteenth.  He was about three lengths behind the winner, just missing third place.

(July 28th)  Star of New York is 10-1 on the morning-line for his race at Saratoga this afternoon.

(July 25th)  Star of New York will make his next start in the 9th race at Saratoga on Monday, July 28th.  Arroyo will be aboard for the nine furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a field of nine starters.  Post time is 5:15 PM (EST).

(July 25th)  Wild Kay finished 4th in her race at Saratoga yesterday.  She broke well and ran most of the race right behind the leaders in 3rd place.  She fell back in the middle of the turn but came back to make it a four wide battle down the stretch.  However, she was unable to sustain the pace after the fast early fractions and finished 4th about five lengths behind the winner.

(July 24th)  American Hero came out of his race in good shape.

(July 23rd)  Wild Kay looks to go up in class following her recent win to face a tougher group of hard knocking fillies & mares at Saratoga on Thursday; she is 6-1 on the morning line and Irad Ortiz, Jr. will be returning in the irons.

(July 22nd)  Saint of Saints finished off the board at Indiana Grand this afternoon.

(July 22nd)  American Hero finished 6th in his race at the Spa yesterday.

(July 21st)  Wild Kay fired the bullet breeze at Saratoga over the weekend, breezing three furlongs on the main track.  She covered the distance in 35.3 seconds.  It was the fastest of eight breezes at that distance.

(July 21st)  Star of New York fired the bullet breeze at Belmont over the weekend, breezing five furlongs on the main track.  He covered the distance in 1:01.2.  It was the fastest of thirteen breezes at that distance.

(July 21st)  American Hero is the longest shot in his race this afternoon at Saratoga with morning-line odds of 30-1.

(July 18th)  American Hero will make his next start on Monday, July 21st in the first race at Saratoga Race Course.  Wilmer Garcia will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They will break from post position #7 in a nine horse field.  Post time is 1:00 PM (EST).

(July 18th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Tuesday, July 22nd in the 6th race at Indiana Grand Race Course. He will be going a mile on the turf with Jamie Theriot aboard.  They will break from post position #11 in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 4:25 PM (EST).

(July 17th)  We plan on entering both American Hero and Saint of Saints this afternoon.  We are entering American Hero for a race at Saratoga on Monday and we are entering Saint of Saints for a race at Indiana Grand on Tuesday.  Check back tomorrow morning to see if they will be racing.

(July 17th)  Hoopskirt has been training on a farm the past six weeks and should be ready to return to Belmont before the end of the month.  She was on a short lay-up for a small issue she was experiencing.

(July 16th)  Mucho Macho Man, formerly owned by Dream Team Racing Stable, has been officially retired from racing.  He completes his career with nine wins, five seconds and six thirds in his twenty-five starts with earnings of $6,625,410.  He is scheduled to begin stallion duty in 2015.

(July 15th)  Congrats to trainer Patrick Quick who finished the Belmont Spring/Summer meet ranked tied for 31st in the final trainer standings out of 275 trainers who raced during the meet.

(July 14th)  American Hero breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  We plan to enter him Thursday afternoon for a race at Saratoga on Monday.

(July 11th)  We are tentatively pointing Saint of Saints to a race at Indiana Grand on Tuesday, July 22nd.

(July 10th)  We are tentatively pointing American Hero and Reserve Currency to races at Saratoga on Monday, July 21st.

(July 9th)  Reserve Currency came out of his breeze in good shape.

(July 7th)  Reserve Currency breezed five furlongs in 59.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(July 7th)  Saint of Saints came out of his stakes race in great shape.

(July 4th)  We entered Star of New York yesterday for a race at Belmont but the race was not used due to a lack of entries.  In addition, they did not bring the race back as an extra for today, so we will have to look for another spot for him.

(July 3rd)  Our newest acquisition, Wild Kay, easily won her race at Belmont yesterday in going away fashion by about four lengths.  That was her 5th win this year in eight starts.  We look forward to having her in our barn at Belmont.

(July 3rd)  We plan to enter Star of New York this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Sunday.

(July 3rd)  Saint of Saints lead almost the whole way in the Independence Day Stakes yesterday, but yielded late to finish off the board.  Seems like he did not like the soft turf according to the jockey.  He was about three lengths behind the winner.

(July 2nd)  There is a chance that the stakes race today for Saint of Saints may come off the turf due to heavy rains overnight.  However, if it does come off the turf, we will race Saint of Saints on the dirt.  We have no plans to scratch him at this point.

(July 1st)  Saint of Saints is considered a bit of a long-shot for his stakes race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 10-1.

(July 1st)  Reserve Currency came out of his breeze in good shape.

(July 1st)  East Coast Express came out of her race in good shape.

(July 1st)  American Hero came out of his race in good shape.

(June 30th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start in the Independence Day Stakes at Mountaineer Park on Wednesday, July 2nd.  He drew post position #2 in an eleven horse field going one mile on the turf.  It is carded as the third race and has a post time of 7:46 PM (EST).  Quinones will be the jockey.

(June 30th)  Reserve Currency breezed four furlongs in 47 seconds flat Saturday morning at Belmont.

(June 30th)  American Hero was body slammed by another horse coming out of the starting gate and quickly found himself about ten lengths behind the leader in his race at Belmont Sunday.  He made up a lot of ground quickly but was fanned eight wide on the turn.  He ran evenly down the stretch but was unable to make up any ground on the winner.  He missed 2nd place by about three lengths.

(June 30th)  East Coast Express set a blistering pace dueling with another horse in her race at Belmont Sunday.  There huge lead quickly evaporated by mid stretch though and East Coast Express faded to eighth place about seven lengths behind the winner. 

(June 27th)  We plan on entering Saint of Saints over the weekend for a stakes race at Mountaineer Park on Wednesday.  Check back late Saturday afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(June 27th)  Both American Hero and East Coast Express will next race on Sunday, June 29th at Belmont Park.  American Hero will be in the 4th race with Garcia in the irons for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #8 in a field of 11 horses.  Post time is 2:53 PM (EST).  East Coast Express will be in the 9th race with Worrie in the irons for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #11 in a field of 11 horses.  Post time is 5:28 PM (EST).

(June 26th)  East Coast Express has been scratched from her race today at Belmont, as there were not enough scratches for her to draw in to the race from the Also Eligible List.  We will be entering her again this afternoon for a race on Sunday.

(June 26th)  Saint of Saints came out of his breeze in great shape.

(June 26th)  Hoosier Spirit came out of his breeze in great shape.

(June 25th)  Saint of Saints fired the bullet breeze yesterday, going four furlongs in 48 seconds flat.  It was the fastest of 14 breezes.  The next fastest breeze was 49 seconds flat.

(June 25th)  Hoosier Spirit, one of our promising 2YO's, breezed four furlongs for the first time yesterday.  He went in company but was well in hand.  He covered the four posts in 49.4 seconds.

(June 24th)  Saint of Saints has been nominated to the J. Kenneth Self Shelby County Stakes at Indiana Downs on July 2nd.  Nominations closed with 48 horses being nominated to the race.

(June 24th)  Chief of State has been going to the track daily for the past few days and is doing very good.  Most of the days he has been going to the pony track but he also went to the main track one day.  Starting yesterday, he has been going to the training track.  He had a bit of a cough after shipping in to Belmont but his cough is now gone and he is doing well.

(June 24th)  Both American Hero and Reserve Currency came out of their breezes in great shape.

(June 23rd)  East Coast Express is scheduled to make her next start on Thursday, June 26th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Worrie is the jock for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They will break from the outside post.  As she drew post position #16 and is 5th on the AE list, there will need to be several scratches in order for her to draw into the race.  If she manages to get into the race, post time is 5:28 PM.

(June 23rd)  American Hero had his last serious prep for his next start, breezing five furlongs in 1:02.1 over the weekend at Belmont Park.  We plan to enter him Thursday afternoon for a race at Belmont on Sunday the 29th.

(June 23rd)  Reserve Currency breezed three furlongs in 37 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont Park.

(June 20th)  We are pointing American Hero towards a race at Belmont on the 29th of June.

(June 20th)  We are pointing East Coast Express towards a race at Belmont on either the 27th or 28th of June.

(June 19th)  Saint of Saints has been nominated to the Independence Day Stakes at Mountaineer Park on July 2nd.  Nominations closed yesterday with 54 horses being nominated to the race.

(June 18th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed three furlongs in 37.4 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.  At the pace he is going, he should be ready for his first race around August 1st.

(June 17th)  Star of New York came out of his race in good shape.

(June 17th)  Reserve Currency is coming along great after a long lay-off and should be ready to race again by Saratoga.  Click on the link that follows to see a short video clip of him galloping down the stretch at Belmont Sunday morning:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXLX4fXkT08&feature=youtu.be

(June 16th)  Click on the link that follows to see the finish of Star of New York's race Saturday at Belmont.  When the video starts, Star of New York is the horse in 3rd place:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3yEOgC5y7A&feature=youtu.be

(June 16th)  Star of New York finished in a photo-finish for the win in his race at Belmont Saturday but had to accept 2nd place, losing by about a head.  He broke poorly from the gate, finding himself well back in last place at the start.  He gradually grinded out a slow advance, being steadied once while passing on the rail causing him to be pinched against the rail, getting up to 3rd place for the stretch run, but well behind the two leaders.  He held sway down the stretch but was unable to gain on the leaders until just inside the sixteenth pole where he found a burst of speed passed the 2nd place horse and was quickly about to take the lead when the finish line came up.  It was another gutsy performance for Star of New York.

(June 13th)  Star of New York is the 4th choice for his race tomorrow afternoon at Belmont with morning-line odds of 6-1.

(June 13th)  Reserve Currency breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(June 13th)  Saint of Saints came out of his 2nd place effort in great shape.

(June 13th)  Hoosier Spirit came out of his breeze in great shape.

(June 12th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Saturday, June 14th in the 7th race at Belmont.  Arroyo will be back in the saddle for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 4:26 PM (EST).

(June 11th)  Saint of Saints finished a game 2nd in the Independence Day Stakes Prep Race at Mountaineer Park last evening.  He ran most of the race in 6th place about seven lengths behind the leaders.  He made his move on the last turn and down the stretch to improve his position and fight for the win.  The winner beat him by exactly one length.  The winner is a multiple Graded Stakes-Placed horse with almost $700,000 in earnings.

(June 11th)  Hoosier Spirit breezed three furlongs in 39 seconds flat yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.

(June 10th)  American Hero came out of his race in great shape.

(June 9th)  Saint of Saints is considered a huge long-shot for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 15-1.

(June 9th)  American Hero broke slow in his race and tired at the end to finish in 8th place in his debut at Belmont yesterday.

(June 6th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Tuesday, June 10th at Mountaineer Racetrack. He will break from post position three in a ten horse field going one mile over the turf.  He will be ridden by Luis Quinones. It is the 4th race on the card and post time is 8:09 PM (EST).

(June 6th)  East Coast Express' race came off the turf and moved to the sloppy main track.  She broke well and sat in third most of the race, but finished a respectable 4th.  It was a good effort but we will look to get her back on the turf for her next start.

(June 6th)  Click on the link that follows to see a short video clip of Hoosier Spirit heading down the stretch in his first breeze:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOJSWQHVer0&feature=youtu.be

(June 5th)  American Hero will make his debut on Sunday, June 8th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Montanez will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 5:28 PM (EST).

(June 5th)  The race for East Coast Express came off the turf do to heavy overnight rains.  However, she will be racing as we intend to leave her in the race.

(June 5th)  We plan to enter American Hero this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(June 5th)  Chief of State arrived safely at his barn at Belmont yesterday afternoon.  He will be hand-walked while he adjusts to his new environment.  He will resume his training in just a couple days.

(June 5th)  Reserve Currency breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(June 5th)  Hoosier Spirit came out of his first breeze in great shape.

(June 5th)  East Coast Express is a bit of as long-shot for her race this afternoon at odds of 10-1.

(June 4th)  Both American Hero and Saint of Saints came out of their breezes in great shape. 

(June 4th)  Hoosier Spirit had his first breeze yesterday morning, going two furlongs in 25.4 seconds.  He galloped out nice and strong so he will likely breeze three furlongs when he breezes next week.

(June 3rd)  Chief of State should arrive at Belmont sometime before the end of this week.  We are just waiting for the transportation company to finalize shipping arrangements.

(June 3rd)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 1:02 flat yesterday morning in Lexington.  We plan on entering him Friday afternoon for a race on Tuesday at Mountaineer Park.

(June 3rd)  American Hero had his final serious prep before his first race, breezing five furlongs in 1:02.4 yesterday morning at Belmont.  We plan to enter him Thursday for a race at Belmont on Sunday.

(June 2nd)  Congrats to Dream Team trainer Patrick Quick who won the 7th race at Belmont yesterday.  Congrats Pat!!!

(June 2nd)  East Coast Express will likely make her next start on Thursday, June 5th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Worrie will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #11 in a full field of ten runners.  Post time is 5:28 PM (EST).  Because East Coast Express is first on the "Also Eligible" list, we will need one horse in the body of the race to scratch in order for her to draw into the race.  If no one scratches, then East Coast Express will be scratched by default.

(May 30th)  American Hero is ready for his first race.  We are pointing him to a race at Belmont on Sunday, June 8th.  We will enter him for that race on Thursday, June 5th.

(May 30th)  East Coast Express had a three furlong breeze at the end of a vigorous one mile gallop yesterday at Belmont.  The clockers caught her going the three panels in 39 seconds flat.  We plan to enter her this weekend for races at Belmont late next week.

(May 29th)  Congrats to Dream Team trainer Patrick Quick who won the 5th race at Belmont Monday at 11-1.  Congrats Pat!!!

(May 28h)  American Hero breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds at Belmont yesterday morning.  It was the 10th fastest of 16 breezes at that distance.

(May 27th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 48 seconds flat over the weekend in Lexington, KY.  It was the 2nd fastest of 39 breezes at that distance.  The fastest time was 47.80 seconds.

(May 23rd)  Star of New York finished 2nd in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He sat in third place, about four lengths behind the two leaders, for most of the race.  He made a four wide move on the turn to move into 2nd place, about a length behind the leader.  The two horses fought it out down the stretch but Star of New York was unable to get by him.  It was almost fifteen lengths back to the 3rd place finisher.

(May 22nd)  Chief of State has completed his training at the training center and will be heading to Belmont as soon as shipping arrangements can be finalized.  We hope to have him at the track by around June 1st.

(May 22nd)  American Hero came out of his breeze in great shape.

(May 21st)  Star of New York is the third choice for his race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 2-1.  The two favorites are both 1-1.

(May 21st)  American Hero breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds yesterday at Belmont.  The fastest breeze of the day was 48.73.  Click on the link that follows to view the video of AH breezing down the stretch at Belmont yesterday morning:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T71oSPyIjdo&feature=youtu.be

(May 20th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Thursday, May 22nd in the 7th race at Belmont.  Arroyo retains the mount for the eight furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #8 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 4:26 PM (EST).

(May 20th)  Reserve Currency breezed three furlongs in 39.1 seconds Sunday morning at Belmont.

(May 19th)  Click on the video link below to see a short video clip of Saint of Saints galloping this past Saturday morning in Lexington:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xK07OmNAEPQ&feature=youtu.be

(May 19th)  Click on the video link below to see a short video of Hoosier Spirit galloping this past Saturday morning in Lexington:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zqil6UeuvZE&feature=youtu.be

(May 16th)  We plan on entering Star of New York tomorrow afternoon for a race at Belmont on Thursday.

(May 15th) Congrats to Dream Team trainer Patrick Quick who won a stakes race at Belmont yesterday.  Congrats Pat!!!

(May 15th)  Both Reserve Currency and American Hero came out of their breezes in good shape.

(May 15th)  Saint of Saints came out of his race in good shape.

(May 14th)  Reserve Currency had his first breeze after a long lay-up.  He went three furlongs in 39 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(May 13th)  American Hero had an easy four furlong maintenance breeze yesterday morning at Belmont.  He covered the four panels in 49.4 seconds.

(May 12th)  Saint of Saints finished 5th in his race at Churchill yesterday.  He ran in 5th place most of the race, about five lengths back.  By the end of the second turn, he had worked his way up to be within about two lengths of the leaders, but was unable to gain on them during the stretch run.  The winner beat him by about four lengths.

(May 10th)  Saint of Saints is considered a bit of a long shot for his race at Churchill Downs tomorrow with morning-line odds of 8-1.

(May 9th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Sunday, May 11th in the 8th race at Churchill Downs.  Miguel Mena gets the mount for the eight furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #4 in a field of twelve.  Post time is 4:18 PM (EST).

(May 9th)  Congrats to Dream Team Racing Stable trainer Pat Quick who won the 7th race, an allowance level race, at Belmont yesterday.  Congrats Pat.

(May 8th)  American Hero came out of his breeze in good shape.

(May 7th)  Star of New York came out of his race in good shape.

(May 6th)  American Hero breezed three furlongs in 36.1 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont according to the clockers.  We timed him a couple ticks faster in 35.4 seconds.  The fastest breeze reported by the clockers was 36.12 making American Hero's breeze the 3rd fastest of 14 breezes.

(May 5th)  Star of New York finished 3rd in his race on Saturday at Belmont.  He broke very slowly and found himself about eight lengths behind the leaders early in the race.  He was forced to go wide on the turn and managed to pass several horses down the stretch to get up for the show.  He just missed second place while the winner was about another length ahead of him.

(May 2nd)  Star of New York is the morning-line favorite for his race at Belmont tomorrow afternoon with odds of 9/5.

(May 1st)  Star of New York will try to make it two wins in a row when he breaks from the gate in the 5th race at Belmont on Saturday, May 3rd.  Arroyo will be back in the irons for the 6 1/2 furlong sprint on the main track.  They break from post position #4 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 2:20 PM (EST).

(April 30th)  American Hero breezed three furlongs in 38.4 seconds at Belmont yesterday morning.

(April 29th)  Star of New York breezed five furlongs in 1:02.3 yesterday morning at Belmont.

(April 28th)  Civis Romanus breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat Saturday morning in Lexington.  It was the 10th fastest of 48 breezes at that distance.  Partners should log-in to their partner pages for additional information.

(April 28th)  Saint of Saints finished 4th in his return at Keeneland Saturday, after a long layoff.  He broke a little slow and ran most of the race in 9th place.  He had a big run down the stretch to hit the wire in a photo-finish for third place.  It was a very good effort fresh off the bench.  Partners should log-in to their partner pages for additional information.

(April 25th)  East Coast Express finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.  She broke well but settled back behind a few horses going wide into the first turn on her return to the turf.  She ran head-strong down the back stretch, weaving between horses, as she made up ground.  She went wide on the last turn also and got up to third place, but just ran evenly down the stretch.  It was a much improved effort over her previous dirt races.

(April 24th)  Saint of Saints is listed as 6-1 on the morning-line for his race at Keeneland tomorrow.

(April 23rd)  East Coast Express is listed as 6-1 on the morning-line for her race at Aqueduct tomorrow.

(April 23rd)  Both American Hero and East Coast Express came out of their breezes in good order.

(April 23rd)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Friday, April 25th in the 5th race at Keeneland.  Leporaux will be the jockey for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in a field of ten starters.  Projected post time is 3:09 PM (EST).

(April 22nd)  New videos have been added to the partner pages for Hoosier Spirit, Saint of Saints and Civis Romanus.  Partners can access the new video's by logging-in and clicking on the links.

(April 22nd)  Both Saint of Saints and Civis Romanus came out of their breezes in good shape. 

(April 21st)  Star of New York convincingly won the 5th race at Aqueduct Saturday.  He stalked the leaders, cruising in 4th place the whole race, and then made a four-wide move on the end of the turn to grab the lead at the top of the stretch.  He drew away under an aggressive hand-ride to win going away by about six lengths.  It was a convincing win.

(April 21st)  East Coast Express had a breeze Saturday morning at Belmont.  She breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat.

(April 21st)  American Hero had his first breeze in several months.  He was caught by the clockers going three furlongs in 39 seconds flat at Belmont Saturday morning.

(April 18th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Thursday, April 24th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Worrie will be aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #1 in a full field of ten horses (with six AE's).  Post time is 5:28 PM.

(April 18th)  Civis Romanus fired the bullet breeze in Lexington yesterday morning, going three furlongs in 36 seconds flat.  It was by far the fastest breeze of the day at that distance.

(April 18th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington.  It was the 2nd fastest of ten breezes at that distance.  The fastest time was 49.2 seconds.

(April 17th)  Hoosier Spirit has proven himself as an early developer and should be ready to race when the first 2YO races begin in the June/July timeframe.  He is doing great.

(April 16th)  Saint of Saints did not breeze yesterday morning as scheduled due to sloppy track conditions.  He is tentatively scheduled to now breeze tomorrow morning.  It will be his last breeze before his comeback race next week.  We are pointing him towards a race at Keeneland on April 25th.

(April 15th)  Chief of State is coming along very nicely at his training center in upstate New York.  He has grown and developed to the best of our expectations and proceeds to train forwardly with no issues.  We are hoping he will be ready to ship to Belmont in about eight weeks.  If all continues to go well, we anticipate him being ready to race by the late summer or early fall.

(April 14th)  Civis Romanus popped out of the starting gate over the weekend as he prepares to start breezing for his racing debut.  He has been getting some schooling in the starting gate process and should start breezing in about a week or two.  He is coming along extremely well.

(April 10th)  King Kongrats greatly outran his high odds finishing 4th in his race at Aqueduct yesterday.  He broke well but sat in last place for most of the race.  He began to make an inside move at the top of the stretch and managed to get up in time for the minor award, just missing third place.  The winner beat him by about four lengths.  As King Kongrats is not a sprinter, it was a very good effort for such a short distance race. 

(April 9th)  Saint of Saints came out of his breeze in great shape.

(April 8th)  Hoosier Spirit shipped back to the track over the weekend and returned to training yesterday morning after a couple weeks off at a local farm.

(April 8th)  King Kongrats is the longest shot in his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 20-1.

(April 7th)  Saint of Saints fired another bullet breeze Saturday in Lexington, KY, going five panels from the starting gate in 1:01 flat.  It was the fastest breeze of the day at that distance.  We are pointing him towards a race at Keeneland on April 25th.

(April 7th)  King Kongrats will make his next start on Wednesday, April 9th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be the rider for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of six horses.  Post time is 2:53 PM (EST)

(April 4th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(April 3rd)  Civis Romanus is doing very well on his comeback after some time off for an injury.  The talented Roman Ruler colt is expected to make his racing debut later this summer.

(April 1st)  Saint of Saints came out of his breeze in good shape.

(March 31st)  East Coast Express came out of her race in good shape.  She will be heading back to the turf for her next start.

(March 28th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 1:02 yesterday morning in KY.  It was the 2nd fastest workout at that distance.

(March 28th)  East Coast Express finished off the board in her race yesterday at Aqueduct.  She will be heading back to the turf for her next start.

(March 26th)  East Coast Express is considered a long-shot for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 15-1.

(March 24th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Thursday, March 27th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Worrie will be the jock for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 5:12 PM (EST).

(March 24th)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs in 39 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont.  It was her final serious prep for her race later this week.

(March 19th)  Chief of State is now sold out.  Thanks to everyone who bought in on this promising young prospect.

(March 17th)  Saint of Saints fired another bullet breeze Saturday morning going four furlongs in 48.2 seconds.  It was the fastest of 37 breezes at that distance and Saints third bullet breeze in a row.  We are pointing him towards a race at Keeneland at the end of April.

(March 14th)  All tax documents (Schedule K-1's) have been completed and mailed to our partners for all horses owned in 2013.  The last statements should be arriving in your mailbox this weekend or early next week.  Please let us know if you have any questions.

(March 13th)  East Coast Express was caught by the clockers breezing three furlongs in 39 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.  Partners should log-in to their partner page for additional information.

(March 11th)  Saint of Saints came out of his bullet breeze in great shape.  He is tentatively scheduled to breeze again on Saturday morning.

(March 10th)  East Coast Express stretched her legs yesterday morning at Belmont, putting in an easy three fiurlong breeze in 39.4 seconds.  She is being pointed towards a race at Belmont on the 24th.

(March 10th)  Mucho Macho Man finished 4th in the Big Cap at Santa Anita Saturday.  Game on Dude fired a huge race to go wire to wire for the impressive victory.  It was Game on Dude's 3rd time winning the Big Cap.

(March 7th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds this morning in KY.  It was the bullet breeze as he was the fastest of five breezes at that distance.  The next fastest breeze was two full seconds slower.

(March 6th)  Mucho Macho Man will try to make it four wins in a row when he breaks from the gate Saturday in the Grade I Santa Anita Handicap.  Gary Stevens will be in the irons for the nine furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of eight entries.  Mucho Macho Man is the high-weight of the race and will carry ten pounds more than most of the field.  Post time is 4:00 PM (PST) or 7:00 PM (EST).  Mucho Macho Man is the morning-line favorite at 9-5 odds.  Will Take Charge, Game On Dude and Imperative are some of the other more accomplished horses in the race.

(March 5th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont Park.

(March 3rd)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs in 1:01.2 yesterday afternoon at Santa Anita.  In a somewhat rare move, Mucho Macho Man breezed by himself between the 4th and 5th races at Santa Anita, much to the enjoyment of the Sunday afternoon crowd.  He is being pointed to the Santa Anita Handicap on Saturday at Santa Anita.

(February 27th)  King Kongrats came out of his last race very tired but in good condition.

(February 26th)  Hoosier Spirit recently had a nice open gallop down the stretch in company as he prepares to begin breezing soon.  He went the one furlong distance in 15 seconds flat.  Click on the link below to view a short video clip of the open gallop:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6_9wZ-GbHCY

(February 25th)  King Kongrats finished in 4th place in his race at Aqueduct yesterday.  He broke alertly, but quickly was passed by the field, assuming last place.  He ran at or near the back most of the race, about fifteen lengths back.  He made one big move at the end of the backstretch and around the final turn to get within three lengths of the leaders at the top of the stretch, but had nothing left for the stretch drive.  It was a decent first effort going against winners for the first time at that level.

(February 25th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 at Gulfstream Park over he weekend and was then shipped to Santa Anita, where he is expected to contest the Santa Anita H. against a similar field to the Breeders' Cup Classic.  Both Will Take Charge and Game On Dude are pointing to the same race on March 8th.

(February 25th)  East Coast Express came out of her race in good shape.

(February 24th)  Saint of Saints fired the bullet breeze Saturday morning, going three furlongs in an impressive 35 seconds flat accompanied by a strong gallop-out.  It was the fastest of ten breezes at that distance.

(February 24th)  Hoosier Spirit had a strong open gallop down the stretch as he prepares to start breezing soon.  He went the one furlong distance in 15 seconds flat.

(February 24th)  King Kongrats is the longest shot in his race today with morning-line odds of 10-1.

(February 24th)  East Coast Express finished in 6th place in her race Saturday.  She had a good start and sat in 4th about two lengths behind the leaders for most of the race, but was unable to make up any ground in the stretch and faded slightly.  The winner beat her by six lengths.  We will probably go back to a longer race for her next start.

(February 21st)  King Kongrats will make his next start on Monday, February 24th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Pablo Morales will be aboard for the one mile seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #3 in a field of six horses.  Post time is 12:25 PM (EST).

(February 21st)  Saint of Saints recently had a nice two-minute lick in preparation for his return to breezing. We hope to see him back to the races in April.

(February 21st)  East Coast Express is 6-1 on the morning-line for her race at Aqueduct tomorrow.

(February 20th)  Star of New York won the 5th race at Laurel yesterday, pushing his lifetime earnings to over $400,000.  It was his 8th career win. 

(February 18th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Saturday, February 22nd in the 3rd race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be in the saddle for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #8 in a field of sixteen (16) horses.  Post time is 1:23 PM.

(February 17th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs in 58 seconds flat over the weekend at Gulfstream Park.  Looks like he is being pointed to the Grade I Santa Anita H. for his next start.

(February 14th)  East Coast Express, Hoopskirt and King Kongrats all came out of their breeze's in good shape.

(February 13th)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs at Belmont yesterday morning in 37.3 seconds.

(February 13th)  Hoopskirt breezed three furlongs at Belmont yesterday morning in 38 seconds flat.

(February 13th)  King Kongrats breezed three furlongs at Belmont yesterday morning in 39 seconds flat.

(February 10th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed four furlongs in 47 seconds flat at Gulfstream Park over the weekend.  It was the 2nd fastest of 72 breezes at that distance.

(February 7th)  Hoosier Hero returned to the track yesterday morning after a long layoff.  He actually trained with a rider up yesterday morning and will continue with daily training until he is ready to race again.  We are thrilled to see him get back to training.

(February 6th)  Broadway Dream has been retired and placed with a good farm near Ocala, Florida.  They plan to use her as an occassional riding horse around the farm.

(February 4th)  East Coast Express is doing well and should be ready to race again in a couple weeks.

(February 3rd)  Reserve Currency is doing well after returning to training last month after a long lay-up.  We are pleased with his early progress on his comeback.

(anuary 31st)  Congrats to trainer Patrick Quick who won the 7th race at Aqueduct this afternoon.

(January 31st)  Coosada finished 4th in his race yesterday afternoon.  He broke slow and found himself in last place after the start, about ten lengths behind the leader.  He ran a steady race and was able to pass several horses, but was not able to catch the leaders before the wire.  The winner beat him by about three lengths.

(January 30th)  Coosada is 4-1 on the morning-line for his race at Gulfstream Park this afternoon.

(January 29th)  American Hero is doing well in his training and should be ready to see his first race by the early spring if all continues to go well.

(January 28th)  Saint of Saints and Hoosier Spirit have been galloping together each morning during these brutal coldspells in Kentucky.  Saint of Saints is our veteran multiple winner preparing for his comeback off a lay-off and Hoosier Spirit is our talented two year old preparing for his first start.  Both are doing great.

(January 27th)  Coosada will make his next start on Thursday January 30th in the 1st race at Gulfstream Park.  Paco Lopez will be in the irons for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 12:40 PM.

(January 22nd)  King Kongrats breezed three furlongs in 36.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the fastest of three breezes at that distance.

(January 21st)  Reserve Currency has returned to Belmont to continue his training after a six month lay-up.  We hope to have him ready to race again by May.

(January 20th)  Both East Coast Express and Coosada finished off the board in their respective races over the weekend.

(January 20th) Mucho Macho Man, formerly owned by Dream Team Racing Stable, easily won the Sunshine Millions Classic at Gulfstream Park Saturday under a hand-ride by jockey Gary Stevens.

(January 17th)  Coosada will make his next start on Sunday, January 19th in the 1st race at Gulfstream Park.  Jaen will be aboard for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of seven horses.  Post time is 12:40 PM (EST).

(January 17th)  East Coast Express is the 4th choice for her race today at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 6-1.

(January 16th)  Mucho Macho Man will make his next start on Saturday in the Florida Sunshine Millions Classic at Gufstream Park.  Gary Stevens will be aboard for the nine furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of six horses.  Post time is 5:03 PM (EST).

(January 14th)  Coosada breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning at Gulfstream Park.

(January 13th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed four furlongs in 47.4 seconds over the weekend at Gulfstream Park.  Looks like he is being pointed towards the Sunshine Millions Classic at Gulfstream Park.

(January 13th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Friday, January 17th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Taylor Rice will be in the irons for the one mile seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #4 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 1:52 PM (EST).

(January 13th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat at Belmont over the weekend.

(January 8th)  Civis Romanus will be shipping back to the Thoroughbred Training Center in Lexington, KY either today or tomorrow to resume training after a six month lay-off.

(January 7th)  Saint of Saints was shipped to the track and is now stabled st the Thoroughbred Training Center in Lexington, KY.

(January 6th)  Mucho Macho Man was reported to have breezed four furlongs at Gulfstream Park over the weekend in 47.3 seconds.  No public announcement of his next start has been made yet but his connections are considering the Florida Sunshine Millions Classic in a couple of weeks or the Grade I Donn H. in February.

(January 6th)  Coosada was scratched from his race on Saturday.  We will look for another spot for him when he is ready.

(January 3rd)  Coosada will be our first runner in 2014 when he takes on a field of seven in the first race at Gulfstream Park tomorrow afternoon.  Paco Lopez will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5.  It is carded as the first race of the day.  Post time is 12:40 PM (EST).  Coosada is the second choice by the odds-makers at 3-1.  It is his first race off a long lay-off.

(December 31st)  Coosada breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds at Gulfstream Park yesterday morning.  It was the 6th fastest of forty-four (44) breezes at that distance.

(December 30th)  East Coast Express came out of her race in good shape.

(December 30th)  Mucho Macho Man was reported to have breezed at Gulfstream Park yesterday morning.  He traveled the five panels in 1:01.3.

(December 27th)  East Coast Express finished 5th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.  She completely missed the break as she rared her head back just as the gate opened.  She started dead last and was rushed up to hold a distant 5th place for most of the race.  Just before the last turn, the horses behind her passed her on the outside as she dropped back to last place again.  She managed to pass a few horses just before the wire to capture the minor prize.

(December 26th)  East Coast Express is considered a long-shot by the odds-maker for her race this afternoon at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 10-1.

(December 24th)  Mucho Macho Man was caught by the clockers at Gulfstream Park breezing five furlongs in 1:00 flat over the weekend.

(December 23rd)  Coosada breezed five furlongs in 1:01.4 over the weekend at Gulfstream Park.

(December 23rd)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Thursday, December 26th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Garcia will be aboard for the one mile seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #6 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 1:47 PM (EST).

(December 20th)  Anyone interested in ordering a Winner's Circle Photo of King Kongrats win on Wednesday at Aqueduct should contact the office to place an order.  We plan to place a group order by the end of the day.

(December 19th)  King Kongrats came from dead last to easily win his race at Aqueduct yesterday by about three lengths.  He broke well but quickly faded to last place about ten lengths behind the leaders.  He improved his position at the end of the backstretch and slowing caught each horse in front of him on the last turn and down the stretch, taking the lead at about the eighth pole.  Congrats to all our partners on the victory.

(December 18th)  Coosada breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds yesterday at Gulfstream Park.  The track clocker caught him going five furlongs in 1:03 flat.

(December 17th)  King Kongrats is the luke-warm morning-line favorite for his race tomorrow at odds of 5/2.  An important update has been added to his partner page.  Partners should log-on to the partner page to ascertain the important information.

(December 17th)  East Coast Express came out of her race in good shape.

(December 16th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed four furlongs in 49.4 seconds over the weekend, according to the clockers at Gulfstream Park.

(December 16th)  King Kongrats will make his next start in the 6th race at Aqueduct on Wednesday, December 18th.  Cornelius Velasquez will be driving for the one mile seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #1 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 2:45 PM (EST).

(December 12th)  East Coast Express finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.  She broke well on the rail but quickly gave way settling in 4th about five lengths back.  She ran evenly the rest of the race and was unable to gain much on the leaders down the stretch.  The winner beat her by about four lengths.

(December 11th)  Saint of Saints is doing exceptionally well in his training comeback.  We hope to have him ready to race again by the spring.

(December 10th)  Coosada breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning at Gulfstream Park.

(December 10th)  East Coast Express is the third choice for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 5-1.

(December 9th)  Congrats to Dream Team Racing Stable trainer Pat Quick, who won an allowance level race at Aqueduct yesterday at odds of 40-1.

(December 9th)  East Coast Express will try dirt for the first time when she races in the 4th race at Aqueduct on Wednesday, December 11th.  Junior Alvarado will be up for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 1:47 PM (EST).

(December 9th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed three furlongs in 37.3 seconds at Gulfstream Park over the weekend.

(December 5th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(December 4th)  Coosada breezed four furlongs in 52.4 seconds at Gulfstream Park yesterday morning.

(December 3rd)  Saint of Saints returned to training yesterday after a four month lay-up.

(December 3rd)  King Kongrats came out of his race in decent shape. 

(December 2nd)  King Kongrats finished off the board in his race at Aqueduct yesterday.  He broke well but allowed the field to quickly stretch out in front of him.  He ran most of the race in 12th place.  He had a mild rally to pass a few horses, but was no match for the front-runners.

(November 29th)  Congrats to trainer Pat Quick who won the last race at Aqueduct yesterday.

(November 28th)  King Kongrats will try two-turns for the first time on Sunday, December 1st in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Cornelio Velasquez will be in the irons for the nine furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #11 in a full field of twelve horses. Post time is 2:45 PM (EST).

(November 26th)  Click on the link that follows to view a short video clip of King Kongrats coming down the stretch during his breeze on Saturday.  He is the one on the rail:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdqZo0-_RWk&feature=youtu.be

(November 25th)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.

(November 25th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.

(November 20th)  Hoosier Spirit continues to do everything right as we leg him up to begin breezing.  He is still on target to see his first race in the April/May time-frame.  He has already received tons of starting gate training and he is to the point now where he stands in the gate for several minutes with both the front and rear doors closed. He is doing incredibly well in his training.

(November 19th)  American Hero returns to training today at Belmont after a short lay-up for a minor injury.

(November 18th)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs in 36.4 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.  It was the 6th fastest of 23 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 36.37 seconds.  We are pointing her towards a race at Aqueduct on Sunday.

(November 14th)  Hoopskirt came out of her 2nd place effort in good shape.

(November 13th)  King Kongrats came out of his race in great shape.  We will see how he trains over the next week or two before looking for his next race.

(November 12th)  Coosada had her first breeze after a long lay-up, going three furlongs in 38.4 seconds at Gulfstream Park yesterday morning.

(November 11th)  Hoopskirt finished in 2nd place in her race at Aqueduct on Saturday.  She ran most of the race in 7th place and started her move on the turn, going three-wide and passing a couple horses to improve her position.  Down the stretch she passed the rest of the field but was unable to catch the heavy favorite.  She was about two lengths behind the winner.

(November 11th)  King Kongrats finished in 6th place in his race at Aqueduct on Saturday.  He missed third place by about a length.  He broke a step slow, but still broke much better than his last start, but quickly let the field stretch out ahead of him. He ran in last throughout most of the race and then made a move in the stretch to pass some horses and put himself into contention.  He went inside down the stretch and was unable to avoid some traffic problems, costing him the show spot.

(November 8th)  King Kongrats is 6-1 on the mrning-line for his race at Aqueduct on Saturday.

(November 8th)  Hoopskirt is 12-1 on the morning-line for her race at Aqueduct on Saturday.

(November 7th)  Congrats to trainer Patrick Quick who won the 5th race at Aqueduct yesterday.

(November 7th)  King Kongrats will make his next start in the 1st race at Aqueduct on Saturday, November 9th.  Vargas will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 12:20 PM (EST).

(November 7th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start in the 7th race at Aqueduct on Saturday, November 9th.  Franco will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a field of eleven horses.  Post time is 3:14 PM (EST).

(November 5th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(November 4th)  Mucho Macho Man won the Grade 1 Breeders' Cup Classic in a thrilling stretch run Saturday at Santa Anita.  He stalked the early speed through both turns and took the lead at the top of the stretch.  He held off a late charge by two late challengers to bring home the richest prize in America.  Congrats to all the connections on a job well done.  With the win, Mucho Macho Man now has lifetime earnings of just under $5.5 million dollars.

(November 1st)  Mucho Macho Man is the luke-warm 2nd choice in the Grade I Breeders' Cup Classic tomorrow with morning-line odds of 5-1.  Game On Dude is the heavy favorite at 8-5.  Fort Larned, who nipped out Mucho Macho Man in last years rendition of this race is 6-1.  The field is loaded with talented horses and Mucho Macho Man will have to be on his "A" game to win this one.  Best of luck to all the connections.

(October 31st)  Chief of State is progressing quickly in his breaking training and is already being ridden.  He is progressing very quickly and seems eager to participate in the training process.  We are very pleased with what we are seeing so far.  Shares are still available in this athletic looking prospect.

(October 31st)  Hoopskirt came out of her breeze in good shape.  We are poonting her toards a race at Aqueduct on November 8th.

(October 29th)  Hoopskirt had the bullet breeze at Belmont over the weekend, going four furlongs in 48.3 seconds and galloping out five furlongs in 1:02.3.  It was the fastest of seven breezes at that distance.

(October 28th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 47.1 seconds Sunday morning at Belmont.  He breezed from the gate in company.  He galloped out five furlongs in 1:01 flat.  The clockers gave him a five furlong breeze in 1:01 which was the 2nd fastest of 29 breezes at that distance.

(October 28th)  Chief of State was safely shipped to his new training facility in upstate New York and has already begun his breaking training.

(October 24th)  Hoosier Spirit has impressed us in his early training.  He has an efficient smooth gallop that allows him to move effortlessly around the track.  In addition, he loves to train and is as smart a horse as we have ever seen.  He has a lot of things going for him and we are very pleased with what we are seeing.

(October 18th)  King Kongrats came out of his race in great shape and is training well.

(October 16th)  East Coast Express is the 2nd choice in her race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 5-2.

(October 16th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds at Belmont.

(October 15th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Thursday, October 17th in the 3rd race at Belmont.  Junior Alvarado will once again be the jockey for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #8 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 1:54 PM (EST).

(October 15th)  Congrats to trainer Pat Quick who won the second race at Belmont Saturday with the longest shot in the race.  At 39-1, Pat's horse paid $81 for a $2 win bet.

(October 15th)  Adding blinkers to King Kongrats ended up being an experiment gone wrong, as he competely missed the break and started almost twenty lengths behind the entire field.  Although he made up some significant ground, he still finished well off the board.

(October 11th)  King Kongrats is considered the longest-shot in his race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 15-1.

(October 10th)  King Kongrats will make his next start on Saturday, October 12th in the 1st race at Belmont.  Vargas will be the pilot for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 12:50 PM (EST).

(October 7th)  King Kongrats breezed five furlongs in 1:02.3 over the weekend at Belmont.  It was the 6th fastest of eighteen breezes at that distance.  Partners should log-in to their partner page for more details.  We plan to enter King Kongrats on Wednesday for a race at Belmont on Saturday, October 12th.

(October 7th)  Hoopskirt breezed three furlongs in 37.1 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  It was the 7th fastest of twenty breezes at that distance.

(October 4th)  East Coast Express finished 5th in her race at Belmont this afternoon.  We had a suspisious feeling that she was not going to run well when we noticed that she was washed-out during the post parade.  She broke well and ran in 2nd through both turns and down the backstretch and briefly took the lead at the top of the stretch.  However, she had nothing left down the stretch and faded to 5th place.

(October 3rd)  East Coast Express is the 4th choice for her race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 6-1.

(October 3rd)  Congrats to trainer Patrick Quick who won another allowance level race at Belmont yesterday.  In eleven starts at Belmont this fall, Pat has three wins, three seconds and a third from eleven starts.

(October 2nd)  King Kongrats came out of his breeze in great shape.

(October 1st)  Hoosier Spirit has completed his breaking training and was safely shipped to his track trainer yesterday.  He will resume his training tomorrow.

(October 1st)  To view a video of Mucho Macho Man's win in the Grade 1 Awesome Again Stakes on Saturday, click on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=UjBfXO6lLY4

(September 30th)  Mucho Macho Man easily won the Grade I Awesome Again Stakes at Santa Anita Saturday afternoon.  He broke well from the outside post and quickly settled into 5th place going three wide into the first turn.  He maintained that position, about five lengths behind the leader until the final turn.  Going three wide around the last turn, he quickly caught the leaders and assumed the lead at the top of the stretch.  He widened his margin down the stretch to win the race by almost five lengths under an aggressive hand-ride by jockey Gary Stevens.  He received a preliminary Beyer figure of a '110' for his winning effort.  The win pushed his lifetime earnings to just short of $2.5 million.  Congrats to all the connections on a job well done.  Mucho Macho Man will likely make his next start in the Breeder's Cup Classic on November 2nd at Santa Anita.

(September 30th)  King Kongrats breezed five furlongs in company Sunday morning at Belmont in 1:04.3.

(September 30th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Friday, October 4th in the 5th race at Belmont.  Junior Alvarado will be back in the saddle for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 2:58 PM (EST).

(September 27th)  Mucho Macho Man is the 2nd choice for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 3-1.

(September 26th)  Mucho Macho Man will make his next start on Saturday, September 28th in the Grade 1 Awesome Again Stakes at Santa Anita.  It is carded as the 10th race of the day.  Gary Stevens will be the rider for the nine furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #10 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 8:30 PM (EST).

(September 23rd)  King Kongrats over-came a slow break from the gate to rally for 5th place in his debut at Belmont Saturday.  He missed 2nd place by just a little over a length.  It was a good effort for his first race against a very tough field.

(September 19th)  King Kongrats will make his first start on Saturday, September 21st in the 2nd race at Belmont.  Apprentice rider Vargas will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of eight horses.  Post time is 1:36 PM (EST).

(September 17th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs at Belmont Sunday in 48.3 seconds.

(September 16th)  Congrats to trainers Patrick Quick and Bill White.  Pat won an allowance race at Belmont Saturday and Bill White won a Maiden Special Weight as well as an overnight stakes race at Calder on Saturday.

(September 16th)  King Kongrats and American Hero breezed from the gate together on Saturday morning at Belmont.  They went four furlongs in 48.4 seconds.  They were the 15th and 16th fastest of 51 breezes at that distance.

(September 16th)  East Coast Express finished 3rd in her race at Belmont Friday.  She sat in 3rd the whole race, stalking the leaders by a couple lengths.  She hit some traffic at the top of the stretch and had to wait for a horse to go by her on the outside before she could get off the rail.  She ran steady down the stretch but was unable to gain much on the leaders.  It was a nice effort.

(September 13th)  Hoosier Spirit is very close to selling out.  If you have an interest, please act quickly as he will likely be sold out in just a few days.

(September 12th)  East Coast Express is 5-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Belmont.

 

(September 11th)  Click on the link below to view a short video of American Hero and King Kongrats breaking from the gate during their breeze over the weekend.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvFbPMlE_Kk

(September 10th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Friday, September 13th in the 2nd race at Belmont.  Junior Alvarado will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #4 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 1:36 PM (EST).

(September 9th)  American Hero and King Kongrats breezed from the starting gate on the main track at Belmont Saturday morning.  They went together and both received their starting gate cards.  They went four furlongs in 48.3 seconds each.

(September 9th)  East Coast Express had a strong gallop yesterday in preparation for her next start.  To see her finishing up the gallop at Belmont, click on the two links that follows for a short video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbWxfTFaFC4 and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V28PkPHTtew&feature=em-upload_owner.

(September 6th)  American Hero and King Kongrats are scheduled to breeze from the gate together tomorrow morning at Belmont.  If you plan to attend the breezes, please be at the barn by no later than 8:30 AM.

(September 4th)  Breaking a horse can take weeks in most instances, but Hoosier Spirit made it look easy when they tried to put a rider on his back for the first time.  Click on the link below to view Hoosier Spirit getting a rider up on his back for the very first time:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52fvLN29Nt0

(September 4th)  Witch Way North breezed two furlongs in 25.3 seconds yesterday morning at Calder.  She galloped out three furlongs in 38.4 seconds.  Click on the link below to view a video of the breeze:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFjNPto4ek8

(September 3rd)  American Hero and King Kongrats breezed together from the gate over the weekend at Belmont.  They hit the finish line together in a time of 49.1 seconds.  They tied for the 9th fastest breeze out of 36 breezes at that distance.

(August 27th)  East Coast Express finished in 3rd place in her race at Saratoga yesterday.  She was roughed up a bit breaking from the gate and ran most of the race in 7th place.  She made a nice move on the final turn and down the stretch to get up for the minor award.  She was gaining quickly on the 2nd place horse when the wire came up.  She missed 2nd by less than one length.  A rough start and several checks by the jockey throughout the race probably cost her any chance at the win. 

(August 26th)  King Kongrats breezed three furlongs in 37 seconds flat at Belmont over the weekend.

(August 26th)  American Hero breezed three furlongs in 37.2 seconds at Belmont over the weekend.

(August 26th)  East Coast Express is 10-1 on the morning-line for her race today at Saratoga.

(August 23rd)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Monday, August 26th in the 10th race at Saratoga.  Ortiz, Jr. will be aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in a field of eleven horses.  Post time is 5:52 PM (EST).

(August 23rd)  Click on the following link to view a video of King Kongrats and American Hero galloping down the stretch on the main track at Belmont yesterday morning:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7pbjqxYkqA

(August 20th)  Congrats to Dream Team Trainer Patrick Quick, who almost pulled off the double at Saratoga yesterday afternoon, winning the tenth race and finishing 2nd in a photo-finish in the 4th race.  Nice job Pat!

(August 16th)  King Kongrats had an unpublished breeze at Belmont yesterday morning going four furlongs in 49.3 seconds.  Partners should log-in to their partner page for more details on the breeze.

 

(August 14th) Witch Way North arrived safely yesterday afternoon at Calder in Miami, FL after an overnight trip from Kentucky.  She is doing well.

(August 12th)  East Coast Express finished in 6th place in her race at Saratoga yesterday, losing to the winner by about seven lengths.

(August 9th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Sunday, August 11th in the 11th race at Saratoga.  Ortiz Jr. will be aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #7 in a field of 13 horses.  Post time is 6:18 PM (EST).

(August 8th)  Evening Survivor breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning at Calder.  It was the 2nd fastest of eleven breezes at that distance. 

(August 7th)  King Kongrats breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont Park.  It was the 8th fastest of 42 breezes at that distance.  American Hero breezed right behind King Kongrats going four furlongs in 50 seconds flat.  It was the 26th fastest of 42 breezes at that distance.  Below is a link to a video, captured by a partner, of American Hero and King Kongrats breezing. American Hero did not start at the same time as King Kongrats, so the video is a little deceiving.  Click on the link to enjoy the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5dbWmINjHI

(August 6th)  Enjoy a video of King Kongrats, the newest addition to Dream Team Racing Stable's string as he continues to move forwardly towards his debut: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_aSWg-3ihI&feature=em-upload_owner 

(August 6th)  A video of American Hero training with two stablemates at Belmont Park has been added on YouTube...click on this link to view: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjegJ8aNxfY&feature=em-upload_owner 

(August 6th)  Our newest offering, our Congrats colt. is now sold out.  Congrats to everyone who opted to become a partner on this exciting prospect.

(August 5th)  Only a few shares remain in our newest offering, our Congrats colt.  We expect him to sell out today, so please act quickly if you have an interest - before you get closed out.

(August 5th)  Mucho Macho Man finished in 3rd place in the Grade I Whitney Invitational at Saratoga Saturday.  He sat in 3rd most of the race stalking the leaders by a few lengths.  In the final turn he made a three-wide move to get up to the throat latch of the leader, but was unable to get by him.  It was a good effort off a sparsely raced season.

(August 2nd)  Sales of our newest offering, our Congrats colt, have been outstanding.  In the first full day we have sold almost 70 shares.  Only about 30 shares remain available.  If you are interested in getting in on this opportunity, please act quickly before he is sold out.  At this pace, we think he may sell out by Monday, possibly sooner.

(August 2nd)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(August 2nd)  American Hero breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat at Belmont Wednesday morning.

(August 1st)  Mucho Macho Man will make his next start on Saturday, August 3rd in the Grade 1 Whitney Invitational at Saratoga. It is carded as the 10th race.  Prado will be aboard for the nine furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of eight horses.

(August 1st)  Check out our new offering, a 2YO Congrats colt that is close to being ready to race.  His information is available on our "Offerings" page.

(July 29th)  East Coast Express breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(July 25th)  American Hero breezed three furlongs in 38.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(July 19th)  Hoosier Hero seems to have come out of his race in good shape.

(July 18th)  Hoosier Hero finished off the board in his stakes debut yesterday.  He ran mid-pack but by the end of second turn he started to fade and was no match for the top finishers.  Partners should log-on to the partner page for additional details.

(July 17th)  Evening Survivor has adjusted nicely since shipping to the track a week ago and has been training well.  He should be back to breezing shortly.

(July 16th)  American Hero breezed three furlongs for the first time yesterday morning at Belmont, going the three panels in an easy 39.2 seconds.

(July 16th)  Hoosier Hero is 8-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow.

(July 15th)  Hoosier Hero will make his next start in the $150,000 Governor Stakes at Indiana Downs on Wednesday, July 17th.  Rodney Prescott will be back aboard for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a full field of twelve horses.  The race is carded as the 8th race of the night.  Approximate post time is 8:55 PM (EST).

(July 12th)  We plan to enter Hoosier Hero tomorrow afternoon for the $150,000 Governor Stakes at Indiana Downs on July 17th.  Check back late tomorrow afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(July 12th)  Hoopskirt finished 5th in her race at Belmont yesterday.  She ran most of the race in 6th place and was unable to make up any ground down the stretch. 

(July 11th)  American Hero had his first breeze yesterday morning at Belmont, going one furlong in 11.3 seconds.  Partners should log-on to their partner page for additional details.

(July 11th)  Evening Survivor was shipped to Bill White's barn at Calder yesterday and arrived safely.  He will resume his training this morning and we are hopeful that we will see him racing in about eight weeks or so.

(July 10th)  Saint of Saints will be scratched from his race today.  Partners should check the partner page for additional details.

(July 10th)  Hoosier Hero had his final serious prep for his stakes race next week, breezing five furlongs in 1:03.4.  We plan to enter him on Saturday afternoon for the stakes race.

(July 10th)  Evening Survivor left on a truck this morning for Calder Race Course.  He should arrive at Bill White's barn later this afternoon.

(July 10th)  Hoopskirt is the longshot of her race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 15-1.

(July 9th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Thursday, July 11th in the 4th race at Belmont.  Tomas will be in the irons for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of seven horses.  Post time is 2:38 PM (EST).

(July 9th)  Saint of Saints is the morning-line favorite for his race tomorrow at odds of 7/2.

(July 8th)  Hoosier Hero has been nominated to the $150,000 Governors Stakes at Indiana Downs on July 17th.  Entries are due this coming weekend.

(July 8th) East Coast Express breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(July 8th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start in the 6th race at Indiana Downs on Wednesday, July 10th.  Malcomb Franklin will be aboard for the eight furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #9 in a field of fifteen horses.  Post time is 8:05 PM (EST).

(July 5th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs this morning at Belmont in 47.2 seconds.  It was the 2nd fastest of 58 breezes at that distance.

(July 5th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs at Churchill Downs this morning in 1:00.4.  The track condition was listed as good.

(July 5th)  We plan to enter Saint of Saints tomorrow afternoon for a race at Indiana Downs on Wednesday.  Check back late tomorrow afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(July 2nd)  Winner's Circle Photo's of Hoosier Hero's win on June 19th have been mailed to everyone who placed an order.  They were mailed yesterday.

(July 2nd)  If you have not seen the video of Hoosier Hero winning his race on June 19th, just click on the link below to watch the race:  http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/videos/race-replays/USA/IND/2013/6/19/8/race-8-at-indiana-downs-on-june-19-2013

(July 1st)  Saint of Saints is being pointed to an allowance race on July 10th at Indiana Downs.

(June 28th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 1:01 flat at Churchill Downs yesterday morning.

(June 27th)  Saint of Saints has been nominated for the Armed Forces Stakes at Gulfstream Park on July 4th.  The race is a $100,000 stakes going 8.5 furlongs on the turf.

(June 27th)  Star of New York was sold earlier this week.  He leaves our stable with almost $400,000 in lifetime earnings.  We wish him and his new connections the very best.

(June 25th)  Hoosier Hero came out of his winning effort in great shape.

(June 24th)  Star of New York finished in 3rd in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He ran most of the race in last place and made a move on the final turn and down the stretch to pick up the show spot.

(June 24th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(June 21st)  If anyone is interested in ordering a winner's circle photo of Hoosier Hero's win on Wednesday, please contact Jim Culver to place an order.  We will be placing an order for photos this weekend.

(June 21st)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 1:00.1 yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  He is being pointed to a race at Churchill Downs on the 29th.

(June 21st)  Star of New York will make his next start on Sunday, June 23rd in the 1st race at Belmont.  Tomas will be aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #4 in a field of seven horses.  Post time is 1:05 PM (EST).

(June 20th)  Hoosier Hero easily won his race yesterday, crushing the 2nd place horse by almost eight lengths, in his first effort at going two-turns.  It was an impressive victory for just his third start. Congrats to all the connections on an outstanding and memorable performance.

(June 18th)  Hoosier Hero is the morning-line favorite for his race tomorrow at odds of 9-5.

(June 18th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Thursday, June 20th in the 6th race at Belmont Park.  Tomas will be in the saddle for the 8.5f route on the dirt.  They break from post position #15.  The post time for the race is 3:41 PM (EST).

(June 17th)  East Coast Express finished off the board in her race yesterday.  She sat in a stalking 5th place most of the race but had nothing left for the stretch run.  She ended up finishing 8th.

(June 14th)  Hoosier Hero will make his next start on Wednesday, June 19th in the 8th race at Indiana Downs. Prescott will be back aboard as HH stretches out to one mile and 70 yards. The break from post position three in a nine horse field. Post time is 8:55 PM (CST).

(June 14th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Sunday, June 16th in the 5th race at Belmont Park. Cornelio Velazquez will be aboard for the nine furlong route over the turf. They break from post position #4 in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 3:09 PM (EST).

(June 11th)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs in 38.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. according to the clockers  Partners should log-in to their partner page for additional details.

(June 7th)  Hoosier Hero had the bullet breeze going five furlongs in 1:04 flat this morning in Lexington, KY.  It was the fastest of six breezes at that distance.  He is still on track for the race we are pointing him towards on the 19th.

(June 7th)  Star of New York finished 4th in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He sat in last place the entire race and made a move down the stretch to grab the minor prize.

(June 6th)  Bell Notes breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(June 5th)  American Hero is doing well in his training at Belmont after shipping there last month.  He is jogging and galloping every day and seems to have a very sensible head on his shoulders.

(June 5th)  Deal Me In shipped back to the track on Sunday and began galloping on Monday.

(June 5th)  Star of New York is 12-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow.

(June 4th)  Star of New York will make his next start in the 2nd race at Belmont on Thursday, June 6th.  Ortiz will be back aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a filed of seven horses.  Post time is 1:36 PM (EST).

(June 3rd)  Coosada breezed four furlongs on the dirt at Gulfstream Park (with the dogs up) in 50.2 seconds over the weekend.

(June 3rd)  Hoopskirt raced in 2nd place for most of her race but was unable to sustain a stretch drive and finished off the board, about six lengths behind the winner.

(May 31st)  Hoopskirt is considered a long-shot for her race today at Belmont with morning-line odds of 12-1.

(May 29th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Friday, May 31st in the 9th race at Belmont.  Tomas will be in the irons for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in a field of fifteen horses.  Post time is 5:17 PM (EST).

(May 28th)  Saint of Saints broke very slowly at the start of his race and found himself in next to last place for most of the race, about fifteen lengths behind the leaders.  He made a big move on the final turn and down the stretch to grab 4th place.  The winner beat him by just a little over a length.

(May 28th)  East Coast Express finished 6th in her race.  After a good start, she quickly found herself running in the back of the field, about twelve lengths behind the leaders.  She made a nice bid on the final turn to get within a few lengths, but flattened out down the stretch.  The winner beat her by about ten lengths.

(May 28th)  Hoosier Hero came out of his race in great shape.

(May 24th)  East Coast Express will make her next start on Monday, May 27th in the 3rd race at Belmont Park.  Ortiz, Jr. will be back aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #7 in a field of eleven horses.  Post time is 2:07 PM (EST).

(May 24th)  Wen plan to enter East Coast Express this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Monday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(May 23rd)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Saturday, May 25th at Churchill Downs. Corey Lanerie will be the pilot for the one mile route over the turf course. They break from post position #7 in a full field of 12 horses (including one main track only entry).  Post time is 4:27 PM (EST).

(May 22nd)  Hoosier Hero finished 3rd in his race yesterday.  He broke alertly and established a stalking position, just behind the early speed.  He fought hard down the stretch to get the show spot but was unable to get to the top two finishers.  It was a good effort for just his second race.  He will likely go longer for his next start.

(May 21st)  Evening Survivor is doing well in his training and should be ready for a two-minute-lick sometime around the end of this month.

(May 21st)  Hoosier Hero is the luke-warm morning-line favorite for his race today at odds of 5/2.

(May 20th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Wedensday, May 22nd in the 6th race at Belmont.  Ortiz, Jr. will be aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a full field of ten hiorses.  Post time is 3:41 PM (EST).

(May 20th)  We entered Saint of Saints yesterday for a race at Churchill Downs on Friday, but the race was not used.  They did write the race back for Saturday, so we do plan to enter him on Wednesday for that race.

(May 17th)  We plan to enter Hoopskirt over the weekend for a race at Belmont on May 22nd.

(May 17th)  East Coast Express breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in company in 49.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  We are pointing her to a race at Belmont on May 27th.

(May 17th)  American Hero arrived safely at Belmont Park yesterday morning and will resume training after a day or two to give him time to adjust to his new environment.

(May 17th)  Hoosier Hero will make his next start on Tuesday, May 21st in the 5th race at Indiana Downs.  Rodney Prescott retains the mount for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a full field of twelve sprinters.  Post time is 7:40 PM (EST).

(May 16th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 59.4 seconds yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  It was the 2nd fastest of 31 breezes at that distance.

(May 16th)  Bell Notes breezed four furlongs in 50.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont Park.

(May 15th)  American Hero is scheduled to arrive at Belmont tomorrow afternoon.

(May 15th)  East Coast Express is scheduled to breeze tomorrow morning at Belmont.

(May 15th)  Hoosier Hero breezed three furlongs in 38.4 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington.  We are pointing him to a race on Tuesday of next week.

(May 14th)  Bell Notes is scheduled to breeze tomorrow morning at Belmont.

(May 13th)  Deal Me In continues to do well and is jogging each day on a farm in Lexington.  He will be shipped back to the track around the end of this month.

(May 13th)  American Hero will be shipped to Belmont sometime this week, as soon as shipping arrangements can be made.  He will continue training there until he is ready to race.

(May 10th)  Hoosier Hero is scheduled to breeze Tuesday morning in Lexington, KY.

(May 10th)  Star of New York finished 5th in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He sat in 6th the entire race and started to make a move on the last turn, but had to be checked due to a slowing horse and lost all his momentum, costing him about five lengths.  He lost to the winner by four lengths.

(May 9th)  Star of New York is 8-1 on the morning-line for his race at Belmont this afternoon.

(May 9th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  It was the 17th fastest of 78 breezes at that distance.

(May 8th)  We are pointing Saint of Saints to a race at Churchill Downs on May 18th unless another race comes along sooner.

(May 7th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Thursday, May 9th in the 1st race at Belmont.  Ortiz, Jr. will be up for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of ten horses.  Post time is 1:05 PM (EST).

(May 6th)  Civis Romanus breezed three furlongs in 36.4 seconds over the weekend in Lexington.  It was the 2nd fastest of 21 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 36.3 seconds.

(May 6th)  Bell Notes breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(May 6th)  Coosada finished 3rd in his race at Calder on Saturday.  He sat in last place most of the race and rallied nicely for the show spot, but he was unable to get to the top two.

(May 3rd)  The race for Star of New York was not used by the racing office.  We will have to look for another spot for him.

(May 3rd)  Hoopskirt finished 2nd in her race at Belmont yesterday.  She had a very good start but settled into 5th place, where she ran for most of the race.  She made a a nice move down the stretch to gain the runner-up spot.  Although she was gaining on the leader, she was unable to get to the winner before the wire came up.  It was a solid effort.  Hoopskirt went off at odds of 22-1.

(May 2nd)  Saint of Saints fired the bullet work yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  He breezed five furlongs in 59.3 seconds.  It was the fastest breeze of the day at that distance.

(May 2nd)  Coosada will make his next start on Saturday, May 4th in the 10th race at Calder.  Zayas will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of seven.  Post time is 5:07 PM (EST).

(May 1st)  Hoosier Hero outran his odds finishing 2nd in his debut yesterday.  He took the lead right out of the gate and held the lead until the very end.  He was pressured the entire distance and the two horses battled hard to the finish.  In the last few strides, his rival was able to edge forward.  Hoosier Hero was one length back when they hit the finish line.  It was an excellent first effort for Hoosier Hero.

(April 30th)  Hoosier Hero is 12-1 on the morning-line for his race today at Indiana Downs.

(April 30th)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Thursday, May 2nd in the 2nd race at Belmont.  Tomas will be in the irons for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a field of eight.  Post time is 1:36 PM (EST).

(April 29th)  East Coast Express overcame a bad start to finish 4th in her debut Sunday at Belmont.  After the bad start, she ran near last, about 12 lengths behind the leaders.  She made a nice move gaining ground on the turn and down the stretch but flattened some before she could get to the leaders.  She lost by about four lengths.  Overall, we were very pleased with her effort in her first start and we look forward to seeing her progress over her next few starts.

(April 29th)  Hoopskirt and Star of New York had a strong open gallop together at Belmont Sunday morning as they prepare for their next starts.

(April 29th)  Civis Romanus had a very nice two-minute lick Saturday morning, going the last three furlongs in 39 seconds flat.  Looks like he is ready to start breezing again.  He will likely see his first breeze before the end of the week.

(April 29th)  Carrot Thief gave a good effort but was unable to hit the board in her race at Belmont Park on Friday.  She finished in 7th place.

(April 26th)  Quarterly earnings checks were mailed yesterday to partners in good standing for all horses that earned money during the first quarter of 2013. 

(April 26th)  Carrot Thief is a huge long-shot for her race today with morning-line odds of 20-1.

(April 26th)  We are pleased to announce the debut of East Coast Express who will be racing in the 5th race at Belmont Park on Sunday, April 28th in the 5th race.  Irad Ortiz, Jr. will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the inner turf course.  They break from post position #6 in a field of eleven horses.  Post time is 2:54 PM (EST).

(April 26th)  We are pleased to announce the debut of Hoosier Hero who will be racing on Tuesday, April 30th in the 4th race at Indiana Downs.  Jockey Rodney Prescott has the mount for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of fifteen horses.  Post time is 7:15 PM (local Indiana time).

(April 25th)  Hoopskirt breezed four furlongs in 51.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(April 24th)  Hoosier Hero had an unpublished breeze going three furlongs in 38 seconds flat in Lexington, KY yesterday morning.

(April 24th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Friday, April 26th in the 4th race at Belmont.  Rivera will be in the irons for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 2:23 PM (EST).

(April 22nd)  East Coast Express breezed four furlongs at Belmont Park over the weekend in 49 seconds flat.  She breezed from the starting gate in company and did receive her starting gate card.

(April 22nd)  Carrot Thief breezed four furlongs at Belmont Park over the weekend in 49 seconds flat.  She breezed from the starting gate in company.

(April 22nd)  Hoosier Hero breezed three furlongs in Lexington, KY over the weekend in 39.4 seconds.

(April 22nd)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs at Churchill Downs over the weekend in 53.3 seconds.

(April 22nd)  Coosada breezed four furlongs at Gulfstream Park over the weekend in 49 seconds flat.

(April 22nd)  Truly Devoted finished 5th in her race at Aqueduct Friday.  She ran well but faded on the last turn and down the stretch.

(April 19th)  Hoosier Hero received his starting gate card yesterday and is ready for his first start.  We are pointing him towards a race on April 30th.

(April 18th)  We entered Carrot Thief today for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday, but the race was not used.  We now plan to enter her on Tuesday for a race on Friday at Belmont.

(April 18th)  Star of New York finished 4th in his race yesterday.  He broke slowly and sat far back early in the race. He gradually made up ground and then made a big move to get close to the leaders around the turn.  By the end of the turn a horse on his inside, blew the turn, forcing him way out into the middle of the track and losing much of the ground he had made up.  He finished well down the stretch but was unable to overcome the incident.  He was about three lengths back from the winner.

(April 17th)  Truly Devoted will make her next start on Friday, April 19th in the 7th race at Aqueduct.  Franco will be the pilot for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #5 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 3:56 PM (EST).

(April 17th)  Bell Notes breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(April 17th)  An important update has been added to the partner page for Senior Statesman.  Partners should log-in to their partner page to view the details.

(April 16th)  We plan to enter Carrot Thief later this week for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday.

(April 16th)  Truly Devoted breezed four furlongs in 52 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(April 15th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Wednesday, April 17th in the 5th race at Aqueduct.  Pablo Morales will be aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 2:54 PM (EST).

(April 15th)  East Coast Express breezed from the gate with Carrot Thief yesterday at Belmont.  East Coast Express was caught by the clockers going the four furlongs in 47.4 seconds.  Carrot Thief went the same distance in 49.4 seconds according to the clockers.  East Coast Express partners should log-in to their partner page for additional information.

(April 15th)  Saint of Saints finished 6th in his race at Keeneland Saturday.  It looked like he had trouble with his footing on the synthetic track.

(April 13th)  Coosada will be scratched from his race today at Calder.

(April 12th)  Saint of Saints is 5-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Keeneland. Any partner that is planning to attend the race and is having difficulty finding seating, please call or email Kostas at kostas@dreamteamracingstable.com

(April 12th)  Coosada is 8-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Calder.

(April 11th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Saturday, April 13th in the 11th race at Keeneland.  Castanon will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the all-weather track.  They break from post position #8 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 6:15 PM (EST).

(April 11th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs on the dirt at Churchill Downs in 1:00.4 yesterday morning.  It was the 4th fastest of 25 breezes at that distance.

(April 11th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs on the dirt at Churchill Downs yesterday morning in 52 seconds flat.  We hope to race her sometime in the next two weeks at Keeneland.

(April 11th)  Truly Devoted fired the bullet breeze yesterday at Belmont going three furlongs in 37.1 seconds.  It was the fastest breeze of the day at that distance.  We are pointing her towards a race at Aqueduct on Friday, April 19th.

(April 10th)  Coosada will make his next start on Saturday, April 13th in the 10th race at Calder.  Zayas will be back aboard for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of eleven horses.  Post time is 5:03 PM (EST).

(April 10th)  Hoosier Hero fired the bullet breeze yesterday morning in Lexington, going four furlongs from the starting gate in company in 48.3 seconds on a very deep track.  Partners should log-on to their partner page for additional details and information.

(April 10th)  Both Saint of Saints and Witch Way North have been shipped to Kentucky where they are in-training preparing for races at Keeneland before the end of this month.

(April 9th)  Star of New York breezed four furlongs at Belmont yesterday morning in 49 seconds flat.  It was the 3rd fastest of ten breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 48.38 seconds.  We are pointing Star of New York to a race at Aqueduct on Sunday, April 21st.

(April 8th) We are pointing Hoopskirt to a race at Aqueduct on Friday, April 19th.

(April 5th)  All K-1 tax statements for 2012 have now been mailed.

(April 5th)  K-1 tax statements were mailed yesterday for Mucho Macho Man.  Partners should check their partner page for additional information regarding the K-1's.

(April 5th)  Hoopskirt finished off the board in her race yesterday.  She was running along in a colse 3rd place when she was checked hard in tight quarters and just never re-engaged.

(April 4th)  K-1 tax statements were mailed yesterday for Civis Romanus.  Partners should check their partner page for additional information regarding the K-1's.

(April 3rd)  Hoopskirt is a bit of a long-shot for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct with morning-line odds of 10-1.

(April 2nd)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Thursday, April 4th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Channing Hill will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of twelve horses.  Post time is 4:52 PM (EST).

(April 2nd)  Winners Circle Photo's for Saint of Saints recent victory were mailed yesterday to all partners who placed an order.

(April 1st)  Coosada took a big step up in class and managed to snatch 3rd place in his race at Gulfstream Park over the weekend.  He raced in last the whole race and made a big move down the stretch to pass the entire field except the top two finishers  He put in a great effort.

(April 1st)  Hoosier Hero breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat Saturday morning in Lexington according to the clockers.  Partners should log-on to their partner page for additional information.

(April 1st)  Hoopskirt breezed five furlongs in 1:02.4 over the weekend at Belmont.

(March 29th)  Evening Survivor will be shipping back to the training center in Ocala, FL this weekend and will resume training next week.

(March 29th)  Hoosier Hero is scheduled to breeze tomorrow morning.  Partners interested in attending the breeze should log-on to their partner page for more information.

(March 28th)  Coosada is 6-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Gulfstream Park.

(March 26th)  Coosada will make his next start on Friday, March 29th in the 7th race at Gulfstream Park.  Zayas will be aboard for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position # 8 in an eight horse field.  Post time is 4:05 PM (EST).

(March 26th)  K-1 tax statements were mailed yesterday for Evening Survivor and Grand Encounter.  Partners should check their partner pages for additional information regarding the K-1's.

(March 25th)  If anyone is interested in ordering a winner's circle photo of Saint of Saints victory at Gulfstream Park, please contact Jim Culver to place your order.  The cost is $25 per photo.  Please place your order no later than the close of business on Tuesday.

(March 25th)  Saint of Saints received a preliminary Beyer of an '86' for his win late last week.

(March 25th)  Coosada breezed five furlongs in 1:01 flat Saturday morning at Gulfstream Park.  It was the 5th fastest of 32 breezes at that distance.

(March 25th)  Truly Devoted breezed five furlongs in 1:03 flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(March 25th)  East Coast Express breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(March 25th)  Carrot Thief breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(March 22nd)  Saint of Saints overcame a very troubled trip to easily win his race at Gulfstream Park yesterday afternoon.  He was bumped hard at the start, pinched and checked at least three times during the race, and clipped heels at the end of the second turn, almost falling, and still rallied down the stretch to win by two lengths.  Congrats to our partners, trainer and his staff for a job well done.

(March 22nd)  Quarterly maintenance invoices for the second quarter of 2013 were mailed yesterday.  Partners on Senior Statesman, East Coast Express, Deal Me In and Evening Survivor should log-on to their partner page for additional information.

(March 21st)  Hoosier Hero breezed three furlongs in 38.1 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.  It was the 2nd fastest of six breezes at that distance.

(March 20th)  Saint of Saints is considered a bit of a long-shot for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 8-1.

(March 19th)  K-1 tax statements were mailed yesterday for Witch Way North, Saint of Saints, Can't Prove It and Hoosier Hero.  Partners should check their partner pages for additional information regarding the K-1's.

(March 18th)  Star of New York breezed four furlongs in 48.1 seconds over the weekend at Belmont Park.

(March 18th)  Truly Devoted breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds over the weekend at Belmont Park.

(March 18th)  Coosada breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds over the weekend at Gulfstream Park.

(March 18th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start in the 9th race at Gulfstream Park on Thursday, March 21st.  Rosario will be aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #5 in a field of 12 horses.  Post time is 5:05 PM (EST).

(March 15th)  Witch Way North finished 2nd in her race yesterday at Gulfstream Park.  She stalked the pace in 4th place through the first turn and down the backstretch.  Just before the final turn she accelerated through a hole that opened up and assumed the lead.  She held the lead around the turn and down the stretch but was caught by the favorite just before the wire.

(March 15th)  East Coast Express and Carrot Thief breezed together at Belmont yesterday morning.  They went four furlongs in 51.2 seconds.

(March 14th)  Saint of Saints fired the bullet work at four furlongs yesterday morning at Gulfstream Park.  He blazed the four panels on the dirt in 46.4 seconds.  It was the fastest breeze of the day out of 21 breezes at that distance.  The next fastest breeze was 48.15 seconds.

(March 14th)  We have uploaded a short video of Hoosier Hero taken this past weekend during a partner visit to the Lexington Training Center in Kentucky.  He is doing very well and enjoys the morning sessions.  The videos can be viewed by clicking on the YouTube logo in the lower right corner of our website homepage.

(March 13th)  Witch Way North is the 6th choice for her race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 6-1.

(March 13th)  We have uploaded two short videos of Broadway Dream taken a couple days ago when we visited her training center in South Carolina.  One video is of her galloping in company.  The other video is of her walking the shedrow after her workout.  The videos can be viewed by clicking on the YouTube logo in the lower right corner of our website homepage.

(March 13th)  K-1 tax statements were mailed yesterday for East Coast Express.  Partners should check their partner page for additional information.

(March 12th)  K-1 tax documents have been mailed for Deal Me In, American Hero, and Broadway Dream.  Others will be mailed as soon as we receive them from our accountants.  Once mailed, we will post that they have been mailed on this page.

(March 11th)  Witch Way North will make her next start on Thursday, March 14th in the 10th race at Gulfstream Park.  Joel Rosario will be the pilot for the 8 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #11 in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 5:35 PM (EST).

(March 11th)  Coosada breezed four furlongs in 48.4 seconds yesterday morning at Gulfstream Park.

(March 8th)  K-1 tax documents were mailed yesterday for Motion To Dismiss, Carrot Thief, Prizemm, Abandon Caution, Senior Statesman and Bell Notes.  Others will be mailed as soon as we receive them from our accountants.  Once mailed, we will post that they have been mailed on this page.

(March 7th)  Partners on Deal Me In should log-on to their partner page for an important update.

(March 7th)  Hoosier Hero has been doing very well in his training and should be back to breezing before the end of this month.  We expect to see him race for the first time sometime late next month.

(March 5th)  Civis Romanus returned to training yesterday after a short lay-up.

(March 5th)  All the horses that raced this past weekend came out of their respective races in good shape.

(March 4th)  East Coast Express breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(March 4th)  Saint of Saints finished 4th in his race at Gulfstream Park Saturday.  He ran in 4th most of the race and had no where to go in the stretch run as he was boxed in right behind the winner with no outlet.  The winner beat him by a little over a length.

(March 4th)  Bell Notes first race did not go as planned.  She ended up being scratched from the race during the post parade when she rared-up, dumped the jockey, and took off running. 

(March 4th)  Star of New York finished 6th in his race yesterday.  He ran well more most of the race, but did not have enough left to be competitive in the stretch run.

(March 4th)  Hoopskirt finished off the board in her race yesterday.  She ran well until the top of the stretch and then tired.

(March 1st)  Saint of Saints is the co-4th choice for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 6-1.

(March 1st)  Bell Notes will make her debut on Sunday, March 3rd in 9th race at Aqueduct.  Laredo will be in the irons for the 5 and 1/2 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #11 in a field of thirteen horses.  Post time is 4:52 PM (EST).

(March 1st)  Hoopskirt will make her next start on Sunday, March 3rd in 7th race at Aqueduct.  Channing Hill will be in the saddle for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #9 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 3:52 PM (EST).

(March 1st)  Star Of New York will make his next start on Sunday, March 3rd in 2nd race at Aqueduct.  Channing Hill will be in the saddle for the one mile seventy yard route on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of six horses.  Post time is 1:22 PM (EST).

(February 28th)  We plan to enter Hoopskirt, Star of New York and Bell Notes this afernoon for races at Aqueduct on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if they will be racing.

(February 28th)  Saint of Saints will make his turf debut on Saturday, March 2nd in the 6th race at Gulfstream Park.  Lanerie will be in the irons for the one mile route on the grass.  They break from post position #8 in a full field of twelve horses.  Post time is 3:35 PM (EST).

(February 27th)  We are tentatively planning to enter Saint of Saints this afternoon for a race at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(February 27th)  Truly Devoted breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 yesterday morning at Belmont.

(February 26th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs on the turf, with the dogs up, in 1:01 flat yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.  It was the 2nd fastest of 40 breezes at that distance.

(February 26th)  Star of New York breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds at Belmont yesterday morning. 

(February 26th)  K-1 Tax Statements for 2012 are still being prepared by our accountants.  Once we receive them, we will have them mailed out immediately and we will post a notice here stating that they have been mailed.  We think they will be ready sometime during the first week of March.

(February 25th)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs in 38.1 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(February 25th)  Bell Notes breezed four furlongs over the weekend at Belmont in 52.1 seconds.

(February 25th)  Witch Way North finished 4th in her race Saturday.  She broke sharp from the outside post and sat first-over in a stalking position.  She fought hard down the stretch to hold off the challengers, but a couple horses managed to get by her.  The winner beat her by about four lengths.

(February 25th)  Carrot Thief finished 5th in her race yesterday.  She broke sharply and was pulled back to try and rate her towards the back of the field.  The new jockey took her back way too far and she was not able to make up the great distance by which she trailed.

(February 25th)  Coosada finished 6th in his race yesterday.  He ran back in last the whole race and blew the turn.  He made up a lot of ground down the stretch and only finished about three lengths behind the winner.

(February 22nd)  Witch Way North is a bit of a long-shot tomorrow for her race with morning-line odds of 8-1.

(February 22nd)  Coosada will make his next start on Sunday, February 24th in the 5th race at Gulfstream Park.  Sanchez will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 2:37 PM (EST).

(February 22nd)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Sunday, February 24th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  J. Ortiz will be aboard for the one mile route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #3 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 12:30 PM (EST).

(February 21st)  We plan to enter Carrot Thief this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(February 20th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs on the turf, with the dogs up,  in 1:01.1 yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.  It was the 10th fastest of 24 breezes at that distance.

(February 20th)  Truly Devoted breezed four furlongs in 48.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 3rd fastest of 30 breezes at that distance.

(February 20th)  Star of New York breezed four furlongs in 49.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 17th fastest of 30 breezes at that distance.

(February 19th)  Hoosier Hero returned to training yesterday after a short lay-off.

(February 19th)  Witch Way North will make her next start on Saturday, February 23rd in the 2nd race at Gulfstream Park.  Lanerie will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #9 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is at 1:13 PM (EST).

(February 18th)  Witch Way North breezed five furlongs on the turf, with the dogs up, in 1:05.3 yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.  It was the 11th fastest breeze out of 24 breezes at that distance. 

(February 18th)  We are pleased to announce the addition of Hoopskirt to our stable.  The 5YO Birdstone mare was purchased a few days ago.  She will be stabled st Belmont and will run on the NY racing circuit.

(February 18th)  Cooasada breezed five furlongs in 1:01 flat yesterday morning at Gulfstream Park.  It was the 5th fastest of 32 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze ws 1:00.72.

(February 15th)  Tazered was claimed out of his race today and leaves us with five wins in twenty-two lifetime starts and over $150,000 in earnings.  We wish him and his new connections nothing but the very best.

(February 14th)  Partners of Carrot Thief should read their partner page for an important update.

(February 13th)  The race for Carrot Thief was not used by the racing office. 

(February 13th)  We plan to enter Carrot Thief today for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(February 13th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs on the turf (with the dogs up) yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.  He went the distance in 50.2 seconds.  It was the 5th fastest of 27 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 50.18 seconds.

(February 13th)  Tazered will make his next start on Friday, February 15th in the first race at Aqueduct.  Channing Hill will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #8 in a nine horse field.  Post time is 12:30 PM (EST).

(February 12th)  Witch Way North breezed five furlongs on the turf with the dogs up, at Palm Meadows yesterday morning.  Her time was 1:05.3.

(February 11th)  Coosada breezed four furlongs in 47.3 seconds over the weekend at Gulfstream Park.

(February 8th)  Update 1:45 PM:  Racing at Aqueduct was cancelled for tomorrow, so neither Star of New York nor Carrot Thief will be racing.

(February 8th)  Bell Notes is now sold out.

(February 8th)  Bell Notes breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 49 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 14th fastest breeze out of forty (40) breezes at that distance.

(February 8th)  There is a possibility that racing gets cancelled tomorrow at Aqueduct as a severe winter storm is expected to dump some serious snow in the area today through tomorrow morning.  Both Carrot Thief and Star of New York are scheduled to race at Aqueduct tomorrow if racing is not cancelled.

(February 7th)  American Hero is now sold out.

(February 7th)  Broadway Dream is now sold out. 

(February 7th)  Winner's circle photographs for Tazered's recent win were mailed yesterday to everyone who placed an order.

(February 7th)  Winner's circle photographs for Can't Prove It's recent win were mailed yesterday to everyone who placed an order.

(February 7th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Saturday, February 9th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Apprentice rider Robbie Davis will be aboard for the one mile and seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #4 in a field of nine entries.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(February 7th)  The race for Saint of Saints was not used by the racing office.  We will have to look for another spot for him.

(February 7th)  Star of New York will make his comeback on Saturday, February 9th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Channing Hill will be aboard for the one mile seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #1 in a field of nine entries.  Post time is 12:30 PM (EST).

(February 6th)  We did not enter Tazered today for the race on Saturday as planned, as the forecast is for an off-track and he does not like a muddy or sloppy surface.  Instead, we will look for another spot for him.

(February 6th)  We plan to enter Tazered, Carrot Thief and Star of New York this afternoon for races at Aqueduct on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if they will be racing.

(February 6th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs on the dirt at Palm Meadows in 1:00 flat yesterday morning.  He received the bullet, as it was the fastest breeze of the day.  We plan to enter him this afternoon for a race at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(February 6th)  Truly Devoted breezed three furlongs in 36.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 2nd fastest of 14 breezes at that distance.

(February 4th)  Coosada breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat at Gulfstream Park yesterday morning.

(February 4th)  Star of New York breezed five furlongs in 1:04 flat Saturday morning at Belmont.  He is being pointed to a race this coming weekend at Aqueduct.

(February 1st)  Tazered came out of his winning effort in good shape.

(January 31st)  Our accountants are in the process of preparing tax returns and tax documents for each of our horses.  Partners K-1 documents will be mailed as soon as they have been completed.  We expect everything to be completed within a few weeks.  We will post an update once they have been mailed.

(January 30th)  Anyone interested in ordering a winner's circle photo for either Tazered's win at Aqueduct or Can't Prove It's win at Oaklawn should contact us to place an order.  The cost is $25.00 each.  You can email us at to place your order.

(January 30th)  Witch Way North breezed five furlongs on the turf at Palm Meadows (with the dogs up) yesterday morning in 1:05.4.

(January 29th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs on the turf (with the dogs up) at Palm Meadows yesterday morning in 49.3 seconds.

(January 29th)  Truly Devoted breezed five furlongs in 1:01.3 at Belmont yesterday morning.

(January 29th)  Bell Notes brezed four furlongs at Belmont yesterday morning in 51.1 seconds.

(January 29th)  Deal Me In has shipped to the Thoroughbred Training Center in Lexington where he will continue with his training.  He went to the track yesterday and jogged in company with two other horses.

(January 28th)  Click on the link that follows to view a video of Tazered's victory Saturday.  The video is set to music and includes some special effects.  It was created by one of our Face Book supporters.  Enjoy.  https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10200285463888755&set=p.10200285463888755&type=2&theater

(January 28th)  Tazered went wire to wire to easily win his race at Aqueduct Saturday.  He broke a step slow but was rushed up to take the lead on the rail.  He sat on cruise control until the top of the stretch when he was asked for a little more run.  Channing Hill took him home to win by almost three lengths.  It was an impressive victory.  With that win, Tazered now has 5 wins and over $155,000 in earnings.  Congrats to trainer Patrick Quick and his staff for a job well done.

(January 28th)  Can't Prove It won his race at Oaklawn Park Saturday.  He broke well but settled in 7th, about ten lengths behind the leaders.  By the middle of the turn, he fanned five-wide to start gaining ground on the leaders.  He took over the lead at the 1/8th pole and never looked back, cruising to a three length victory.  It was another game effort by Can't Prove It.  Congrats to trainer Dale Romans and his staff for a job well done.

(January 25th)  East Coast Express arrived safely at Belmont this morning after a 24 hour truck ride from Ocala, FL.  She arrived to a very cold climate and will be given a couple days to adjust to her new environment before she returns to the track.

(January 24th)  Can't Prove It came out of his recent effort in very good shape and will make his next start on Saturday, January 26th in the 4th race at Oaklawn Park.  Homeister will be the rider and "stretching" out for the 6 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of 10 horses.  Post time is 2:38 PM (CST) which is 3:38 PM (EST).

(January 24th)  Quarterly Purse Disbursement Checks have beem mailed, for purses earned in the 4th quarter of 2012, to all partners in good standing.  See partner pages for each horse you own for further information.

(January 24th)  American Hero, our Repent colt, is approaching being sold out.  If you have an interest in him, please act now before you get closed out.  Only five shares remain available for sale.

(January 23rd)  Broadway Dream, our Mineshaft filly, is approaching being sold out.  If you have an interest in her, please act now before you get closed out.  Less than ten shares remain available for sale.

(January 23rd)  Tazered will make his next start on Saturday, January 26th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Channing Hill will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #1 in a field of ten.  Post time is 4:18 PM (EST).

(January 22nd)  Witch Way North breezed five furlongs on the turf with the dogs up yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.  She breezed the five panels in 1:04 flat.

(January 22nd)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs over the weekend in Ocala, FL in a time of 39 seconds flat.

(January 21st)  Can't Prove It finished a game 2nd in his race on Saturday.  Half-way through the turn, he had fallen to dead-last (12th).  He made a nice run five-wide on the remainder of the turn and down the stretch and looked like he nailed the leader in his final step, but when the photo came up, he lost by an inch.  It was a great effort.

(January 21st)  Civis Romanus breezed four furlongs in 51.4 seconds over the weekend in Lexington, KY.

(January 21st)  Star of New York breezed five furlongs in 1:02.3 over the weekend at Belmont.

(Janiary 21st)  Tazered breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat over the weekend at Belmont.

(January 21st)  Carrot Thief breezed five furlongs in 1:04.4 over the weekend at Belmont.

(January 18th)  The race for Witch Way North was not used by the racing office and it was not written back as an extra, so we'll have to find another spot for her.

(January 18th)  We plan to enter Witch Way North this afternoon for a race at Gulfstream Park on Monday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(January 18th)  Can't Prove It will make his next start on Saturday, January 19th in the 1st race at Oaklawn Park.  Homeister will be the rider for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #11 in a full field of 12 horses.  Post time is 1:05 PM (CST) which is 2:05 PM (EST).

(January 15th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs on the turf at Palm Meadows with the dogs up yesterday morning.  She completed the four panels in 55 seconds flat.

(January 14th)  We have uploaded videos showing both Civis Romanus and Hoosier Hero breezing a few days ago.  From our home page, click on the YouTube symbol in the lower right and it will take you directly to the two videos.

(January 14th)  East Coast Express breezed three furlongs in 39.1 seconds over the weekend in Ocala, FL.

(January 14th)  Star of New York breezed five furlongs in 1:02 over the weekend at Belmont.  The breeze was not published.

(January 14th)  Truly Devoted breezed four furlongs in 48.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(January 10th)  Hoosier Hero breezed four furlongs in company in 48 seconds flat yesterday morning in Lexington, KY. 

(January 10th)  Civis Romanus had his first three furlong breeze yesterday in Lexington, KY, going the distance in 37.2 seconds.  He went in company and did it nice and easy as it was hiis first breeze beyond two furlongs.

(January 10th)  Can't Prove It breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat yesterday morning at Oaklawn Park.

(January 10th)  Bell Notes breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont.

(January 9th)  The race for Saint of Saints did not go and they did not write it back as an extra, so we'll have to look for another spot for him.

(January 8th)  Both Hoosier Hero and Civis Romanus are scheduled to breeze tomorrow morning in Lexington, KY - weather and track conditions permitting.

(January 8th)  Carrot Thief came out of her race in great shape.

(January 7th)  East Coast Express had a two-minute lick over the weekend and demonstrated that she is ready to move forward with breezing.

(January 7th)  Star of New York breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(January 7th)  Truly Devoted breezed three furlongs in 38.4 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(January 7th)  Carrot Thief finished 6th in her race yesterday.  She stayed closer to the pace than usual, but had nothing down the stretch.

(January 7th)  We enterd Saint of Saints today for a race at Gulfstream Park on Friday, but the race was not used by the racing office.  They did write it back for Saturday, so we do plan to enter him on Wednesday afternoon for that race.

(January 4th)  We plan to enter Saint of Saints on Sunday for a race at Gulfstream Park on Friday, January 11th.  Check back late Sunday afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(January 3rd)  The race for Can't Prove It was not used by the racing office due to a lack of entries.  They did not write it back as an extra, so we will have to look for another spot for him.

(January 3rd)  We plan to enter Can't Prove It today for a race on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(January 2nd)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Sunday, January 6th in the 5th race at Aqueduct.  Studart will be back aboard for the six furlong sprint on the inner track.  They break from post position #3 in a seven horse field.  Post time is 2:22 PM (EST).

(December 31st)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 1:01.4 this morning at Palm Meadows.  It was the 9th fastest of 28 breezes at that distance.  We are pointing him towards a race on January 11th at Gulfstream Park.

(December 31st)  Bell Notes breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 50.1 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(December 31st)  Star of New York breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds flat at Belmont over the weekend.

(December 31st)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs in 1:00 flat over the weekend at Gulfstream Park.  It was the 2nd fastest of twenty-six breezes at that distance.

(December 31st)  Carrot Thief came out of her race in great shape.

(December 31st)  Hoosier Hero breezed five furlongs in 1:01.3 from the starting gate in company in Lexington, KY over the weekend.  It was the 2nd fastest of eight breezes at that distance.  He did receive his starting gate card for his effort.

(December 31st)  Civis Romanus breezed two furlongs in 25.2 seconds over the weekend in Lexington, KY.

(December 31st)  Tazered ran in third for most of his race, stalking the co-leaders by a length on the outside, but the wide trip cost him as he faded some down the stretch and finished off the board.

(December 28th)  Tazered will make his next start on Sunday, December 30th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Channing Hill will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #7 of nine.  Post time is 12:30 PM (EST).  He is the third choice with morning-line odds of 4-1.

(December 28th)  After her victory last time out, Carrot Thief faced winners for the first time yesterday and finished a respectable 5th.  She only missed getting second place by about two lengths.  It was a good effort by "The Thief".

(December 26th)  Carrot Thief will face winners for the first time tomorrow and is considered a long-shot at odds of 15-1.

(December 26th)  Tazered breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat on Christmas Eve.  We plan to enter him tomorrow for a race at Aqueduct on Sunday.

(December 24th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Thursday, December 27th in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Ortiz will be the jockey for the one mile and seventy yard route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #2 in a field of 8.  Post time is 12:30 PM (EST).

(December 24th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed three furlongs in 36.3 seconds Saturday morning at Gulfstream Park as he prepares for his next start.

(December 24th)  Witch Way North broke a step slow and found herself chasing the pace going three-wide on both turns.  She finished 6th about six lengths behind the winner.

(December 21st)  The race for Saint of Saints was once again not used.  They did not write it back as extra, so we will have to wait for another spot to come along for him.

(December 21st)  Carrot Thief breezed three furlongs in 38.1 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(December 21st)  Witch Way North will make her next start on Sunday, December 23rd in the 3rd race at Gulfstream Park.  Lanerie will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #8 in a field of eight.  Post time is 1:41 PM (EST).

(December 20th)  We entered Saint of Saints today for a race at Gulfstream Park on Sunday, but once again the race was not used.  They did write the race back again as an extra for Wednesday, so we do plan to enter him again tomorrow for that race.

(December 20th)  Tazered breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flat yesterday morning at Belmont Park.  We are pointing him to a race at Aqueduct on December 30th.

(December 19th)  We entered Saint of Saints today for a race at Gulfstream Park on Saturday, but the race was not used due to a lack of entries.  They did write the race back as an extra for Sunday, so we will likely enter him again tomorrow afternoon for that race.

(December 18th)  Both Saint of Saints and Witch Way North are doing well after arriving in Florida last week.  Hopefully, if they adjust well to their change in environment, we will be seeing them both race again very soon.

(December 17th)  Hoosier Hero fired the bullet breeze, going five furlongs in 1:01.4 from the starting gate in company over the weekend in Lexington.  It was the fastest breeze of the day at that distance.

(December 17th)  Civis Romanus had his first breeze, going two furlongs in 25.1 seconds Friday in Lexington.  He was well within himself and made it look easy.

(December 12th)  Can't Prove It breezed four furlongs in 47.2 seconds at Churchill Downs yesterday morning.

(December 11th)  Both Broadway Dream and American Hero have completed their breaking training and both are progressing nicely in their track training.  Although it is early in the training process, both are doing exceptionally well.

(December 10th)  Hoosier Hero missed his breeze over the weekend due to poor track conditions.  He will likely not breeze now until late this week, as rain is expected daily until the end of the week.

(December 10th)  Winner's Circle photo's of Carrot Thief's victory last week have been mailed. 

(December 4th)  Carrot Thief came out of her winning effort in great shape.

(December 4th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs on the dirt at Belmont in 48.1 seconds.  It was the 12th fastest of 45 breezes at that distance.

(December 4th)  Tazered came out of his 3rd place effort in good shape.

(December 4th)  Reserve Currency and Senior Statesman have returned to Belmont after some time off.  Both will resume training shortly.

(December 3rd)  Carrot Thief won the 6th race at Aqueduct yesterday.  In a very exciting race, Carrot Thief sat on the rail in 7th place, in a 12 horse field.  She was asked for some run at the end of the turn and came off the rail to weave her way through two holes and some heavy traffic to take the lead mid-stretch.  Carrot Thief dug-in down the stretch and was not to be denied the victory.  She won by almost two lengths at odds of 10-1.  Congrats to our trainer, jockey and partners on a job well done.

(December 3rd)  Tazered ran a solid race Saturday at Aqueduct, finishing 3rd.  He ran in third the whole way and was unable to get by the two leaders before the finish.  The winner beat him by about 1 1/2  lengths.  It was a very good effort by Tazered.

(December 3rd)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 at Churchill Downs over the weekend.

(November 30th)  Hoosier Hero had the bullet work yesterday morning in Lexington.  He went five furlongs in 1:02.2.  It was the fastest breeze of the day at that distance.

(November 30th)  Tazered is 6-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Aqueduct.

(November 30th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Sunday, December 2nd in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Studart will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a field of eleven horses.  Post time is 2:50 PM (EST).

(November 29th)  Tazered will make his next start on Saturday, December 1st in the 1st race at Aqueduct.  Channing Hill will be up for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of nine horses.  Post time is 12:30 PM (EST).

(November 28th)  Tazered will be scratched from his race today as the race was taken off the turf and the track is listed as muddy.

(November 27th)  Bell Notes breezed five furlongs in 1:03.2 at Belmont yesterday morning.

(November 26th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs on the dirt training track at Belmont in 47.2 seconds yesterday morning.  It was the 3rd fastest of 53 breezes at that distance.

(November 26th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs on the dirt training track at Belmont in 48.3 seconds yesterday morning.  It was the 10th fastest of 53 breezes at that distance.

(November 26th)  Tazered will make his next start on Wednesday, November 28th in the first race at Aqueduct.  Studart will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #12 in a full field of twelve horses.  Post time is 12:20 PM (EST).

(November 26th)  Tazered breezed three furlongs in 38 seconds flay at Belmont Saturday morning.

(November 21st)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 yesterday morning at Churchill Downs. 

(November 19th)  Hoosier Hero breezed five furlongs in 1:03.4 over the weekend in Lexington, KY.

(November 19th)  Bell Notes breezed five furlongs in 1:03.2 over the weekend at Belmont.

(November 15th)  Hoosier Hero is scheduled to breeze tomorrow morning in Lexington, KY.  See partner page for more information.

(November 15th)  Truly Devoted failed to hit the board in her race yesterday at Aqueduct. 

(November 14th)  American Hero is progressing quickly in his breaking training and seems to be doing everything right.  We are very pleased with his progress and we look forward to seeing him at the track in 2013.

(November 13th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(November 13th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 50 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(November 13th)  Truly Devoted will make her next start on Wednesday, November 14th in the first race at Aqueduct.  Pablo Morales will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a field of eleven fillies.  Post time is 12:20 PM (EST).

(November 12th)  Carrot Thief finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct on Friday.  It was a good effort, but she was a bit tired down the stretch.  The quick turnaround since her last race and the extra distance probably did not help her any.  She came out of the race in good shape.

(November 12th)  Truly Devoted breezed four furlongs in 51.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(November 8th)  Aqueduct cancelled racing for today due to the snow and wind from the Nor'easter that hit the area late yesterday and overnight.  Thus, Truly Devoted will not be racing today.

(November 8th)  Hoosier Hero is scheduled to breeze on Saturday morning, track and weather conditions permitting.  He is scheduled to breeze five furlongs.

(November 8th)  Carrot Thief is 4-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Aqueduct.  She is the second choice.

(November 8th)  Can't Prove It finished 3rd in his race yesterday.  The outside post position came back to haunt him as he was forced to go five-wide on the turn.  He tired down the stretch and finished about three lengths behind the winner. 

(November 7th)  The race today for Can't Prove It had four scratches, so Can't Prove It managed to draw into the field.  He will be racing today in the 10th race at Churchill Downs.

(November 7th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Friday, November 9th in the 5th race at Aqueduct.  Studart retains the mount for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a field of nine fillies.  Post time is 2:16 PM (EST).

(November 6th)  Truly Devoted will make her next start on Thursday, November 8th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Pablo Morales will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of nine fillies.  Post time is 2:45 PM (EST).

(November 6th)  Can't Prove It is the 2nd choice in his race tomorrow at Churchill Downs with morning-line odds of 3-1.  Because he is deep on the also eligible list, we will need to have several scratches in order to draw into the race.

(November 5th)  Mucho Macho Man ran the race of his life Saturday, finishing a very close 2nd in America's richest race - the $5,000,000 Breeder's Cup Classic.  He and the winner hooked up at the top of the stretch for a two-horse exciting duel down the stretch.  Mucho Macho Man fought hard, but lost to the winner by a neck.  It was a long way back to the third place finisher.  With the 2nd place finish, Mucho Macho Man pushed his lifetime earnings to just over $2.35 million.  He received a preliminary Beyer figure of a '117'.  Congrats to our partners and all the connections on a job well done.

(November 5th)  Can't Prove It is scheduled to make his next start on Wednesday, November 7th in the 10th race at Churchill Downs.  Lanerie will be up for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They drew post position #16 in a field of twelve with four also eligible's.  Post time is 5:03 PM local time.  Because the race overfilled, we will need to have four scratches occur in order to draw into the body of the race.  While four scratches is not impossible, it is very unlikely.  Odds are that Can't Prove It will likely be scratched, but we won't know for sure until about an hour before the first race.

(November 5th)  Bell Notes breezed five furlongs in 1:03 flat over the weekend at Belmont.

(November 5th)  Truly Devoted breezed five furlongs in 1:00.3 over the weekend at Belmont.  It was the 2nd fastest of ten breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 1:00.2.

(November 5th)  Carrot Thief finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct Saturday.  She sat closer to the pace than usual and looked to be beautifully placed as they hit the top of the stretch, but was just unable to catch the top three before the wire.  It was another good effort from 'The Thief'.

(November 2nd)  Carrot Thief is 6-1 on the morning-line for her race at Aqueduct tomorrow.

(November 2nd)  Deal Me In began his breaking training this past week and is off to a great start.  So far, we are liking what we see.

(November 2nd)  Broadway Dream has already completed her breaking training and has progressed into her track training.  She is jogging a mile every morning in company and is doing very well.  She is a very smart filly who does everything we ask with ease.

(November 2nd)  Hoosier Hero breezed four furlongs for the first time yesterday in Lexington.  He went the distance on a muddy track in 52.2 seconds.  He went nice and easy and galloped out very strong for another four furlongs.

(November 1st)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Saturday, November 3rd in the 8th race at Aqueduct.  Studart will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a full field of 14 horses.  Post time is 4:27 PM (EST).

(October 31st)  We plan to enter Carrot Thief this afternoon for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(October 31st)  Motion To Dismiss will make her next start on Friday, November 2nd in the 3rd race at Churchill Downs.  Greta Kuntzweiler will be aboard for the 6.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of 16.  Post time is 1:37 PM (EST).

(October 30th)  Mucho Macho Man drew post position #11 in a 12 horse field for the $5,000,000 Breeders' Cup Classic at Santa Anita Park on Saturday, November 3rd.  It is the 12th race on the card.  MMM is listed as 8-1 on the morning-line.  Mike Smith will be back aboard for the ride.

(October 29th)  Carrot Thief breezed four furlongs in 51.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  We plan to enter her Wednesday for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday.

(October 29th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in 51.4 seconds over the weekend in Lexington, KY.  We plan to enter her Tuesday for a race at Churchill Downs on Friday.

(October 29th)  Mucho Mach Man had his final breeze in preparation for the Grade I $5,000,000 Breeders' Cup Classic, going four panels at Belmont over the weekend in 48.1 seconds.  He will be shipped to Santa Anita tomorrow for his race on Saturday.

(October 29th)  Witch Way North finished 4th in her race at Belmont.  She shot to the lead out of the gate and held the lead to the top of the stretch.  A horse passed her on the outside and she was fighting back on the rail, looking like she might get back up for the win when the lead horse pinched her against the rail and the jockey was forced to check her hard just before the finish line.  It was an unfortunate break that cost her any chance for the win.  However, it was a great effort by Witch Way North and we look forward to her next start.

(October 25th)  Tazered will make his next start on Saturday, October 27th in the 6th race at Belmont.  Studart will be the new driver for the six furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #4 in a full field of twelve horses.  Post time is 3:30 PM (EST).

(October 25th)  Mucho Macho Man has been pre-entered into the Breeders' Cup Classic on November 3rd at Santa Anita.  A total of fourteen horses have been pre-entered.

(October 25th)  Witch Way North is the 3rd choice in her race at Belmont tomorrow with morning-line odds of 9-2.

(October 25th)  Star of New York finished off the board in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He was never really in the race and finished a well-beaten 9th.

(October 25th)  The race for Carrot Thief was not used and they did not write it back for Sunday.  Thus, we are now pointing her towards a race at Aqueduct on Saturday, November 3rd.

(October 24th)  We plan to enter Carrot Thief this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(October 24th)  Star of New York is 10-1 on the morning-line for his race today at Belmont.

(October 23rd)  Witch Way North will make her next start on Friday, October 26th in the 7th race at Belmont.  Joel Rosario will be the pilot for the seven furlong turf sprint.  They break from post position #6 in an eleven horse field.  Post time is 4:02 PM (EST).

(October 22nd)  Star of New York will make his next start on Wednesday, October 24th in the 7th race at Belmont.  Cornelio Velasquez will be aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in a full field of thirteen horses.  Post time is 4:02 PM (EST).

(October 22nd)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs in 59.2 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  He will likely have one more breeze this coming weekend before he ships to California for his final preparations for the Breeders' Cup Classic.

(October 22nd)  Saint of Saints ran an even race and finished 6th yesterday at Belmont.  Partners should read the partner page for additional information.

(October 19th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Sunday, October 21st in the 6th race at Belmont.  Rajiv Maragh will be the pilot for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a fied of ten horses.  Post time is 3:30 PM (EST).

(October 19th)  Both Can't Prove It and Tazered came out of their races in great shape.

(October 18th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs on the dirt at Belmont in 48.3 seconds.

(October 18th)  Can't Prove It had a very good start and was cruising along during his race yesterday when he was pinched against the rail and clipped heels with another horse, causing him to stumble badly and almost fall down.  It was scarey.  He fell back about ten lengths because of the stumble and ran in 9th place most of the rest of the race.  He made a move down the stretch, making up several lengths, and managed to get up for fifth place.  It was a most unfortunate accident, but we are very thankful that he is doing well.

(October 18th)  Tazered took the lead in his race yesterday right out of the gate and hooked up in a speed dual with another horse, establishing torrid fractions.  By the top of the stretch, Tazered was cooked and faded to finish off the board.

(October 17th)  Hoosier Hero breezed three furlongs in 40.3 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.

(October 16th)  Can't Prove It is the morning-line favorite for his race at Keeneland tomorrow at odds of 3-1.

(October 16th)  Tazered is the 2nd choice in his race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 9-2.

(October 15th)  Bell Notes and Carrot Thief breezed four furlongs together at Belmont over the weekend.  They hit the wire together in 49.4 seconds.

(October 15th)  Evening Survivor breezed three furlongs from the starting gate in company in 37 seconds flat at Calder over the weekend.  It was the 2nd fastest of seven breezes at that distance.

(October 15th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed six furlongs in 1:13.2 at Belmont over the weekend.  He is preparing for the Breeder's Cup Classic.

(October 15th)  Can't Prove It will make his next start in the 1st race at Keeneland on Wednesday, October 17th.  Lanerie will be up for the six furlong sprint on the all-weather track.  They break from post position #1 in a full field of twelve horses.  Post time is 1:05 PM (EST).

(October 15th)  Tazered will make his next start in the 6th race at Belmont on Wednesday, October 17th.  Ortiz, Jr. will be aboard for the six furlong turf sprint.  They break from post position #1 in a full field of twelve horses.  Post time is 3:30 PM (EST).

(October 15th)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:01.4 over the weekend at Churchill Downs.  It was the 5th fastest of forty-nine breezes at that distance.

(October 15th)  Star of New York finished 5th in his race at Belmont on Friday.  He ran in 4th most of the race, just a few lengths back, but had nothing in the stretch.

(October 11th)  Tazered will be scratched from his race this afternoon, as the race came off the turf due to rain received over the past few days.  We plan to re-enter him tomorrow for another turf race on Wednesday of next week.

(October 11th)  Star of New York is 5-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Belmont Park.

(October 10th)  Star of New York will make his next start on Friday, October 12th in the first race at Belmont.  Cornelio Velasquez will be in the irons for the 8.5 furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #5.  Post time is 12:50 PM (EST).

(October 10th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(October 10th)  Tazered is 12-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Belmont.

(October 9th)  Tazered will make his next start on Thursday, October 11th in the 9th race at Belmont.  Ortiz Jr. will be back aboard for the six furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in full field of twelve horses.  Post time is 5:06 PM (EST).

(October 8th)  Star Of New York breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 yesterday morning at Belmont.  He galloped out six furlongs in 1:16.4.

(October 8th)  Hoosier Hero breezed three furlongs in 38.0 over the weekend in Lexington, KY.

(October 8th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs in 57.3 over the weekend at Saratoga.

(October 8th)  Can't Prove It breezed four furlongs in 49.4 over the weekend at Churchill Downs.

(October 4th)  Motion To Dismiss finished off the board in her race yesterday.  She ran dead-last, in 10th place,for most of the race, almost twenty lengths behind the leader.  She made a move on the final turn and down the stretch to make up about 13 lengths, but lost by about seven lengths.

(October 3rd)  Bell Notes breezed three furlongs in 37.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 4th fastest of nine breezes at that distance.

(October 3rd)  Motion To Dismiss is considered a long-shot for her race this evening with morning-line odds of 15-1.

(October 2nd)  Mucho Macho Man breezed three furlongs in 34.3 seconds yesterday morning on the training track at Saratoga.

(October 2nd)  Both Carrot Thief and Saint of Saints came out of their respective races in great shape.

(October 1st)  Saint of Saints finished in a three-way photo for the win, but lost by about half a length, finishing third in his race Saturday at Belmont.  He stalked the leaders, sitting in 4th place most of the race - about three lengths back.  He was boxed-in on the rail at the top of the stretch, but quickly found a hole and the race was on.  He was gaining slowly on the two leaders down the stretch but was unable to get by them.  It was a solid effort.

(October 1st)  Carrot Thief finished third in her race yesterday at Belmont.  She sat way back in last place most of the race and then began to make a move half-way through the last turn.  She passed several horses down the stretch and just missed 2nd place by about a foot.  It was another good effort for the consistent Carrot Thief.

(October 1st)  Star of New York breezed six furlongs in 1:17.2 yesterday morning at Belmont.

(October 1st)  Evening Survivor breezed three furlongs in company in 39.2 seconds yesterday morning at Calder.

(September 28th)  Motion To Dismiss will make her next start on Wednesday, October 3rd in the 6th race at Hoosier Park.  Ben Creed will be in the irons for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #8 in a full field of ten horses.  Post time is 7:40 PM local time.

(September 28th)  Carrot Thief is the 3rd choice for her race on Sunday with moring-line odds of 5-1.

(September 28th)  Saint of Saints is the 4th choice for his race tomorrow at morning-line odds of 6-1.

(September 28th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start in the 6th race at Belmont on Sunday, September 30th.  Studart will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #6 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 3:30 PM (EST).

(September 27th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs on the dirt at Belmont yesterday morning in 49 seconds flat.  It was the 4th fastest of 25 breezes at that distance.

(September 27th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Saturday, September 29th in the 3rd race at Belmont Park.  Rajiv Maragh will be the pilot for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #7 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 1:54 PM (EST).

(September 26th)  Truly Devoted fired the bullet breeze yesterday morning at Belmont, going four furlongs in 48 seconds flat.  It was the fastest of thirteen breezes at that distance.

(September 24th)  Bell Notes breezed three furlongs in an easy 38.3 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.

(September 24th)  Star of New York breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 Saturday morning at Belmont.

(September 24th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 1:03.3 Saturday morning at Belmont.

(September 24th)  Motion To Dismiss finished 4th in her race Saturday, losing by only a little over a length in a very tight finish.  She ran most of the race in dead-last, more than twenty lengths behind the leader.  She made a huge move down the stretch to put herself into contention, but ran out of ground before the wire arrived.

(September 24th)  Tazered finished 7th in his race Saturday.  He ran on the lead for most of the race but tired in the last furlong to lose by a little over five lengths.

(September 24th)  Dream Team Racing Stable is the subject of a feature article in The Florida Horse magazine.  The on-line version is available now by clicking on the following link (the article is on pages 30-33):

http://www.ftboa.com/fl-equine-pub/the-florida-horse/2463-florida-horse-september-2012-issue

(September 21st)  Tazered is considered a long-shot for his race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 12-1.

(September 21st)  Motion To Dismiss is considered a long-shot for her race tomorrow in KY with morning-line odds of 12-1.

(September 21st)  Motion To Dismiss will make her next start on Saturday, September 22nd in the 4th race at Turfway Park.  Matt Straight will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the all-weather track.  They break from post position #2 in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 2:40 PM (EST).

(September 20th)  Tazered will make his next start on Saturday, September 22nd in the 4th race at Belmont.  Garcia will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #8 in a nine horse field.  Post time is 2:26 PM (EST).

(September 20th)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:03 flat yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.

(September 18th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 49.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 10th fastest of 27 breezes at that distance.

(September 17th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  It was the 18th fastest of 63 breezes at that distance.

(September 17th)  Star of New York breezed five furlongs in 1:03.3 over the weekend at Belmont.  He was a little bit tired at the end of the breeze and will need another breeze or two before he will be ready to race again.

(September 17th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in 53 seconds flat over the weekend in Lexington.  We are pointing her to a race on Saturday.

(September 17th)  Tazered finished 3rd in his race at Belmont Friday.  He ran in 7th place most of the race, went wide on the turn and made a move down the stretch to get up for the minor prize.  He received an 85 beyer for his effort.

(September 14th)  Evening Survivor arrived safely at Bill White's barn at Calder around 3:00 PM this afternoon.  Bill reports that he is doing very well.

(September 14th)  Evening Survivor has completed his farm training and will be shipped to trainer Bill White at Calder Racecourse today.  He should arrive in Miami late this afternoon.

(September 14th)  Tazered is listed as a long-shot at 10-1 on the morning-line for his race at Belmont this afternoon.

(September 13th)  Can't Prove It had the bullet breeze at Churchill Downs yesterday morning, going five furlongs in 1:00 flat.  It was the fastest of sixteen breezes at that distance.

(September 13th)  Star of New York breezed three furlongs in 37.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 3rd fastest of eight breezes at that distance.

(September 13th)  Evening Survivor breezed three furlongs in 39.1 seconds yesterday morning in Ocala.  He galloped out very strong.

(September 12th)  Carrot Thief came out of her race in great shape.

(September 12th)  Tazered will most likely be scratched from his race today and will likely race on Friday instead.

(September 10th)  We entered Tazered for two races - one on Wednesday and one on Friday, both at Belmont.  He will be scratched from one of the races, but we are not sure yet which race he will be scratched from.  A decision will probably be made tomorrow.

(September 10th)  Carrot Thief finished 3rd in her race at Belmont Saturday, losing by a little over a length.  She ran in 7th place for most of the race, about ten lengths back, before she started to pick it up.  She closed nicely, but was just short of snatching the win.

(September 10th)  Truly Devoted breezed four furlongs in 48.4 seconds at Belmont over the weekend.  It was the 15th fastest of 60 breezes at that distance.

(September 7th)  Carrot Thief is the luke-warm third choice for her race tomorrow at Belmont with morning-line odds of 5-1.

(September 6th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Saturday, September 8th (Opening Day) in the 2nd race at Belmont Park.  Maylan Studardt retains the mount for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #10 in an eleven horse field.  Post time is 1:22 PM (EST).

(September 5th)  Evening Survivor breezed three furlongs in 39.3 seconds in Ocala, Florida over the weekend.

(September 4th)  Tazered breezed three furlongs in 47.1 seconds yesterday in Saratoga.  It was the 2nd fastest of 32 breezes at that distance.

(September 4th)  Mucho Macho Man finished 2nd by a neck in the Grade I Woodward Stakes at Saratoga.  He was pinned on the rail in 3rd and 4th place for most of the long race.  He finally made a hole at the top of the stretch, but had some work to do to catch the leaders.  He blew by a few horses and quickly headed the leader.  They battled eye-to-eye through the last furlong as the jockey on the other horse slowly drifted out down the stretch to try and irritate Mucho Macho Man.  The tactic worked and Mucho Macho Man was beaten by a neck.

(September 4th)  Motion To Dismiss ran in next to last, about 12 lengths behind the leaders and managed a mild rally on the final turn and down the stretch to pick up 5th place in her race yesterday.  She was closing and was only one and one half lengths from getting third place.  The turf race was run on a very soupy and sloppy main track after the race was taken off the turf due to heavy rains.

(September 4th) Witch Way North finished 3rd in her race at Monmouth Saturday.  She stalked the early speed and made a move around the turn to get up to 2nd.  She battled hard down the stretch but was unable to catch the leader.  She only lost by one and one-half lengths.  It was a solid effort.  She was interferred with at the top of the stretch, causing her to lose momentum and possibly costing her the win.  An objection was filed and after a lengthy review, the stewards took no action on the objection.

(September 4th)  Reserve Currency ran an outstanding race Saturday at Saratoga, hitting the finish-line in a four-way photo-finish for the win.  He lost the race by one-half of a length to the winner, finishing a tough 4th.  He ran way back, about 12 lengths behind the leaders, for most of the race and made a huge move on the turn and down the stretch to threaten for the win.  He was interferred with in the stretch and that hard bump probably cost him the victory.  It was another solid effort by Reserve Currency.

(August 31st)  Motion To Dismiss will make her next start on Monday, September 3rd in the 9th race at Ellis Park.  Matt Straight will be aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in a ten horse field.  Post time is 4:40 PM (CST) or 5:40 PM (EST).

(August 31st)  Reserve Currency is the 2nd choice for his race tomorrow at Saratoga with morning-line odds of 4-1.

(August 31st)  Witch Way North is the morning-line favorite for her race tomorrow at Monmouth with morning-line odds of 7-2.

(August 31st)  Mucho Macho Man is the morning-line favorite for his race tomorrow at Saratoga with morning-line odds of 8-5.

(August 29th)  Witch Way North will make her next start on Saturday, September 1st in the 3rd race at Monmouth Park.  Carmouch will be back in the irons for the eight furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #9 in a ten horse field.  Post time is 1:45 PM (EST).

(August 29th)  Mucho Macho Man will make his next start in the Grade I $750,000 Woodward Stakes on Saturday, September 1st in the 10th race at Saratoga.  Mike Smith retains the mount for the nine furlong route on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a field of seven horses.  Post time is 5:45 PM (EST).

(August 29th)  Reserve Currency will make his next start on Saturday, September 1st in the 2nd race at Saratoga.  David Cohen will be the pilot for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in a field of sixteen horses.  Post time is 1:30 PM (EST).

(August 29th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in 53.2 seconds on a muddy track in Lexington, KY yesterday morning.

(August 28th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs on the main track at Saratoga in 47.2 seconds yesterday morning.  It was the 5th fastest of 69 breezes at that distance.

(August 28th)  Evening Survivor breezed two furlongs in 26.4 seconds on a wet track in Ocala, Florida.

(August 27th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 51.4 seconds yesterday at Monmouth Park.  We are pointing her to a race at Monmouth Park on Saturday.

(August 27th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs at Saratoga on the main track in 1:02.4 yesterday morning.  He is being pointed to the Grade I Woodward Stakes at Saratoga on Saturday.

(August 27th)  Carrot Thief finished 3rd in her race at Saratoga on Friday.  She ran in 7th place most of the race and made her patented move around the turn and down the stretch.  She was running in second place down the stretch but was passed just before the finish line. It was a personal best for Carrot Thief in terms of her time for the race.

(August 23rd)  Carrot Thief is the 3rd choice for her race tomorrow at Saratoga with morning-line odds of 6-1  

(August 22nd)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in an easy 54.3 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.

(August 21st)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Friday, August 24th in the 4th race at Saratoga.  Maylan Studart will be back aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in an eight horse field.  Post time is 2:39 PM (EST).

(August 20th)  Evening Survivor breezed two furlongs in 27.1 seconds Sunday morning in Ocala.  He went well in-hand and galloped out very strongly. 

(August 20th) Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs on the Oklahoma track at Saratoga in 1:00.98 yesterday morning.  It was the 2nd fastest of seven breezes at that distance.  He is being pointed to the Grade I Woodward Stakes at Saratoga on September 1st.

(August 20th)  Tazered's chances in his race Saturday were completely compromised when he was bumped hard after leaving the starting gate, causing him to turn sideways.  He was unable to recover from the poor start, but still rallied to pass several horses and finish just six lengths behind the winner.  He may see another race at Saratoga if he comes out of this race in good shape and recovers quickly.

(August 17th)  Tazered is considered a long-shot for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 15-1.  The favorite, who beat Tazered by a half length in their last race, is 7-2.

(August 17th)  Reserve Currency received a '75' Beyer figure for his second place effort earlier this week.

(August 16th)  Tazered is scheduled to make his next start on Saturday, August 18th, in the 8th race at Saratoga.  Ortiz will be back aboard for the 5.5 furongs sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #4 in a fourteen horse field.

(August 16th)  Saint of Saints finished 4th in his race at Saratoga yesterday.  He broke from the gate slowly and ran in 7th place for the first half of the race.  He worked his way up to 3rd, but was unable to gain any on the leaders.  He was nailed at the wire by a late closer for the show spot.

(August 15th)  Saint of Saints is 5-1 on the morning-line for his race this afternoon at Saratoga.  Rain is projected through-out the day, meaning he will likely be racing on a muddy or sloppy track.

(August 14th)  Reserve Currency finished 2nd in his race at Saratoga yesterday.  He ran most of the race in about 6th place, about eight lengths back, and made a big bid on the final turn and down the stretch to get up just in time to grab the place spot.  It was a great effort and an exciting finish.

(August 14th)  Tazered had the bullet breeze at Saratoga yesterday morning going three furlongs on the weeds at the Oklahoma Track in 36 seconds flat.  It was the fastest breeze of the day.

(August 14th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs on the dirt in 49.4 seconds at Monmouth yesterday morning.

(August 13th)  Reserve Currency is 4-1 on the morning-line for his race at Saratoga this afternoon.

(August 13th)  Carrot Thief ran a very nice race at Saratoga yesterday.  She sat back in 9th place about fifteen lengths back and made a big move on the final turn to pass everyone in front of her but the leader.  She started gaining on the leader down the stretch but was passed near the finish-line by two other horses and finished a respectable 4th.  The winner beat her by about three lengths.

(August 13th)  Evening Survivor breezed two furlongs in an easy 28 seconds this past weekend in Ocala, FL.

(August 13th)  Truly Devoted shot out of the gate at Saratoga yesterday and held the lead for seven furlongs of her nine furlong race.  However, she tired at the top of the stretch and finished off the board.

(August 13th)  Motion To Dismiss stretched her legs in an easy breeze going three furlongs in 41.2 seconds this past weekend.

(August 11th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Wednesday, August  15th in the 9th race at Saratoga.  Rosario will be aboard for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position 6 in a field of eight.  Post time is 5:30 PM (EST).

(August 10th)  Reserve Currency will make his next start in the 5th race at Saratoga on Monday.  David Cohen will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong turf route.  They break from post position #1 in a fourteen horse field.

(August 10th)  Witch Way North was scratched today when her race came off the turf due to rain.

(August 10th)  Saint of Saints had the bullet breeze at Saratoga yesterday morning going five furlongs in 59.3 seconds.  It was the fastest of 17 breezes at that distance.

(August 10th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start in the 9th race this Sunday at Saratoga. She will be breaking from post position #3 in a 12 horse field going seven furlongs on the dirt.  Maylan Studart will be aboard and post time is 5:37 PM (EST).

(August 10th)  Truly Devoted has been entered as an MTO (Main Track Only) for the 3rd race at Saratoga this Sunday. The one and 1/16 mile contest is scheduled to be on the turf course. TD is the third MTO on the list and would need a few scratches to get in if the race comes off the lawn.  She is listed as #12 for the race with apprentice W. A. Garcia aboard.  Post time is 2:08 PM (EST).

(August 9th)  Reserved Currency had an untimed and unpublished breeze on the Oklahoma turf course at Saratoga yesterday morning.  We are pointing him towards a race at Saratoga on Monday.

(August 9th)  Witch Way North is the morning-line favorite for her race at Monmouth Park tomorrow with morning-line odds of 7-2.

(August 9th)  Witch Way North had a late published breeze earlier this week, breezing four furlongs in50 seconds flat this past Sunday at Belmont Park.

(August 6th)  Evening Survivor had his first breeze going one furlong in 14 seconds flat over the weekend in Ocala, FL.

(August 6th)  Carrot Thief breezed four furlongs in 50.3 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.  We are pointing her towards a race at Saratoga on Sunday, August 12th.

(August 6th)  Witch Way North will make her next start on Friday, August 10th in the 7th race at Monmouth Park.  Carmouche will be aboard for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #2 in a nine horse field.  Post time is 3:32 PM (EST).

(August 2nd)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 49.2 seconds yesterday morning on the main track at Saratoga.

(August 1st)  Both Tazered and Truly Devoted are being pointed towards races at Saratoga on Monday, August 6th.

(July 31st)  Saint of Saints is scheduled to have an easy four furlong breeze on the main track at Saratoga tomorrow morning at around 8:45 AM.

(July 30th)  Carrot Thief breezed four furlongs in 51.1 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.

(July 30th)  Truly Devoted was pinched at the start of her race and never recovered on the muddy track.  She finished in 5th place.

(July 30th)  Reserve Currency was scratched from his race at Saratoga yesterday when his race came off the turf.

(July 27th)  Tazered breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 4th fastest breeze of thirty-three breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was done in 48.05 seconds.

(July 27th)  Truly Devoted will make her next start in the 3rd race at Saratoga on Sunday, July 29th.  Rosie Napravnik will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a seven horse field.  Post time is 2:04 PM (EST).

(July 27th)  Reserve Currency is scheduled to make his next start in the 11th race at Saratoga on Suday, July 29th.  Cornelio Valasquez will be aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #13 in a thirteen horse field.  Reserved Currency is third on the Also Eligible list and will need to have three horses scratch from the race in order to draw into the body of the race.  Post time is 6:30 PM (EST).

(July 25th)  Hoosier Hero breezed three furlongs in company in 37.1 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.

(July 23rd)  Saint of Saints took the early lead in his race on Saturday but was unable to sustain that lead down the stretch and faded to sixth as he crossed the wire after setting some blistering splits.  He came out of the race in great shape.

(July 23rd)  Witch Way North's race at Monmouth Friday came off the turf 45 minutes before the scheduled post time and Witch Way North was scratched as a result.  We will look for another spot for her.

(July 20th)  Saint of Saints is the second choice for his race Saturday at Saratoga with morning-line odds of 3-1.

(July 19th)  Witch Way North is the luke-warm second choice for her race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 4-1.

(July 19th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Saturday, July 21st in the 9th race at Saratoga.  Shaun Bridgmohan will be aboard for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #3 in a nine horse field.  Post time is 5:12 PM (EST).

(July 19th)  Can't Prove It breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  It was the 20th fastest breeze of 31 breezes at that distance.

(July 18th)  Hoosier Hero breezed an easy three furlongs in 37.3 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.  Partners should log-on to your partner page for more details.  It was the 5th fastest of 14 breezes at that distance.

(July 16th)  Witch Way North will make her next start in the 7th race at Monmouth on Friday, July 20th.  The race is 8.5 furlongs on the turf.  She will have Jersey Joe Bravo aboard and will break from post position four (in a nine horse field including one MTO).  The post time for the race is 3:32 PM (EST).

( July 16th)  Tazered finished 2nd in his race at Belmont, losing by just a neck.  He sat towards the back of the pack, as far back as fifteen lengths, early in the race and then started to make his move as they went into the turn.  Unortunately, he was five-wide around the turn and the winner had a rail trip the whole way.  Down the stretch, he looked like he was going to collar the winner before the wire, and although he was still gaining on him, he just quite didn't get there in time.  It was another great effort for Tazered.  His next start will be at Saratoga in early August.

(July 16th)  Carrot Thief had her finishing kick compromised when two horses abruptly closed the hole she was going through towards the end of her race.  She was flying down the stretch passing horses and was going to be on the board when the incident occurred around the eighth pole.  She was checked hard and lost all momentum.  It was most unfortunate.

(July 13th)  Tazered is considered a bit of a long-shot at odds of 8-1 for his race this evening at Belmont.

(July 13th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Sunday, July 15th in the tenth race at Belmont.  Studart will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #10 in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 5:38 PM (EST).

(July 12th)  Tazered is the fifth choice for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 8-1.

(July 12th)  Can't Prove It breezed four furlongs in 49.1 seconds yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  It was the 5th fastest of 35 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 48.60 seconds.

(July 9th)  Tazered will make his next start on Friday, July 13th in the 7th race at Belmont.  Ortiz will be back aboard for the seven furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #8 in an eight horse field.  Post time is 6:04 PM (EST).

(July 9th)  Prizemm and Carrot Thief breezed together over the weekend at Belmont.  They went nose to nose all the way and hit the finish line together in a time of 49.3 seconds for the four furlong work.

(July 9th)  Hoosier Hero had his first official breeze Saturday in Lexington, KY.  He breezed two furlongs in-hand with two other horses.  He covered the two panels in 26 seconds flat and received the bullet work for that distance.

(July 9th)  Saint of Saints received an '86' Beyer for his effort in his stakes race this past Thursday at Belmont.

(July 9th)  Congrats to all the connections of Mucho Macho Man on his incredibly impressive victory in the Grade 2 Suburban H. Stakes on Saturday at Belmont.  He easily beat a distinguished field of accomplished horses to secure the win under a hand-ride.  He received a career best  '108' preliminary Beyer for his winning effort.

(July 9th)  Witch Way North is tentatively being pointed to a race at Monmouth on July 20th.

(July 6th)  Prizemm is being pointed to a race at Belmont on July 15th.

(July 6th)  Saint of Saints earned black-type yesterday when he finished a very respectable third in his stakes race at Belmont.  The outside post ended up costing him the win, as he traveled five to six wide around the turn, adding much distance to his trip.  The two horses that beat him both had rail trips the entire race.  He fought tough and only lost to the winner by about three lengths.  He missed second place by a neck.  The race went in a very fast 1:08.4 for six furlongs on the dirt.

(July 4th)  Saint of Saints is the 3rd choice for his race tomorrow at Belmont at morning-line odds of 3-1.

(July 4th)  Tazered zipped off a three furlong breeze in 34.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  We are pointing him to a race at Belmont on July 13th.

(July 3rd)  Senior Statesman breezed five furlongs in 1:02.1 yesterday morning at Belmont.

(July 3rd)  Both Witch Way North and Can't Prove It came out of their respective races in great shape.

(July 2nd)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Thursday, July 5th in the Western Larla Stakes at Belmont Park.  It is carded as the 3rd race of that day.  Julien Leparoux will be the pilot for the six furlong dirt sprint.  They break from post position #7 in a seven horse field.  Post time is 1:54 PM (EST).

(July 2nd)  Hoosier Hero had his first breeze, going two furlongs in 25.2 seconds.

(July 2nd)  With Way North is now being stabled at Monmouth Park. 

(July 2nd)  Can't Prove It finished 3rd in his race at Churchill Downs.  He had a good start, but slowly faded to last place.  He did come on around the turn and down the stretch to get up for the minor prize.  He seems to run very evenly and is a one dimensional horse in that regards.

(July 2nd)  Witch Way North finished 3rd in her race at Monmouth.  She had a tough trip in that she was agitated throughout the race by a horse on the outside that kept pushing her tight into the rail, causing the jockey to check her several times.  However, she did run an excellent race for her first time back off the long lay-off.

(June 28th)  Racing post times at Churchill Downs have been moved to a night racing schedule for Friday night due to the intense heat predicted during the day Friday.  Thus, Can't Prove It's race now has a post time of 7:33 PM (EST) instead of 3:48 PM (EST).

(June 28th)  Can't Prove It is the luke-warm second choice for his race tomorrow at morning-line odds of 3-1.

(June 28th)  Witch Way North is the luke-warm second choice for her race at Monmouth tomorrow at morning-line odds of 7-2.

(June 28th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in 40.2 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington.

(June 27th)  Senior Statesman breezed five furlongs in 1:03.2 yesterday morning at Belmont.

(June 27th)  We are pointing Motion To Dismiss to a race on July 6th.  See partner page for more details.

(June 25th)  Witch Way North will make her next start on Friday, June 29th in the 7th race at Monmouth.  Joe Bravo will be the pilot for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in an eight horse field.  Post time is 3:46 PM (EST).

(June 25th)  Can't Prove It will make his next start on Friday, June 29th in the 3rd race at Churchill Downs.  Kent Desormeaux will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #5 in an eight horse field.  Post time is 3:48 PM (EST).

(June 25th)  Hoosier Hero is preparing for his first breeze and had a two-minute lick for an eighth of a mile.  He did the one furlong distance in a time of 15 seconds flat.

(June 25th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat yesterday at Belmont Park.

(June 23rd)  Overnight rain at Belmont caused the racing office to take the race for Witch Way North off the turf.  As a result, WWN will be scratched from today's second race at Belmont.

(June 22nd)  Witch Way North is 12-1 on the morning-line for her race tomorrow at Belmont.

(June 22nd)  Tazered came out of his race in great shape.

(June 21st)  Tazered finished 3rd in his race at Belmont yesterday.  The winner went six furlongs in 1:07 flat, just missing the track record by 1/5th of a second.  Tazered's time was 1:07.3.  It was another excellent effort by Tazered, who grossly outran his morning-line odds of 15-1.

(June 21st)  Witch Way North will make her next start on Saturday, June 23rd in the 2nd race at Belmont.  Rosie Napravnik will be in the irons for the nine furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #6 in an eleven horse field.  Post time is 1:23 PM (EST).

(June 20th)  Tazered is considered a long-shot for his race today at Belmont with morning-line odds of 15-1.

(June 20th)  Motion To Dismiss came out of her race in great shape.

(June 20th)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:03 flat.  It was the 7th fastest of 13 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 1:01.40.

(June 19th)  Both Prizemm and Senior Statesman came out of their races in great shape.

(June 19th)  Motion To Dismiss finished off the board in her race yesterday.  She kept much closer to the pace than usual, but as a result, had very little kick left for the end.  She lost by about nine lengths.

(June 18th)  Saint of Saints came out of his second place effort in great shape.  He received a '90' Beyer figure for his effort.

(June 18th)  Senior Statesman and Prizemm both finished off the board in their races yesterday at Belmont. 

(June 15th)  Tazered has been entered to run on Wednesday, June 20th at Belmont Park.  His race is the sixth on the card and set to go six furlongs over the turf. Irad, Jr. will be aboard for the ride and the post time is 3:30 PM local.

(June 15th)  Motion To Dismiss is racing Monday, June 18th at Indiana Downs going one mile over the turf course. The time for the race is 6:10 PM local and is listed as the fourth race on the card.  MTD will be breaking from post position five in an 11 horse field. and will have R. Mojica, Jr. aboard for the ride.

(June 15th)  We plan to enter Motion To Dismiss today for a race on Monday.  Check back late today to see if she will be racing.

(June 15th)  Saint of Saints finished second in his race yesterday.  He broke alertly in second and sat there in a stalking position most of the race.  At mid-stretch, he briefly took the lead, but was over-powered by the heavy favorite late.  He lost by a little over a length.

(June 14th)  Both Prizemm and Senior Statesman will make their next starts on Sunday at Belmont Park.  Prizemm starts things off in the 5th race.  Canchari will be aboard for the six furlong turf sprint.  They break from post position #4 in a thirteen horse field.  Post time is 2:58 PM (ET).  Senior Statesman will race two races later in the 7th race.  Studart will be aboard for the six furlong turf sprint.  They break from post position #10 in an eleven horse field.  Post time is 4:02 PM (EST).

(June 14th) We plan to enter Prizemm this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(June 14th)  We plan to enter Senior Statesman again this afternoon for a race at Belmont on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(June 14th)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:04 flat yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.

(June 13th)  Neither Senior Statesman nor Witch Way North will be racing Saturday. We will enter Senior Statesman again tomorrow as they wrote his race back for Sunday. 

(June 13th)  Saint of Saints is the third choice in his race tomorrow at morning-line odds of 3-1.

(June 12th)  Tazered came out of his race in great shape.

(June 12th)  Senior Statesman breezed five furlongs in 1:03.1 yesterday morning at Belmont.

(June 11th)  Tazered was lazered as he finished 2nd in his first start on the turf Saturday at Belmont.  He had a very slow start and was quickly in last place over twenty lengths behind the leader  He made a huge move down the stretch to go from last to a photo-finish for the win, passing ten horses in the stretch.  He lost the photo by less than a head, but easily won the place spot.  The winning time was an eye-popping 1:07.2 for the six furlong race.  They only missed the track record by about 3/5 of a second.  It was a very exciting finish as Tazered went the last half mile in a blistering 42 seconds.

(June 11th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds over the weekend at Belmont.  We plan to enter her later this week for a race at Belmont this weekend.

(June 8th)  Saint Of Saints is racing on Thursday, June 14th. His race, written as an extra, was used and is listed as the eighth contest at 4:34 PM going 6.5 furlongs over the Belmont Park strip. SOS will break from post position six in a field of seven with John Velazquez aboard.

(June 8th)  Belmont Park has no scratches for the race today for Senior Statesman and it will be staying on the turf. With no AEs being used, SS will be scratched and we will look for another spot.

(June 7th)  The race for Saint of Saints at Belmont Park on Wednesday was not used.  They did write the race back for Thursday and back at the original distance of 6.5 furlongs, so we will are planning to re-enter him on Friday for the June 14th race.

(June 7th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont Park.

(June 7th)  Tazered will make his next start in the 12th race at Belmont on Saturday, June 9th.  The race is a six furlong sprint on the turf.  Ortiz will be aboard.  They break from post position #8 in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 7:20 PM (EST).

(June 7th)  The race for Saint of Saints at Belmont on Saturday was not used.  They did write the race back for Wednesday at a slightly shorter distance, so we will re-enter him again this afternoon for the Wednesday, June 13th race.

(June 6th)  Prizemm came out of her race in great shape.

(June 5th)  We are pointing Saint of Saints towards a race at Belmont on Saturday, June 9th.

(June 5th)  We are pointing Tazered towards a race at Belmont on Saturday, June 9th.

(June 5th)  Prizemm earned her highest Beyer speed figure in her last start, receiving a '57' for her effort.

(June 5th)  Carrot Thief came out of her race in great shape.

(June 4th)  Senior Statesman is scheduled to possibly make his next start on Friday, June 8th in the 8th race at Belmont.  Studart will be the jockey for the six furlong turf sprint.  They will break from post position #13 in a 12 horse field, which means that there will need to be one scratch in order for him to draw into the body of the race.  Otherwise, he will be scratched.  Post time is 4:37 PM.

(June 4th)  Prizemm finished 3rd in her race at Belmont Sunday.  She had a slow start and was briefly in last place before being rushed up to assume a stalking position on the outside.  She slowly got up to the leader around the turn and briefly took the lead at the top of the stretch.  She struggled some down the stretch and finished about three lengths behind the winner.

(June 4th)  Carrot Thief finished off the board in her race at Belmont Saturday.  She ran way back and made a big move to make up about ten lengths around the last turn, but flattened out down the stretch.  The winner beat her by about eight lengths.

(June 1st)  Prizemm will try to make it two wins in a row when she breaks from the gate in the 10th race at Belmont Park on Sunday, June 3rd.  Canchari will be aboard for the six furlong turf sprint.  They will have their work cut-out for them as they break from post position #11 in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 5:38 PM.

(May 31st)  Tazered, Senior Statesman, Awesome's Eleven and Can't Prove It all came out of their races this past weekend in great shape.

(May 30th)  Saint of Saints has been nominated to the Grade II Woody Stephens Stakes.  Thirty-five horses are nominated to the race.

(May 30th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Saturday, June 2nd in race #5 at Belmont.  Ortiz will be in the irons for the 8.5 furlong route on the turf.  They break from post position #10 in a ten horse field.  Post time is 2:58 PM.

(May 29th)  Can't Prove It finished 4th in his race at Churchill Downs.  He ran even the whole race and neither gained nor lost distance after he settled in after the start.  He looks like he may want more distance in his races.

(May 29th)  Awesome's Eleven made it two wins in a row, easily winning his race at Churchill Downs.  He broke well, but was soon taken back by Calvin Borel.  He ran in last place for a while before he started to make his move half-way through the last turn.  He slowly edged his way up to the leaders and went by them with ease in the stretch to capture the victory.

(May 29th)  Senior Statesman ran an exciting first race.  He broke from the gate a tad slow and was rushed up to hold the lead on the rail.  He led the whole way but faded some in the final furlong - tiring as he approached the finish line.  He lost by about seven lengths.  It was a very solid first effort.

(May 29th)  Tazered finished 5th in his race at Belmont.  The race came off the turf and he did not like the sloppy sealed track in any way.

(May 26th)  Can't Prove It will make his next start on Monday, May 28th in the first race at Churchill Downs.  Lanerie will be back aboard for the 5.5 furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in a field of six horses.  Post time is 12:45 PM (EST).

(May 26th)  Tazered finished 5th in his race at Belmont yesterday.  He seemed to not like the sealed sloppy track and wanted no part of it.

(May 25th)  Awesome's Eleven is the second choice at morning-line odds of 5-2 for his race tomorrow at Churchill Downs.

(May 25th)  Senior Statesman is 15-1 on the morning-line for his race tomorrow at Belmont.

(May 25th)  Witch Way North breezed five furlongs in 1:02 flat at Belmont yesterday morning.

(May 25th)  Saint of Saints breezed four furlongs in 49.4 seconds at Belmont yesterday morning.

(May 25th)  Tazered is 15-1 on the morning-line for his race this afternoon at Belmont.

(May 24th)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:02 flat yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  It was the 5th fastest of 29 breezes at that distance.

(May 24th)  Senior Statesman will make his debut on Saturday, May 26th in the 10th race at Belmont Park.  Maylan Studart will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #1 in a full field of twelve starters.  Post time is 5:38 PM (EST).

(May 24th)  Awesome's Eleven will try to make it two wins in a row when he breaks from the gate in the 1st race at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 26th.  Calvin Borel will be back aboard for the one mile route on the dirt.  They break from post position #4 in a field of six horses.  Post time is 12:45 PM (EST).

(May 22nd)  Tazered will make his next start on Friday, May 25th in the 6th race at Belmont.  David Cohen will be back aboard for the seven furlong sprint on the turf.  They break from post position #2 in an eleven horse field.  Post time is 3:30 PM (EST).

(May 22nd)  Prizemm breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  We are hoping to enter her later this week for a race at Belmont on the 28th.

(May 21st)  Motion To Dismiss finished 4th in her race on Saturday.  She sat dead last in 12th place for the entire race and then made a big move on the final turn and down the stretch to get up for the minor prize.  The winner beat her by about five lengths.  It was another solid effort.

(May 21st)  Tazered had his final serious prep for his race on Friday, breezing five furlongs in 1:01.2 Saturday morning at Belmont.

(May 21st)  Carrot Thief tried turf for the first time Friday afternoon at Belmont and finished off the board.  She ran a very good race and only lost to the winner by about four lengths.  She received a '60' speed Beyer for her effort.

(May 18th)  Update:  Both Prizemm and Motion To Dismiss will race in their respective races tomorrow, as originally planned.

(May 18th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 52 seconds flat this morning at Belmont.

(May 17th)  Prizemm will face winners for the first time on Saturday, May 19th, when she races in the 8th race at Belmont.  Sam Comacho Jr. will be up for the six furlong allowance race on the turf.  They break from post position #9 in a full field of twelve horses.  Post time is 4:34 PM (EST).

(May 17th)  Motion To Dismiss will make her next start in the 1st race at Indiana Downs on Saturday, May 19th.  Mojica will be aboard for the one mile route on the turf.  They break from post position #9 in a twelve horse field.  Post time is 6:55 PM (EST).

(May 17th)  Carrot Thief is getting no respect for her first effort on the turf with morning-line odds of 20-1 for her race tomorrow at Belmont.

(May 16th)  Awesome's Eleven breezed for the first time since his win last week.  He went four furlongs yesterday morning at Churchill Downs in 48.4 seconds.  It was the 15th fastest breeze out of 61 breezes at that distance.

(May 15th)  We are pointing Tazered to a race at Belmont on the 25th.

(May 15th)  We are pointing Prizemm to a turf race at Belmont on the 19th.

(May 15th)  Can't Prove It came out of his race in great shape.

(May 14th)  Carrot Thief will try the turf for the first time on Friday, May 18th in the 7th race at Belmont.  Arroyo will be in the irons for the seven furlong turf sprint.  They break from post position #2 in a full field of twelve horses along with four also eligibles.  Post time is 4:02 PM (EST).

(May 14th)  Senior Statesman breezed four furlongs in 50.4 seconds Sunday morning at Belmont. 

(May 14th)  Tazered breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds on Saturday morning at Belmont.

(May 14th)  Can't Prove It finished in third place in his debut Saturday at Churchill Downs.  He broke alertly but settled in 4th place for most of the race.  He made up some ground down the stretch to easily finish in 3rd.  He was about six lengths behind the winner.  It was a good first effort for Can't Prove It.

(May 11th)  Can't Prove It is the 4th choice for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 4-1.

(May 10th)  Saint of Saints arrived safely at Belmont Park yesterday afternoon.

(May 10th)  Can't Prove It had his final serious prep before his debut on Saturday, breezing five furlongs in 1:01.4 yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  It was the 7th fastest of eighteen breezes at that distance.

(May 10th)  Can't Prove It will make his long anticipated debut in the 1st race at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 12th.  The race is a $50,000 Maiden Claimer going six furlongs on the dirt.  Lanerie will be up for the mount.  They break from post position #3 in a six horse field.  Post time is 12:45 PM (EST).

(May 9th)  Witch Way North breezed five furlongs in 1:02.1 yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 9th fastest out of fifteen breezes at that distance.

(May 8th)  Saint of Saints is scheduled to ship to Belmont this morning.  He should arrive there sometime tomorrow afternoon.

(May 8th)  Prizemm breezed four furlongs in 49.4 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont. 

(May 8th)  Mucho Macho Man arrived safely in Saratoga, NY yesterday afternoon.

(May 7th)  Senior Statesman breezed five furlongs in an impressive 59.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the bullet breeze of the day - the fastest breeze at that distance out of 18 breezes.  He is coming along well and should be ready to race shortly.

(May 7th)  Motion To Dismiss finished in 3rd in her turf debut Saturday night.  She ran in dead last, almost fifteen lengths back, and then made one rocket-type move at the end of the turn and down the stretch.  She was unable to get to the top two horses, losing by about four lengths.  It was a great effort and an impressive race to watch.

(May 7th)  Mucho Macho Man shipped to Saratoga yesterday and should arrive there sometime this afternoon.

(May 7th)  Mucho Macho Man finished 3rd in the Alysheba Stakes (Grade II) at Churchill Downs on Friday.  He sat in 4th, about five lengths back for most of the race, made a move on the end of the turn to get to the leader, but could not stay with him down the stretch.  The winner set a new track record.

(May 7th)  Tazered had an unpublished breeze, going four furlongs in 48 seconds at Belmont over the weekend.

(May 7th)  Carrot Thief finished 6th in her race yesterday at Belmont.  She ran closer to the pace than usual with some fast splits, but flattened out down the stretch.  The race went in a very fast time.

(May 4th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Sunday, May 6th in the 5th race at Belmont Park.  Maylan Studart will be in the irons for the six furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #10 in a 14 horse field.  Post time is 2:58 PM.

(May 3rd)  Mucho Macho Man is the morning-line favorite for his race tomorrow at odds of 2-1.

(May 3rd)  Motion To Dismiss will make her next start on Saturday, May 5th, in the 3rd race at Indiana Downs.  Ben Creed will be the pilot for the 7.5 furlong turf race.  They break from post position #3 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 7:45 PM (EST).

(May 2nd)  Awesome's Eleven easily won the second race at Churchill Downs yesterday afternoon.  He raced in second briefly and rushed up the rail to take the lead early - and then never looked back.  He held off a late charge by the favorites and won the race by about two lengths.  Congrats to trainer Dallas Stewart, jockey Calvin Borel and all the partners for a job well done.

(May 2nd)  Mucho Macho Man will make his next start in the Grade II Alysheba Stakes on Friday, May 4th.  The race is carded as the 9th race of the day.  Dominguez will be up for the 8.5 furlong route on the main dirt track.  They break from post position #4 in a field of ten horses.  Post time is 3:52 PM (EST).

(May 1st)  We plan to enter Mucho Macho Man this afternoon for the Grade II Aleysheba Stakes on Friday at Churchill Downs.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he will be racing.

(May 1st)  Saint of Saints came out of his race in great shape.  We'll see how he trains over the next couple weeks before looking for his next spot.

(May 1st)  Awesome's Eleven is the 4th choice for his race this afternoon at Churchill Downs with morning-line odds of 5-1.

(May 1st)  Mucho Macho Man was named "Champion Older Male" by Horse Racing Nation for the Gulfstream Park Meet this past winter.  Click on the link that follows to read about this honor:  http://www.horseracingnation.com/blogs/Floridaf/Gulfstream_Parks_Eclipse_Awards_123
 

(April 30th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat Sunday morning at Belmont on the main dirt track.  It was the 14th fastest of 32 breezes at that distance.

(April 30th)  Saint of Saints finished 8th in the Derby Trial Stakes at Churchill Downs Saturday night.  He had trouble in the race with the reflection of the lights in standing puddles on the track and was jumping each puddle throughout the race.  He was running in second most of the race and then stopped completely when he came to a big pool of standing water on the final turn.  Kent Desormeaux just jogged him home from there.

(April 30th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed an easy three furlongs in 36.1 seconds Saturday morning at Churchill Downs on the main dirt track.  It was the 3rd fastest of 32 breezes at that distance.  We plan to enter him later this week for a race at Churchill Downs on Friday.

(April 30th)  Carrot Thief had a nice maintenanc breeze Saturday morning at Belmont going 50.1 seconds for four furlongs on the main dirt track.  We plan to enter her later this week for a race at Belmont on Sunday.

(April 30th)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:02.1 Friday morning at Churchill Downs.

(April 30th)  Senior Statesman breezed five furlongs in 1:02 flat in company from the starting gate Friday at Belmont on the main dirt track.  Jockey Maylan Studart was aboard for the breeze.

(April 27th)  Saint of Saints is the 4th choice for his race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 8-1.

(April 27th)  Awesome's Eleven will make his next start on Tuesday, May 1st in the 2nd race at Churchill Downs.  Calvin Borel gets the mount for the one mile route on the main dirt track.  They break from post position #3 in a nine horse field.  Post time is 1:14 PM (EST).

(April 26th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start in the Grade III Derby Trial Stakes at Churchill Downs on Saturday, April 28th.  The race is carded as 8th race with a post time of 9:39 PM (EST).  Kent Desormeaux will be in the irons for the one mile route on the main dirt track under the lights on opening day.  They break from post position #3 in an eleven horse field.

(April 26th)  Awesome's Eleven breezed four furlongs in 50.1 seconds yesterday morning in Louisville, KY.  It was the 22nd fastest of thirty-five breezes at that distance.

(April 26th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in 52.1 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.  It was the 8th fastest of ten breezes at that distance.

(April 25th)  We will be entering Saint of Saints this afternoon for the Grade III Derby Trial Stakes at Churchill Downs on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if he gets into the race.

(April 25th)  Checks for purses from the first quarter of 2012 have been mailed to all partners in good standing.  They were mailed this morning.

(April 24th)  Prizemm came out of her winning effort in great shape.

(April 24th)  We are pointing Carrot Thief to a race at Belmont on May 6th.

(April 23rd)  Anyone wishing to place an order for a winner's circle photo for Prizemm's victory at Aqueduct on Thursday should contact James Culver.  We plan to place a group order on Wednesday.

(April 23rd)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 1:01.1 Sunday morning at Curchill Downs.  It was the 12th fastest of 47 breezes at that distance.

(April 23rd)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs in 1:01 Sunday morning at Curchill Downs.  It was the 10th fastest of 47 breezes at that distance.

(April 23rd)  Senior Statesman breezed four furlongs in 49.4 seconds Saturday morning at Belmont.  It was the 38th fastest of 74 breezes at that distance.

(April 23rd)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds Friday morning at Belmont.  It was the 20th fastest of 23 breezes at that distance.

(April 23rd)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:02.3 Friday morning at Curchill Downs.  It was the 15th fastest of 24 breezes at that distance.

(April 20th)  Prizemm rebuffed all challenges to win the 6th race at Aqueduct yesterday.  In just her third start, Prizemm went wire to wire to capture the top prize.  It was a tough race, but a great effort.  Congrats to trainer Pat Quick for a job well done.

(April 19th)  Nominations to the Grade II Alysheba Stakes closed with 36 nominations.  Mucho Macho Man has been nominated.

(April 19th)  Nominations to the Grade III Derby Trial Stakes closed with 68 nominations.  Saint of Saints has been nominated.

(Aprl 18th)  Prizemm is the co-4th choice for her race tomorrow at morning-line odds of 5-1.

(April 17th)  Mucho Macho Man has been ranked as the #1 horse in the country in at least one poll.  Click on the link below and scroll down to "Top Polls".  Once there, click on "Top Thouroughbred Polls".     http://www.followhorseracing.com/

(April 17th)  Carrot Thief came out of her race in great shape.

(April 16th)  East Coast Express breezed an easy three furlongs in 39.4 seconds yesterday morning in Ocala.

(April 16th)  Carrot Thief finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct yesterday.  She ran in 9th, about twelve lengths back, for most of the race and made a mild rally to get 4th.  The winner beat her by about five lengths.

(April 16th)  Prizemm will make her next start on Thursday, April 19th in the 6th race at Aqueduct.  Hernandez will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the outer dirt oval.  They break from post position #3 of 10.  Post time is 3:27 PM (EST).

(April 16th)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:02.2 Saturday morning at Churchill Downs.  It was tied for the 22nd fastest breeze out of 32 breezes at that distance.

(April 16th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed six furlongs in 1:17.1 at Churchill Downs Saturday morning.  It was the 3rd fastest of three breezes at that distance.

(April 13th)  The race for Prizemm was not used by the racing office.  They did bring it back as an extra for Thursday, so we will enter her again tomorrow for that race.

(April 13th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Sunday, April 15th in the ninth race at Aqueduct.  She will break from post position #6 in a 12 horse field going 6 and 1/2 furlongs over the outer dirt strip. Apprentice rider Camacho will be aboard.

(April 13th)  Prizemm breezed four furlongs in an easy 50.4 seconds to set her up for her next start.  We plan to enter her this afternoon for a race on Wednesday, April 18th at Aqueduct.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(April 13th)  Motion To Dismiss came out of her race in great shape.

(April 12th)  Awesome's Eleven breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds yesterday morning at Churchill Downs.  It was the 3rd fastest of 26 breezes at that distance.  We are pointing him to a race on April 21st.

(April 12th)  Motion To Dismiss was much out-classed in her race yesterday at Keeneland being outdistanced by the winner.  She needed the race and hopefully it will set her up for her next proposed start on May 5th.

(April 11th)  We entered Carrot Thief today for a race at Aqueduct on Saturday but the race was not used.  They brought the race back as an extra for Sunday (15th) so we will re-enter her tomorrow.

(April 10th)  Witch Way North arrived at Belmont Park in great shape.

(April 10th)  Can't Prove It arrived at Churchill Downs in great shape.

(April 9th)  Can't Prove It had a very nice unpublished breeze from the starting gate in company over the weekend.  He looked very impressive.  He was shipped yesterday afternoon and should arrive at Churchill Downs sometime this afternoon.

(April 9th)  East Coast Express breezed in company over the weekend in Ocala, going two furlongs in 24.3 seconds.

(April 9th)  Motion To Dismiss will make her next start on Wednesday, April 11th in the 8th race at Keenelend.  Ben Creed will be aboard for the seven furlong sprint on the all-weather track.  They break from post position #4 in an eleven horse field.  Post time is 4:42 PM (EST).

(April 9th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed four furlongs in 46.3 seconds at Churchill Downs Saturday morning.  It was the bullet breeze of the day.

(April 6th)  East Coast Express is now sold out.  If you have an order in process, it will be honored.  Please complete your paperwork and return it as quickly as possible.

(April 6th)  Prizemm breezed three furlongs in 36.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.  It was the 2nd fastest of seven breezes at that distance.

(April 6th)  Saint of Saints arrived safely at Churchill Downs and will continue his preparations for the Grade III Derby Trial Stakes on April 28th.

(April 5th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in an easy 54.2 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.

(April 4th)  Senior Statesman breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont.   It was the 19th fastest of 38 breezes at that distance.

(April 4th)  Mucho Macho Man arrived in Kentucky late last night after a long flight and short van ride. 

(April 3rd)  East Coast Express has been selling very quickly and will likely sell out in very short order.  If you have an interest, please act quickly before you get closed out.  She has been training great and is expected to get to the races early.

(Aprl 3rd)  Carrot Thief, Prizemm and Awesome's Eleven each came out of their respective races in great shape.

(April 3rd)  Awesome's Eleven left the Fair Grounds yesterday afternoon on a van for Churchill Downs.  He should arrive sometime this afternoon.

(April 3rd)  Partner trophies for Mucho Macho Man's win in the Grade II Gulfstream Park Handicap Stakes have been mailed.

(April 3rd)  Mucho Macho Man breezed three furlongs in 38.3 seconds yesterday morning at Gulfstream Park.  It was the 3rd fastest of 5 breezes at that distance.

(April 2nd)  Carrot Thief finished 2nd in her race at Aqueduct Saturday.  In her typical style she ran the race about 15 lengths back.  On the turn, she made up some ground staying inside on the rail.  She then was taken outside for the stretch run.  She was still ten lengths back from the leader at the 1/8th pole and showed an incredible turn of foot to almost nail the favorite at the wire.  She lost by less than 1/2 length.

(April 2nd)  Awesome's Eleven finished 3rd in his race at the Fair Grounds Friday afternoon.  He was pinched back at the start and steadily made up ground throughout the race.  At the top of the stretch he made it to the outside and gained quickly on the leaders.  He hit the wire in a three horse photo finish.  The winner beat him by about a foot.

(April 2nd)  Can't Prove It breezed four furlongs from the starting gate in 49 seconds flat yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.  It was the 19th fastest breeze out of 42 breezes at that distance.

(April 2nd)  East Coast Express breezed two furlongs on the turf in 25 seconds flat Saturday morning in Ocala.  She did so under a tight hold.  It was very impressive for just her second two furlong breeze.

(April 2nd)  Saint of Saints is being pointed to the Grade 3 ($200,000) Derby Trial Stakes at Churchill Downs on April 28th.

(April 2nd)  Mucho Macho Man is being pointed towards the Grade 2 ($300,000) Aleysheba Stakes at Churchill Downs on May 4th.

(March 30th)  Carrot Thief is the co-third choice for her race at Aqueduct tomorrow at morning-line odds of 6-1.

(March 30th)  Prizemm ran most of her race in second place, a half length outside the leader.  She stayed in that position for a very fast five furlongs but tired in the last furlong to finish in 6th place.  The winner beat her by six lengths.

(March 29th)  Evening Survivor, our Pomeroy colt, is now sold out.  If you have an order in process, it will be honored.  Please complete your paperwork and return it as quickly as possible.

(March 29h)  An article regarding Saint of Saints can be viewed by clicking on the link below:

http://www.horseracingnation.com/blogs/Floridaf/Saint_of_Saints_Marches_Home_123
 

(March 29th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in 51.4 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington.  It was the 11th fastest of seventeen breezes at that distance.  We are pointing her towards a race at Keeneland on April 11th.

(March 29th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start in the 10th race at Aqueduct on Saturday, March 31st.  Silvera will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the outer dirt track.  They break from post postion #10 in a thirteen horse field.  Post time is 5:25 PM.

(March 28th)  Prizemm is listed as a long-shot for her race tomorow at morning-line odds of 15-1.

(March 28th)  Awesome's Eleven is the morning-line favorite for his race on Friday at odds of 7-2.

(March 27th)  Senior Statesman breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds yesterday morning at Belmont Park.

(March 27th)  Saint of Saints came out of his race in great shape.

(March 26th)  Prizemm will make her next start in the 4th race at Aqueduct on Thursday, March 29th.  The race is a six furlong sprint on the dirt.  Carr will be in the irons.  They break from post position #2 in a seven horse field.  Post time is 2:22 PM.

(March 26th)  East Coast Express stepped it up quite a bit Saturday, breezing two furlongs in 26.1 seconds at the training center in Ocala.  It was just her second breeze and she showed much improvement over her first breeze.  She looked good doing it and did it with ease.

(March 26th)  Any Dream Team partner interested in purchasing a winner's circle photo of Saint of Saints should contact Jim Culver before the end of the day on Tuesday to place an order.  You do not need to be a partner on Saint of Saints to order a photo.

(March 23rd)  Saint of Saints looked extremely impressive winning his race at Gulfstream Park yesterday afternoon.  He rated in a stalking position and made his move mid-stretch to win the seven furlong race in a very fast time of 1:22 flat.  His style of running mirrors the image of how Mucho Macho Man won his last two starts - in a very similar tactical manner.  We'll see how he comes out of the race before deciding his next race.

(March 22nd)  Awesome's Eleven breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds yesterday morning at the Fair Grounds.  It was the 5th fastest of 40 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 48.0 seconds.

(March 22nd)  Carrot Thief breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat at Belmont yesterday morning.  It was the 14th fastest of 48 breezes at that distance.

(March 21st)  Saint of Saints is the morning-line favorite for his race tomorrow at Gulstream Park with odds of 2-1.

(March 20th)  Can't Prove It breezed five furlongs in 1:02.4 yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.  The fastest breeze was 1:01 flat.

(March 20th)  Kent Desormeaux will replace the injured Paco Lopez aboard Saint of Saints in his race on Thursday.

(March 19th)  Two jockeys who regularly ride for Dream Team were injured in separate spills over the weekend.  Ramon Dominguez, who regularly rides Mucho Macho Man, separated his collar bone in a spill at Aqueduct Sunday.  Paco Lopez, who regularly rides Saint of Saints, fractured his collar bone in a spill at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.  We extend our best wishes to both and the hopes for a speedy recovery.

(March 19th)  Can't Prove It is now sold out.  The last shares were sold over the weekend.

(March 19th)  East Coast Express breezed for the first time yesterday, going one furlong in an easy 15 seconds flat.

(March 19th)  Prizemm breezed five furlongs in 1:00.3 yesterday morning at Belmont Park.  It was the 4th fastest of 16 breezes at that distance.  The fastest time was 1:00.15.

(March 19th)  Saint of Saints had an easy breeze in preparation for his race on Thursday.  He went four furlongs at Gulfstream Park yesterday morning in 51 seconds flat.

(March 19th)  One of our partners shared some interesting stats regarding Mucho Macho Man and the Gulfstream Park Handicap.  Over the last two years at GP, there have been 219 one mile races over a fast track.  For MMM and his race, the middle half mile of 45.35 seconds is tied for the fastest of the 219 and his 6f time was only 6/100 of a second off the fastest time for one mile races in two years!

(March 19th)  Saint of Saints will make his next start on Thursday, March 22nd in th 5th race at Gulfstream Park.  The race is a seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  Paco Lopez retains the mount.  They break from post position five in a seven horse field.  Post time is 3:05 PM (EST).

(March 19th)  Trophy and saddle towel replicas of Mucho Macho Man's victory in the Grade 2 Gulfstream Park Handicap are now available for order (through Wednesday, 3/21); please email kostas@dreamteamracingstable.com for details.

(March 16th)  Witch Way North seems to be back on track after dealing with a minor issue.

(March 15th)  Saint of Saints is training great and should be ready to race again in the next two or three weeks.

(March 15th)  Winner's Circle Photo's for Mucho Macho Man's win in the Grade 2 - Gulfstream Park Handicap Stakes were mailed yesterday.

(March 15th)  Trophies for Mucho Macho Man's win in the Sunshine Millions Classic were mailed earlier this week.  If you don't receive your trophy by the end of the week, please let us know.

(March 14th)  Both Mucho Macho Man and Motion To Dismiss came out of their races on Saturday in great shape.

(March 13th)  Can't Prove It breezed an easy four furlongs in 50.2 seconds.  He will breeze one more time and then we plan to look for a race for him at Gulfstream park later this month.

(March 13th)  Anyone interested in ordering a Winner's Circle Photo of Mucho Macho Man should contact Jim Culver to place an order.  The cost is $30 per photo.  You do not have to be a partner on Mucho Macho Man to place an order, but you must be a partner with Dream Team.

(March 13th)  Below are some links to articles on Mucho Macho Man and his victory on Saturday.  Click on the links to read the articles:

http://www.horseracingnation.com/blogs/Floridaf/Mucho_Macho_Man_Easily_Captures_GulfCap_123
http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/intraday_single.cfm?type=results&alertID=5425&CFID=49261415&CFTOKEN=67228962
http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/articles/67973/mucho-macho-man-keeps-on-winning?&utm_source=DailyNewsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=20120311
http://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/intraday_single.cfm?type=results&alertID=5425&CFID=49261415&CFTOKEN=67228962

(March 12th)  Mucho Macho Man extended his win streak to three races in a row, when he won the Grade 2 Gulfstream Park H. Stakes on Saturday at Gulfstream Park.  He settled in a stalking position for most of the race and headed the leader, Tackleberry, at the end of the turn.  He slowly pulled away as the two battled down the stretch.  Mucho Macho Man won by two lengths.  With that victory, Mucho Macho Man has improved his lifetime earnings to $1,063,643.  His lifetime race record is now 5 wins, 3 seconds, and 3 thirds from 14 starts.  He received a preliminary Beyer speed figure of a '102' for his winning effort on Saturday.

(March 12th)  Motion To Dismiss finished 3rd in her race Saturday afternoon.  In her usual style, she quickly dropped back to last place - about fifteen lengths behind the leader.  She made a huge rally from last to gain the show spot.  She missed 2nd by about a length and was about four lengths behind the winner.  Although she rallied well, she was just too far back for a 5 1/2 furlong sprint.  We'll look to stretch her out a little more for her next start.

(March 12th)  Prizemm finished 4th in her race at Aqueduct Friday afternoon.  She looked very competitive through the turn, but tired some down the stretch.  It was a good effort for her first race.

(March 12th)  Several new videos have been added to our YouTube channel. Clips include Mucho Macho Man and Witch Way North during this past weekend's visits to Gulfstream Park along with events around the victory of the Grade 2 Gulfstream Park Handicap.  Enjoy them by clicking on the YouTube logo at the bottom right of our home page.

(March 10th)  A couple short videos of Saint Of Saints have been added to our YouTube channel from this morning's training and visit to Dale Romans' barn at Gulfstream Park.  Enjoy them by clicking on the YouTube logo at the bottom right of our home page.

(March 9th)  Motion To Dismiss has been installed as the 4th choice for her race tomorrow with morning-line odds of 7-2.  The favorite is 5-2.

(March 9th)  Mucho Macho Man has been installed as the luke-warm favorite for his race tomorrow at morning-line odds of 8-5.  Grade I winner Jackson Bend is the second choice at 2-1.

(March 9th)  Motion To Dismiss will make her next start in the second race at Turfway Park on Saturday, March 10th.  The race is 5 and 1/2 furlong sprint over the all weather track.  She will break from post position one in a seven horse field.  Jockey Matt Straight will be in the irons. Post time for the race is 1:39 PM (EST).

(March 9th)  Carrot Thief finished 4th in her two-turn debut.  She ran far back and came some at the end.  She looked like she had second place locked-up, but tired in the last few steps and allowed two horses to get by her right before the wire. 

(March 8th)  We plan to enter Motion To Dismiss this afternoon for two different races at Turfway Park on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.  Hopefully, one of the two races will go.

(March 8th)  Mucho Macho Man will make his next start on Saturday, March 10th in the Grade 2 Gulfstream Park Handicap Stakes at Gulfstream Park.  It is carded as the 8th race of the day.  Ramon Dominguez will be in the irons for the eight furlog rout on the dirt.  They break from post position #1 in a six horse field. Post time is 4:35 PM (EST).

(March 7th)  Witch Way North was not entered for her race today.  We'll look for another spot for her soon.

(March 7th)  We are planning to enter Motion To Dismiss tomorrow for two potential races at Turfway Park on Saturday.

(March 7th)  We are planning on entering Mucho Macho Man and possibly Witch Way North today for races at Gulfstream Park on Saturday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if they will be racing.  Witch Way North partners should log-in to their partner page for more details.

(March 6th)  Saint of Saints came out of his 2nd place debut in great shape.  He earned a Beyer figure of '80' for his effort.

(March 6th)  Prizemm will make her first start on Friday, March 9th in the 4th race at Aqueduct.  Carr will be the jock for the six furlong sprint on the inner track dirt.  They break from the outside post in an eight horse field.  Post time is 2:22 PM (EST).

(March 6th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Thursday, March 8th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Sam Comacho Jr. will be in the irons for the one mile route on the inner dirt track.  They break from post position #4 in a ten horse field.  Post time is 4:15 PM (EST).

(March 5th)  Saint of Saints made his debut a very memorable one Saturday, as he ran a great first race to finish an impressive 2nd. He  broke a little slow and was in 5th early.  He hussled up the rail and took a stalking position outside the leader and eventual winner.  The two of them pulled away and hit the six furlong pole in an eye-popping time of 1:09 flat.  The last furlong was a little too much for Saint of Saints, as he became tired and drifted out down the stretch.  The final time for the seven furlong dirt sprint was 1:22.3.  Saint of Saints was about two lengths behind the winner.

(March 5th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed in the mud over the weekend going three furlongs in an easy 40 seconds flat.

(March 5th)  We entered Motion To Dismiss yesterday for a race at Turfway Park on Friday, but once again the race was not used.  However, they did bring it back for Saturday, so we will enter her again on Thursday for the race on Saturday, March 10th.

(March 5th)  Mucho Macho Man was assigned 120 pounds for the race on Saturday.  Jackson Bend is the high-weight at 122 pounds.

(March 5th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed five furlongs in 58.4 seconds Friday morning according to the clockers at Gulfstream Park.  It was the bullet breeze of the day.  It was also his final serious prep for the Grade II Gulfstream Park H. Stakes on March 10th.

(March 2nd)  We entered Motion To Dismiss today for a race on Sunday, but the race was not used due to a lack of entries.  We'll look for another spot for her.

(March 2nd)  We plan to enter Motion To Dismiss this afternoon for a race on Sunday.  Check back late this afternoon to see if she will be racing.

(March 2nd)  Saint of Saints is a bit of a long-shot with morning-line odds of 8-1 for his debut tomorrow at Gulfstream Park.

(March 1st)  Saint of Saints will make his debut on Saturday, March 3rd in the 2nd race at Gulfstream Park.  Paco Lopez will be the pilot for the seven furlong sprint on the dirt.  They break from post position #2 in an eight horse field.  The race is a MSW with a purse of $46,600.  Post time is 1:33 PM (EST).

(March 1st)  We entered Witch Way North yesterday for a race on Saturday, but she did not get into the race.  The race over-filled.  We'll look for another spot for her.  We should have something for her in the next week or two.

(February 29th)  Can't Prove It is very very close to selling out.  Act quickly before you find yourself closed out.  He breezed from the starting gate in a swift 48.1 seconds yesterday morning and is very close to seeing his first race.

(February 29th)  Saint of Saints and Can't Prove It breezed together yesterday at Palm Meadows from the starting gate, going four furlongs in 48.1 seconds each.  They tied for the 4th fastest of 37 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 48.09. 

(February 29th)  Prizemm breezed five furlongs in 1:03 at Belmont yesterday morning.  We are pointing her towards her debut on March 9th, unless an extra race comes along sooner.

(February 28th)  Updates have been posted to the partner pages for Saint of Saints, Witch Way North and Motion To Dismiss.  Please log-on at your convenience to read these important updates.

(February 27th)  We want to thank Bill Shanklin of Horse Racing Business for his recent interview and feature on Dream Team Racing Stable. The write up was picked up by Forbes.com, Raceday 360 and several prominent web media outlets including the popular Dallas Morning News.  Click on the following link to read the interview:   http://www.horseracingbusiness.com/interview-with-dream-team-racing-8131.htm#more-8131

(February 27th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed six furlongs in 1:13.3 Friday at Gulfstream Park.  He is scheduled to have one more breeze in preparation for his race on March 10th.

(February 27th)  Carrot Thief finished third in her race at Aqueduct.  She was way back the whole race and made a big move to rally for the show spot.  It was another great effort for "the thief."

(February 24th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed four furlongs in 51.1 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY. 

(February 23rd)  Awesome's Eleven breezed four furlongs in 47.4 seconds at the Fair Grounds yesterday morning.  It was the 3rd fastest of 34 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 47.2 seconds.

(February 23rd)  Carrot Thief is the luke-warm second choice for her race at Aqueduct tomorrow at morning-line odds of 7-2.

(February 22nd)  Can't Prove It breezed four furlongs in 48.3 seconds yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.

(February 22nd)  Witch Way North breezed five furlongs on the turf, with the dogs up, in 1:04.3 at Palm Meadows yesterday morning.

(February 21st)  Senior Statesman returned to the track this morning and is doing well.  He will likely jog each morning for the next two weeks before he returns to galloping.

(February 21st)  Updates have been posted to the partner pages for Witch Way North and Can't Prove It.  Partners should log-on and read the updates at their convenience.

(February 20th)  Carrot Thief came out of her last race in great shape, so we entered her right back for a race.  She will make her next start on Friday, February 24th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  The race is a six furlong sprint on the inner dirt track.  Ramon Doninguez will be the new rider.  They break from post position #7 in an eleven horse field.  Post time is 4:15 PM.

(February 20th)  Saint of Saints breezed five furlongs in 1:02.1 from the starting gate Sunday morning at Palm Meadows.  It was the 17th fastest of 32 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 1:00.45.

(February 20th)  Civis Romanus has returned to training after a short turn-out.  He looks terrific and is doing great.

(February 17th)  Hoosier Hero, East Coast Express, Can't Prove It and Civis Romanus are all getting close to being sold out.  If you have an interest in any of these offerings, we encourage you to act now before it is too late.  Fair warning, all four are selling quickly.

(February 17th)  Mucho Macho Man is being pointed to the Grade II ($300,000) Gulfstream Park H. Stakes on March 10th at Gulfstream Park.

(February 17th)  Mucho Macho Man breezed an easy four furlongs in 48.1 seconds early this morning at Gulfstream Park.

(February 17th)  Carrot Thief finished a closing 2nd in her race at Aqueduct yesterday afternoon.  She ran in dead last most of the race, but made a speedy move starting at the 3/16 pole to pass eight horses from about twelve lengths back.  She easily won the 2nd place position, but ran out of real estate before she could get to the winner.  It was another great effort from "The Thief".

(February 16th)  Hoosier Hero broke from the gate by himself yesterday morning.  It was his second time breaking from the gate and he was much improved over his first effort, which he did in the company of another horse.  Looks like he learned much from his first attempt.

(February 16th)  Abandon Caution is coming along beautifully in his gate training.  Yesterday, he walked through the gate process with ease.

(February 16th)  Motion To Dismiss breezed an easy four furlongs on a muddy track in 53.2 seconds yesterday morning in Lexington, KY.

(February 15th)  Carrot Thief is the third choice in her race tomorrow at morning-line odds of 5-1.

(February 15th)  An important update has been posted to the partner page for Grand Encounter.

(February 14th)  Awesome's Eleven breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat yesterday morning at the Fair Grounds.  It was the 4th fastest of 47 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 48.80 seconds.

(February 14th)  Witch Way North breezed four furlongs on a yielding turf in 54.4 seconds yesterday morning at Palm Meadows.  It was the 19th fastest of 29 breezes at that distance.  The fastest breeze was 52.20 seconds.

(February 14th)  An update has been posted to the partner page for Senior Statesman.

(February 13th)  Carrot Thief will make her next start on Thursday, February 16th in the 9th race at Aqueduct.  Studart will be aboard for the six furlong sprint on the inner track.  They break from post position #2 in an eleven horse field.  Post time is 4:15 PM.

(February 13th)  Motion To Dismiss performed half a breeze on Friday, but was unable to complete the breeze due to a horse in front of her that lost its rider and ran wild.  She will breeze again later this week.

(February 10th)  Mucho Macho Man has been doing well since his win in the Sunshine Millions Classis.  Yesterday, he was allowed to open up a little bit down the stretch and he looks like he is ready to go forward in preparation for his next start.

(February 10th)  Motion To Dismiss is scheduled to breeze later this morning.

(February 9th)  All tax documents for 2011 have been mailed.  Please review your tax identification number on each statement and report any errors to James Culver by no later than February 24th.

(February 8th)  Hoosier Hero has been our fastest selling offering over the past few weeks.  He is close to being sold out.  If you have an interest in adding Hoosier Hero to your portfolio, please act quickly.  The remaining shares are going fast.

(February 7th)  Awesome's Eleven breezed four furlongs in 49.3 seconds yesterday morning at the Fair Grounds.

(February 7th)  Carrot Thief breezed five furlongs in 1:04.2 yesterday morning at Belmont.  We are watching the overnights as we wait for a race for her to come along.

(February 7th)  The race for Grand Encounter on Friday was not used by the racing office at the Fair Grounds.  We'll look for another spot for him.

(February 6th)  Winner's Circle Photo's of Mucho Macho Man's win in the Sunshine Millions Classic have been mailed.

(February 6th)  Senior Statesman breezed four furlongs in 49 seconds flat at Belmont Saturday morning.  It was the 11th fastest of 33 breezes at that distance.  All partners of Senior Statesman should visit your partner page for a very important update.

(February 6th))  A couple videos have been added to our YouTube channel for two of our very promising two year olds in training.  Hoosier Hero (Discreet Cat colt) and Abandon Caution (Fusaichi Pegasus colt) are doing great in Kentucky. Thesevideo clips were taken by a partner that visited them.  To view, simply click on the YouTube logo at the bottom right of our home page to enjoy.

(February 3rd)  We are pointing Grand Encounter to a race at the Fair Grounds on February 10th.

(February 3rd)  Abandon Caution is improving daily as he trains in Kentucky.  He is still growing each day and looks like he is going to be an average size horse when he is done growing.  He has a lot of heart and shows it each morning on the track.  We are just thrilled to have him in our stable.

(February 2nd)  Hoosier Hero went to the starting gate three times last week and looks like he has already mastered standing in the gate with both the back and front gates closed.  The long-striding colt has impressed many already with the ease and efficiency in which he moves.  He has a long fluid stride and looks like he might be something very special.  He is progressing very quickly.

(February 2nd)  We had the chance last week to visit the Nelson Jones Training Center in Ocala, FL and were able to watch both Evening Survivor and East Coast Express workout one morning.  Both are doing very well and progessing nicely.  We were very impressed with both horses and were equally impressed in how they were when dealing with the starting gate.  Both are doing wonderful.

(February 1st)  Mucho Macho Man came out of his win in the Sunshine Millions Classic in great shape.  He returned to the track yesterday and is doing very well.

(February 1st)  Motion To Dismiss two-minute licked yesterday morning.  See partner page for more deails.

(February 1st)  Senior Statesman did not breeze yesterday morning.  See partner page for more details.

(February 1st)  Carrot Thief breezed four furlongs in 51 seconds at Belmont yesterday morning.  See partner page for more details.

(January 31st)  Any Dream Team partner interested in ordering a winner's circle photo of Mucho Macho Man, can place an order by sending your request via email to .  The cost is $30 to Dream Team partners.  Please indicate the quantity of photo's desired in your email.

(January 31st)  Mucho Macho Man received an Equibase rating of '117' for his win in the Sunshine Millions Classic on Saturday.

(January 31st)  Grand Encounter breezed four furlongs in 50.2 seconds at the Fair Grounds yesterday morning.  It was the 26th fastest of 44 breezes at that distance.

(January 31st)  Both Carrot Thief and Senior Statesman are scheduled to breeze this morning at Belmont.  Motion To Dismiss is scheduled for a two-minute lick.  Check back late this morning/early this afternoon to see how they did.

(January 30th)  Several short videos have been added to our YouTube channel featuring Senior Statesman training for Bill Mott, Mucho Macho Man loading in to the gate and his winning stretch run during the Classic from a partner's view as well as a short clip of him during the day after looking great and on his toes. Also, Ramon Dominguez is being interviewed by HRTV following the victory. The videos can be enjoyed by clicking on the YouTube channel of our site's home page.

(January 30th)  Mucho Macho Man convincingly won the $400,000 Sunshine Millions Classic Saturday afternoon at Gulfstream Park. He went the nine furlong dirt route in 1:47.91, just slightly off the track record of 1:47.49 set by Quality Road.  He received a preliminary Beyer Speed figure of a '107' for his effort.  Congrats to all our partners of Mucho Macho Man.

(January 30th)  Our Mucho Macho Man partners were named "Owners Of The Week" by the the Thoroughbred Times Today.  Click on the link below and scroll down to page five to read about our partners receiving this honor. 

http://www.thoroughbredtimes.com/tt_today/TodayPortal/open-issue.aspx?a=YFWDW013012&b=info@dreamteamracingstable.com&c=email

 

 

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