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He will begin his stud duties next year. [Read More]
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Triple Crown winner Justify arrives at Ashford Stud, where he will stand stud in his retirement. [Read More]
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Justify arrived at Coolmore's Ashford Stud on Monday. [Read More]
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Despite long odds, buying a horse in a claiming race could be a cheap route to the Triple Crown winner's circle. [Read More]
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American Pharoah's daughter became a $1.2 million horse at Keeneland on Tuesday on what was an emotional day for other reasons.        ... [Read More]
Before the Tigers' Miguel Cabrera broke a 45-year drought in 2012, there hadn't been a Triple Crown winner since Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski pulled... [Read More]
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WinStar Farm is finalizing a deal with Coolmore America to stand Triple Crown winner Justify. [Read More]
LEXINGTON, Ky- The long-anticipated deal between the owners of Justify and Coolmore America regarding the Triple Crown winner's stallion career is being finalized, WinStar Farm... [Read More]
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Maker's Mark has announced it is releasing a commemorative bottle featuring the Triple Crown winner. [Read More]
Premium Kentucky bourbon Maker's Mark is releasing a commemorative bottle to honor 2018 Triple Crown winner Justify. [Read More]
Maker's Mark has announced it is releasing a new commemorative bottle honoring Triple Crown Winner Justify. [Read More]
The commemorative bottle pays tribute to Justify's accomplishments. [Read More]
Triple Crown winning horse Justify is headed for retirement.Trainer Bob Baffert announced Wednesday that, though he had hoped to get Justify racing again, ankle issues... [Read More]
Triple Crown winner Justify led all the way at Saturday's Belmont Stakes, but controversy arose Sunday after some raised questions about the role of another... [Read More]
It's known as the "Superbowl" of horse sales, but instead of helmeted hardmen it is royals and millionaires who lock horns at Keeneland to snap... [Read More]
It's known as the "Superbowl" of horse sales, but instead of helmeted hardmen it is royals and businessmen who lock horns at Keeneland to snap... [Read More]
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