New Jersey Breeding
New Jersey-bred Horologist made her first start since last fall’s Breeders’ Cup Distaff a winning one in the Top Flight Invitational at Aqueduct.
Pickin’ Time, a New Jersey-bred trained by Kelly Breen, scored in the Grade 3 Nashua Saturday and will look for Kentucky Derby points in the Remsen next.
Owners Cameron Beatty and his partners had to reach deep to supplement New Jersey-bred Horologist to the Breeders’ Cup. Is it her time?
Bridgetown Stakes winner Regally Irish, from the same family as Irish War Cry, could land next in the James Murphy on the Preakness undercard.
The state’s breeders have named Sunny Ridge top New Jersey-bred of 2016, with Irish War Cry top freshman.
New Jersey-bred Sunny Ridge too his second consecutive stakes win in today’s Stymie at Aqueduct.
New Jersey-bred Irish War Cry delivered an emphatic win in the Holy Bull Saturday and now looks to be a serious Kentucky Derby contender.
Undefeated sophomore Irish War Cry will tackle champion 2-year-old Classic Empire and graded winner Gunnevara in Saturday’s G2 Holy Bull.
Green Gratto snapped a losing streak in today’s G3 Toboggan Stakes at Aqueduct.
New Jersey-bred Sunny Ridge won the Jazil Stakes at Aqueduct yesterday over the same strip where he won last year’s Grade 3 Withers.
Off a difficult Monmouth Park meet and facing uphill battles to expand gaming in the state, New Jersey Thoroughbred interests face a challenging future.
New Jersey-bred Sunny Ridge has been installed as the second morning line choice for Saturday’s G3 Gotham Stakes at Aqueduct.
In the first of our profiles of Midlantic-bred Triple Crown nominees: Sunny Ridge, the NJ-bred Withers winner whose main objective, says his owner, is at Monmouth.
Sunny Ridge, a New Jersey-bred 3-year-old, gutted out a win in Saturday’s Withers Stakes and now is third on the Kentucky Derby points leaderboard.
The Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association of New Jersey will conduct its annual Stallion Season Auction beginning at 9:00 p.m. on January 15.
Our state-by-state review of breeding programs starts with New Jersey, where the industry hopes north Jersey casinos and sports betting will provide a boost.
What’s on tap: a Top Midlantic-bred tackles graded rivals, and more.
In our Midlantic weekend stakes wrap: Valid and Aye a Song win, and Stiffed rallies for third.
What’s on tap: a regional stake, a Top Midlantic-bred, and a region-bred in graded company.