West Virginia Breeding
While the just-released report of of mares bred showed essentially flat national numbers, the MId-Atlantic saw a 15% drop.
The combination of his sire Fiber Sonde and mares by Indian Charlie has been a major factor in John McKee’s recent success – and that looks to be continuing.
Stakes winners Hello Hot Rod and Pickin’ Time are among six horses bred in the Mid-Atlantic who have been nominated to the Triple Crown.
Aldrin, a three-quarter brother to Tapit by Malibu Moon, will stand stud at West Virginia’s O’Sullivan Farms.
A trio of West Virginia-breds took their show on the road in the last week, winning at major tracks across the country.
13-year-old Candy One starred on WVBC night at Charles Town. Though a middling racer, she’s an all-star broodmare and the dam of two horses that won Saturday.
Slip the Cable dominated the WVBC Classic yesterday at Charles Town, on a night when the event set a handle record — and he wasn’t the only one to have a good night.
Our state-by-state review of breeding programs continues with West Virginia, whose industry faces casino competition and uncertain state support.
What’s on tap: stakes action at Charles Town and Parx, a big day at Laurel, and a top Midlantic-bred in action.
Four members of October’s Top Midlantic-bred Poll are in action this Breeders’ Cup weekend.
Saturday’s West Virginia Breeders Classics (WVBC) is the state’s “Super Bowl Saturday” of racing, said one participant, and it’s about helping others.
Trainer Jeff Runco hit a rare grand slam Saturday night, taking four stakes on West Virginia Breeders Classics night, including the first three races.
It’s West Virginia Breeders Classics night. Here’s our coverage, in one handy place.
What’s on tap: the West Virginia Breeders Classics, a PA-bred stake, and a Virginia-bred in graded company.
In Saturday’s $150,000 WVBC Cavada, a bevy of contenders look to take charge of Charles Town’s distaff division.
Saturday’s $500,000 WV Breeders Classic will feature yet another clash between Lucy’s Bob Boy and Russell Road — spiced up by a talented supporting cast.
Owner/breeder/trainer John McKee has plenty of reasons to be optimistic in the upcoming West Virginia Breeders Classic.
Grade 1 winners Stellar Wind and Dame Dorothy and Stellar Wind are at the head of the Top Midlantic-bred Poll class for September.
For Ruby Notion — a West Virginia-bred trained by Wesley Ward — the future looks bright after a sharp Monmouth stakes score and a useful trip to England.