Our 2018 Saratoga meet started with a bang, as Daddy Is A Legend returned to the winners circle on opening day after a commanding win in the G3 Lake George Stakes.
After making a triumphant return to the races on June 23rd off of a seven month layoff, Majestic Dunhill overcame traffic trouble to take the My Frenchman Stakes at Monmouth Park yesterday.
Making his third start of 2018 for new trainer Kelly Rubley, the venerable gelding overcame a bobble at the break to circle the field and record his sixth lifetime win in the G3 Arlington Handicap.
Charles Fipke’s homebred, Bee Jersey, ran his win streak to four and captured his first win at the highest level when holding on bravely to take the G1 Met Mile today at Belmont Park.
Sent off as the favorite and allowed an uncontested lead, training and quarantine grad Bee Jersey notched his first stakes score at Lone Star Park on May 6th in the G3 Steve Sexton Mile.
Foaled and raised at Margaux for Anita Nesser and her BHMFR LLC, Weiland got our 2-year old season off to a quick and successful start.
Earning her third win in a row and second consecutive stakes race, Divine Miss Grey won the one mile Heavenly Prize Invitational Stakes by six and three quarter lengths.
Margaux freshening, training and quarantine grad Kimbear has found his form in Dubai, taking the Burj Nahaar Sponsored By Emirates Holidays (G3) at Meydan on Super Saturday.
After a successful 2yo campaign that saw her victorious in the G3 Jimmy Durante Stake at Del Mar and named a TDN rising star after her impressive maiden win, DADDY IS A LEGEND is back to work at Margaux Farm.
Margaux Farm starting and training graduate Defining Hope turned in another stellar performance on Saturday night to take the ITOBA Stallion Season Fillies Stake at Indiana Grand by over 11 lengths.
May was a fantastic month for Margaux Farm graduates, with 16 individual runners finding their way to the winner’s circle.