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2/15/15 - Happy Birthday, Slew

Happy birthday to the most complete Thoroughbred to grace our world. We love and miss you every day.

All our love,

The Slew Crew
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1/26/15 - Taylors to Disperse Stable

Read Lenny Shulman's article posted on the Blood-Horse website today: Final Call for Taylors of Seattle Slew Fame.... [more]

6/7/14 - Tonalist Amazes in Belmont; Three of Top Five Related to Slew

When TONALIST (Tapit) romped in the Peter Pan Stakes (G2) at Belmont Park one week after California Chrome (Lucky Pulpit) won the Kentucky Derby (G1), few may have guessed that the bay colt conditioned by a "turf" trainer would come back one month later in his second stakes attempt and battle for a classic victory. The brilliant colt did just that, though, in the 146th renewal of the Belmont Stakes (G1) and was once again followed across the wire by Commissioner (A.P. Indy), the Peter Pan runner-up, who this time was only a head back in second after setting most of the pace in the marathon $1.5 million test on June 7.


5/17/14 - California Chrome Unstoppable in Preakness

Seattle Slew's great-great-grandson CALIFORNIA CHROME (Lucky Pulpit) captured the second jewel of the Triple Crown May 17 with an impressive victory in the $1.5 million Preakness Stakes (G1) at Pimlico and earned the right to stand on the edge of glory. In three weeks, he'll have a chance to run in the Belmont Stakes (G1) and see if he has what it takes to become the 12th Triple Crown winner.

The flashy chestnut colt broke near flawlessly from post number 3 and used some early speed to clear most of his nine competitors before passing the finish line for the first time. Settling as he headed to the first turn, Cal... [more]

5/11/14 - Imagining Wires Man o'War Foes for First Grade 1

Regally bred IMAGINING (Giant's Causeway) captured his first Grade 1 event on May 11 when he led every step of the way to win the $400,000 Man o'War Stakes (G1) by three-quarters-of-a-length.

The six-year-old horse faced off against five other turf stars in the well-regarded test. Breaking well, Imagining and a pair of challengers took off for the lead, with the eventual winner maintaining a slight lead. He cruised through an opening quarter-mile in :23 4/5 and then slowed his tempo down to record splits of :49, 1:13 3/5 and 1:38. Challenged again in the stretch, the chestnut horse refused to back down as he ran 1... [more]


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