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Emphatic victory for E Dubai filly at Oaklawn: Street Sounds runner-up in G2 Vinery Madison Stakes

E Dubai filly Buy The Barrel increased her impressive winning record with a five-and-a-half length romp in the $100,000 Bayakoa Stakes at Oaklawn Park on April 9.

Zenyatta is latest G1 winner  for Street Cry; Cherokee Run colt books his Kentucky Derby ticket with G2 Illinois Derby win

Four-year-old Street Cry filly Zenyatta maintained a clean sweep in her four careers starts to date with victory in the G1 Apple B

Desert Code (E Dubai) takes Joe Hernandez Stakes, new Stakes winner for Cherokee Run

It was a successful Saturday’s racing for two Darley stallions on March 22, with Stakes winners for both E Dubai and Cherokee Run.

Consistent Holy Bull colt takes his second Stakes contest of the year

The admirably consistent Liberty Bull, by Darley stallion Holy Bull, recorded his second Stakes victory on Sunday

Songster to return to training

Songster will be taken out of service and put back into training due to undetermined fertility issues.

Nationhood takes Coyote Handicap at Turf Paradise

Nationhood, a six-year-old son of Darley America stallion Cherokee Run, recorded his second Stakes win and sixth career win overall on March 9 when landing the Coy

Darley welcomes Pyro to roster upon completion of racing career

Winchell Thoroughbred’s Pyro, impressive winner of yesterday’s Louisiana Derby (G2), and one of the favorites for this year’s Kentucky D

Godolphin's Elusive Quality colt victorious in Dubai

Godolphin have been enjoying a magnificent campaign during this year’s Dubai Carnival and on Super Thursday the boys in blue further added to their winners’ tally in style, courtesy of Elus

Cherokee Run provided American racing with its top-rated juvenile colt in 2007, the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner War Pass, who headed the Experimental Free Handicap weights. Meanwhile, another son of Cherokee Run, Kafwain, who stands right alongside dad at Darley America, made a solid start to his stud career with four Stakes winners from his first crop

2007 was a boom year for Darley America stallions, with the outstanding campaign enjoyed by Street Cry's first crop Kentucky Derby