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Zenyatta and Street Boss have found common ground in their recent winning streaks over the synthetic surfaces on the southern California circuit; both are by Street Cry and are each aiming to tack on a Breeders’ Cup victory 

Zenyatta (on the left of the picture), the amazon filly owned by music industry mogul Jerry Moss and his wife, Ann, has wasted no time propelling her late-blooming career to Number

E Dubai three-year-old successful on Stakes debut at Del Mar

Kilderry stepped up to Stakes company for the first time on Wednesday, putting in a battling peformance to win the Listed Oceanside Stakes over a mile on the firm Del Mar turf.

A regular look at promising maidens by Darley sires. This week: E Dubai colt Smart Enuf

Tom Durkin made the call: “Smart Enuf has given them the slip!” E Dubai's blaze-faced sophomore accelerated into the Belmont’s inner turf course lane and dominated

Freshmen Consolidator and Offlee Wild are represented by 13 lots in the new sires' showcase as the yearling season gets underway at Fasig-Tipton

Thirteen lots by Offlee Wild and Consolidator are among the shortlist of preferred yearlings sired by G1-winning

Zenyatta remains unbeaten in the Vanity while Street Boss shows his class in the Triple Bend; Cherokee Run sires Listed winner

There are many in Hollywood who might be proclaimed as ‘stars’ but on Saturday there can be only one stallion given ‘star’ status.

Street Cry colt Summer Doldrums proves his name all wrong when winning the Listed Presque Isle Mile Stakes

Street Cry colt, Summer Doldrums recorded his sixth victory on Friday when winning the Listed Presque Isle Mile S

Elusive Quality colt celebrates second Stakes victory and fourth consecutive win with Listed prize

Native Ruler stormed to his fourth victory in a row when winning the Listed Iowa Sprint Handicap over six furlongs (1200m) at Prairie Meadows on Saturday.

A regular look at promising maiden winners by Darley sires. This week: Desert Party by Street Cry

On June 22, precocious Desert Party stepped out at first asking to mark the first win for

Delaware River proves age is no barrier to success when scoring his fourteenth win at the age of seven

Quiet American seven-year-old Delaware River has now notched 51 career starts, his most recent being a win in