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  • 08/10/2018

    Keane Stud

    217 Depot Road, Amenia, N.Y. 12501-5848.

    10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 27.

    Food and refreshments; stallion season raffle.

  • IRISH CAPITAL by DUBLIN wins 2nd in a row at Remington Park

    The Dublins win all over. Racing 6 furlongs at Remington Park, Oklahoma Bred IRISH CAPITAL  won his third race, his second in a row, for owner Stephen R Baker and trainer  M Brent: Davidson. he has earned over $8s,000.

  • 2yo CAOIMHE by DUBLIN graduates at Aqueduct

     2-year-old filly CAOIMHE  trained by James T. Ryerson came wide and got up in the very last jump to break his maiden at Aquedut. It was her third start. The filly is owned by  Edward C. Potash and was bred by Cedar Ridge Farm LLC.

  • I MISS MY FATHER by DUBLIN graduates at Aqueduct

    Going 6 furlongs at Aqueduct and off as the heavy favorite  I MISS MY FATHER dug in and wired the field to graduate by a neck. He is owned by New Suffolk Racing and Linda Rice and is trained by his co-owner Linda Rice. The 3-year-old gelding was bred by Stone Bridge Farm, LLC.

  • 1 winner + FLEET IRISH by DUBLIN adds black type at Aqueduct

    FLEET IRISH (Dublin) came out of the clouds at Aqueduct to break his maiden first out late in his two-year-old year. At 3,  he has been often on the board in his 1X allowance condition and won it this fall for owner Joseph F. Fowler. Today he added black type to his resume running third in the Stallion Stakes Series.  He has earned over $141,000.

    On the same day, three-year-old filly FAIRE MI won for the third time for owner Paulette French and trainer Carl Doran. She is approaching $50,000 in earnings.

  • IWISHIRISH by DUBLIN wins her second

    IWISHIRISH, showed herself not fond of the whip, but won off by almost 6  lengths to break her maiden at Saratoga. She raced 7 furlongs on the dirt. She won her second for new connections owner  M and M Racing and trainer  Robertino Diodoro racing 6 furlongs at Aqueduct.   She was bred by Spendthrift Farm LLC.

  • 2yo OFFLEE IRISH graduates in a MSW

    2yo filly OFFLEE IRISH, graduated at Finger Lakes sprinting 5 1/2 furlongs. She ran wide but out of trouble and cleared the filed for the win. She had been 2nd in her first start, This was her third. She is trained by Jacqueline Falk and owned by Gold Bear Farm. The filly's breeder is Charles E. Festa Jr.

  • IRISH CAPITAL by DUBLIN wins at Remington Park

    Sprinting 5 1/2 furlongs at Remington Park, Oklahoma Bred IRISH CAPITAL got his nose on the wire first and won his second race for owner Stephen R Baker and trainer  M Brent: Davidson. he has earned over $54,000.

  • CHESTER MON wins by over 8 in allowance company

    CHESTER MON broke his maiden by 9 widening lengths at Belterra Park earlier this year. Since then he has raced at Churchill, Ellis and Thistledown. Running for new connections at Mountaineer, the KY Bred won in allowance company sprinting 5 1/2 furlongs. He fired on the turn and drew off to win by over 8 lengths.  He is owned by Jerry Laria and trained by Gary L. Johnson.

  • SAINT ALFRED by DUBLIN adds another win - his 5th in 10 starts!

    MA Bred SAINT ALFRED has been cleaning up in stakes company at Suffolk Downs. Now back at Finger Lakes, he added his 5th win from 10 starts and raised his earnings to $143,661. He has won 50% of his starts!   SAINT ALFRED is owned by  Joseph DiRico and is trained by Karl M. Grusmark. 

  • BUSY DAY for DUBLIN: 3 winners

    DUBLIN RUCKUS broke his maiden at Finger Lakes in his second start :He went off the favorite and won going a mile and 70 as expected. He is owned by Saul J Kupferberg and bred by Saul Kupferberg & Max Kupferberg . The three-year-old gelding is trained by Michael Ferraro. Far to the north and west, IRISH GOLD broke his maiden at Century Downs and FAIRE MI won her second - this one at Delaware Park.

  • NEW 2 YO winner for DUBLIN

    Sprinting 5 1/2 furlongs at Finger Lakes, LIL DUBLIN broke his maiden in his second start, shaking clear and holding on to score by a head. He was bred by Dr. Michael Gallivan & Cheryl Prudhomme and is owned by James T Wright, and Samantha Vitalone.  He is trained by co-owner James T Wright,

  • GOATS TOWN by DUBLIN wins in allowance company at Keeneland

    Going 1 1/16 on the turf at Keeneland, 4-year-old GOATS TOWN (c, 4, Dublin--A. P. Petal, by A.P. Indy).was reserved early and then came around to clear the field and inch away in deep stretch. He is a homebred for Calument Farm and is trained by Dublin's trainer D. Wayne Lukas. He has  earned  $268,301 with the following lifetime record: 27-3-6-4

  • DR BLARNEY by DUBLIN adds more black type

    DR BLARNEY was busy the last 2 last montha annexing stakes races at Suffolk and adding a win at Delaware Park. Back at Suffolk, he ran third in the 7-1/2fT Thomas F Moran S.  MSW DR BLARNEY has earned over $344,000 and he has won an incredible 11 of 15 starts with 2 thirds thrown in!

  • DUBLINTHEPLEASURE wins allowance

    DUBLINTHEPLEASURE had time off and returned to the races in July of this year following his maiden win last fall. In his three 2017 allowance starts he has been on the board in all. Today once he cleared the field, he won his non winners of 2  allowance condition under wraps. He is owned by James Fahey  and William D. Hart, Sr and is trained by Jeremiah C. Englehart. The 3 year old colt was bred by Mr. & Mrs. Grant Whitmer.

  • 2 yo IRISH VALOR by DUBLIN graduates in a MSW

    Going a mile in a MSW, 2 year old IRISH VALOR, was blocked and steadied but he still got through to break his maidein at Finger Lakes for trainer/owner  M. Anthony Ferraro. He is also owned by Elliot Wells and Robert Kuzmins. His breeder is Joe M. Thomson.

  • 2 winners for DUBLIN

    DR BLARNEY was busy last month annexing stakes races at Suffolk. This month he started off by winning at Delaware Park.  MSW DR BLARNEY has earned over $338,620 and he has won an incredible 11 of 15 starts with a third thrown in! 

    Way to the north at Marquis Downs, DUBLIN DAY won the Saskatchewan Derby for owner Duane Antoine trainer Robbin Martens and breeder Calumet Farm.

  • SAINT ALFRED wins 2nd stakes in a row

    MA Bred SAINT ALFRED has been cleaning up at Suffolk Downs and today he won his second stakes race in a row - this time the John Kirby S for owner/breeder Joseph DiRico and trainer Karl M. Grusmark. He tracked behind and then swung wide for the win. SAINT ALFRED has won half of his 8 starts and earned $119,661.

  • IWISHIRISH by DUBLIN graduates at Saratoga

    IWISHIRISH, showed herself not fond of the whip, but won off by almost 6  lengths to break her maiden at Saratoga. She raced 7 furlongs on the dirt  for owner Clark O. Brewster and trainer  Steven M. Asmussen. She was bred by Spendthrift Farm LLC

  • DR BLARNEY by DUBLIN runs away with another stakes win - by 8 3/4

    DR BLARNEY does it again - annexing another stakes at Suffolk. This time he ran off with the Last Dance S going a mile and 70 yards - he won by almost 9 lengths virtually as he pleased. DiRico owned and bred  MA Breds trained by Karl Grusmark are winning right and left at Suffolk downs this summer. MSW DR BLARNEY has earned over $317,000 and he has won an incredible 10 of 14 starts with a third thrown in! 

  • SHAMROCKER wins handicap in Seoul Korea

    SHAMROCKER won a Handicap ($96k), four lengths as the 3-10 favorite at Seoul, Korea. He was a $67,000 Ylg  at 14 FTNAUG

  • DR. BLARNEY takes the Rise Jim at Suffolk by 9

    Taking advantage of the Sufflolk Downs meet, DiRico owned and bred  MA Breds trained by Karl Grusmark are winning right and left. Today MSW DR BLARNEY swooped in to score in the Rise Jim by 9 lengths. He has earned over $286,000. 

  • KING ALFRED takes the African Prince at Suffolk Downs

    A stakes winner already at two, three year old KING ALFRED shipped to Suffolk Downs for the African Prince S and going off the heavy favorite with a stable mate, he won it racing 6 furlongs on the dirt. He angled in to the rail at got up for the win - his third in 7 starts. KING ALFRED is  a homebred for Joseph DiRico and is trained by Karl Grusmark.

  • DUBLIN'S DAY graduates at Northland

    3 year old DUBLIN'S DAY traveled far west and north to Northland Park where he broke his maiden in his third start  for owner  Duane Antoine  and trainer Robbin Martens. He was bred in KY by Calumet. 


    When DUBLINYOURMONEY broke his maiden, Calvin Borel did not even skim the rail with him, but  the colt took off for a very easy win, geared down in the stretch. For his second win, Calvin did employ his rail affinity and DUBLINYOURMONEY squeaked through inside and then hung on gamely for the win. He is owned by Charles Cella and is trained by  Mike W. Johnson and has earned  $52,806.

  • FRIENDSHIP by DUBLIN wins in Singapore

    Going off the favorite at Singapore in race 8 yesterday was FRIENDSHIP. He did not disappoint and cleared the field and drew off in the stretch. He is owbed by REDCAP & KENNY TAN STABLE and is trained by John F. O'Hara.


  • SW DR BLARNEY by DUBLIN wins his 8th from 12 starts!

     Joseph DiRico MA Bred MSW DR. BLARNEY won in allowance company at Finger Lakes. It was his 8th win from 12 starts!! He has earned $256,520 .

  • DUBLIN PUB graduates from the maiden ranks

    DUBLIN PUB came around horses and then romped to the wire to win by over 5 lengths going 6 furlongs at Finger Lakes. He is an homebre forJoemar Racing Stables, LLC and is traied by Daniel H. Conway, Jr.

  • CHESTER MON by DUBLIN takes MSW by 8 3/4

    KY Bred CHESTER MON drew off to break his maiden in a MSW at Belterra Park by almost 9 lengths. He vied three wide out of the gate and then just sailed off on his own to the wire. CHESTER MON is trained bvy Susan L. Anderson and owned by  Allied Racing Stable, LLC. He was bred by Shadynook Farm.

  • DUBLIN colt goes in 10 flat at OBS June

    Offered by Las Palmas Farm as Hip 20, the handsome colt breezed an 1/8 in 10 flat. He is out of a stakes placed Freud mare and is a NY Bred. CLICK LINK TO WATCH BREEZE

  • KING DUBLIN wins his 5th

    KING DUBLIN had to come 4 wide all the way around but he got his nose on the wire first to win in moving up into allowance company at FInger Lakes. It was his fifth win lifetime and his earnings stand at over $62,000. He is owned by B. T. Racing and trained by Chris J. Englehart.

  • TIL WE MEET AGAIN by DUBLIN graduates at Belmont

    Owned and trained by Gaston Grant and bred by Stonegate Stables LLC & Harry L. Landry, the nicely named TIL WE MEET AGAIN overcame some trouble at the start which left him at the back of the pack and then made a sweeping move and a dash to the wire to hold off another closer to break his maiden at Belmont. He was racing 6 furlongs on the dirt.

  • DUBLINYOURMONEY by DUBLIN graduates at Churchill

     Calvin Borel did not even skim the rail with him, but DUBLINYOURMONEY took off for a very easy win, geared down in the stretch, to break his maiden going a mile on the dirt at Churchill. He is owned by Charles Cella and is trained by  Mike W. Johnson

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  • CELTIC CHAOS by DUBLIN takes another allowance race

    CELTIC CHAOS brushed the gate hard enough at the start to put him trailing the field racing in allowance company at Aqueduct. With about 1/2 a mile to go in his 6 1/2 furlong race, he picked up the pace, split horses and got up for the win - his 4th. Stakes placed in the Hollie Hughes this winter, CELTIC CHAOS is wonderfully consistant and has earned over $260,000 for his connections owner Zilla Stables, breeder Spendthrift Farm and trainer Kiaran P. McLaughlin.

  • TAOISEACH by DUBLIN wins again

    Ultra consistent, multiple stakes placed TAOISEACH won again at Aqueduct. He is approaching a quarter of a million dollars in earnings. When given his cue, TAOISEACH went after the leader and wore him down for the win. He was claimed out of the race and we wish his new owners the best of racing luck.

  • DUVALIN DREAM by DUBLIN graduates at Tampa

    3 year old gelding DUVALIN DREAM wanted the lead on the inside right after the break and soon got it. He kept the field at bay and hit the wire a length and a half to the good. He raced 7 furlongs on the dirt, Bred in Louisinana, he is trained by Jacob Palacios Molina
    and owned by Jose Guadalupe De-Anda.

  • MI FAIRE by DUBLIN wins 2nd time out

    MI FAIRE, a 3 year old filly owned by Paulette French and trained by Carl Doran, dueled to the wire gamely to graduate going a mile and 70 at Penn National. She was allowed to settle behind horses, made up ground willingly when asked, and then challenged the leader while hard against the rail and prevailed in deep stretch.

  • FLEETING GOLD by DUBLIN graduates at Aqueduct

    FLEETING GOLD splashed to a win at Aqueduct going 6 furlongs on the winter track. He spun off the inside to clear the field and break his maiden. The 3 year old gelding is owned by Jeffrey S Englehart  and Frank Fiumera and his trained by his part owner Jeffrey S Englehart,

  • CELTIC CHAOS by DUBLIN added more black-type

    4 year old Celtic Chaos garnered another stakes placing in the Hollie Hughes S  and pushed his earnings of $213,000. He fought gamely to the wire and lost by only a neck. Trained by Kiaran P. McLaughlin, he is owned by Zilla Racing Stables. 

  • 02/11/2017

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  • 02/11/2017
  • DUBLIN GIRL gains her first stakes win

    DUBLIN GIRL reeled in her rivals en route to a four-length victory to break her maiden this month.  Taking on stakes company in the Maddie May at Aqueduct, she saved ground throughout staying just behind the early leaders. She awaited racing room turning for home, and split horses into the stretch to register her first stakes win. She has earned $110,000 plus Breeder's Awards for her connections Joemar Racing Stables LLC.

    "She's learning and maturing," winning trainer Dominick Schettino said. "She's handled two turns very well. Her running style isto sit back and stay off the pace. I'm very happy with the race, she ran well." 

  • NORMANDY INVASION'S first foal arrives

    NORMANDY INVASION sired his first foal Jan. 14, when a chestnut filly was born at Hilltop Stables in Deposity, NY.  The filly is out of Miss Doc Holiday (Harlan's Holiday). "She is a big, strong filly with good bone, lots of leg and an attractive head," said breeder Carl Bennett. 

  • Watch for this DUBLIN filly!

    LEAD US TO THE BAR has not been off the board in 3 starts. She was second first out, broke he maiden in a MSW in her next start and liked the winner's circle so much she won again in her third start lifetime. The Rudy R. Rodriguez trainee has to overcome traffic to get up for the win but had little trouble once clear. She is owned by   Michael Dubb, Bethlehem Stables LLC and The Elkstone Group LLC
    and was bred by Spendthrift Farm LLC.

  • OPEN HOUSE JANUARY 21: 10 - 2

    Annual open house Jan. 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET. Refreshments and food will  be featured along with the annual Stallion Season Lottery.

  • LAPULGA by DUBLIN gets the new year off with a win

    LAPULGA went to the lead early and cleared to win going a mile and 70 on a sloppy track at Tampa Bay. The race was orignally carded at a mile on the turf.  LAPULGA has been knocking at the gate for owner Cristino Dominguez she is trained by Margaret Wetherington.

  • DUBLIN GIRL graduates at Aqueduct

    DUBLIN GIRL was made an 8-5 favorite off two prior on the board finishes and she broke well and found a good spot fourth throughthe half. Going a mile and seventu on the inner track,she  angled into the clear at the three-sixteenths marker and reeled in her rivals en route to a four-length victory. She has earned $50,000 for her owner/breeder Joemar Racing Stables, LLC (NY).

  • SAINT ALFRED by DUBLIN becomes a SW

     SAINT ALFRED, a two year old Joseph DiRicio homebred wore down another DiRicio homebred in deep stretch to annex the Norman Hall S at Finger Lakes. He is a new SW for his sire

  • MSW Dr. BLARNEY by DUBLIN wins her 7th!

     Joseph DiRico MA Bred MSW DR. BLARNEY won in allowance company at Finger Lakes. It was his 7th win from 10 starts and he has earned over $237,000

  • THE EAGLE IS GONE by DUBLIN graduates at Aqueduct

    THE EAGLE IS GONE overcame a severe bump early and recovered quickly to go on and clear the filed to win in her third start for trainer  Emron Ibrahim and owner Ramdat Rohan 

  • FLEET IRISH graduates at Aqueduct

    FLEET IRISH came out of the clouds at Aqueduct to break his maiden first out for trainer George Weaver and owner Joseph F. Fowler


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