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Atchata dominant in stakes victory; Apriority now a top 5 first-crop sire

Atchata once again advertised the merits of her young sire Apriority in scintillating style on Saturday when running out the impressive winner of the D. S. Shine Futurity at Evangeline. The filly, the good winner of her maiden at Belmont Park for Steve Asmussen last month, is the sole runner by her young sire to date,…

New stakes score for Prince Of Hempt; dam bought for $20,000

Prince Of Hempt made it four out of five on Saturday with a brave score in the Carl Hanford Memorial Stakes at Delaware Park. The four-year-old, who smashed through the $200,000 barrier in earnings, is an excellent update for his dam, Promised Treasure, who was purchased by Chad Schumer for $20,000 on behalf of breeder Don…

Livonia looks another smart filly for Banga Ridge

Limonaia kicked off her career in the best possible style for Mark Casse on Saturday when landing her debut, a maiden special weight on the Queen’s Plate undercard at Woodbine. In doing so, the daughter of Lemon Drop Kid served notice that she could one day progress to the level of her sister, Group 3…

Soldier’s Call wins the Windsor Castle at Royal Ascot; dam bought for $15,000

Soldier’s Call, out of $15,000 Schumer Bloodstock purchase Dijarvo, proved that he was a colt out of the top drawer at Royal Ascot with a highly impressive victory in the Listed Windsor Castle Stakes. READ MORE ABOUT SOLDIER’S CALL AND HIS BREEDER DAVID HODGE IN THIS ARTICLE IN THE RACING POST. Sent off at 12/1…

Atchata becomes first winner for Apriority

IT hasn’t taken long for Elite Thoroughbreds’ Apriority to make his mark. The son of Grand Slam, who was retired to stand at Elite in a deal co-brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock and Bradley Thoroughbred Brokerage, was represented by his first winner on Friday when Atchata – his first runner – scored in a…

Soldiers Call to Royal Ascot; dam purchased for $15,000

Soldiers Call is en route to Royal Ascot after showing his rivals a clean pair of heels in a competitive novice at Haydock on Thursday. Returning after a highly promising runner-up effort on debut for trainer Archie Watson, the son of Showcasing made all under Danny Tudhope and ran on strongly to win with authority.…

Second win on the bounce for Home Base

Promising three-year-old Home Base continued his progression on Saturday with a tough victory in the 7f allowance at Churchill Downs. Lining up off the back of a good win at Keeneland, the Street Sense colt stalked the leaders in third, moved to challenge for the lead while three wide approaching the stretch and outbattled favored…

$10,000 yearling lands Europe’s richest ever dirt race

Champion Victor Kalejs, who was bought for just $10,000 by Chad Schumer as a yearling, added another big race win to his resume on Monday when striking in the Listed SEK Pramms Memorial at Jagersro in Sweden. With a prize fund of SKr1,200,000, the event was Europe’s richest ever race run on dirt. The son of…

Repeat stakes win for Save Big Money mare

Consistent racemare Inagoodway repeated in the More Than Even Stakes at Will Rogers on Tuesday, scoring by a length in the contest over Fiddlers Tsunami. The daughter of Save Big Money, who was purchased by Chad Schumer as a stallion prospect on behalf of Mighty Acres, boosted her record to eight wins for close to…

Galton and Saham run one-two in hot CD allowance

The ultra tough Galton was in the winners circle again on the Kentucky Oaks undercard at Churchill Downs on Friday as the winner of a competitive allowance at the expense of G3 winner Saham. Schumer Bloodstock purchased not only Galton’s dam, Nibbana, for just $27,000 in 2015 but also Saham, who cost $100,000 as a…