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The most successful Iowa-owned thoroughbred ever has been retired from racing because of an ankle injury suffered while winning Saturday's Dixie Handicap. Paddy O'Prado is owned by an 11-person partnership that included 10 current or former Iowans.
Watch new and archived Preakness videos Analysis: Expect Boreal Forest to set the early fractions, as he has in his previous starts. He will have less competition on the lead than in previous efforts...Issues and Answers comes in off just a maiden
Champagne d'Oro, winner of the Grade I Acorn and Test, was timed by the Churchill clockers going five furlongs in 593/5 seconds second-fastest of 34 at the distance under Miguel Mena, who will ride the 3-year-old filly in the Filly & Mare Sprint.
Winchester earned a trip to the Nov. 6 Breeders' Cup Turf at Churchill Downs, closing from last over boggy grass to capture Belmont Park's $500,000, Grade I Joe Hirsch Turf Classic by a length over favored Paddy O'Prado. The 3-year-old Paddy O'Prado
Paddy O'Prado will have an international challenge when he starts in Saturday's $400,000 Secretariat Stakes at Arlington Park outside Chicago. Paddy O'Prado, whose 11 owners include 10 Iowans, has established himself as the nation's leading 3-year-
Paddy O'Prado, with Kent Desormeaux aboard, won the Colonial Turf Cup Stakes at Colonial Downs on Saturday, June 19, 2010. (Photo by Jeff Coady / Coady Photography) When last seen earlier this spring, Paddy O'Prado scored a third-place finish in the
Paddy OPrado stormed down the stretch to win Saturdays $500,000 Colonial Turf Cup in Virginia, the richest race ever won by an Iowan-owned thoroughbred. Paddy OPrado, whose 11 owners include 10 current or former Iowa residents, was making his first
Paddy O'Prado will switch surfaces when he returns to the races June 19. The 3-year-old colt, whose owners include 10 current or former Iowans, was third in the Kentucky Derby and sixth in the Preakness Stakes on dirt tracks. He will return to racing
Reporters from around the Tribune family tackle the question of the day, then you get a chance to leave a comment and tell them why they are wrong. John Cherwa, Los Angeles Times The smart thing when handicapping the Kentucky Derby is to throw out
Jerry Crawford, whose Paddy O'Prado will run in Saturday's Preakness Stakes, grew up on an Iowa farm...The first of his family to attend college, young Crawford kept giving his grandparents reasons for pride...Crawford mixed his early legal career