Commanding Curve wins at Churchill Downs

Multiple Graded Stakes Placed COMMANDING CURVE, second in the Kentucky Derby G1, has not been out since his start in the Travers G1 at Saratoga. He made his return a winning one with a victory in allowance company at Churchill. He has earned over $600,000 for his owner West Point Thoroughbreds.

Global Slowdown wins at Thistledown

At Thistledown, Global Slowdown won last out and liked the winner’s circle so he won again in allowance company going a mile and 70 yards. He is owned by his trainer Kenneth Marshall and was bred by Dr. Charles Giles, Taylor Made Farm Inc, Pat Payne & Buckpace, Ltd.

La Rambla wins at Indiana Downs

La Rambla has been knocking at the door, but got the job done in a MSW at Indiana Downs. She rated and then came 4 wide to duel down the stretch to the wire. She is trained by Mike Maker for owner Tracy Farmer and has earned over $58,000. She was bred by  Dixiana Farms LLC.

Preview Videos for Fasig-Tipton Midatlantic Sales

Check out some preview videos of Kirkwood Stables’ horses prepping for the Fasig-Tipton Midatlantic Two-Year-Olds in Training Sales taken this weekend, May 9-10, 2015. Official videos can be found on our website after the Under Tack Shows, May 13-14, 2015.


HIP 68 (BREEZE) – Filly by TEMPLE CITY |

HIP 75 (BREEZE) – Filly by BLAME |


HIP 157 (BREEZE) – Filly by CAPE BLANCO (IRE) |

HIP 364 (GALLOP) – Colt by HARD SPUN |

HIP 364 (BREEZE) – Colt by HARD SPUN |

HIP 401 (GALLOP) – Filly by UNCLE MO |

HIP 401 (BREEZE) – Filly by UNCLE MO |

HIP 454 (GALLOP) – Colt by STREET BOSS |

HIP 454 (BREEZE) – Colt by STREET BOSS |

HIP 470 (GALLOP) – Filly by PURE PRIZE |

HIP 470 (BREEZE) – Filly by PURE PRIZE |

Recepta adds more black type

Multiple graded stakes placed RECEPTA followed up her Keeneland allowance win by adding still more black type. She ran a good third in the Beaugay Stakes – Gr. 3 at Belmont, rallying around horses in the stretch. She is owned by Phillips Racing Partnership and Pam Gartin and was bred by John W. Phillips & Hank Snowden. Her trainer is James J. Toner.

Bajan Beach broke wins in her first start on grass

Three year old Kirkwood owned Speightstown filly, BAJAN BEACH, broke her maiden at Belmont. She settled in mid pack and then spun out from the rail to challenge the leaders and then closed strongly to win going 7 furlongs on the turf. She is trained by Thomas Morley and was bred by  WinStar Farm, LLC & M R Capital, LLC.