by Ted Black While there was an equal mix of successful favorites and stunning upsets on the 31st edition of the West Virginia Breeders Classics at Charles Town on Saturday night, three of the winners on the card enhanced their resumes by establishing new stakes...
by Frank Vespe Two of the most thrilling runnings of the West Virginia Breeders Classic have a common thread running through them. In both, Lucy’s Bob Boy and Russell Road played a prominent role. And tonight, on a crisp West Virginia evening, Lucy’s Bob...
Slip the Cable took the Classic. Photo by Coady Photography. by Frank Vespe Susan Runco clutched the trophy to her. Remembering “those cold February nights when you’re waiting for a mare to foal,” she said, “This is what we breed them for.” “If I didn’t have her...
Candy Man’s Girl wins the Cavada. Photo by Coady Photography. by Ted Black Trainer James W. Casey and his Taylor Mountain Farm have been a fixture in the West Virginia Breeders Classics virtually since its inception in 1987, and Saturday night the aging, albeit...
Bullets Fever remained undefeated by winning the WV Lottery Breeders Classic. Photo by Coady Photography. by Ted Black Conditions were hardly ideal for the horses and jockeys that competed over the rain-soaked muddy track at Charles Town last Saturday evening for the...
CLASSIC — Castle Bound
CAVADA — Anna’s Bandit
TRIPLE CROWN NUTRITION — Boundtobebad
WV LOTTERY — Loving Touch
VINCENT MOSCARELLI MEMORIAL — Hypothesis
WV DASH FOR CASH — Dr. Feelgood
ONION JUICE — Penguin Power
DISTAFF — B’s Wild Cork
WV TOURISM OFFICE — Parisian Diva
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