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Pre-Keeneland Sale Update: Orb’s Progeny Become Red Hot With Late Summer Stakes and Juvenile Wins
Claiborne Farm stallion Orb, homebred by Phipps Stable in partnership with Jockey Club chairman Stuart S. Janney III, has heated up as a stallion since the beginning of August, adding key stakes wins and a half dozen juvenile winners to his progeny portfolio. Given the timing, one would expect his impressive book of 44 yearlings (21 colts and 23 fillies) to get a significant sales boost at the Keeneland September Yearlings Sales, which begin tomorrow (September 10).
FULL STORY AT http://bit.ly/Phipps-OrbKeenelandSale.
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MR SPEAKER'S BELMONT DERBY WIN
MGSW Millionaire Is Producing Promising Yearlings

Phipps-bred and -raced multiple-graded-stakes-winning millionaire MR SPEAKER's first crop of beautiful yearlings are hitting the sales rings this year and doing very well (no surprise). Take a look back at Mr Speaker's $1,250,000 Grade 1 Belmont Derby win in 2014 at http://bit.ly/Phipps-MrSpeaker

One of the highlights of the Fasig-Tipton​ New York-bred Preferred Yearling Sale is a gorgeous promising brown Mr Speaker colt (out of Meiann—First Samurai) consigned by RFHF Bloodstock in Barn 9. Broodmare Meiann's New York-bred colt named Country Code (from City Zip) sold for $170,000 at the 2017 Fasig Tipton Saratoga New York-bred Preferred Yearling Sale. He was pinhooked and sold at the OBS - Ocala Breeders' Sales of Two-Year-Olds in Training in March 2017 for $360,000.

MR SPEAKER (Pulpit—Salute [a daughter of Personal Ensign], by Unbridled) entered stud in the U.S. at Lane's End Farm in 2016. Mr Speaker had the highest-priced colt ($180,000) by any first-crop sire at Fasig-Tipton's​ July 2018 Preferred Yearling sale in Lexington, Ky.

According to Lane's End Farm owner Bill Farish​, Mr Speaker has "a great first book" of mares and is well represented this year. Mr Speaker's New York-bred colt out of Meiann is a good example of that.

On the track, Mr Speaker won four graded stakes (including G1 Belmont Derby Inv. S., G2 Commonwealth Cup Stakes, G3 Lexington Stakes, G3 Dania Beach Stakes) with career earnings of more than $1.2 million. Mr Speaker is inbred to Phipps’ Buckpasser – “one of the most legendary names is racing and breeding” according to BloodHorse​ – and comes from a strong Phipps female family with 15 graded stakes winners in its first three dams.

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Mr Speaker WINNING the 2014 Belmont Derby (G1)
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8/7/18
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7/22/18
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BREAKING: ORB AND POINT OF ENTRY-SIRED COLTS FINISH IN THE MONEY IN SARATOGA RACE 5

Domain (Orb) ran a fine race, taking the lead from the start, but didn't have enough left in the tank to close. Point to Remember (Point of Entry) starting making a move at the far turn and closed nicely, but couldn't catch the eventual winner Wooderson. Final results: 6-8-5.

Win: #6 WOODERSON

Place: #8 POINT TO REMEMBER (Sired by Phipps-bred stallion Point of Entry and trained by Jimmy Jerkens Racing.

Show: #5 DOMAIN (Phipps Stable's homebred Orb-sired colt out of Pleasant Home).

Congratulations to the winning connections of Wooderson: Br: Heaven Trees Farm, Ow: Let's Go Stables, Tr: Todd Pletcher Racing Stables, Jk: John Velazquez.
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7/22/18
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LOOKING BACK AT SIX PHIPPS-JANNEY WINNERS OF THE COACHING CLUB AMERICAN OAKS

Today's feature race at Saratoga Race Course was the 101st running of the Coaching Club American Oaks, a Grade 1 $300,000 stakes race for 3-year-old fillies at a mile and an eighth on dirt.

Six Phipps/Janney-bred winners spanning 3 generations and more than 7 decades have won the race, the first dating back to a Wheatley Stable-bred in 1933:

SMUGGLER (Unbridled—Inside Information, by Private Account) won for DINNY PHIPPS in 2005 by 3½ lengths. Trained by Shug McGaughey and ridden by Edgar Prado.

MY FLAG (Easy Goer—Personal Ensign, by Private Account) won for OGDEN PHIPPS in 1996 by 4¼ lengths. Trained by Shug McGaughey and ridden by Jerry Bailey.

CHRISTMAS PAST (Grey Dawn II—Yule Log, by Bold Ruler) won for CYNTHIA PHIPPS in 1982, Trained by Angel Penna, Jr. and ridden by Jacinto Vasquez.

RUFFIAN (Reviewer—Shenanigans, by Native Dancer) won for owner STUART JANNEY and wife BARBARA PHIPPS JANNEY in 1975 by 2¾ lengths. Trained by Frank Whiteley and ridden by Jacinto Vasquez.

HIGH VOLTAGE (Ambiorix—Dynamo, by Menow) won for GLADYS MILLS PHIPPS' Wheatley Stable in 1955. Trained by James Fitzsimmons and ridden by Ted Atkinson.

EDELWEISS (Chicle—Helvetia, by Hourless) won for WHEATLEY STABLE in 1933. Trained by James Fitzsimmons and ridden by John Gilbert.
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