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Empire Maker sire line gets second Kentucky Derby in three years

The dream did indeed come true for the owners and connections of Always Dreaming in the 143rd Kentucky Derby. As the appropriately-named 3-year-old powered to a decisive 2¾-length triumph May 6 at Churchill Downs, it was a career-defining achievement for a colt whose preeminent classic sire line keeps finding roses.

Gainesway stallions well represented in Kentucky Derby 143

With the final entries taken and post positions drawn for the 143rd Kentucky Derby, five contenders for the May 6 Churchill Downs classic have ties to Gainesway stallions.

Empire Maker sires three consecutive winners at Hanshin

Gainesway’s repatriated stallion Empire Maker continues to leave his mark on his former home of Japan, where the sire picked up a trio of 3-year-old maiden winners March 4 in consecutive races at Hanshin Racecourse.

New 3-year-old stakes winner for Empire Maker in Japan

Christmas Day racing in Japan presented Gainesway’s repatriated stallion Empire Maker with a new stakes winner as 3-year-old colt Namura Arashi took the Ako Tokubetsu for 3-year-olds and older over 10 furlongs of Hanshin’s dirt course.

Gainesway announces 2017 stud fees

Gainesway announced its 2017 stud fees Nov. 10, with leading sire Tapit again headlining the roster and standing for an industry-leading fee of $300,000.

Gainesway launches new redesigned website

Gainesway invites visitors to explore its new website at Gainesway.com. The website has been completely redesigned with a modern look, improved navigation and functionality, and new photography and video of the farm’s historic 1,500-acre property on Paris Pike in Lexington.

Empire Maker returns to U.S. to stand at Gainesway

Empire Maker, sire of multiple champion Royal Delta and Triple Crown winner American Pharoah’s sire Pioneerof the Nile, has been repatriated from Japan and will stand the 2016 breeding season at Antony Beck’s Gainesway in Lexington. The 15-year-old stallion, who was sold to Japanese interests in 2010, will stand at Gainesway in an equal partnership with the Solari family’s Don Alberto Corporation.

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