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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.

Tapit colt Tapwrit a record winner in Tampa Bay Derby

Tapwrit tossed his hat into the spring classics ring March 11 with a brilliant performance in the Grade 2 $350,000 Tampa Bay Derby, dispatching a field of nine other hopefuls. The handsome, muscular gray son of leading sire Tapit set a stakes record for the 1 1/16-mile major prep for the Kentucky Derby and also earned 50 Kentucky Derby points.

To Honor and Serve colt wins debut in Japan

Gainesway freshman sire To Honor and Serve was represented by his ninth winner Nov. 6 at Tokyo Racecourse when 2-year-old colt Old Bailey won a 6½-furlong maiden race over dirt in his debut.

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.

To Honor and Serve colt romps at Woodbine

First-crop sire To Honor and Serve was represented by his seventh winner Oct. 19 when Conrad Farms’ homebred colt State of Honor romped by 4¾ lengths in a seven-furlong maiden special weight at Woodbine.

Live Oak homebred To Honor and Serve colt wins at first asking

Gainesway’s freshman sire To Honor and Serve racked up his sixth juvenile winner Oct. 15 when his son Salute With Honor won a Gulfstream Park West maiden special weight in his debut.

First black-type winner for To Honor and Serve

The first black-type stakes winner for Gainesway’s freshman sire To Honor and Serve was served up with a Latin flavor when his juvenile son Steps to Heaven won the Oct. 2 Clásico Fernández at Hipódromo Presidente Remón in Panama.

To Honor and Serve colt brings $210K at Keeneland

To Honor and Serve had one of the top 10 colt prices during the Sept. 18 session of the Keeneland September sale with a $210,000 yearling consigned by Gainesway, agent.

To Honor and Serve picks up fourth winner at Saratoga

First-crop sire To Honor and Serve, who already has a pair of stakes horses to his name, earned his fourth winner Sept. 4 when first-time starter For Honor dominated a field of 2-year-old fillies in a seven-furlong maiden special weight race at Saratoga.

Honor River latest winner for To Honor and Serve

To Honor and Serve, who already has a pair of stakes horses in his first crop, got his third winner on Aug. 14 when Honor River rallied for a 1½-length maiden special weight victory at Woodbine.

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