British Idiom, co-owned by Delaware attorney Stuart Grant and his wife Suzanne Takes Breeder’s Cup Crown

British Idiom, co-owned by Delaware attorney Stuart Grant and his wife Suzanne, may be the best two-year-old filly in the world, after a stunning performance and first-place finish at last weekend’s prestigious Breeders Cup. The horse is now three-for-three in thoroughbred events, winning her career debut at Saratoga in August followed by a first placeContinue reading “British Idiom, co-owned by Delaware attorney Stuart Grant and his wife Suzanne Takes Breeder’s Cup Crown”

DRF: Breeders’ Cup winners Storm the Court and British Idiom were bargain buys

British Idiom surely locked up the Eclipse Award as the nation’s outstanding 2-year-old filly as she remained unbeaten in three starts by winning the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, her second Grade 1 victory. The Flashback filly, who is trained by Brad Cox for Michael Dubb, Stuart Grant’s The Elkstone Group, Madaket Stables, and Bethlehem Stables,Continue reading “DRF: Breeders’ Cup winners Storm the Court and British Idiom were bargain buys”

BloodHorse: British Idiom a Hidden Gem in BC Juvenile Fillies

Back in May when the New York Racing Association announced it would offer a series of maiden races at Saratoga Race Course for 2-year-olds that were restricted to those purchased as juveniles for $45,000 or less, few thought the series would have Breeders’ Cup implications. But it proved to be the perfect springboard for British Idiom, who figures toContinue reading “BloodHorse: British Idiom a Hidden Gem in BC Juvenile Fillies”

Horse Racing Nation: 2-year-old pedigrees: British Idiom, Wicked Whisper speak up

The Breeders’ Cup’s “Future Stars Friday” picked up a number of young starlets across divisions over the weekend, including some who hinted at things to come on the way to the 2020 Kentucky Oaks. Let’s take a look at their bloodlines. BRITISH IDIOM (Flashback – Rose, and Shine, by Mr. Sekiguchi) In the Alcibiades (G1) over Keeneland’s mainContinue reading “Horse Racing Nation: 2-year-old pedigrees: British Idiom, Wicked Whisper speak up”