Business Wire: After Decades of Success in the Delaware Courts, Attorney Stuart Grant Sees His Winning Streak Extend to Horse Racing as Monomoy Girl Named 2018 3-Year-Old Filly of the Year


HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Monomoy Girl was named 3-Year-Old Filly of the Year at the 2018 Eclipse Awards, the annual event to honor achievements in Thoroughbred racing. Though she lost out on Horse of the Year honors to Justify, Monomoy Girl’s owners, Stuart Grant, Michael Dubb, Michael Caruso and Sol Kumin, couldn’t be happier with their prize filly – only the third filly to win both the Breeder’s Cup Distaff and the Kentucky Oaks in the same year.

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Bloodhorse: Fipke Acquires Mare in Foal to Practical Joke

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The ELiTE Sales operation of Bradley Weisbord and Liz Crow stepped outside its comfort zone with a good outcome during the Jan. 9 session of the Keeneland January Horses of All Ages Sale.

Early during the penultimate session of the four-day sale, the ELiTE-consigned 8-year-old mare Oh Mrs. G (Hip 874), in foal to Practical Joke, was purchased by Charles Fipke’s C F Farms for $125,000.

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NTRA Eclipse Awards: Monomoy Girl Nominated for Horse of the Year and 3yo Filly


Monomoy Girl was fairly unstoppable in 2018, with the only one who was able to defeat her being . . . herself.

The filly won 6 of 7 starts in 2018, with the only blip on her record a disqualification that cost her a perfect season. Monomoy Girl holds signature triumphs in the Kentucky Oaks and Breeders’ Cup Distaff and is now an Eclipse Award finalist as leading 3-year-old filly.

Read more at DRF.

CNBC: No matter how bad things get at Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg will be chairman for as long as he wants, experts agree

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Last year, Facebook scrapped plans to change its stock structure after Stuart Grant of Bench Walk Advisors sued the company.

But Grant thinks a lawsuit to remove Zuckerberg from the board would have no chance. “You can criticize him all you want, but it is not illegal to not do a good job,” he says. “There is no lawsuit.”

Read more at CNBC.