Paulick Report: Champion British Idiom, Finite Square Off In Rachel Alexandra Stakes

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1) winner and Eclipse Award champion British Idiom will make her sophomore debut when facing six rivals, including Silverbulletday victress Finite, in Saturday’s $300,000 Rachel Alexandra (G2) presented by Fasig-Tipton at Fair Grounds Race Course (race 11 at 5:05 p.m. CT).  Read more at Paulick Report.

British Idiom Lands Juvenile Filly Championship

The speed figure British Idiom earned in her winning debut at Saratoga Race Course gave trainer Brad Cox the confidence to move forward, and the chestnut daughter of Flashback  did the rest. Back-to-back wins in two-turn grade 1 races were more than enough to separate her from the rest of the pack, and she was an easy pick to earnContinue reading “British Idiom Lands Juvenile Filly Championship”

Horse Racing Nation: British Idiom follows Monomoy Girl’s road to the Kentucky Oaks

Coming off a monster year in which his stable runners earned a career-best $17,547,123, trainer Brad Cox is plotting a course to even more success in 2020. Fair Grounds’ two-time defending leading trainer counts among his charges The Elkstone Group LLC, Madaket Stables LLC and Bethlehem Stables LLC’s British Idiom, the 3-for-3 winner of the Breeders’Continue reading “Horse Racing Nation: British Idiom follows Monomoy Girl’s road to the Kentucky Oaks”

BloodHorse: British Idiom Owners Enjoying Success, Camaraderie

Fans of old-time television sitcoms might remember the memorable intro to the popular series “The Odd Couple.” It asked whether “two divorced men can share an apartment without driving each other crazy?” The answer, famously played out from 1970-75, was a resounding “no.” In horse racing, there’s a different twist on that question that canContinue reading “BloodHorse: British Idiom Owners Enjoying Success, Camaraderie”