TWIN CREEKS RACING NEWS

2022 MATING PLANS- TWIN CREEKS FARM

Randy Gullat of Twin Creeks Farm shares some of the mating plans for 2022 with some of Twin Creeks’s stallions Constitution, Independence Hall and Catholic Boy CLICK HERE to read full article in TDN

LAW PROFESSOR SCHOOLS THE FIELD IN THE G2 MATHIS MILE

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When 3.74 inches of rain from Thursday to Saturday forced the Dec. 26 Santa Anita Park card off the turf, two runners who had broken their maidens on the dirt but had now found a home on the grass found themselves back on the main track, locked in a dramatic duel to the wire in

Twin Creeks Farm Adds New Farm Manager- Ryan Bardin

Twin Creeks Farm is excited to announce the addition of Ryan Bardin to our team as the farm manager. “Steve and I are thrilled to add Ryan to our team. Ryan’s message of quality care fits perfectly with our program of raising and racing top class thoroughbred athletes”, said Twin Creeks’ general manager Randy Gullatt.

Independence Hall to stand at WinStar Farm

Independence Hall, a resounding 7 ¼-length winner of the Fayette S. (G2) at Keeneland on Oct. 30 and a romping 12 ¼-length winner of the 2019 Nashua Stakes (G3) as an undefeated 2-year-old, will stand stud at WinStar Farm at the conclusion of his racing career, the farm announced today. He will stand for a

Warrant Wins the G3 Oklahoma Derby

The Twin Creeks’ homebred, WARRANT, added another Derby win to his resume after Joel Rosario guided him to victory in the G3 Oklahoma Derby. Earlier this year, Warrant overcame a wide trip to win the Texas  Derby and finished a close second in the G3 West Virginia Derby in August. The three year old colt

The Field Was Arrested With a Warrant in the Texas Derby

Warrant, a son of Constitution, overcame a brutally wide trip to win the Inaugural $300,000 Texas Derby at Lone Star Park. Favored in the 1 1/16-mile heat over nine rivals, Warrant scored by three parts of a length over Mr. Wireless, with Rightandjust third and Arkansas Derby (G1) winner Super Stock fourth. He traveled five

Patience Helped Largent Grow Into His Pedigree

Largent wins the G2 Ft. Lauderdale and earns his spot in the $1 Million Pegasus Turf In winning the Grade 2 Ft. Lauderdale Stakes at Gulfstream Park, Largent became the second stakes winner for his dam and the 34th graded stakes winner by leading sire Into Mischief (by Harlan’s Holiday). Largent had already won restricted stakes, and

Independence Hall Returns a Winner

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Son of Constitution being pointed toward the Dec. 26 Malibu Stakes (G1). Graded stakes winner Independence Hall returned to the races after a seven-month layoff with a decisive victory in a Nov. 8 allowance optional claimer at Del Mar. The strapping son of Constitution was making his first start since being transferred to the California-based barn of trainer

TIZ THE LAW DRAWS POST 2 IN THE BC CLASSIC

If there was a horse that did poorly in Monday’s draw for the Breeders’ Cup Classic, it was Tiz The Law. Luck left him stuck inside in post 2, a place that flies in the face of the conventional wisdom that says the Belmont Stakes likes it better when he races to the outside. Lead