TWIN CREEKS RACING NEWS

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

TIZ THE LAW FEELS AT HOME FOR THE 2020 BC CLASSIC

The Belmont Stakes winner got to Lexington two weeks ago, and by all accounts from connections, he feels a lot better there. Tiz the Law should feel at home.  He was raised just 20 miles away from the Keeneland Track at Twin Creeks Farm. “He seems to like it,” Tagg said after Tiz The Law

DERBY FAVORITE TIZ THE LAW DRAWS POST 17

By Evan Hammonds BloodHorse 9/1/20 Sackatoga Stable’s Tiz the Law, with a classic win already under his belt and winner of the Aug. 8 Runhappy Travers Stakes (G1), drew post 17 for the Sept. 5 Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (G1). The Derby, delayed from May 2, saw 18 horses entered but because of COVID-19 will be

TIZ THE LAW CARRIES NEW YORK BANNER INTO KENTUCKY DERBY

By Frank Angst BloodHorse For Tiz the Law’s Kentucky-based breeder, Twin Creeks Farm, supporting the New York-bred program makes perfect sense as it stands stallions Mission Impazible and Destin at Sequel Stallions New York. Twin Creeks’ Randy Gullatt said it has about half of its 20 mares in New York’s nonresident mare program, which requires

Tiz the Law Rolls Home in Travers

Twin Creeks Farm’s New York bred TIZ THE LAW toyed with his rivals in winning the Travers by 5 1/2 lengths.. Tiz the Law’s victory made him just the third New York-bred to win the Travers and the first since Thunder Rumble in 1992 and the only NY-bred to win the Florida Derby in the

Favored TIZ THE LAW Draws Post 6 for the Travers

The odds are certainly in Tiz the Law’s favor as the son of Constitution landed Post 6 in the field of 8 3-yr-olds for Saturdays 1 1/4 mil Midsummer Derby at Saratoga Race Course ( 6:15 p.m. ET post time, Fox). Bred by Twin Creeks Farm out of the Tiznow mare Tizfiz, Tiz the Law is a winner of

TIZ THE LAW EARNS CLEAR VICTORY IN BELMONT STAKES

By Bob Ehalt /BloodHorse When the 152nd Belmont Stakes Presented by NYRA Bets (G1) was finally decided late in the day June 20, the outcome was rather predictable. Twin Creeks Farm bred, Tiz the Law,  lived up to every single one of his press clippings and pulled away to a decisive 3 3/4-length victory over Dr Post for jockey Manny

Twin Creeks Farm rolling with Mission Impazible , Tiz the Law

IN THE EARLY 1990s, trainer Randy Gullatt and owner Steve Davison, friends since childhood, were campaigning the multiple stakes-winning mare La Paz on the Northern California circuit. When the team’s focus shifted to the breeding side of the business in 1992, La Paz began a career as a broodmare in Central Kentucky and later produced