Wine Not has developed into a useful New York-bred. After hitting the board at the state-bred first level allowance level four times, he swam through the sloppy stretch to win on Thursday at Aqueduct. He earned a career best 84 Beyer Speed Figures and the win pushed his earnings past the 150k mark. Continue »
The buying team was hard at work last week at Del Mar, adding three 2-year-olds to the stable from the Barretts Sale. The two colts staying on the West Coast with Jerry Hollendorfer are by exciting young stallions who did their damage on the racetrack in Southern California.
The sale-topping Malibu Moon colt will be owned in partnership with Spendthrift Farm (where Malibu Moon stands) and trained by Graham Motion. Continue »
West Point Thoroughbreds Partners are competing in the Kentucky Derby for the third time in the company’s history. This year we’re headed to Louisville with one of the favorites, Always Dreaming, brilliant winner of Saturday’s $1,000,000 Florida Derby (G1) at Gulfstream Park. He’s currently ranked third on the Kentucky Derby leaderboard, with 100 points. Continue »
It’s a huge weekend for West Point Partners, with four horses competing in stakes races.
On Saturday, newly acquired 3-year-old Always Dreaming makes his stakes debut in the $1,000,000 Xpressbet Florida Derby (G1). We all know where the next stop is if he runs well on Saturday. Continue »
Street Surrender found the winner’s circle for the fourth time in her career when she bested two rivals in an allowance on Sunday at Golden Gate.
The pretty chestnut daughter of Street Boss was dispatched at odds of thirty cents on the dollar and took command from the git go. Under confident urging by jockey Julien Couton, she kicked clear to score comfortably. Continue »
Owner education is a huge part of what makes West Point Thoroughbreds a top option for first time owners looking to own a racehorse with a racing partnership. Prospective Partners are welcome to attend sales and events with us to:
learn how we select horses at the 2-year-old sales
learn how young horses develop into racehorses at our training center
watch morning training and interact with our staff and trainers on the backside.