Charlestown contingent back in action this week.

After being closed for a week due to a positive COVID case, Hollywood Casino at Charlestown is back in action, and two Blue Streak Racing horses will hit the track this week! Merry Merry Mojo and stablemate Flowers Vale (right in photo) will both tackle the 'bullring'...

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Only a few shares left in our 2020 yearling partnership!

Our 2020 yearling purchase, acquired at the September Keeneland sale. Blue Streak Racing's 2020 yearling purchase - a filly by sire Point of Entry - is nearly sold out, so now is the time to contact us if you want to be a part of the action! The same team responsible...

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Rossa Veloce places in the Key Cents Stakes at Aqueduct!

Rossa Veloce begins to widen her lead in mid-stretch of the Key Cents Stakes Sunday at Aqueduct. Blue Streak Racing's 2-year old filly Rossa Veloce became stakes-placed over the weekend as she she took 2nd in the Key Cents Stakes at Aqueduct. The NY-bred daughter of...

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New yearling purchase progressing nicely in Ocala.

          Our Point of Entry yearling (closest to camera) jogs on the training track in Ocala. Our 2020 yearling purchase, a beautiful filly by Point of Entry, out of the Dixieland Band mare Jazz Dancer, has been progressing nicely since being...

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Merry Merry Mojo gets 3rd in Charles Town tilt.

Merry Merry Mojo got back on track this week at Charles Town, and took a nice step forward, finishing 3rd in a tough field of open claimers. The 4-year old West Virginia-bred son of Mikimoto's Mojo stalked a slow pace in the 1 1/8th event, before unleashing a charge...

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Rossa Veloce finishes 4th in her Stakes debut at Saratoga

On September 5, 2020, Rossa Veloce added a 4th place finish in the "Seeking the Ante" stakes to her win earlier in the Saratoga meet. Trainer Ray Handal said the added distance, along with the relatively short four weeks between races, hurt the 2-year old's chances....

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Viserion and “Snips” update.

I had the chance to visit our retired racer Viserion over the last week, and Not only is she enjoying her new career as a brood are, but her now three-month foal “Snips” (out of Weekend Hideaway) is looking great! Snips is grazing on her own, and has become a real...

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