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Castle Village Farm Racing Manager Steve Zorn was featured on an NPR Marketplace radio segment on Friday, December 13th. Steve was interviewed by Marketplace’s Lizzie O’Leary on the expiring tax break that allows owners to depreciate the cost of yearlings and two-year-olds over three years, rather than seven years as under the law before 2009.

The interview is available at http://mktplc.org/18IBvfU

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Castle Village Farm’s two-year-old NY-bred filly, fresh off her maiden win on November 29th, is entered in the East View Stakes, a $100,000 two-turn race restricted to NY-breds, at Aqueduct on Sunday, December 15th.

Underthemoonlight will once again have jockey Manuel Franco aboard, and will face a field of six, headed by multiple stakes winner Miss Narcissist, the likely odds-on favorite.

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Castle Village Farm’s New York-bred two-year-old filly Underthemoonlight (Golden Missile-Yon Van Dance by Yonaguska), fresh off a maiden special weight win on November 29th at Aqueduct, has been nominated to the East View Stakes, the final NY-bred two-year-old filly stakes of the year. The $100,000 East View will be run at a distance of a mile and 70 yards at Aqueduct on Sunday, December 15th. The race drew a compact list of 11 nominations.

While the 15-day turnaround time from Underthemoonlight’s win to the East View may be too short, and the distance may be too long, still, it’s great to have a filly that shows enough talent to justify making the nomination. We’re looking forward to good things with Underthemoonlight, whether she ends up running in the East View or not.

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Castle Village Farm’s New York-bred two-year-old filly, Underthemoonlight (Golden Missile-Yon Von Dance by Yonaguska) won the 7th race at Aqueduct on Friday, November 29th. The race was Underthemoonlight’ssecond career start, following a runner-up finish in her debut November 1st. In her maiden special weight win, Underthemoonlight tracked the early leaders, then went through between horses off the far turn and prevailed in a prolonged stretch duel.

Congratulations to trainer Bruce Brown, jockeyManuel Franco, and especially to EoodberryPayne, who found the horse for us

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With East of Danzig’s win at Belmont on October 13th, Castle Village Farm passed $4 million in earnings since we began in 1999. Not bad for a small stable that typically runs only a couple of times a month.

For all the details, check out our Results page.

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East of Danzig

Published on 15 October 2013 by in Horse Racing Partnerships News

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Castle Village Farm’s East of Danzig won the 10th race at Belmont on Sunday, October 13th. Under a well-timed ride by Manuel Franco, East of Danzig saved ground down the backstretch, then angled to the outside coming into the stretch and ran down the front-runners in convincing fashion, winning by three-quarters of a length.

East of Danzig was claimed out of the race, so our CVF 2012 claiming partnership is once again looking for a new horse.

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Castle Village Farm’s NY-bred 2-year-old filly Underthemoonlight (Golden Missile-Yon Van Dance by Yonaguska) returned to the work tab Sunday Sept. 29 with an in-hand four-furlong breeze over the Belmont training track. Underthemoonlight, who had been getting close to her debut, was set back a few weeks by a colic scare, but recovered quickly and is now back on track for a fall debut.

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Castle Village Farm’s East of Danzig was an oh-so-close second in the 1st race at Belmont on Sunday, September 29th. East of Danzig laid off the early pace, then closed down the center of the track under apprentice Manuel Franco to just miss. We’ll look to run him one more time on the turf before the end of the Belmont meet.

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Castle Village Farm’s NY-bred gelding East of Danzig is entered in the 1st race at Belmont on Sunday, September 29. It’s a mile and a sixteenth on the turf, with a claiming price of $20,000. Apprentice Manuel Franco rides for CVF trainer Bruce Brown.

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Castle Village Farm’s newest claim, East of Danzig, raced for the first time in our colors on Sunday, September 15 at Belmont, finishing 3rd in a mile and a sixteenth turf race. Under hot apprentice Manuel Franco, Alston Gunter raced well back early, then made a strong move into contention on the turn, finishing well to win a three-way photo for the show.

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