Brem at the young age of 69, died in Sydney after tenaciously battling cancer for a number of years. Throughout that time he never wavered from his love of the thoroughbred industry, and we were still blessed with his acerbic wit, incredible pedigree knowledge, excellent copy, and his eye for a good yearling.

The thoroughbred industry lost a Group One performer this week with the passing of Steve Brem


Brem at the young age of 69, died in Sydney after tenaciously battling cancer for a number of years. Throughout that time he never wavered from his love of the thoroughbred industry, and we were still blessed with his acerbic wit, incredible pedigree knowledge, excellent copy, and his eye for a good yearling.
  • Not since Colonel Matt Winn has there ever been a person so associated as the face of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby than John Asher. He will be greatly missed by so many.

  • Thoroughbred trainer Manny Azpurua dies at 88


    Manny Azpurua, a thoroughbred trainer who gained national attention while racing Social Inclusion in the 2014 Preakness Stakes, has died. He was 88.