...AIKEN --- Summer Squall, the Dogwood Stable colt who captured the hearts of Aikenites on his way to winning the 1990 Preakness Stakes, was euthanized Tuesday. He was 22. The cause of death was listed as old age and foundering. Summer Squall...
Dec. 7, 1941 - the date of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor - also marks a significant occasion in Aiken's equine history.
...would be second in Dogwood's history only to Summer Squall, who was sold for $8 million after his victory in the 1990 Preakness Stakes. Limehouse's stud fee and share price have not been announced, Campbell said. "We're tickled to death...
Jose Santos, the jockey who guided Funny Cide to victory in last year's Kentucky Derby, will be in the saddle on Dogwood Stable's Limehouse at the Blue Grass Stakes.
AIKEN -- Racing fans lean on the rail at the Aiken Training Track each winter, watching and wondering.
Thoroughbred racing owner and trainer Cot Campbell was inducted Monday night into the S.C. Hall of Fame.
AIKEN - The city's annual rite of spring begins Saturday when the 64th annual Aiken Trials kicks off the Triple Crown.
AIKEN - With the most famous jewel in Aiken's Triple Crown, the Aiken Spring Steeplechase, on tap for Saturday, many people may be daydreaming about owning a prize racehorse of their own.
AIKEN -- Storm Song was quite a winner in her brief career, earning more than $1 million in only 12 career starts for Aiken-based Dogwood Stable. On Wednesday, Dogwood owner Cot Campbell reaped even more rewards from the champion two-year-old filly of 1996 by selling her for $1.4 million at the Keeneland Breeding Stock Sale in Lexington, Ky.