Winnings: 21 Starts: 5 - 3 - 2, $621,981
At 2: Won Sugar Bowl S. (FG,6F) 2nd Sanford S. (G2,6F)
At 3: Won Woody Stephens Breeders Cup S. (G2,Bel,7F), Southwest S. (OP,8F) 2nd Carry Back S. (G2,CRC,6F), Glow S. (Sar,8FT) 3rd LeComte S. (G3,8F), Rebel S. (G3,8.5F)
Foaled February 3, 2004. $9K FTKOCT'05 (Bought as a yearling at auction for $ 9000!!!)
Suffered a fractured seasmoid during the running of the Phoenix Stakes at Keeneland, October 6 2007.
Teuflesberg to Hurricane Hall Bloodhorse 2/3/08 Excerpt: "Teuflesberg has healed perfectly and is now back to where he can be treated like a normal horse,” Bramlage said about the 4-year-old colt.
Teuflesberg to Stand for $10,000 Bloodhorse 12/4/07
New Update on Teuflesberg! ABR 11/1/07
Update on Teuflesberg ...with photos
Teuflesberg Surgery Successful; Prognosis Good Blood-Horse article 10/11/07
Teuf's Surgery Successful!!!!!!!!! ABR 10/11/07
Teuflesberg Expected to Undergo Surgery Oct. 11 Blood-Horse article 10/9/07
Teuflesberg has surgery for two fractures ABR on DRF article 10/8/07
Teuflesberg given 75% chance to survive injury Thoroughbred Times article 10/8/07
Teuflesberg SERIOUSLY HURT ABR 10/6/07
A tragic day: 2 horses die, Teuflesberg injured Lexington Herald Leader article 10/7/07
Sent: Mon 11/19/2007 4:56 PM
Here is the latest GOOD news on Teuflesberg:
Teuflesberg is now ready to be dismissed from the hospital. He has overcome all of his vascular problems and his surgery site is well healed. He is comfortable on the limb and walks nearly sound. His radiographs show no problems with his implants, and his bones are fusing on schedule. The radiographs of the right front show no evidence of laminitis from overload weight bearing. He no longer needs hospital care and can finish his convalescence at a farm care facility. I have put him in a third cast just for the trip because he is so active. The cast will be cut off next week when he has settled in. Most horses would just wear a bandage home, but he is so active I thought it would be better to be safe, with some extra support during the trip. I couldn't be more pleased with his progress to date.
L.R. Bramlage DVM MS
Photos taken today are attached.
Thanks to everyone for your faithful support of this fine horse.
Robin Murray Public Relations Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital
BREAKING NEWS June 9, 2007:
TEUFLESBERG (related to Damascus through Johannesburg-Ogygian) just WON the Woody Stephen Stakes at Belmont!!!
Steve Haskin about Teuflesberg: "Talk about tough horses, how about Woody Stephens Breeders’ Cup (gr. II) winner Teuflesberg, and the great training job by Jamie Sanders to keep the son of Johannesburg running so well and looking so good after a 17-race career, which has seen him race at least once in 13 of the 14 months since his career debut in April of last year. He not only still is in great physical condition, he rebounded off a 17th-place finish in the Kentucky Derby to win the seven-furlong Woody Stephens in 1:21 2/5."
Teuflesberg Sires First Foal Bloodhorse 1/22/09
Your comments/thoughts/prayers for Teuflesberg
My thoughts are with Teuflesberg's people right now, and with the great little fighter horse. I am so worried about how he will handle his "confinement" and be STILL, his nickname is "Jojo" and the reason they ran him so much, was because he was so full of energy, that they just had to get him out - keep running him, as the only way to keep him happy! This is something I read about him BEFORE the Kentucky Derby, maybe he has matured since then, slowed down a bit and become more peaceful.
I pray for Teuflesberg, that he may understand what is best for him right now, that he will trust his instincts, to settle down and put up with his stallrest and please, dear God, when the time comes for his surgery - may his recovery be smooth and painfree and most of all "controllable". God, be with the surgeons, guide their hands to put this lovely creature back into a whole horse, to start the healing process, in your hands. Amen. Swedishkat 18:40, 9 October 2007 (EDT)
Praying for Teuf and his connections that he will get through his surgery and recover from his injuries. Please God, let him understand that we are doing what is best for him and that he needs to trust us to help him. I am praying his recovery goes well and that he "listens" to his doctors. I know that in Your Name, all will be ok, to those who believe. Mary in MD