1 Chad C. Brown 30 7 5 2 $986,358 23% 47%
2 Philip D’Amato 9 1 0 0 $603,788 11% 11%
3 Brendan P. Walsh 30 4 4 3 $530,440 13% 37%
4 Brad H. Cox 32 4 4 5 $529,205 13% 41%
5 Mark E. Casse 26 3 4 2 $521,482 12% 35%
6 Steven M. Asmussen 38 3 7 3 $401,820 8% 34%
7 Michael J. Maker 41 5 6 5 $394,682 12% 39%
8 Ignacio Correas, IV 14 2 0 2 $335,839 14% 29%
9 Wesley A. Ward 22 4 2 4 $335,050 18% 45%
10 Todd A. Pletcher 12 2 4 2 $305,540 17% 67%
11 Ian R. Wilkes 29 3 4 2 $258,731 10% 31%
12 Peter Miller 7 3 1 0 $250,822 43% 57%
13 H. Graham Motion 18 3 2 2 $207,811 17% 39%
14 Patrick L. Biancone 5 0 1 0 $205,739 0% 20%
15 Neil L. Pessin 6 2 0 1 $204,533 33% 50%
16 George R. Arnold, II 14 1 4 2 $181,651 7% 50%
17 William I. Mott 12 1 3 2 $177,730 8% 50%
18 Kenneth G. McPeek 24 2 0 3 $147,074 8% 21%
19 Rodolphe Brisset 14 2 4 2 $145,443 14% 57%
20 Richard Baltas 8 1 2 0 $142,080 13% 38%
21 Arnaud Delacour 10 2 1 2 $139,180 20% 50%
22 Chris M. Block 9 3 0 1 $124,979 33% 44%
23 McLean Robertson 22 2 4 3 $122,606 9% 41%
24 Doug F. O’Neill 2 1 0 0 $120,500 50% 50%
25 Joe Sharp 14 2 0 4 $120,474 14% 43%

(Stats compiled by Equibase)

(Chad Brown / Photo Courtesy of Keeneland)

Chad Brown does not normally come to Kentucky with a string of horses. His band is normally playing the main stage of New York. Or California. Or Florida. With an occasional gig in Chicago.

But, then again, Keeneland is not a normal racetrack, either. With normal purses. Or normal Stakes races.

And, Keeneland and Chad Brown are the new norm.

Going into the final week of this year’s October Race Meet at Keeneland, Brown is doing in the Bluegrass State what he normally does everywhere else he lays his head to sleep and beds down his talented barn of horses. He is dominating.

Going into the final week of this year’s October Race Meet at Keeneland, Brown’s horses are doing here what they normally do everywhere else they lay down their hooves. They are dominating.

With just 4 days left in the Fall meet, Brown and Co. have revved out to a command lead in the current Keeneland “Trainer Standings.” To date, Brown has sent 30 horses gateward. After their jobs were done, 7 of them raced right on over to the winner’s circle.

And, it could be lot more impressive, too. Five more Brown runners have come in second, with two more running third.

As a result, Brown has a 2-win edge over his nearest competitor — Mike Maker, who checks in with 5 wins on his shank.

Brendan Walsh, Wesley Ward and Brad Cox are all tied for third with 4 wins each.