Stuart Janney III's Norumbega, winner of the G2 Brooklyn Handicap, has been retired and will stand the 2017 season at Bonita Farm in Maryland.
The Blood-Horse reports that the 6-year-old son of Tiznow will stand for $3,000 live foal stands and nurses.
Norumbega was a winner as a 2-year-old, and was graded-placed at age three. As a 4-year-old he captured the G2 Brooklyn and was second in the G3 Skip Away Stakes.
Norumbega's dam, Meghan's Joy, is a stakes-placed daughter of A.P. Indy. She has produced five graded stakes winners, led by multiple G2 winner Ironicus (Distorted Humor), who will stand next season at Claiborne Farm. Her other graded stakes winners are Hunting (Coronado's Quest), Quiet Harbor (Silver Deputy), and On Leave (War Front).
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