Stronach Stables is donating 2019 breeding seasons to seven stallions standing at Adena Springs North and Shaman Ghost to the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame. Stronach Stables and Shaman Ghost are being inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame on Aug. 8, and the seasons will be auctioned at that evening's Hall of Fame gala.
Shaman Ghost, a multiple Grade 1 winner and Canada's Champion 3-Year-Old of 2015, has moved to Adena Springs Kentucky for the 2019 season with a stud fee still to be announced. The Adena Springs North stallions are Silent Name, Giant Gizmo, Milwaukee Brew, Sligo Bay, Silver Max, Rookie Sensation and Signature Red.
Dermot Carty of Adena Springs said, “Frank and Frieda Stronach love racing in Canada and have for over 40 years. Some of their finest memories in racing were right here at Woodbine.”
Darryl Kaplan, president of the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame, acknowledged the contribution by saying, “We are greatly appreciative of the generosity of Adena Springs and the Stronach family. The Hall relies on the support of the Canadian racing community, and to have such an important industry partner step up in this way is so valuable. This donation is a real boost to Wednesday's gala event and will surely be of great interest to the many people attending.”
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