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Taylor Made Releases 2017 Stallion Roster; California Chrome Fee TBD

Taylor Made Stallions has set its 2017 stallion roster and most fees, led by new stallion Mshawish, the multiple Grade 1-winning son of Medaglia d’Oro who will stand his first season for $20,000 S&N. California Chrome, the farm’s other new marquee stallion, will have his introductory stud fee determined and announced after he runs in […]

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Mshawish Retired To Taylor Made With Soft-Tissue Injury

Multiple Grade 1 winner Mshawish has been retired from racing due to a minor soft tissue injury that was discovered Friday morning at Belmont Park. After conferring with veterinarian Duncan Moir, it was determined by the team of owner Al Shaqab Racing that it was in the best interest of Mshawish for him to be […]

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Mshawish To Taylor Made In 2017; Has ‘Big Chance’ In Dubai After Final U.S. Workout

Taylor Made Stallions announced a deal on Friday for the Nicholasville, Kentucky-based stud farm to stand Al Shaqab Racing’s Mshawish in 2017. The multiple Grade 1-winning son of Medaglia d’Oro is set to retire at the end of the 2016 season. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to stand such an exciting horse as […]

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Stallion farms say stud fees leveling off

Recent declines in stud fees aren’t likely to continue in 2012, according to several prominent stallion farms.  An informal Blood-Horse survey suggests farms believe they’ve given breeders a good chance to make money and will keep fees level: “As far as stud fees for 2012, my prediction would lean toward everything being a bit status […]

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AMERICAN GRADED STAKES STANDINGS brought to you by Keeneland: A YEAR TAYLOR MADE FOR SUCCESS

By Ray Paulick Of the 233 horses that have won an American Graded Stakes (AGS) race this year, 122 of them (52.4%) have sold at public auction in North America or abroad, either as foals or weanlings, yearlings or at 2-year-olds in training or sales of older horses. Yearling sales dominate the […]

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