Lane’s End

Grade 1 Winner Bast Bred To Quality Road

Owner Baoma Corp announced on Thursday that their recently retired multiple Grade 1-winning filly Bast (Uncle Mo – Laffina, by Arch) has been bred to Quality Road, the number-one general sire by Grade 1 wins in 2019, standing at Lane’s End. Bast retired Feb. 20 after a highly successful 2-year-old campaign with trainer Bob Baffert, […]

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Lane’s End Farm Introduces Stallion Select Tool

Lane’s End Farm has debuted its new Stallion Select tool—an innovative new feature that instantly and automatically matches any mare with her best-suited Lane’s End stallion. The two-step process allows breeders to find their mare, select their preferred stud fee price range, and be immediately matched to the Lane’s End stallion or stallions that best […]

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Lane’s End Pensioner Belong to Me Dies At Age 31

Lane’s End Farm’s longtime stallion Belong to Me has died at the age of 31 due to infirmities from old age. The multiple graded stakes-winning son of Danzig stood at Lane’s End for 22 years and shuttled to Australia for seven seasons. The New Jersey-bred sired three champions and 29 graded stakes winners with lifetime […]

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Hall Of Famer, Prominent Sire A.P. Indy Dies At Age 31

A.P. Indy, the 1992 Horse of the Year and the foundation of the modern Lane’s End stallion roster, died Feb. 21 at the farm where he had spent most of his life and all of his stallion career. A statement from Lane’s End read: “It is with extreme sadness that we today announce the passing […]

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The 2019 Freshman Sire Yearbook: The Best Of A Deep Class

From the time the freshman sire class of 2019 first hit the breeding shed in 2016, it was clear it had the potential to be a group with historic depth. There was a superstar at the top, in the form of 2015 Triple Crown winner and Horse of the Year American Pharoah, but the list […]

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‘A Very Strong, Good-Bodied Foal’: First Foal Is A Colt For Champion Accelerate

The first foal by the five-time Grade 1-winning champion Accelerate has hit the ground. The colt was born Jan. 21 in Lexington, Ky. This is the first foal out of the Congrats mare, Sweet Congrats, who hails from the family of Woodbine Oaks victress Dixie Moon, as well as stakes winners Guy Caballero and Candybedandy. […]

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‘He Pays For Four Or Five Research Grants Per Year’: Quality Road’s Multi-Million Dollar Charitable Ties

A good presentation needs to grab the audience from the start, and when Dr. Michael Lewis speaks on behalf of the Edward P. Evans Foundation, the organization’s president has a proven way to get his hooks into them early. “I always use it as my introduction for our scientific meetings,” he said. “’I want to […]

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‘An Exceptionally Classy Foal’: First Foal Is A Filly For Champion West Coast

The first foal by champion 3-year-old West Coast has arrived. The filly out of young Harlan’s Holiday mare Harlee Honey was born at Elm Tree Farm in Paris, Ky. Harlee Honey is a half-sister to Grade 2 winner California Nectar. “She has a ton of quality, beautiful shape and head,” said Jody Huckabay of Elm […]

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Lane’s End Adds Four Select Seasons To TCA’s ‘Tis The Season Celebration

Lane’s End Farm has added no guarantee seasons to Candy Ride, Quality Road, City of Light, and Union Rags to the roster of stallion seasons offered at the 30th annual Thoroughbred Charities of America ‘Tis the Seasons Celebration presented by LNJ Foxwoods on Sunday, January 12 at 5:30 p.m. at Distillery Square in Lexington, Ky. […]

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