Louisiana breeding

Bye, George: G2 Winner Call Me George To Stand At Gulf Coast Equine

Partners Matt Bond, Clint Joiner, and Jim Curry have agreed to stand the G2 winner Call Me George at Gulf Coast Equine for the 2016 season. Anna Paul of Gulf Coast is the stallion manager and farm owner with her father Ray. “I think he is an exceptional stallion prospect and will be a great […]

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Louisiana HBPA Director Keith Gee Dies

Ronald Keith Gee, an attorney and the executive director of the Louisiana Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association, died April 4 after a battle with cancer. He was 56. According to the New Orleans Advocate, Gee was a longtime supporter of horse racing in Louisiana. He had served as director of the HBPA since 2012. During […]

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Sabercat Retired, Headed to Louisiana’s Averett Farm

Six-year-old Sabercat, Grade 3 winner for Winchell Thoroughbreds and Steve Asmussen, has been retired and will stand stud at Averett Farm in Louisiana. The Daily Racing Form reported on Tuesday that the son of Bluegrass Cat will stand for a fee of $3,500. Sabercat’s career highlights included a win in the G3 Delta Downs Jackpot in […]

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Overanalyze’s First Foal Arrives in Louisiana

WinStar Farm’s Overanalyze, the Grade 1-winning millionaire by Dixie Union, sired his first foal early Sunday, Jan. 18th when a filly was born at Red River Farm in Coushatta, La. Bred by Jim and Heidi Maikranz of 4M Ranch, the chestnut filly is out of the Congrats mare Happy Destiny, a daughter of multiple graded […]

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Equine Sales Co. of Louisiana Books 143 for Open Yearling/Mixed Sale

Equine Sales Company has announced that the catalogue for its Open Yearling and Mixed Sale is now online. A total of 143 head have been consigned to the auction in Opelousas, Louisiana. The sale is set for Sunday, October 26, starting at noon. “This will be our third auction of the year after the successful […]

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Coteau Grove Adds Horses of Racing Age to Yearling Sale

Equine Sales Company has announced a supplement of horses of racing age owned by Keith and Ginger Myers’ Coteau Grove Farms to be added to the Consignor Select Yearling Sale on September 3. The 11 horses, which are consigned by Select Sales, agent, will go through the ring after the 233 yearlings catalogued for the […]

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Louisiana: Coteau Grove Farms to Reduce Racing Stable

Keith and Ginger Myers have announced Coteau Grove Farms plans to expand its breeding operation and reduce its racing stable. Coteau Grove Farms, located in Sunset, Louisiana, was founded in 2008 by the Myers with the objective of becoming a top quality breeder of Louisiana bred thoroughbred racehorses to compete in Louisiana and nationally. They […]

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Louisiana Breeders Call for Action Against Bills to Cut Dates, Slot Proceeds

The Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association released a call to action for the state’s horsemen against Louisiana House Bill 550, which would change the minimum number of dates at Louisiana Downs. Current regulations state that Louisiana Downs must run 80 days, but under the proposed legislation, the track would only have to run 30. The bill […]

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G2 Winner Neko Bay to Elite Thoroughbreds in LA

Grade 2 winner Neko Bay will stand the 2014 season at Michele Rodriguez’s and Lee Daniel Thomas’ Elite Thoroughbreds in Louisiana in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. His fee has been set at $3,000, due September 1. Neko Bay formerly stood in Kentucky at the Wintergreen Stallion Station and shuttles to […]

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