Louisiana breeding

English Appointed Sales Director For Louisiana Yearling Sale

Darren English has been appointed as sales director for the Breeders Sales Company of Louisiana’s 2013 yearling auction. English has three decades of experience with equine auctions, including 15 years with Fasig-Tipton. The yearling auction will be held on September 24 at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center in West Monroe, Louisiana. Entries for the sale […]

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Louisiana Legislator Wants ‘Oversight’ For Horsemen’s Groups

Louisiana legislator Rep. Joe Harrison has introduced a bill into the state legislature that would place a hold on the gaming proceeds that go to the Horsemen’s Benevolent and Protective Association, the Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association, and the Louisiana Quarter Horse Breeders Association. Harrison’s bill would require the associations to present a budget to the […]

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G2 winner Interactif retired, will stand in Louisiana

Grade 2 winner Interactif has been retired from racing and will begin his breeding career at Red River Farms in Louisiana, reports the Blood-Horse.  The five-year-old son of Broken Vow will stand for $2,000 live foal. Interactif retires with three graded stakes victories, including the With Anticipation Stakes at Saratoga and the Bourbon Stakes at […]

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Stallion Musket Man moves from Florida to Louisiana

Sire Musket Man will move from Vinery Florida to Elite Thoroughbreds in Louisiana for the 2012 season.  The winner of the Illinois and Tampa Bay Derbies during his three-year-old season will stand for $2,500 at Elite near Folsom, La.

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Yearlings from high purse states help drive Keeneland prices

As the Keeneland September sale heads into the final three days, the Blood-Horse points outs that yearlings bred in places where purses are boosted by gaming revenue are fetching a premium.  New York-breds, in particular, are driving higher prices thanks to the promise of Aqueduct casino revenues, but also yearlings from Louisiana, Pennsylvania and Canada: […]

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Former Spendthrift sire Don’t Get Mad relocates to Oklahoma

Don’t Get Mad, a nine-year-old son of Stephen Got Even, has been sold and relocated to Oklahoma, where he’ll stand at Rockin Z Ranch.  Don’t Get Mad previously stood in Louisiana and at Spendthrift Farm in Kentucky. During his three-year-old season, Don’t Get Mad finished fourth in the 2005 Kentucky Derby and won the Indiana […]

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