Proud Citizen

Blended Citizen Up The Rail For Jeff Ruby Steaks Victory

Greg Hall and Sayjay Racing (Steve Young)’s Blended Citizen finished with a strong drive up the rail to win Saturday’s Grade 3 Jeff Ruby Steaks by a head at Turfway Park, earning 20 points on the Road to the Kentucky Derby. The sophomore son of Proud Citizen, ridden by Kyle Frey for trainer Doug O’Neill, […]

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Go Bro Surprises With $91.30 King Edward Victory

Gustav Schickedanz’ homebred Go Bro was the surprise winner of Sunday’s G2 King Edward Stakes, winning a photo finish over Hootenanny on Woodbine’s turf course to earn his first graded stakes victory. The 6-year-old gelded son of Proud Citizen covered one mile over the firm turf in 1:34.09 under Jesse Campbell for trainer Michael Keogh. […]

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Larry Jones’ Filly Jenda’s Agenda Impressive On Debut At Fair Grounds

Few performances so far this 2016-17 Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots meet have been more dominating than that of Jenda’s Agenda on Saturday. Owned, trained and bred by Larry Jones, the newly turned 3-year-old daughter of Proud Citizen and Jones-trained and -owned multiple graded stakes winner Just Jenda wired a six-furlong heat by 6¼ […]

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Airdrie Stud’s Proud Citizen, Sire Of Two Kentucky Oaks Winners, Euthanized At 17

Two-time Kentucky Oaks winning sire Proud Citizen was euthanized on June 4 at Brereton and Elizabeth Jones’s Airdrie Stud due to complications from laminitis. Proud Citizen had been treated for chronic laminitis since 2012, but had remained comfortable under the care of Dr. Scott Morrison until taking a turn for the worst late last week. […]

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KY Oaks Winner Believe You Can to Be Sold at Fasig-Tipton November

Airdrie Stud will offer G1 Kentucky Oaks winner Believe You Can at Fasig-Tipton in The November Sale, on Monday, November 3rd.  The home-bred five-year-old mare, by the double Kentucky Oaks producing stallion Proud Citizen, is in foal on a February 19th cover to the nation’s #1 stallion, Tapit. Believe You Can, a New York graded […]

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Airdrie sets stud fees for 2013

Airdrie Stud released their list of stud fees for 2013, with long-time resident Proud Citizen and newcomer Creative Cause topping the roster at a fee of $15,000. Proud Citizen, who has 13 stakes winners so far this year, including Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) winner Believe You Can, will see his fee increase $5,000, from $10,000 […]

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Napravnik makes history with Oaks win aboard Believe You Can

Former Kentucky Gov. Brereton C. Jones and trainer Larry Jones opted not to race Mark Valeski in the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, but the Joneses (who are not related)  took the next biggest prize of the weekend on Friday afternoon when the Brereton C. Jones homebred Proud Citizen filly Believe You […]

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Keeneland presents American Graded Stakes Standings: A Proud Streak

Thoroughbred breeders have seen this play out before, many times over.  An American Graded Stakes-winning horse goes to stud, is priced right, marketed well, and gets a very good reception in both his first and second years in the breeding shed. By the time the third year rolls around, however, the polish is off the […]

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Airdrie sets 2012 fees and incentives: Indian Charlie at $75,000

Airdrie Stud in Midway, Ky., has announced its stud fees and discount incentives for the 2012 breeding season. Leading the say is Indian Charlie, whose 2012 stud fee has been set at $75,000 stands and nurses, up $5,000 from his 2011 fee. Indian Charlie is the sire of the 2011 2-year-old male champion Uncle Mo. […]

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