Stephen Got Even

Stephen Got Even Dies At Age 23

Stephen Got Even, a millionaire and Grade 1-winning son of A.P. Indy, has died at age 23 at Lane’s End Farm. He stood at Lane’s End from 2001 through 2015 and retired from stud alongside his sire. Stephen Got Even, raced by Stephen and Tomisue Hilbert, was an outstanding racehorse, having won the Grade 1 […]

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Queen Pearl Upsets Clasico Presidente De La Republica In Panama

Alberto Paz “Droopy” Rodriguez had three runners in quest of his eighth victory in Sunday’s Clasico Presidente de la Republica, the premier race of the year at Hipodromo Presidente Remon in Panama City, Panama, but it was son, Luis, who stole the spotlight with a 62-1 longshot winner named Queen Pearl. Luis Paz Rodriguez and […]

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Progeny Earnings For Freshman Sire First Dude Top $1 Million

Double Diamond Farm’s freshman sire First Dude (Stephen Got Even) went over the $1 million mark in progeny earnings over the New Year’s weekend, when Aggressive Drive finished fourth in the $100,000 Mucho Macho Man stakes at Gulfstream Park. Only three other freshman sires have reached that milestone in North America. The $1,002,456 First Dude’s […]

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Stephen Got Even Pensioned, Moved To Old Friends

The 19-year-old Stephen Got Even will be moved to Old Friends Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, according to the Blood Horse. The son of A.P. Indy has been pensioned from stud duty at Lane’s End Farm. Out of the graded stakes-placed mare Immerse (Cox’s Ridge), Stephen Got Even retired from racing with earnings of over $1 […]

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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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Stevie Wonderboy sires first winner

Freshman sire Stevie Wonderboy landed his first winner this week when Sunny Superstition won in his third start at Del Mar.  Stevie Wonderboy sired 74 foals in his first crop.  He stood the 2011 season for $10,000 at Airdrie Stud in Kentucky.

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Quality Road to Stand for $35,000; Lane’s End Sets 2011 Stud Fees

Lane’s End has established a $35,000 live foal stud fee, payable when the foal stands and nurses, for multiple Grade 1 winner Quality Road, whose career ended on a disappointing note when last of 12 runners in the $5-million Breeders’ Cup Classic on Nov. 6. The fee for the 4-year-old son of Elusive Quality–Kobla, by […]

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  By Ray Paulick In the sale ring, on the racetrack and in the breeding shed, A.P. Indy has been a star. The son of Seattle Slew topped the 1990 Keeneland July yearling sale when he sold for $2.9 million. He was the champion 3-year-old and Horse of the Year in 1992, his victories including […]

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This is the fifth in a series of articles written by Edwin Anthony examining the pedigrees of leading contenders for this year’s Kentucky Derby. Previously, he looked at Louisiana Derby winner Friesan Fire, Florida Derby winner Quality Road, Santa Anita Derby winner Pioneerof the Nile and the talented Dunkirk. This week, Anthony examines the bloodlines […]

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