Taylor Made Stallions

Alan Sherman To Accompany California Chrome On Flight To Japan

Alan Sherman, the son and assistant of trainer Art Sherman, will make the trip over the Pacific Ocean with two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome as he prepares to continue his stallion career in Japan, Horse Racing Nation reports. The younger Sherman was instrumental in the son of Lucky Pulpit’s global campaign, which saw […]

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Japanese Stud Fee Announced For California Chrome

Two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome will stand for an advertised fee of 4 million yen (about $36,500) during his debut season at Arrow Stud in Japan, BloodHorse reports. The 8-year-old son of Lucky Pulpit was initially slated to stand the 2020 breeding season at Taylor Made Stallions in Nicholasville, Ky., for $30,000. California […]

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California Chrome Sold To Stand In Japan

The California Chrome Syndicate has reached an agreement with the JS Company LTD. of Japan to purchase California Chrome, subject to all the Japanese government’s quarantine and exportation requirements being met, Taylor Made Stallions announced today. As part of the agreement, the California Chrome Syndicate has the first right of refusal if California Chrome is […]

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California Chrome Leads 2020 Taylor Made Stallions Roster At $30,000

Taylor Made Stallions has set its 2020 stallion roster and fees, led by California Chrome who will stand the upcoming breeding season for $30,000 S&N. Joining California Chrome on the roster are Not This Time, who will stand for $12,500 S&N, Midnight Storm and Mshawish who will each stand for $10,000 S&N, and Daddy Long […]

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Multiple Stakes Winner Lake Ponchatrain Retired, Booked To California Chrome

Multiple stakes winner Lake Ponchatrain, a $626,368-earner whose accomplishments include 10 black-type wins and placings, has been retired from racing and is booked to visit two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome in 2020 for her first breeding. A 7-year-old daughter of 2010 Travers Stakes winner Afleet Express out of Harmony Lake, by Lucky Lionel, […]

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Graydar Relocated To Milky Way Farm In California

Grade 1 winner Graydar has moved from Taylor Made Stallions in Kentucky to Linda Madsen’s Milky Way Farms in Temecula, Calif. The 10-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song out of Sweetest Smile, by Dehere, is currently a Top 10 third-crop sire by earnings ($2,534,001), stakes winners (three), and winners (48). He is represented this year by […]

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Overanalyze, Daddy Long Legs, Editorial Book South American Shuttle Destinations

With the Northern Hemisphere breeding season drawn to a close, a handful of U.S. stallions will shuttle to different locations in South America to stand the Southern Hemisphere breeding season. South American publication Turf Diario rounded up some of the stallions headed south for the summer. Overanalyze, the leading juvenile sire of 2017, is already […]

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Montauk Daddy First North American Winner For Daddy Long Legs

Taylor Made Stallions’ Daddy Long Legs was represented by his first North American winner on Saturday when Montauk Daddy won a maiden special weight at Belmont Park. Ridden by Jose Lezcano for trainer Linda Rice, Montauk Daddy shot to the front shortly after the start of the six-furlong turf test. He shrugged off early pace […]

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Turned-Back Sale Of Unbridled’s Song As A Juvenile Altered Thoroughbred Industry’s Course

The horse that brings the most money at a sale will usually be the one that gets the most headlines immediately after the fact, but some of horse racing’s greatest competitors are ones that went home with the person trying to sell them. Unbridled’s Song did both, and altered the direction of North American racing […]

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‘We Are Very Bullish On This Sire Line’: First Foal Is A Filly For Grade 1 Winner Midnight Storm

Taylor Made Stallions’ Midnight Storm, a Grade 1-winning millionaire by Pioneerof the Nile, sired his first reported foal on Sunday evening, Jan. 13. Bred by Bob Liewald, the filly is out of Like a Hurricane, a 2-year-old maiden special weight winner on debut at Churchill Downs. “This is a really nice foal and she looks […]

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