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Capo Bastone Moves To O’Sullivan Farms In West Virginia For 2020

Grade 1 winner Capo Bastone will relocate to O’Sullivan Farms in Charles Town, W.V., for the 2020 breeding season, where he will stand for an advertised fee of $2,000. The 9-year-old son of Street Boss previously stood at Adena Springs in Paris, Ky. His first foals are 3-year-olds of 2019. Capo Bastone’s runners are led […]

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Classic Winner Fort Larned To Stand At Duncan Farms In Ohio

Fort Larned is relocating from Adena Springs Kentucky to Daryl and Sally Duncan’s Duncan Farms in Ohio for the upcoming breeding season. A three-time Grade 1 winner and Eclipse Award finalist for America’s Top Older Male in 2012, Fort Larned won the 2012 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) and earned more than $4.4 million in a […]

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Adena Springs Sets 2020 Stallion Roster And Fees, Ghostzapper To Remain At $85,000

Adena Springs has set its 2020 stallion roster and fees, headlined by Ghostzapper who will remain at a fee of $85,000 S&N for the upcoming breeding season. The roster also features Point of Entry who will stand for $15,000 S&N, while Macho Uno and Macho Macho Man will each stand for $10,000 S&N, and Shaman […]

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Grade 1 Winner Delta Prince Euthanized At Age Six

Grade 1 winner Delta Prince, an Adena Springs homebred, was euthanized at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital on Friday, Oct. 25, following complications associated with laminitis and renal failure subsequent to an incident of colic. Set to join the Adena Springs Kentucky stallion roster for 2020, Delta Prince enjoyed a stellar racing career, earning $1,174,170 […]

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Awesome Again Pensioned From Stud Duty At Adena Springs

Awesome Again, the cornerstone of the Adena Springs racing and breeding programs for over two decades, has been pensioned from stud duty, BloodHorse reports. The 25-year-old son of Deputy Minister is a homebred for the Adena Springs operation, with a resume of brass-ring stakes victories including the 1998 Breeders’ Cup Classic, the Grade 1 Whitney […]

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Green Light Go Makes It Look Easy In Saratoga Special

Stronach Stables’ homebred Green Light Go made short work his six rivals in Saturday’s G2 Saratoga Special, settling off the pace and pulling away in the stretch run to win by 3 3/4 lengths as the 3-2 favorite. The juvenile son of Hard Spun, ridden by Junior Alvarado for trainer Jimmy Jerkens, covered 6 1/2 […]

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First Foal Is A Colt For Adena Springs’ Shaman Ghost

The first foal by Canadian champion Shaman Ghost was born on Jan. 19 when the Scat Daddy mare Daddy’s Duo had a colt at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds in Santa Ynez, Calif. Owned by the Batchelor Family Trust, Daddy’s Duo is a two-time winner in California, out of the Sir Cat mare Marque Gal. Shaman Ghost […]

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Adena Springs Kentucky Names Ken Wilkins Stallion Sales Manager

Ken Wilkins will be returning to the team at Adena Springs Kentucky, effective immediately. “We are very pleased that Ken, who has vast knowledge and experience in the stallion marketplace, will be part of our Kentucky operation,” said Donald Wells, farm manager and member of the Adena team for the past 12 years. “We look […]

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Ghostzapper Tops Adena Springs’ 2019 Fees At $85,000

Adena Springs Kentucky has set its 2019 stallion roster and fees, headlined by Ghostzapper who will remain at a fee of $85,000 S&N for the upcoming breeding season. The roster is also highlighted by the arrival of multiple Grade 1 winner Shaman Ghost, a champion son of Ghostzapper, who is relocating from California to Kentucky. […]

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