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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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Adena Springs Donates Seasons To Shaman Ghost, Others, For Canadian Hall Of Fame Gala

Stronach Stables-owned and Adena Springs-bred Queen’s Plate winner Shaman Ghost is being inducted to the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame on Wednesday, Aug. 8 at the Mississauga Convention Centre in Mississauga, Ontario. In celebration, Stronach Stables is donating a 2019 breeding season of the newly minted Hall of Fame member to be auctioned at […]

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Shaman Ghost Moves To Adena Springs Kentucky For 2019

Adena Springs’ multiple Grade 1 winner and $3,859,311 earner Shaman Ghost is relocating to Adena Springs in Paris, Ky. for the 2019 breeding season. The son of Horse of the Year Ghostzapper, out of the Gilded Time mare Getback Time, stood the 2018 season in California at Lovacres Ranch and bred 92 mares in his […]

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Grant Williamson To Join Fasig-Tipton

Fasig-Tipton announced today that industry veteran Grant Williamson will be joining the company’s staff, effective June 11.  He will join the auction team as a sales announcer, and will also serve as an Account Executive, participating in sales recruitment. Williamson is currently the Director of Stallion Nominations and Sales at Three Chimneys Farm.  Prior to Three […]

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Keeneland Presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Ghostzapper’s Versatility

May 5 was a monumental day for the Adena Springs stallion Ghostzapper, the 2004 Horse of the Year by Awesome Again. Both Ghostzapper and Awesome Again were bred and raced by Frank Stronach, owner of the Paris, Ky., farm where they both stand. Ghostzapper’s daughter Stage Magic produced G1 Kentucky Derby winner Justify (by Scat […]

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Mucho Macho Man’s First Starter, Mucho Amor, Wins At Keeneland

Adena Springs’ Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner Mucho Macho Man was represented by his first winner with his first-ever starter April 26 at Keeneland when 2-year-old filly Mucho Amor won a 4 1/2-furlong maiden special weight race under Joel Rosario at Keeneland. Trained by Wesley Ward for Ten Broeck Farm, Mucho Amor went right to […]

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Adena Springs Freshman Sire Capo Bastone Gets First Winner From First Starter

Adena Springs’ Capo Bastone, the Grade 1-winning son of Street Boss, sired his first winner from his first starter on Wednesday when 2-year-old colt Hargus won his debut in a 4 1/2-furlong maiden special weight race at Keeneland. Trained by Wesley Ward for Danny Pate, the chestnut colt broke quickly from post 10 and was head-to-head with […]

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Bloodlines: Rachel Alexandra Winner Drums Up Hopeful Beat For Sire

A young stallion with his future on the brink and an older, proven star of the stallion ranks sired the winners of the two important 3-year-old preps at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans on Saturday, Feb. 17. The once-beaten Monomoy Girl is a second-crop daughter of the Tapit stallion Tapizar, whose offspring so invigorated […]

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Old Friends: Private Zone Euthanized After ‘Small Intestinal Colic’

Multiple grade 1 winner Private Zone was euthanized today at Park Equine Hospital at Woodford in Versailles, KY. According to Park’s attending veterinarian, Dr. Bryan Waldridge, the cause of death was complications of duodenitis/proximal jejunitis (anterior enteritis). “This is a small intestinal colic characterized by inactivity of the small intestine and large amounts of reflux […]

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Shaman Ghost Retired From Racing, To Stand In California

Multiple Grade 1 winner Shaman Ghost has been retired from racing and will stand in California. The retirement was confirmed Monday by trainer James Jerkens on his Twitter account. In an interview last week with the BloodHorse, Frank Stronach said that the Stronach family would send three stallions to stand in California in 2018, as a part of […]

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