Causeforcommotion Airs Second Off The Layoff In Santa Barbara

In her second start off a lengthy absence, trainer Eric Kruljac’s Causeforcommotion fairly ran her competition off their feet in winning Saturday’s Grade III, $100,000 Santa Barbara Stakes by nine lengths. Second in the Santa Barbara a year ago, the 5-year-old mare by Americain negotiated a mile and one half on turf under Geovanni Franco […]

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Calumet Sets Roster And Stud Fees For 2016, Including Regional Sires

Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., has set its stud fees for 2016, including regional sires.  New to Calumet for 2016 are Real Solution, Americain, Grey Swallow, Eye of the Leopard and Aikenite.  “We are attempting to offer a wide variety of bloodlines possessing soundness, conformation, and a propensity to winning classic two-turn races on both […]

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Calumet Farm Releases 2015 Stallion Roster, Fees

Calumet has set the stud fees for 2015 including regional sires.  Calumet has added 5 new stallions to the roster for next year and has relocated several other stallions. New to Calumet for 2015 are English Channel, Oxbow, Ready’s Image, Red Rocks (IRE) and Musketier (GER).   Calumet has relocated Aikenite to Bridlewood Farm in Ocala, […]

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Calumet Farm Names Wilkins New Director of Stallion Division

Calumet Farm has appointed Ken Wilkins as the new director of the farm’s stallion division, effective immediately. “We’re thrilled to be able to bring in such an accomplished stallion expert as Ken to help lead Calumet back as a leading stallion station in North America,” said Eddie Kane, Calumet’s general manager. “Ken has a terrific […]

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Two Stallions Added to Calumet Farm Roster

Group 1 winner Snapy Halo and graded stakes-placed Raison d’Etat have joined the Calumet Farm stallion roster for 2014. Snapy Halo, winner of the Group 1 Estrellas Mile in his native Argentina, will stand for $7,500. The son of Southern Halo is a full brother to Argentine champion Halo Ola, and to Group 1 winner […]

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Americain to stand Southern Hemisphere season at Swettenham Stud

Swettenham Stud is delighted to announce that it will be home to Americain for the champion stayer’s highly anticipated debut Australian breeding season. Kevin and Colleen Bamford and Gerry and Val Ryan, who raced the son of Dynaformer in partnership, this week signed off on an agreement to stand Americain at Swettenham’s base in Nagambie, […]

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Calumet Farm announces 2013 stud fees

Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., has announced its stud fees for its 2013 roster. The farm is led by 2010 Melbourne Cup (Aus-I) winner, Americain. The son of Dynaformer will stand his first season for $20,000. Multiple graded stakes winner Aikenite will stand for $7,500, as will stakes winner Lentenor, a full brother to 2006 […]

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Calumet Farm to stand Melbourne Cup winner Americain

Americain, winner of the 2010 Melbourne Cup, will commence his stud career at the famous Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky. Calumet Farm has purchased a 50% interest in the handsome son of Dynaformer, and Americain will travel to the United States in December to commence his stud career in February. In addition to winning the […]

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Melbourne Cup winner Americain to stand in Kentucky

Americain, winner of the 2010 Emirates Melbourne Cup (Aus-I), will stand the Northern Hemisphere breeding season in Kentucky, it was reported by The 6-year-old son of Dynaformer was bred in Kentucky by Wertheimer et Frere, and is out of the French group II winner America, by Arazi. Based throughout much of his career in […]

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