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Stallion Spotlight: Darley’s Darren Fox On Astern

Stallion Spotlight offers stud farm representatives a chance to address breeders and answer questions as they finalize their mating decisions for the 2020 breeding season. In this edition, Darren Fox, sales manager for Darley America, discusses shuttle stallion Astern, a star in his native Australia whose first Northern Hemisphere foals are yearlings of 2020. Astern […]

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It’s A Boy! Sippican Harbor’s First Foal Is A Colt

Sippican Harbor, a Grade 1 winner as a juvenile, gave birth to her first foal, a colt by prominent sire Medaglia d’Oro, on Jan. 26 at Taylor Made Farm in Nicholasville, Ky. The colt was bred by Lee Pokoik, who campaigned Sippican Harbor during her on-track career. A 4-year-old daughter of Orb, Sippican Harbor won […]

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Enticed Retired To Darley America For 2020

Enticed, a multiple graded stakes-winning son of Medaglia d’Oro out of triple Grade 1 winner It’s Tricky, has been retired from racing and will stand the 2020 breeding season at Darley’s Jonabell Farm in Lexington, Ky., at a fee of $10,000, stands and nurses. Enticed, who raced for Godolphin under the care of trainer Kiaran […]

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Sippican Harbor Retired, Bred To Medaglia d’Oro

Grade 1 winner Sippican Harbor was retired from racing earlier this year, and she was bred last month to prominent sire Medaglia d’Oro. The news was initially reported by Tim Wilkin of the Albany Times Union. Sippican Harbor, a 3-year-old Orb filly, put herself on the radar among last year’s prominent juvenile fillies after a […]

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Darley America Announces 2019 Fees, Topped By Medaglia d’Oro At $200,000

Darley America, based at Jonabell Farm in Lexington, Ky., has announced the advertised fees for its 2019 stallion roster. This year has seen Medaglia d’Oro enjoy fantastic returns in the sales ring. He has sired an astounding eight seven-figure yearlings, including three of the top four at Saratoga and an additional five at Keeneland September. Only Northern Dancer and Storm […]

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Pair Of Flying Start Grads To Join Keeneland Sales Team

Keeneland officials today announced that Kyle Wilson and Dean Roethemeier will join the sales team as Sales Associates effective March 19. Wilson and Roethemeier bring a breadth of international experience to Keeneland gained while working with major industry organizations around the world. Both are graduates of the Darley Flying Start (now Godolphin Flying Start) program. “We […]

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Animal Kingdom Notches First Winner In Australia

Two-year-old filly Earth Angel became her sire’s first winner in Australia on March 8, scoring on debut at Ballarat Race Course. Racing in the colors of Arrowfield Stud, Earth Angel was settled in the middle of the pack throughout most of the the six-furlong maiden race before unleashing a spectacular turn of foot through the […]

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Discreet Cat To Join Darley’s Stallion Roster In Japan

Discreet Cat (Forestry – Pretty Discreet, by Private Account), winner of the G1 Cigar Mile and the sire of six G1 horses (three of whom have won at the highest level), will stand as a Darley stallion in Japan for the forthcoming breeding season. A wide-margin winner of his sole start at two, Discreet Cat […]

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Boden Leaving Calumet To Re-Establish Bloodstock Consultancy

Charlie Boden, who served as racing manager and stallion season sales director for Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., since August last year, is leaving to re-establish his bloodstock consultancy, Charles H. Boden Thoroughbreds, Inc. “Calumet Farm’s mission is to revive the legacy that it once enjoyed and they are well on their way,” said Boden. […]

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