desert party

Cardiologist Sinatra Putting His Heart Behind Homebred Defending Maryland Million Champion

Before there was medicine, there were horses. Growing up on Long Island meant visits to Aqueduct, Belmont Park and Saratoga to watch the races. Wrestling at the Division I level in college honed a commitment to fitness and an appreciation for the athleticism of competitors in all sports. Stephen Sinatra was still a senior at […]

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Stallion Desert Party Sold; To Stand At Irish Century Farm

Stallion Desert Party, who was the leading freshman sire in New York in 2014, has been sold by Darley to a partnership and will relocate to Irish Century Farm near Saratoga Springs, New York. The Blood-Horse reports that the 10-year-old son of Street Cry was purchased by a group that includes the stallion’s co-breeder, Stephen Sinatra. Desert Party […]

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Merck Animal Health Presents Foals Of 2016: Nyquist, Cathryn Sophia

In a special edition of Foals of 2016, we are pleased to offer you a look back at Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist and Kentucky Oaks winner Cathryn Sophia when they were foals. Each became the first classic winner for their respective sires, Uncle Mo and Street Boss. This week’s foals hope to live up to […]

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Sequel Stallions New York Announces 2016 Stud Fees

Sequel Stallions New York  announced stud fees for 2016. Freud, who has been called the cornerstone of the New York breeding program, will remain at $10,000. Alpha, a multiple Grade 1-winning son of leading sire Bernardini who joined the lucrative New York program in 2015, will remain at $8,500 for Darley. The other Darley stallions […]

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Sequel New York Releases Stud Fees for 2015

New York’s premier breeding operation has announced stud fees for 2015. Freud, who has been called the cornerstone of the New York breeding program will remain at $10,000. Sequel welcomes Alpha, a multiple G1 winning son of leading sire Bernardini who joins the lucrative New York program in 2015 at $8,500 for Darley. The other Darley […]

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Party Pooper Gives Desert Party First Stakes Winner

Freshman sire Desert Party was represented by his first stakes winner on Friday night at Hastings Racecourse in Vancouver, B.C., when Party Pooper came from just off the pace to win the New Westminster Handicap for Mark DeDomenico and North American Thoroughbred Horse Company. Party Pooper covered 6 1/2 furlongs in 1:17.53 under Alex Bisono. […]

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Unlashthekraken First Winner for Stallion Desert Party

The winning margin of two and one-half lengths by Unlashthekraken on May 6 didn’t quite match his sire’s three-and-three-quarter length victory in his first career outing, but nonetheless, it was a like-father/like-son performance as first-year sire Desert Party gets off the mark with his first winner. Unlashthekraken broke alertly from the gate in this six-furlong […]

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Freud tops 2014 Sequel Stallions Roster in NY

Stallions at Sequel Stallions in N.Y. will return for the 2014 breeding season with stud fees unchanged from 2013. The stud roster is again headed by Storm Cat son Freud, who will stand for $10,000 for a live foal. Freud is a full brother to Giant’s Causeway and has been a top-ranked stallion in New […]

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Forego Winner Emcee to Sequel NY; Girolamo Relocates to KY

After winning his first two starts by wide margins, a game Emcee finished a length third in the six-furlong G3 Tom Fool Handicap then went on to race in four G1s including the Carter Handicap, Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap, the Forego Handicap and the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile of 2012. He was significantly hampered in […]

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bloodstock in the bluegrass: New Kentucky stallion Desert Party

The next chapter in Frank Mitchell’s new Kentucky stallion series in 2011 is a look at Darley’s newest stallion Desert Party who is standing Jonabell for $10,000.

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