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Ontario Farms Park Stud, Joey Gee Thoroughbreds Listed For Sale

Two prominent properties on Ontario’s Thoroughbred landscape – Park Stud and Joey Gee Thoroughbreds – have been put on the market, Canadian Thoroughbred reports. Park Stud in Mono, Ontario is a 100-acre operation owned by Michael and Laurel Byrne. The farm is home to the young sire Frac Daddy, who has quickly made his way […]

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Top Canadian Freshman Sire Frac Daddy’s Fee To Remain At $5,000 For 2020

Leading Canadian freshman and 2-year-old sire, Frac Daddy will stand the 2020 breeding season at Park Stud in Mono, Ontario for a fee of $5,000 Canadian. Special consideration will be given to previous breeders and for multiple mares in 2020. A multiple graded stakes-winning son of international sensation Scat Daddy, Frac Daddy has seven winners […]

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Frac Daddy Sires First Winner At Woodbine

The initial 2-year-old race of the season at Woodbine produced a notable first on Friday, when Owlette became the first winner for her sire, Frac Daddy. The bay filly led every step of the way in the 4 1/2-furlong race to stop the clock in :52.16 seconds over Woodbine’s all-weather Tapeta surface. Patrick Husbands had […]

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Stallion Season Auction Organized To Benefit Victims Of Ontario Barn Fire

Park Stud has joined forces with Starquine.com to present an online stallion season auction on Jan. 11-15 to benefit the victims of a barn fire on Jan. 4 at Classy Lane Stables in Ontario, Canada. The fire took the lives of 43 standardbred racehorses. Proceeds from the auction will go directly to the Ontario Harness […]

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Multiple Graded Stakes Winner Frac Daddy Retired From Racing

Multiple graded stakes winner Frac Daddy has been retired from racing, according to a report in the Blood-Horse. Trainer Ken McPeek said in a press release issued July 28 that the 5-year-old horse by Scat Daddy suffered a “mild strain of a suspensory branch”. Frac Daddy was campaigned by Magic City Thoroughbred Partners during his […]

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Frac Daddy Suffers Tendon Injury; Prognosis Pending

Late Saturday morning, Frac Daddy was scratched from the $1 million TVG Pacific Classic due to a tendon injury. Exactly how the injury occurred remained something of a mystery a day later. “Honestly, we don’t really know what happened,” said Blake Heap, in charge of the preparations here for Kentucky-based trainer Ken McPeek. “We know […]

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Game On Dude, Frac Daddy Turn in Works Toward Pacific Classic

Defending TVG Pacific Classic champion Game On Dude worked 7 furlongs in 1:24.60 seconds Wednesday morning with Mike Smith up. Track clockers caught the 7-year-old son of Awesome Again in :59.40 for five furlongs and 1:11.60 for three-quarters. “He ran away from stablemate Drill and went through some very serious splits,” said clocker Toby Turrell. […]

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Fed Biz Breaks Track Record in San Diego Victory

Fed Biz maintained his perfect record at Del Mar Saturday as he led from start to finish to win the featured Grade II $200,000 San Diego Handicap in track record time of 1:41 flat for the mile and one-sixteenth over the Polytrack surface. Sent to the lead from his outside post position by jockey Martin […]

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Frac Daddy, Fed Biz Line Up for Saturday’s San Diego Handicap

With the unfortunate morning training mishap suffered by pre-race favorite Dance With Fate Thursday morning, 4-year-old Frac Daddy, a two-time stakes winner in 2014, is now the likely favorite Saturday in the Grade II, $200,000 San Diego Handicap at Del Mar. The mile and one-sixteenth contest, a prelude to the $1-million TVG Pacific Classic on […]

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