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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Bal A Bali, First Weanlings Of 2019

It takes an incredible horse to become a multiple Grade 1 winner, and it takes one with an iron constitution to survive a bout of laminitis. The fact that Bal a Bali did the former after surviving the latter makes him practically one-of-a-kind. In this edition of In The Stud, Jak Knelman of Calumet Farm […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Bird Song, First Weanlings Of 2019

In a year of remembrance for the late Marylou Whitney, a tribute to her program’s success on the track and in the breeding shed can be seen this fall every time a weanling from the first crop of Bird Song walks through the ring. Bird Song, a 6-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song, raced as a […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Unified, First Crop Weanlings Of 2019

Candy Ride’s reputation as a sire of sires is gaining traction every year, and one of the stallions that will be at the forefront of that charge stands on the same roster. Unified, a Grade 2-winning son of the cornerstone Lane’s End stallion, will send his first weanlings to the fall mixed sales of 2019 […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Arrogate, First Crop Weanlings Of 2019

Only one horse at a time gets to be North America’s highest-earning Thoroughbred, and a march through the world’s most lucrative races placed the championship belt squarely with Arrogate when he retired to Juddmonte Farms for the 2018 breeding season. The title is still in his possession heading into the 2019 fall mixed sales, where […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: American Freedom, First Crop Weanlings Of 2019

The Paulick Report is pleased to bring back its In The Stud video series, focusing on the up-and-coming names on the North American stallion roster. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions whose first foals are weanlings of 2019. Paulick Report bloodstock editor Joe Nevills interviews farm staff about […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Shaman Ghost, First Crop Weanlings Of 2019

The Paulick Report is pleased to bring back its In The Stud video series, focusing on the up-and-coming names on the North American stallion roster. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions whose first foals are weanlings of 2019. Paulick Report bloodstock editor Joe Nevills interviews farm staff about […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Classic Empire, First Crop Weanlings Of 2019

The Paulick Report is pleased to bring back its In The Stud video series, focusing on the up-and-coming names on the North American stallion roster. The series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, will feature stallions whose first foals are weanlings of 2019. Paulick Report bloodstock editor Joe Nevills interviews farm staff about […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Mohaymen, New For 2018

Our spotlight on new sires for 2018 shines this week on Mohaymen, standing at Shadwell Farm’s Nashwan Stud in Kentucky. Bred in Kentucky by Clearsky Farms, Mohaymen is a son of Tapit out of the Dixie Union mare, Justwhistledixie. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s Shadwell Estate purchased the colt for $2.2. million at the […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Tom’s Ready, New At Spendthrift For 2018

Our spotlight on new stallions for 2018 shifts to Spendthrift Farm, where Tom’s Ready took up stud duty this year. On the track, the 5-year-old son of More Than Ready was a multiple graded stakes winner who won the Grade 2 Woody Stephens in one of the fastest times in recent memory. During his sophomore […]

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In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: Mastery, New At Claiborne For 2018

Our spotlight on new sires for 2018 shifts this week to a stallion whose promising, undefeated racing career was cut far too short by injury. With four victories from four starts, including three graded stakes wins along the Road to the Kentucky Derby, it could be argued Mastery would’ve been the favorite on the first […]

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