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First Crop Snapshot: Lord Nelson’s Weanlings Stand Out At November Sales

Lord Nelson’s debut crop of foals have made it through their first fall mixed sale season, and the numbers have come back largely positive. With the fall sale season complete for the weanlings of Lord Nelson in the Fasig-Tipton November Sale and Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, the resident of Spendthrift Farm saw 10 weanlings […]

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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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Hightail Returns To Calumet Farm For 2020 Breeding Season

Returning to Calumet Farm for the 2020 season is Hightail, by Mineshaft out of Stormy Renee (by Storm Cat out of Seattle Slew’s multiple Grade 1-winning daughter Fleet Renee). “He has proven that he can sire a Grade 1 horse on a limited sample size,” said Calumet Farm’s director of stallions Jak Knelman. “With small […]

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Ransom The Moon To Stand At Calumet Farm In 2019

Multiple Grade 1 winner Ransom The Moon (Malibu Moon – Count to Three by Red Ransom) will stand at Calumet Farm for the 2019 breeding season. “As the only Grade 1-winning sprinting son of Malibu Moon to go to stud, Ransom the Moon offers breeders with a dirt-speed option on an incredible sire line. Since […]

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Millionaire Real Solution To Stand At Louisiana’s Blue Star Racing

Calumet Farm’s Real Solution, a multiple (G1) winner and Millionaire by Kitten’s Joy out of Reachfortheheavens by Pulpit, will stand at Dex Comardelle’s Blue Star Racing stallion facility in Scott, Louisiana. On lease from Calumet, Comardelle and Calumet hope to offer Louisiana a premium product and provide Real Solution a competitive book of mares that […]

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Keen Ice To Stand At Calumet After 2017 Season

Keen Ice, the 2015 G1 Travers Stakes Winner and only horse to beat American Pharoah in his record setting 3YO season, will take up stud duty at the end of his racing career at Calumet Farm near Lexington. “We are excited to offer this exceptional looking son of Curlin to our breeders,” said director of […]

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