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First Foal Is A Colt For Lane’s End Sire Unified

The first foal by freshman Lane’s End stallion Unified arrived Thursday, Jan. 10. The colt, who was bred by Colby Marks, was born at Stonehaven Steadings in Versailles, Ky. The colt is out of the Proud Citizen mare Citizen by Day, who is a full-sister to the graded stakes-winning 2012 Kentucky Derby fourth place finisher […]

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Stormy’s Song Sells For $102,000 To Headline Wednesday At Keeneland November Sale

Stormy’s Song, a winning filly by Unbridled’s Song, brought $102,000 from Army Mule Partnership to top Wednesday’s session of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. During this 10th session of the 12-day sale, 237 horses grossed $2,903,800 for an average of $12,252 and a median of $7,000. There are no comparable figures from 2017. Cumulatively, 2,286 […]

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Lane’s End Announces Stud Fees For Accelerate, City Of Light, and West Coast

Lane’s End Farm announced the 2019 stud fees for Accelerate, City of Light and West Coast. Champion older horse-elect Accelerate capped off an incredible 2018 season, which included five Grade 1 wins, with a thrilling victory in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic. Accelerate bested 10 G1 winners in his Classic victory, earning a 105 Beyer […]

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Lane’s End’s Incoming Stallion Trio On Different Paths After Breeders’ Cup

The Lane’s End stallion operation held a strong hand heading into this year’s Breeders’ Cup at Churchill Downs, with each of its three incoming stallions for 2019 being strong contenders in showcase races, and it exited the event with two winners. In the days following the marquee card, the paths to the breeding shed for […]

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‘Really A Champion’: Sadler Shifts Focus To Accelerate After First Breeders’ Cup Win

The wait is over for highly respected trainer John Sadler, but he wasn’t all that interested in talking about winning his first Breeders’ Cup race after years of trying. Zero for 44 tries was a thing of the past, and Sadler wants to leave it there. Instead, he was talkin’ horses. And, though his Classic […]

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Breeders’ Cup Winners Accelerate, City Of Light, And Monomoy Girl Could Meet In Pegasus

Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Accelerate was bright-eyed the morning after his triumphant victory at Churchill Downs, and trainer John Sadler told drf.com that the colt was in good shape. Plans call for the 5-year-old son of Lookin at Lucky to spend a few days at Lanes End Farm this week, where he will stand stud for […]

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Updated: Zenyatta Loses 2018 Into Mischief Foal, Mare ‘Bounced Back Well’

An official Equineline mare produce record indicated late Wednesday that Zenyatta has lost her 2018 foal by Into Mischief. Equineline noted the foal, which had been due this spring, has been aborted. Zenyatta’s connections updated her blog Friday morning, revealing the abortion happened mid-April and was caused by low grade placentitis which caused “premature placental […]

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Jamie Theriot Accepts Offer To Ride Full Time In Mauritius

In over 20 years of riding, jockey Jamie Theriot has had some incredible experiences. Perhaps the best experience is awaiting him following the conclusion of the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots Winter Meet when he moves to the Southern Hemisphere to ride full time at Champ de Mars Race Course in Port Louis, Mauritius. Theriot, 38, […]

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Bloodlines: Quality Road Ascends To Elite Sire Status

One of the positive revelations of the 2017 season was the affirmation – generally believed but now thoroughly proven – that the young sire Quality Road is a member of the stallion elite. On entering stud in 2011, Quality Road was an outstanding prospect. The tall and striking dark horse was one of the very […]

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New Stud Fee Set For Classic Winner Tonalist

Lane’s End Farm has announced that four-time Grade 1 winner Tonalist (Tapit — Settling Mist, by Pleasant Colony) will stand the 2018 breeding season for $20,000, live foal stands and nurses. The Classic-winning son of Tapit bred over 250 mares in his first two seasons at stud. Tonalist was represented by his first foals this […]

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