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Govenor Charlie’s First Winner Comes At Del Mar

California stallion Govenor Charlie was represented by his first winner on Sunday when Side Street Dave won the fourth race at Del Mar, a maiden claimer for 2-year-olds. Side Street Dave is out of the Street Cry mare Jolly Days, was bred by Terry Lovingier, is owned by London, Lovingier or Zondlo and is trained […]

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Great Stuff Retired To Lovacres Ranch In California

Graded stakes winner Great Stuff has been retired and will stand the 2019 breeding season at Lovacres Ranch in Warner Springs, Calif., for a $5,000 fee, stands and nurses. Great Stuff is the only son of Quality to Road to stand in California. Quality Road was the number-one sire by Grade 1 winners in 2018. […]

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First Foal Is A Colt For Adena Springs’ Shaman Ghost

The first foal by Canadian champion Shaman Ghost was born on Jan. 19 when the Scat Daddy mare Daddy’s Duo had a colt at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds in Santa Ynez, Calif. Owned by the Batchelor Family Trust, Daddy’s Duo is a two-time winner in California, out of the Sir Cat mare Marque Gal. Shaman Ghost […]

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Shaman Ghost Moves To Adena Springs Kentucky For 2019

Adena Springs’ multiple Grade 1 winner and $3,859,311 earner Shaman Ghost is relocating to Adena Springs in Paris, Ky. for the 2019 breeding season. The son of Horse of the Year Ghostzapper, out of the Gilded Time mare Getback Time, stood the 2018 season in California at Lovacres Ranch and bred 92 mares in his […]

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Grade 1 Winner Stay Thirsty Sold; To Stand In California

Multiple Grade 1 winner Stay Thirsty has been sold and will relocate to Lovacres Ranch in California. The¬†BloodHorse¬†reports that Terry Lovingier, owner of Lovacres Ranch, purchased Stay Thirsty outright from Ashford Stud. “Stay Thirsty brings a ton of pedigree and is a big alternative to a lot of stallions out here,” Lovingier told the BloodHorse. […]

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