Rancho San Miguel

Master Juba Becomes First Winner For Rancho San Miguel’s Typhoon Slew

Rancho San Miguel stallion Typhoon Slew sired his first career winner when Master Juba won on Saturday at Santa Anita by over five lengths. Master Juba, from the first crop of Typhoon Slew, is only his sire’s second runner. He’s started twice and has earned $19,551. The 3-year-old gelding was bred by Woodstock Racing Stable […]

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‘Quality From Top To Bottom’: Danzing Candy’s First Foal Is A Filly

Rancho San Miguel’s multiple Grade 2-winning stallion Danzing Candy had his first foal hit the ground on Jan. 5 at Woodbridge Farm in Oakdale, Calif. The filly was bred by Premier Thoroughbreds and is out of the stakes-placed producing Monarchos broodmare Ms Glory Be. She was an earner of over $228,000. Sue Greene, owner and […]

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Danzing Candy To Stand At Rancho San Miguel

Danzing Candy will be standing at Tom and Nancy Clark’s Rancho San Miguel for the 2018 season at a fee of $5,000 as property of a syndicate. The deal was brokered between Brett Lindenbaum and Checkmate Thoroughbreds. Multiple Grade 2 winner Danzing Candy, a son of Twirling Candy, earned $700,930 with his six wins from […]

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First Foal A Colt For Typhoon Slew

Joseph LaCombe Stables, Inc.’s Typhoon Slew had his first foal drop on February 6th a gray colt out of Babes Bridge It. Typhoon Slew is a graded stakes-placed winner by Stormy Atlantic and is a half-brother to Slew’s Tiznow, the 2015 leading freshman sire in California. “The new Typhoon Slew colt is very forward acting […]

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First Foal A Filly For Northern Causeway

Graded stakes winner Northern Causeway, standing at Rancho San Miguel, sired his first foal on Jan. 28; a filly out of the stakes-placed Swiss Bliss (by Swiss Yodeler). The filly was bred by Mike Harrington. Farm manager Clay Murdock, “I see lots of Giant’s Causeway expressed in her with that beautiful face and body.” Northern […]

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California Champion 2-Year-Old Rousing Sermon To Stand At Rancho San Miguel

Rousing Sermon, the Champion California-bred 2-Year-Old by Lucky Pulpit, has been retired and will stand at Rancho San Miguel. The multiple stakes winner of $821,572 was the Champion California-bred 2-Year-Old primarily due to his dominant Bob Benoit California Cup Juvenile Stakes win and his photo finish for the win when second in the Grade One […]

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U S Ranger Sold, To Stand in California

U S Ranger, the 10-year-old Danzig sire and former champion sprinter in Europe, has been sold and relocated to Rancho San Miguel Farm in San Miguel, CA to stand for the 2015 breeding season. His fee will be $3,000 stands and nurses. “We are delighted to have been able to secure U S Ranger for […]

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McCann’s Mojave Dies of Colic

McCann’s Mojave, a multiple graded stakes winner of more than $1.5 million, was euthanized due to colic at 11:45 a.m in Apple Valley, Calif., Friday morning, said Santa Anita Publicity Director Mike Willman, owner of the California-bred son of Memo, who stood at Rancho San Miguel in San Miguel, CA. Willman also bred McCann’s Mojave, […]

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The Pamplemousse has been retired to Rancho San Miguel

A fan favorite in 2009, The Pamplemousse has never recovered from an injury discovered just before that year’s running of the Santa Anita Derby. He will stand at Rancho San Miguel.

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