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First Foal Is A Colt For Grade 2 Winner Destin

The first foal by Destin was born at Saratoga Glen Farm for breeder Amber Cobb on Jan. 11. The dark bay colt is the first foal out of the Take Charge Indy mare, Jurere who is from the immediate family of Grade 1 Millionaires Summer Squall, Court Vision and champion A.P. Indy. A full brother […]

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The Lieutenant, Half To Justify, Shuttling To Peru

Becky Thomas and Boris Schwartzman are pleased to announce that graded stakes winner The Lieutenant, a Grade 3-winning half-brother to Triple Crown winner Justify, will stand the 2019 Southern Hemisphere breeding season at one of Peru’s leading stud farms, Haras Barlovento. The bay colt by champion 2-year-old and Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense retired with […]

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‘We Are Particularly Thrilled’: Union Jackson’s First Foal Is A Colt

Bred by the Mr. Amore Stables of Ron Lombardi, Union Jackson’s first foal, a flashy bay colt out of the Rockport Harbor mare Hoboken Honey, was born at Sequel New York on Jan. 13. A multiple graded stakes-winning owner with earnings of more than $10 million, Mr. Amore Stables has enjoyed much success lately, having […]

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Silver Mission Gives Freshman Sire Mission Impazible First Winner From First Starter

Sequel Stallions’ freshman sire Mission Impazible, the multiple Grade 2 winner and multiple Grade 1-placed millionaire by Unbridled’s Song, was represented with his first winner from his first starter on Thursday, when 2-year-old colt Silver Mission scored a debut victory in the first race at Aqueduct – an open $100,000 Maiden Special Weight for 2-year-olds. […]

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Stallion Farms Pledge Support To Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance

Twenty commercial breeding farms from across the country have signed on to support the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance (TAA) by donating a portion of their stud fees to support Thoroughbred aftercare in 2015. They are: Adena Springs, Airdrie Stud, Castleton Lyons, Claiborne, Darby Dan, Darley America, Gainesway Farm, Hill ‘n’ Dale, Lane’s End, Millennium Farms, Ocala […]

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Sequel New York Releases Stud Fees for 2015

New York’s premier breeding operation has announced stud fees for 2015. Freud, who has been called the cornerstone of the New York breeding program will remain at $10,000. Sequel welcomes Alpha, a multiple G1 winning son of leading sire Bernardini who joins the lucrative New York program in 2015 at $8,500 for Darley. The other Darley […]

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Grade 1 Winner Alpha Retired, To Stand at Sequel Stallions in New York

Alpha, son of leading sire and fellow Darley stallion Bernardini, and the first horse to win both the Travers and the Woodward in nearly fifteen years, will stand at Becky Thomas’s Sequel Stallions in New York Raced in the famous royal blue silks of Godolphin, Alpha won his first start at two by six lengths […]

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Noble Causeway, Sire of Samraat, Dies at 12

Noble Causeway, sire of G3 Gotham Stakes winner Samraat, was euthanized May 27 after suffering from laminitis, according to a report in the Blood-Horse. He was 12. The son of Giant’s Causeway raced for Len Riggio’s My Meadowview Farm and was trained by Nick Zito during his racing career. As a 3-year-old in 2005, Noble […]

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Unlashthekraken First Winner for Stallion Desert Party

The winning margin of two and one-half lengths by Unlashthekraken on May 6 didn’t quite match his sire’s three-and-three-quarter length victory in his first career outing, but nonetheless, it was a like-father/like-son performance as first-year sire Desert Party gets off the mark with his first winner. Unlashthekraken broke alertly from the gate in this six-furlong […]

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