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Shaman Ghost To Enter Stud In California At Tommy Town Thoroughbreds

Adena Springs announced today Shaman Ghost will stand his first season in California at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds LLC for the 2018 breeding season. His stud fee will be $10,000, live foal stands and nurses.  There will be special consideration for young stakes-winning mares at a reduced stud fee of $7,500, live foal stands and nurses. […]

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Stronach Moving Three Stallions To California To Improve Population Problem

Stronach Group founder Frank Stronach is taking a hands-on approach to helping fill future fields at Santa Anita Park. According to a report from the Daily Racing Form’s Joe Nevills, Stronach will move two stallions – City Wolf (by Giant’s Causeway) and North Light (by Danehill) from his Kentucky operation to EF1 Farm in Hemet, […]

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Shaman Ghost Retired From Racing, To Stand In California

Multiple Grade 1 winner Shaman Ghost has been retired from racing and will stand in California. The retirement was confirmed Monday by trainer James Jerkens on his Twitter account. In an interview last week with the BloodHorse, Frank Stronach said that the Stronach family would send three stallions to stand in California in 2018, as a part of […]

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Ghostzapper Leads 2018 Sire Roster At Adena Springs

Adena Springs’ nine-horse stallion roster is led by Ghostzapper, who finished 2017 as the eighth general leading sire in North America. A homebred son of Adena Kentucky stallion Awesome Again, Ghostzapper enjoyed considerable success in 2017 with 15 black-type winners, eight graded winners, and two grade 1 winners, and his progeny earnings exceeded $10.3 million. His 2018 […]

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Shaman Ghost To Have Procedure On Throat, Will Miss Planned Start In Woodward

Shaman Ghost will have a procedure done on his throat on Monday at Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists in Elmont, New York, keeping him out of the Grade 1, $750,000 Woodward on September 2, Jerkens said. “We’re going to ship him down there and have the procedure,” Jerkens said. “He was making a little bit of […]

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Wilkins Joins Adena Springs Kentucky In Business And Stallion Operations Position

Ken Wilkins will be joining the business and stallion operations team at Adena Springs Kentucky, effective immediately. “We are very pleased that Ken will be joining our Kentucky operation as he has vast knowledge and experience in the stallion marketplace,” said Frank Stronach. “We look forward to having Ken liaise with our loyal base of […]

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Queen’s Plate Victress Holy Helena Targeting Aug. 19 Alabama Stakes

Stronach Stable’s Queen’s Plate winner Holy Helena has settled in at Jimmy Jerkens’ Saratoga barn in good order and is likely to make her Spa debut in the Grade 1, $600,000 Alabama on August 19, her trainer said on Friday morning. Jerkens added that the Ontario-bred Ghostzapper filly is expected to work in the coming […]

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Keen Ice Remata Con Fuerzas Y Sorprende A Shaman Ghost En El Suburban Handicap

El triunfo más reciente de Keen Ice previo al Suburban había ocurrido hace casi dos años. El hijo de Curlin aprovechó una tenaz lucha entre American Pharoah y Frosted para atropellar por fuera y dar cuenta del triplecoronado en los metros finales del Travers S. (G1), el 25 de Agosto de 2015 en Saratoga. Keen Ice, […]

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Keen Ice Finds His Form, Runs Down Shaman Ghost In Suburban Handicap

Known as the only horse to beat Triple Crown champion American Pharoah during his 3-year-old campaign, Donegal Racing and Calumet Farm’s Keen Ice had not found the winner’s circle since the 2015 Travers. Transferred to trainer Todd Pletcher after the 2016 Dubai World Cup, the colt had been hitting the board in good company but […]

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