Stallion Relocation

Justin Phillip Moves To The Quarter Company In New Mexico For 2020

Grade 1 winner Justin Phillip has been sold and will stand the 2020 breeding season at The Quarter Company in Chamberino, N.M., BloodHorse reports. The 11-year-old son of First Samurai previously stood at Castleton Lyons in Lexington, Ky., where he entered stud in 2014. He’ll stand in New Mexico for an advertised fee of $3,000. […]

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Shakin It Up Moves To Caines Stallion Station In Oklahoma For 2020

Shakin It Up (Midnight Lute – Silver Bullet Moon), the first horse in 40 years to pull off the Grade 1 Malibu and G2 San Vicente Stakes double, has been sold to continue his career at Caines Stallion Station in Okalahoma in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. In two crops of […]

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Classic-Placed Revolutionary Sold To Stand In Korea

Revolutionary, a classic-placed Grade 2 winner and sire, has been sold to continue his stallion career in Korea. The 9-year-old son of War Pass was imported into the country on Aug. 28, according to Korea Racing Authority records. He previously stood at WinStar Farm in Versailles, Ky., where he retired to stud in 2015. Revolutionary […]

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Lord Of Greatness Moves To Wind N’ Spring Farm In West Virginia

Lord of Greatness, an 18-time winner, has been sold and relocated to Wind N’ Spring Farm in Charles Town, W.V., for the 2020 breeding season, where he will stand for a private fee. The 13-year-old son of Greatness entered stud in 2017 at Stonewall’s Prestige Stallions in Ocala, Fla., following an on-track career that spanned […]

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Blueskiesnrainbows Relocated To Sunlight Farm In Oklahoma

Blueskiesnrainbows (English Channel-Cho Cho San, by Deputy Minister) has moved to stand the 2019 breeding season in Sallisaw, Okla., at the home base of owner Kelly Mitchell’s Bad Boy Racing. He will stand for a fee of $2,500. Blueskiesnrainbows, a multiple graded stakes-winner of over $672,500, will stand at Sunlight Farm, which is managed by […]

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Morning Line Moves To A & A Ranch In New Mexico For 2019

Grade 1 winner Morning Line will relocate to A & A Ranch in Anthony, N.M., for the 2019 breeding season, where he will stand for an advertised fee of $3,500, BloodHorse reports. The 11-year-old Tiznow horse previously stood at Lane’s End in Versailles, Ky., where he entered stud in 2014. His first foals are 3-year-olds […]

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Chilean Sires Passion For Gold, Dosificado Move To Milky Way Farm In California

Two stallions have arrived from Chile to join the stallion roster at Milky Way Farm in Temecula, Calif., for 2019. Passion for Gold  (Medaglia d’Oro x C’Est L’Amour) is one of five champions sired by Medaglia d’Oro including Songbird, Rachel Alexandra and Vancouver. He was champion and highweighted 2-year-old in France and won the Group […]

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Veteran Sire J P’s Gusto Exported To Korea

Grade 1 winner and veteran sire J P’s Gusto will continue his stallion career in Korea, having arrived in the country on Nov. 22. The 10-year-old son of Successful Appeal stood the 2018 breeding season at Bridlewood Farm, where he covered four reported mares in his seventh year at stud. His runners are led by […]

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Shanghai Bobby Sold To Stand In Japan

Shanghai Bobby, the champion 2-year-old male of 2012, has been sold to stand in Japan, BloodHorse reports. The 8-year-old son of Harlan’s Holiday will reside at Arrow Stud in Hokkaido, where he arrived from quarantine on Nov. 24. He stood his first five Northern Hemisphere seasons at Ashford Stud in Versailles, Ky. Shanghai Bobby has […]

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Gemologist Moved To Acadiana Equine At Copper Crowne In Louisiana

Gemologist, Tiznow’s Grade 1-winning 3-year-old and undefeated G2-winning juvenile, has been relocated from WinStar Farm to Acadiana Equine at Copper Crowne in Opelousas, La., for the upcoming breeding season, in a deal brokered by David Tillson and Docatty Stables. The 9-year-old stallion will stand for $4,500 S&N. A top five first-crop sire in 2016, a […]

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