Stallion Retirements

J. S. Choice Retired To Stand In Korea

J. S. Choice, the first runner owned by the Korean Racing Authority to earn graded stakes black type in the U.S., has been retired from racing and was exported to South Korea on March 8 to begin his stallion career. The 5-year-old son of Congrats finished his on-track career with one win in 17 starts […]

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Mubtaahij Retired, Likely To Stand In Argentina

Mubtaahij, a graded stakes winner in the U.S. and U.A.E., has been retired from racing and will likely begin his stallion career in Argentina, BloodHorse reports. The 7-year-old son of Dubawi is currently residing at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms in Lexington, Ky., while his stud plans are finalized. Bloodstock agent Donato Lanni told BloodHorse’s Jeremy […]

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Chamois Retired To Flying P Ranch In Alabama

Chamois, a multiple stakes winner of $353,914, has been retired and will stand the 2019 breeding season at Flying P Ranch in Hope Hull, Ala. A son of two-time leading sire Smart Strike out of Grade 1 winner and multiple stakes producer Meridiana [GER], Chamois will stand for $2,000, with special consideration to approved mares. […]

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Long On Value Enters Stud At Pleasant Acres Stallions In Florida

Long On Value – multiple graded stakes winner and millionaire ­– will stand at Pleasant Acres Stallions in Morriston, Fla., for the 2019 breeding season with a $2,500 fee. With 32 starts, Long On Value finished in the top four in 22 races, including 12 graded stakes. “Helen and I are excited to have the millionaire, Long On Value, join […]

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