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Raised a Secret wins the 2015 Harris Farm Stakes.
Raised a Secret, a Grade 3-placed stakes winner, will begin his stallion career at Oakhurst Equine Veterinary Services in Newburg, Ore., during the 2018 breeding season for an advertised fee of $1,000.Full Story >>
January 16, 2018
Grade 2 winner Iliad will begin his stallion career at Battle River Stud in Camrose, Alberta, Canada, for the 2018 breeding season, standing for an advertised of $3,500 Canadian.
Multiple Grade 1 winner and Eclipse Award finalist Lady Eli has officially been retired from racing and will be sold in foal later this year, her connections announced Tuesday.
January 15, 2018
The headline for a recent stallion advertisement exerted perhaps a very different effect on my brain than the advertiser planned. “The stallion who made the best-ever start at stud” immediately made me think of Uncle Mo instead of the stallion advertised.
January 13, 2018
Mo Tom, a major player on the 2016 Kentucky Derby trail, has been retired from racing and will go to stud at Red River Farms.
January 12, 2018
Toews On Ice, a Grade 3 winner, will begin his stallion career at Justin and Vanessa Evans’ A & A Equine in Anthony, N.M., during the 2018 breeding season for an advertised fee of $1,000.
A campaign that saw strong efforts within his home state and elsewhere helped earn Shadow Tracer the Michigan Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association’s 2017 Horse of the Year title.
Grade 1 winner and Canadian champion Shaman Ghost will begin his stallion career at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds in Santa Ynez, Calif., during the 2018 breeding season for an advertised fee of $10,000.
January 11, 2018
Kennedy, a half-brother to Grade 3 winner Thiskyhasnolimit, will stand the 2018 breeding season at Raimonde Farms in Wooster, Ohio, for an advertised fee of $1,000.
May 18, 2016
Saturday's 141st Preakness Stakes marks the fifth straight year that Maryland’s signature race will be contested without a statebred runner. This reflects problems that the local Thoroughbred industry has faced, but the good news is that state ...
March 23, 2016
Uncle Mo is the next great sire. While some may think making that statement so early in a stud career is premature, foolish, outlandish, or all of the above, history suggests you can reach some educated conclusions of a sire's future arc based on his ...