Breeding News

April 04, 2017
No matter the year, no matter the surface, no matter what competition comes to his home state, Freud continues to hold sway in New York with no signs of slowing.
When Mind Your Biscuits won the Group 1, $2 million Dubai Golden Shaheen going away March 25, he became the latest New York-bred to hoist the flag for a statebred program consistently producing runners who can hold their own against any company.
The pensioning of all-time leading Maryland sire Not For Love in 2015 and his death the following year left some colossal shoes to fill at the top of Maryland's stallion ranks. The most immediate heir to the throne to emerge is Great Notion.
The North American bloodstock industry has largely managed to climb out of the recession that hampered the early part of the decade, but the demand for Maryland-breds has bounced back particularly well.
April 03, 2017
When Empire Maker was exported to Japan in 2010, the chances of him establishing his own branch of the Fappiano male line looked extremely remote. Seven years later, with a Triple Crown winner, a champion 2-year-old male, and the possible favorite for ...
Both a veteran campaigner and rising stars delivered for Hard Spun over the weekend as the Darley sire enjoyed a solid run. The stallion was represented by three winners, led by his 7-year-old millionaire Hard Aces, who won the Grade 3 Tokyo City Cup ...
March 29, 2017
Kentucky Derby pedigree analysis: Local Hero
March 27, 2017
Real Steel won the Group 1, $6 million Dubai Turf in 2016, but, days before this year's renewal, was forced to withdraw from consideration for a repeat bid. It was no matter, as Vivlos won to give her sire, Deep Impact, consecutive winners of the rich ...
Unbridled's Song's and Grindstone's branches of the Unbridled line were well represented on the world's richest race card Saturday at Meydan, as Arrogate won the Group 1, $10 million Dubai World Cup and Second Summer took down the Group 2, $1 million ...
There is no denying that Kendall Hansen has put in the legwork to help prove out his namesake stallion, the champion juvenile Hansen, in his lone U.S. crop before being sold to Korea in late 2013.