Breeding News

October 26, 2017
Medaglia d'Oro has made his mark as an outstanding filly sire and is working on breaking through on several other fronts – including with his unbeaten son Bolt d'Oro.
Malibu Moon has not yet been represented by a Breeders' Cup winner, but the stallion has them surrounded in this year's Juvenile Fillies, with three pre-entrants.
Grade 2 winner El Kabeir has been retired from racing, and will enter stud for the 2018 breeding season at Yeomanstown Stud in Ireland.
Lani, the enigmatic Group 2 winner and U.S. classic-placed runner, has been retired from racing, and will stand the 2018 breeding season at Arrow Stud in Hokkaido, Japan.
October 25, 2017
Canada's most active stallions of 2017 according to The Jockey Club's Report of Mares Bred revealed a mix of established names and newcomers at the top of the list.
The 2018 advertised fees for Darley’s U.S. stallion roster have been revealed, with cornerstone sire Medaglia d’Oro entering rarified air at $200,000.
Kentucky stallions perennially dominate the top of the list on The Jockey Club's annual Report of Mares Bred, but the most active stallions in other major breeding states drew large books of their own in 2017.
California Chrome covered 145 mares in his first season at stud, according to The Jockey Club's Report of Mares Bred.
While his progeny are not yet proven, Triple Crown winner American Pharoah has retained a stellar book of mares as he enters his third season at stud.
Off an outstanding season with their juveniles last year, Into Mischief and Dialed In were the two most active stallions in North America in 2017.