01/07/2010 12:00AM

Forest Danger relocates to stand at WinRich in Indiana

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Forest Danger, a Grade 1 winner and track-record-setting sprinter, has relocated from Taylor Made Farm near Lexington, Ky., to WinRich Farms in North Vernon, Ind., where he will stand in 2010.

WinRich owner Thomas Wente said Thursday that Forest Danger, a 9-year-old Forestry horse, remains the property of Aaron and Marie Jones and will stand for a private fee this year. He stood for $12,500 in 2009.

Forest Danger is the sire of 11 winners to date, including Gun Rock and Seaside Fortune (a winner earlier this month), among others. He is out of the Grade 2 winner Starry Ice.

Forest Danger arrived at WinRich earlier this week.

WinRich also recently acquired Chief Seattle, the 1999 Breeders' Cup Juvenile and Champagne Stakes runner-up who has since sired Canadian champion Shillelagh Slew and other stakes-winners. A 13-year-old Seattle Slew horse, he will stand for $2,500 as the property of WinRich and Jamie LaMonica.

WinRich's stallion lineup also includes High Fly and Evil Minister.