Grade 2 winner Exhi will stand in Alberta for 2017

Barbara D. Livingston
Exhi won six of 16 starts during his racing career.

Grade 2 winner Exhi will relocate to Highfield Stock Farm in Okotoks, Alberta, for the 2017 breeding season, and will stand for an advertised fee of $3,000 Canadian.

The 9-year-old son of Maria’s Mon previously stood at Park Stud in Mono, Ontario, where he was advertised in 2016 for $3,500.

Exhi has sired two crops of racing age, with 10 winners and combined progeny earnings of $337,812. His leading runners include stakes winners Victory Day and Norm’s Big Bucks, as well as stakes-placed That’s a Stretch.

Fayette draws trio of graded stakes winners from spring meet

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Exhi, winning the Coolmore Lexington in April, returns to Keeneland for Saturday's closing-day feature, the Fayette.

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Keeneland Race Course will end its 17-day fall meet Saturday with a terrific running of the $150,000 Fayette Stakes, a Grade 2 race that drew a field to match, including colts who accounted for the two major 3-year-old events run over Polytrack here last spring.

Stately Victor, winner of the Grade 1 Blue Grass Stakes in April, was assigned post 1 in a field of 10, while Exhi, whose four wins in as many starts over synthetic surfaces include the Grade 2 Coolmore Lexington, got post 7.

Concord Point holds off Exhi in West Virginia Derby

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Concord Point holds Exhi to win the West Virginia Derby at Mountaineer Racetrack.

Concord Point turned back a sustained run from Exhi to post easily his richest career victory Saturday in the Grade 2, $750,000 West Virginia Derby, the annual showcase event at Mountaineer Racetrack in Chester, W.Va.

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