Millionaire Dare and Go, who ended Cigar's 16-race win streak, will stand the 2002 season at Dr. William Solomon's Pin Oak Lane Farm near New Freedom, Pa. Currently at Vatana Stud in Australia, Dare and Go stood the 2001 season at Tom Simon's Vinery near Lexington.
Ten-year-old Dare and Go (Alydar--Partygoer, by Secretariat) ended Cigar's streak in winning the 1996 Pacific Classic (gr. I) and later was retired from racing with $1,609,786 in earnings. He has sired three stakes winners. His fee will be $2,500 live foal, half of what he stood for in 2001.
Pin Oak also announced that Storm Cat's son, unraced Coastal Storm, will enter stud at the farm in 2002. Two-year-old Coastal Storm, who was produced from grade I winner Pearl City (by Carson City), will stand for $2,500 live foal. He was bred by William T. Young's Overbrook Farm and will stand as the property of that farm.