Prominent New York stallion Dixie Brass will stand the 2001 breeding season at James F. Edwards' The Stallion Park in Millbrook, N.Y. Owned by Michael Watral, the 11-year-old stallion stood the 2000 season at Silvernails Farm near Pine Plains, N. Y. Dixie Brass, who first stood in Kentucky, was moved to The Stallion Park for the 1998 breeding season.
Dixie Brass (Dixieland Band -- Petite Diable, by Sham) ranks second among active New York stallions by 2000 progeny earnings, with $3,269,015. His nine added-money winners this year include grade II winners Dixie Dot Com and I'm Brassy. Dixie Brass, whose big came in the 1992 Metropolitan Handicap (gr. I), will stand for $10,000 live foal, the same as in 2000.
The Stallion Park also announced that another stallion who stood the 2000 season at Silvernails, syndicated Rage, will take up stud duty at the farm. A son of Gulch out of champion Waya (by Faraway Son), 7-year-old Rage will stand for $3,500, the same as in 2000.

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