Unaccounted For, Why Change to Millennium Farms Kentucky
Ro Parra has purchased an interest in Unaccounted For and the stallion will stand at his Millennium Farms near Lexington, Ky. in 2002. Also, Why Change will move for the next breeding season from Millennium Farms-Texas the Kentucky farm.Millennium Farms-Texas is owned by Parra in partnership with Dr. Ken and Linda Quirk. Parra is the sold owner of Millennium Farms Kentucky.Unaccounted For (Private Account -- Mrs. Jenney, by The Minstrel) has stood at Will Farish's Lane's End Farm since he retired to stud in 1995. He stood this year for $7,500 and will stand in 2002 for $5,000. Unaccounted For is the sire of six stakes winners. This year, he has had 23 yearlings sell for an average of $5,695.Why Change stood his first season this year for $2,000. His fee will remain the same for 2002. An 8-year-old son of Time for a Change -- Secondfromthetop, by Fappiano, Why Change is a multiple stakes winner of $422,050.