Lil Tyler, a son of Halo and a cornerstone of the breeding operation at Madera Thoroughbreds near Madera, Calif., for his entire stallion career, died Sept. 10 at the age of 31.
California sire Elusive Warning was represented by his first winner Aug. 31 at Golden Gate Fields when favored Swiss Cocoa won the sixth race in front-running fashion.
Soul Candy made a success of his first synthetic start when he ran down favored Enriched in deep stretch to win the $150,000 California Cup Classic going away by 1 1/4 lengths Oct. 30 at Hollywood Park.
Snorter, a graded stakes winner, died of a stroke Aug. 11.
Grade I winner Birdonthewire will stand the 2004 season at Cal Fischer's Madera Thoroughbreds near Madera, Calif.
Stakes-placed Lord Charmer has been relocated to Cal Fischer's Madera Thoroughbreds near Madera, Calif.
A court-approved consignment of 52 horses from Bella Thoroughbreds will be sold preceding the second session of the 2002 Barretts January Mixed Sale on Jan. 23.
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