Honour and Glory, a former leading sire of 2-year-olds, will stand in 2010 for a fee of $6,500 at Tarry Bratton's Ghost Ridge Farm near Felton, Pa.
Pollard's Vision, who ranks third on the first-crop sire's list, will stand in 2010 for $10,000, up from $5,000 in 2009
Air Forbes Won, the 1982 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) favorite who sired 49 stakes winners, was euthanized Nov. 19 at age 30 because of complications from the infirmities of old age.
Air Crew became the first winner for millionaire and grade II winner Pollard's Vision when he won May 17 in Italy.
Century City will stand in 2009 at Breakway Farm near Dillsboro, Ind., for a fee of $2,500.
Grade II winner Elite Squadron has been retired from racing for stallion duty in 2009 at Wintergreen Stallion Station near Midway, Ky.
MAHUBAH'S CORNER, by Avalyn Hunter
Honour and Glory had modest success in the Northern Hemisphere with 4% stakes winners from 773 foals and even less success in Australia. But the son of Relaunch is enjoying a stud career revival in South America, where his first Argentinian crop has already yielded seven stakes winners (7.4%) and the racing year isn't over.
The first reported foal sired by grade I winner Borrego is a colt born Jan. 12 at Marion Montanari's Marion Hills Farm near Ocala, Fla.
Borrego, a grade I-winning millionaire son of El Prado, will stand for a $20,000 stud fee, unchanged from 2007, at the Greely family's Wintergreen Stallion Station near Midway, Ky.
Century City, a grade II winner and Irish group II winner, was represented by his first winner when his son Joannie Not Jo won Oct. 11 at Woodbine.
The first mares have been confirmed in foal to first-year stallions Artie Schiller, Bellamy Road, and Borrego.
The first reported foal by millionaire Pollard's Vision is a filly bred by Ben Glass and foaled Jan. 12 at Frank and Mattie Justice's Dell Ridge Farm near Lexington.
Five Star Day, a leading second-crop stallion, will undergo a stud fee increase at Wintergreen Stallion Station near Midway, Ky.
Grade I winner Borrego, who will enter stud in 2007 at Wintergreen Stallion Station near Midway, Ky., will stand for $20,000 live foal.
La Mission Stallion Station in Argentina has purchased Honour and Glory from Ashford Stud and will lease the 13-year-old stallion to stand at Wintergreen Stallion Station in Midway, Ky., for Northern Hemisphere breeding seasons.
Grade I winner Borrego has been retired from racing after undergoing surgery in early April to remove a chip from his right front ankle.
Pollard's Vision, a millionaire and four-time graded stakes winner, will enter stud at Wintergreen Stallion Station near Midway, Ky.
Ecton Park, a grade I winner and millionaire, was represented by his first winner when his son Double Parked won June 9 at Hollywood Park.
Five Star Day, a New York grade II winner, sired his first winner when daughter Five Star Holding won April 7 at Aqueduct.
The first foal by grade II winner Century City arrived Feb. 2 at John Greely III's Wintergreen Farm near Midway, Ky.
Thomas Nichols' homebred graded stakes winner Keys to the Heart has been retired from racing and is booked to Came Home.
Turfway Park canceled live racing for Sunday, March 7, citing track conditions.
Millionaire Manndar's first foal is a filly that arrived Feb. 8 at John J. Greely III's Wintergreen Farm near Midway, Ky.
Wintergreen Stallion Station announced that grade II winner Century City, who ran third in the NetJets Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT) in what was his last start, has been retired and will enter stud for a fee of $12,500 live foal.
Multiple grade I winner Manndar will enter stud at Wintergreen Stallion Station near Midway, Ky.
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