Dr. Dennis Bybee's homebred Three Chopt Road will stand at Bybee Road Farm near Charles Town, W.Va. Six-year-old Three Chopt Road (Rock Slide—Occasional Virtue, by Halo) is a half brother to multiple stakes winner Pass the Virtue. His fee is private.
In other farm news, Ghostly Numbers, who was represented by his first winner in November, died this year from a paddock accident at the farm. Campaigned as a homebred by Ghost Breeding, 14-year-old Ghostly Numbers (Polish Numbers—Overdue Ghost, by Silver Ghost) won 10 of 34 races and earned $280,740. He captured the William Livingston Stakes at the Meadowlands and two consecutive runnings of the Mister Diz Stakes on turf at Laurel Park.
Ghostly Numbers' first winner, the 2-year-old filly Kabletown, won at Hollywood Casino At Charles Town Nov. 14.