Alex's Pal Moves to Pin Oak Lane

The Pennsylvania-based stallion was previously at Ghost Ridge Farms.

Alex's Pal has moved to Dr. William J. Solomon’s Pin Oak Lane Farm near New Freedom, Pa., for the 2011 breeding season. Owned by Pot o’ Gold Stables, he has over $1.1 in progeny earnings from three small crops of racing age.

In 2009, Alex’s Pal is the sire of 15 winners, eight of them 2-year-olds. He is the sire of 3-year-old C C's Pal, who was second in the Florida Oaks (gr. III) and third in the Comely Stakes (gr. III) and Monmouth Oaks (gr. III).
Bred by Mockingbird Farm in Ocala, Florida, Alex’s Pal began his stud career in the Sunshine State at Lou Roe Farm. He stood the 2010 season at Ghost Ridge Farms near Felton, Pa.
Alex’s Pal will stand for $2,000 Live Foal in 2011 with a reduced fee of $1,000 for multiple mares.