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Stored Sires First Winner

West Virginia sire Stored was represented by his initial winner when his son Copper Line won July 25 at Charles Town his first start. The colt won the 4 1/2-furlong race by three lengths in :53.27 for Black Horse  Tavern.

Bred in West Virginia by Rene Moore and Naylee Farm, Copper Line is the fourth winner from the Explosive Bid mare Explosive Charm.

Stored (Coronado’s Quest—Safely Kept, by Horatius) stands at Naylee Farm near Summit Point, W.Va. His 2008 fee was $2,500.