Will He Shine

Will He Shine

Jeffrey Snyder

Will He Shine Retires to Millennium

Will He Shines, half to gr. I winner Cuvee, retires to Millennium Farm.

Will He Shine, a grade II stakes winner by Silver Deputy, arrived at Millennium Farms in Lexington, Kentucky, Nov. 30 to begin his stud career.  He is now available for inspection by all prospective breeders.

A half-brother to grade I Belmont Futurity winner Cuvee, Will He Shine was fourth in his final career start, the Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash (gr. I), on November 24 at Laurel Park in Maryland.

“We are  pleased to have Will He Shine join the stallion roster at Millennium Farms,” said owner Ro Parra.  “He was a brilliantly fast racehorse with great looks who comes from a great family with tremendous sire power.  We have priced him very competitively and look forward to offering him to breeders in 2008.”

Will He Shine’s stud fee has been set at $6,500, live foal guaranteed.  Winner of the True North Handicap (gr. II ) at Belmont Park, Will He Shine posted triple digit Beyer Speed Figures at Aqueduct, Laurel, and Belmont Park.  A $650,000 Keeneland September Sales yearling purchase, Will He Shine  zipped six furlongs in 1:08.4, 1:09.2, 1:09, and 1:08.3.

Will He Shine will join Even The Score, Littleexpectations, Scrimshaw, Shaniko, and Woke Up Dreamin on the Millennium Farms’ 2008 stallion roster.