Polish Miner Moved; Trail City Dead

Polish Miner Moved; Trail City Dead
Photo: courtesy of Allaire Farms
Polish Miner

Polish Miner, a graded stakes-placed son of Danzig, has been moved to Bar C Racing Stables near Hermiston, Ore. He formerly stood at Allaire Farms near Poulsbo, Wash.

An 11-year-old, Polish Miner is represented by 34 winners, including 2008 stakes-placed runners On My Hip and stakes-placed Allotrope. His progeny earnings are $1.1 million.

A full brother to graded winner Survivalist, Polish Miner is out of the Mr. Prospector mare Miner’s Game, who is a full sister to major sire Seeking the Gold.

Allaire announced the death of Trail City. The 15-year-old stallion, who died July 20, is represented by 46 winners, including stakes winners Trail Mix, Trail This, Sawtelle Belle, and Skyline Trail. He has progeny earnings of $2.5 million.

Bred in Kentucky by Prestonwood Farm, Trail City raced for trainer Bill Mott and Robert Verchota. He won or placed in 16 of 25 races and earned $658,794. His big win came in the 1996 Arlington Classic Stakes (gr. IIT).

By Red Ransom, Trail City was produced from the Alydar mare Willow Runner.

 

 

 

 

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