Champion Vindication's first winner, Galiano, won June 10 at Lone Star Park.
A.P. Indy, the sire of Belmont Stakes (gr. I) winner Rags to Riches, and Smart Strike, the sire of runner-up Curlin, both stand at Lane's End Farm along with Pleasant Tap, the sire of third finisher Tiago, and Came Home, the sire of fifth finisher C P West.
Macho Uno, the Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) winner in 2000, sired his first winner with his initial starter when Swifty Victress won the ninth race at Evangeline Downs Friday night.
Friendly Island, runner-up in last year's TVG Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I), has been retired from racing because of a problem ankle.
Grade II winner Essence of Dubai came through with his first winner when his daughter Vanamint Pepanilla won June 3.
Turbo Launch, whose grandson Point Given was a Horse of the Year, died June 5 at Dr. Tom Bowman's farm in Maryland.
Grade I winner Harlan's Holiday was represented by his first winner when his son Holidaze won June 6 at Monmouth Park
Breeding rights secured by Darley for one-two Kentucky Derby finishers.
Western Playboy, who won the 1989 Blue Grass Stakes (gr. I), died in April at Harvey and Nancy Vanier's Fairberry Farm near Waterloo, Ill.
Farm has five stud horses ranked among the top 11 leading sires of 2007.
Grade II winner Kafwain came through with his first winner June 3 at Churchill Downs.
Graded stakes winners Sligo Bay and Wiseman's Ferry were represented by their first winners June 1. Graded stakes-placed No Armistice was represented by his first winner May 31.
Grim Reaper, a stakes-placed son of Clever Trick, was represented by his first winner May 28 at Louisiana Downs.
Drew Nardiello's Chesapeake Farm, known for raising 2007 Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (gr. I) winner Street Sense, has relocated to Wimbledon Farm.
Milk It Mick, an English champion at 2 and grade I winner at Santa Anita, has been retired from racing because of complications from an injury sustained in 2006
Polish Gift was represented by his first winner May 28 when his son Margo's Gift won at Emerald Downs.
Grade I winner Milwaukee Brew was represented by his first winner May 27 when Brewtiful Girl won at Delaware Park.
Posse, a grade II winner by Silver Deputy, came through with his first two winners May 26 at Churchill Downs.
Central Kentucky stallion Northern Afleet, sire of 2005 Eclipse Award winner Afleet Alex, will shuttle to Stud TNT in Brazil in 2007 under a joint venture between Stud TNT, Haras Santa Maria de Araras, and Haras Old Friends.
Satish and Anne Sanan announced Thursday that Padua Stables has sold a minority interest in Exchange Rate, currently North America's leading juvenile sire and a leading third crop sire, to Three Chimneys Farm and that he will stand the 2008 season at Three Chimneys, near Midway, Ky.
Bronze Sea, a filly descended from Seabiscuit, was foaled at Tim and Jacqueline Cooper's American Legend Horse Farm in Northern California on May 23.
Leading Argentine first-crop sire Easing Along, a Claiborne Farm-raised son of Storm Cat out of grade I winner/producer Cadillacing, will stand the 2008 Northern Hemisphere season at Claiborne near Paris, Ky.
Grade III winner Najran was represented by his first winner when his son Sky Cape won May 20 at Hollywood Park in his initial start.
Irish-based Coolmore Stud has announced that dual Breeders' Cup winner High Chaparral will be rested from his Southern Hemisphere shuttling duties this season.
Aldebaran, champion sprinter of 2003, was represented by his first winner May 17 when his son Ascot Hall won at Belmont Park in his initial start.
Valid Wager, sire of grade I winner Valid Video, was euthanized May 15 because of complications from cancer.
Full Mandate, a stakes-winning son of A.P. Indy, was represented by his first winner May 16 when his son Thoroughly won at Hollywood Park.
Champion Victory Gallop, whose first crop included nine stakes winners, will shuttle to Haras Porta Pia near Santiago, Chile.
Breeders' Cup winner Johar, who stands at Mill Ridge Farm near Lexington, will not shuttle to Highview Stud in New Zealand this year.
Gentlewave, a 4-year-old Irish-bred who won the Derby Italiano (It-I), will stand at Haras du Thenney near Saint Pierre Azif, France.
Four-time grade I winner Lite Light was euthanized May 5 after delivering a Mineshaft filly
Stakes winners Smooth Jazz and Awesome of Course were represented by their first winners.
Storm Boot, who sired 46 stakes winners at Pope McLean's Crestwood Farm near Lexington, was euthanized May 10.
Aptitude, last year's leading second-crop sire by progeny earnings, will be sent to Haras Vacacion in Argentine for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.
Cormorant, sire of 1994 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Go for Gin, died May 4 of old age.
Donald Dizney's broodmare Omi was euthanized after a bout with colic.
Chilukki, the top 2-year-old filly of 1999, died May 7 at Hagyard Equine Medical Institute near Lexington after complications during foaling.
Domedriver, a French champion and winner of the 2002 NetJets Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT), sired his first winner May 6 at Angers in France.
Grade II winners Early Flyer and Proud Citizen were represented by their first winners May 5.
Millionaire Meteor Storm and 13-year-old stallion Holzmeister, along with grade I stakes-placed Tiger Heart, have been purchased for stallion duty in Brazil.
A. P. Perfect, a 4-year-old son of A.P. Indy, will stand at R. Frank Tatman's P.B. & J. Farm near Estancia, N.M.
Encosta De Lago's service fee for the 2007 season has been increased, as anticipated, to $220,000 by Coolmore Australia.
Another one of Juddmonte Farm's best bred young racehorses is coming to stand stud in Australia.
Eclipse winner and Florida-bred Horse of the Year Miesque's Approval has been sold to Kwazulu Natal Breeders Club and Scott Bros Highdown Stud from South Africa, it was announced by Live Oak Stud's general manager, John Rasmussen.
Strike a Balance, dam of Canadian Horse of the Year Peaks and Valleys, died April 12 at Josephine Abercrombie's Pin Oak Stud near Versailles. Ky., from foaling complications.
Request for Parole, a grade I winner and millionaire, has been retired from racing because of a knee chip.
Stakes winners Decarchy and Shore Breeze were represented by their first winners, both of which won at first asking.
Grade I winner Sky Mesa came up with his first winner when his son Twenty Eight Hours won April 26 at Keeneland in his initial start.
Multiple stakes winner Rock Slide was represented by his first winner when his daughter Happy Hailey won April 26 at Pimlico at first asking.
Two-time champion Ashado, who sold for a world record $9 million, produced her first foal, a Storm Cat colt, March 18.
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