Keyword: Millennium Farms

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    Student Council Grinds Out 'Special' Win

    Millennium Farms' Student Council, who hadn't hit the board in four starts since his victory in the Hawthorne Gold Cup (gr. II) last September, rallied from off the pace in the mud to win the grade I Pimlico Special May 16 at Pimlico Race Course.

  • Millennium Wind Added to Program

    Ro Parra, owner of Millennium Farms, announced that New York-based stallion Millennium Wind will be added to the innovative Millennium Rewards program that was launched on January 1. Millennium Wind is owned by Millennium Stallions and stands at Suzie and Dr. Linwood O'Cain's Highcliff Farms in Delanson, New York for a stud fee of $5,000.

  • Lyle Joins Millennium Farms

    Ro Parra's Millennium Farms near Lexington has announced the appointment of Brian Lyle as sales manager.

  • Will He Shine

    Will He Shine Retires to Millennium

    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, and retires to Millennium Farm for the 2008 breeding season.

  • Will He Shine Retires to Millennium

    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, and retires to Millennium Farm for the 2008 breeding season.

  • Student Council

    Student Council Works in Japan

    Millennium Farms' Student Council, preparing for a start in the Nov. 24 Japan Cup Dirt at Tokyo Racecourse, worked a half-mile in :49 on the training track at the Quarantine Center at Shiroi, Japan, Nov. 17.

  • The Nov. 24 DeFrancis Memorial Dash (gr. I) at Laurel is scheduled to be the career finale for Will He Shine.

    Will He Shine Pointed to 'Dash'

    Millennium Farms' Will He Shine, a grade II stakes winner by Silver Deputy, will run next in the $300,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash (gr. I) Nov. 24 at Laurel Park in Maryland.

  • Millennium Fundraiser a Success

    For the second year in a row, an effort to bridge the digital divide for underprivileged children of the Thoroughbred industry and throughout Central Kentucky was made through a fundraiser to benefit Tubby's Clubhouse.

  • Rolling Sea holds off High Heels to take Chilukki.

    Rolling Sea Sails to Chilukki Score

    Millennium Farms' Rolling Sea won for the sixth time this year, stalking the pace and then taking a clear lead in the stretch before holding on to win the $200,000 Chilukki Stakes (gr. II) by a half-length at Churchill Downs Nov. 3.

  • Student Council's next race remains undecided

    Student Council May Run in Japan Cup Dirt versus BC Classic

    A release from Millennium Farm owner Ro Parra said a decision will be made as to whether Hawthorne Gold Cup (gr. II) and Pacific Classic (gr. I) winner Student Council, by Kingmambo, will run next in the $2.4 million Japan Cup Dirt (Jpn-I) Nov. 24 or the $5 million Breeders' Cup Classic Powered by Dodge (gr. I) Oct. 27.

  • Super Frolic at Churchill Downs in November.

    Super Frolic Will Return to Racing

    The 6-year-old Super Frolic, an earner of $1.3 million in his career, will be returned to training, Millennium Farms announced Feb. 15.

  • Millennium Farms Fundraiser Raises $65,000

    The effort to bridge the digital divide for children of the Thoroughbred industry took a giant step forward with a recent fundraiser to benefit Tubby's Clubhouse. Hosted at Ro Parra's Millennium Farms near Lexington, the event raised $65,000 via items sold at a live auction; proceeds from stallion seasons and a generous matching grant from the Ro Parra Family Foundation.

  • Woke Up Dreamin won the True North Breeders' Cup Handicap.

    Woke Up Dreamin Retired to Millennium Farms

    Mike Pegram's two-time grade II winner Woke Up Dreamin has been retired and arrived at Millennium Farms in Lexington, where he will stand the 2006 breeding season. His initial stud fee will be $7,500 live foal.

  • Super Frolic (3) edges Lord of the Game for the victory in Saturday's Hawthorne Gold Cup.

    Super Frolic Toys With Slop in Gold Cup

    Millennium Farms' Super Frolic, making his second start for Southern California trainer Vladimir Cerin, wore down Lord of the Game in the final furlong to win the $750,000 Hawthone Gold Cup (gr. II) on a slick course in Chicago Saturday.

  • Talk Is Money's First Winner

    Stakes winner Talk Is Money was represented by his first winner when his son Ermengarde won May 29 at Lone Star Park.

  • Sultry Song to Shuttle to Argentina

    Millionaire Sultry Song, whose son Singletary won last year's NetJets Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT), will stand the Southern Hemisphere season at Haras Arroyo de Luna in Argentina.

  • Even the Score Retired Again; To Stand at Millennium

    Even the Score, who was retired last fall and then returned to training, has been retired for good. A grade II stakes winner by Unbridled's Song, he will stand at Ro Parra's Millennium Farms near Lexington for $5,000.

  • Wild Zone to Millennium in Kentucky

    Wild Zone, one of the nation's leading sires of 2-year-olds, has been relocated to Ro Parra's Millennium Farms Kentucky near Lexington.

  • Graded II Winner Even the Score Returned to Racing

    Grade II winner Even the Score, who was scheduled to enter stud in 2005 at Ro Parra's Millennium Farms Kentucky near Lexington, has been returned to West Coast trainer Vladimir Cerin.

  • Even the Score to Stand at Millennium Farms

    Even the Score, a graded stakes winning son of Unbridled's Song, has been retired and will stand in 2005 at Ro Parra's Millennium Farms near Lexington.

  • Littleexpectations Moving to Texas

    Littleexpectations, a full brother to leading Texas sire Valid Expectations, is moving from Kentucky to Texas for the 2005 breeding season.

  • Scrimshaw to Millennium in Kentucky

    Scrimshaw, a Keeneland grade II winner who recorded one of the year's highest Beyer Speed Figures for 2-year-olds in 2002, has been retired from racing and will enter stud at Ro Parra's Millennium Farms Kentucky near Lexington for a fee of $6,500 live foal.

  • Talk Is Money's Fee Rises to $10,000

    Talk Is Money, whose first-crop yearling at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky summer sale commanded $120,000, will undergo a rise in fee from $5,000 to $10,000,

  • Hollycombe to Millennium in Texas

    Grade II winner Hollycombe, one of six stakes winners from his dam, has arrived at Millennium Farms near Belton, Texas.

  • Millennium Wind (6), winning the Santa Catalina Stakes.

    Millennium Wind to Millennium in Kentucky

    Grade I winner Millennium Wind, a half-brother to Horse of the Year Charismatic, arrived Sept. 18 for stallion duty at Ro Parra and William Hardin's Millennium Farms Kentucky near Lexington.

  • Wild Zone Moving to Texas

    Wild Zone, whose first crop are juveniles and include stakes winner Wild Hits, will be moving to Texas to stand the 2001 breeding season. Wild Hits has stood since his retirment at Adena Springs Farm near Midway, Ky. He will stand at Millennium Farm near Belton Texas.