Keyword: Overbrook

  • Malibu Moon

    Malibu Moon Colt Brings Top Price

    Weanlings commanded the top prices Sunday, Nov. 15, as Keeneland's November breeding stock sale approached the halfway point.

  • Jump Start to Ghost Ridge in Pennsylvania

    Jump Start, who stood in 2009 at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington, will stand at Tarry Bratton's Ghost Ridge Farms near Brogue, Pa.

  • Storm Cat Filly Tops Early Thursday Session

    A filly from the last full crop sired by leading stallion Storm Cat was purchased by Westrock Stables for $675,000 to top the early portion of the Thursday, Sept. 17, Keeneland September yearling sale.

  • Cape Town to Brazil

    Cape Town, who has stood his entire career at Overbrook Farm near Lexington, has been sold for stallion duty in Brazil.

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    Overbrook Farm to Disperse Stock

    Overbrook Farm, founded and developed by the late William T. Young into one of North America's most successful breeding establishments, announced June 9 that it will completely disperse its yearlings, breeding stock, and the majority of its horses in training.

  • Pioneering to Brazil

    Pioneering, a half-brother to two-time leading sire Storm Cat, might be headed to Brazil to continue his stallion career.

  • Storm Cat

    Storm Cat's Last Foal Is a Filly

    The third and last foal from Storm Cat's final crop was born March 5 at Louise and Kiki Courtelis' Town & Country Farms near Paris, Ky.

  • Storm Cat

    Storm Cat to Serve as a QH Stallion

    Storm Cat, a leading sire who was pensioned last year after experiencing fertility problems at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington, might return to the sire ranks as a Quarter Horse stallion.

  • Leading Louisiana Sire Leestown Dead

    Leestown, the leading Louisiana sire by progeny earnings this year and last, was euthanized Dec. 2 because of a broken shoulder.

  • Stakes-placed Shark to Pin Oak Lane

    Shark, a stakes-placed son of Danzig whose first two dams are champions, will enter stud at Dr. William J. Solomon's Pin Oak Lane Farm near New Freedom, Pa.

  • Delaware Township

    Two Sires Relocated to Penn Ridge

    Twelve-year-old stallions Cat Thief and Delaware Township, both grade I winners, have arrived for stallion duty in 2009 at Mike Jester and Joe Besecker's Penn Ridge Farms near Harrisburg, Pa.

  • Storm Cat

    Storm Cat on Top of Keeneland Sire List

    After three days of the Keeneland September yearling sale, pensioned Overbrook Farm stallion Storm Cat was the leading sire of yearlings by average, among those with three or more sold.

  • Tactical Cat

    Tactical Cat to Diamond G

    Tactical Cat, a son of Storm Cat and sire of 20 stakes winners, has been purchased by Randy Gammill for stallion duty at his Diamond G Ranch near Edmond, Okla.

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    Storm Cat Pensioned

    Storm Cat, North America's premier sire for years, has been pensioned from stallion duty because of declining fertility at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington.

  • Storm Cat, shown, is the most famous of Terlingua's 11 foals.

    Terlingua, Storm Cat's Dam, Dead

    Terlingua, who made a name for herself as one of the fastest fillies of her generation and as the dam of leading sire Storm Cat, was euthanized April 29 because of complications from the infirmities of old age at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington.

  • Storm Cat

    Storm Cat Experiencing Problems

    Storm Cat, for years the No. 1 stallion, has been experiencing difficulties impregnating his mares this breeding season at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington.

  • Cape Canaveral

    Cape Canaveral to Highfield in Alberta

    Cape Canaveral, who has sired 10 stakes winners from his first three crops, has been purchased for stallion duty at Highfield Stock Farm near Okotoks, Alberta, Canada.

  • Produce of Storm Cat Broodmares in High Demand

    Though Storm Cat was not the leading sire of horses sold at the marathon Keeneland September yearling sale, there was strong demand for his yearling fillies and for yearlings produced from his broodmares, according to statistics published as part of BloodHorseNOW's exclusive Data Digest.

  • Storm Cat

    Storm Cat's Stud Fee May Be Reduced

    The shift in sire power at the marathon Keeneland September yearling sale could result in a decreased stud fee for Storm Cat and a reduction in the number of mares to be bred to the most expensive sire in North America.

  • Storm Cat Off to Good Start

    Storm Cat, a 24-year-old son of Storm Bird, has impregnated six of his first seven mares bred this year.

  • Jump Start's Fee Jumps to $20,000

    Jump Start, who ranked eighth on the 2006 first-crop sires list by progeny earnings, has had his fee upped to $20,000 for 2007,

  • Point Ashley To Be Bred to Storm Cat

    Hill 'n' Dale Farm owner John Sikura said Wednesday Eclipse Award finalist and grade I winner Point Ashley will be bred to leading sire Storm Cat.

  • Overbrook Announces 2007 Fees

    Overbrook Farm, which earlier announced Storm Cat's 2007 fee at $500,000, has set the fees for its remaining stallions.

  • Storm Cat Staying at $500,000

    Storm Cat, the worldwide leader by stud fee the last five years, figures to stay that way in 2007.

  • Jump Start Sires First Winner

    Grade II winner Jump Start sired his first winner when his daughter, Asian Wind, won June 22 at five furlongs at Canterbury Park.

  • First Birdstone Foal Born at Overbrook

    The first foal sired by 2004 Belmont Stakes (gr. I) winner Birdstone was born Jan. 11 at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington.

  • Overbrook Announces 2006 Fees

    The Young family's Overbrook Farm, which earlier announced that Storm Cat's fee would remain at $500,000 for 2006, announced fees for its other stallions.

  • LeComte Pits Storm Surge Vs. Biloxi Palace

    Louisiana's path on the Triple Crown trail officially gets underway Saturday with the running of the one-mile LeComte Stakes (gr. III) at Fair Grounds. Six 3-year-olds have passed the entry box, with Biloxi Palace and Storm Surge figuring to draw the most attention.

  • Tropical Storm Purchased by NewLife Stud

    Tropical Storm, a son of Storm Cat out of the grade I-winning Pearl City, has been purchased by the NewLife Stud of Roger Braugh and his daughter, Jane Braugh. They plan to stand the 5-year-old at a Central Kentucky farm.

  • Gold Mine to New Zealand

    Gold Mine, a 5-year-old son of Mr. Prospector, has been purchased by Mark and Denny Baker's Hallmark Stud for stallion duty at that farm near Te Kauwhata, New Zealand.

  • Cape Town's Fee Upped to $25,000

    Cape Town, who sired a 2003 champion and Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) winner in Bird Town, has undergone a fee change from the previously announced $20,000 to $25,000 for the 2004 breeding season.

  • Azeri, shown winning the 2002 running of the Clement L. Hirsch Handicap, carries on the legacy of breeder Allen Paulson.

    Paulson Legacy Lives On at Breeders' Cup

    Allen Paulson died in July of 2000, but the legacy of his breeding successes continues. Paulson, the leading breeder of Breeders' Cup horses by earnings, will be represented by two runners Saturday at Arlington Park in the Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships.

  • Storm Cat Season Brings $450,000; Will Benefit Red Cross

    A 2002 nomination to leading sire Storm Cat was purchased by WinStar Farms for $450,000 during Monday's Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. The no-guarantee season was tacked onto the end of the Monday session after W. T. Young's Overbrook Farm donated the season to benefit the American Red Cross.

  • Pat Day rides Surfside following an easy victory in the Grade I Hollywood Starlet Stakes on Dec. 19, 1999, at Hollywood Park.

    Surfside Likely for Wednesday's Raven Run

    Overbrook Farm's Surfside is likely to return to the races in the $70,000-added Raven Run Stakes Wednesday at Keeneland, according to assistant trainer Mike Maker. The 3-year-old filly has been on the sidelines since a fifth-place finish against males in the Santa Anita Derby (gr. I) in April.

  • Cat Thief and Pat Day cross the finish line first in the 1999 Breeders' Cup Classic.

    Cat Thief To Overbrook in 2001

    William T. Young's homebred Cat Thief, who is being aimed for a repeat win in the $4-million Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I) at Churchill Downs on Nov. 4, will enter stud in 2001 at his owner's Overbrook Farm near Lexington.