Keyword: stallion

  • Behindatthebar

    Behindatthebar to Stand at Judice Farm

    Behindatthebar, who won three of five lifetime starts including the Coolmore Lexington Stakes (gr. II) in 2008 in his last outing, will stand in 2010 at Perry Judice's Judice Farm near Sunset, La.

  • The Visualiser to Stand at Mighty Acres Farm

    The Visualiser, a son of Giant's Causeway who originally sold as a yearling for $1 million, has been retired and will stand in 2010 at Dr. Warren Center's Mighty Acres Farm near Pryor, Okla.

  • Hear No Evil Moving to Journeyman Stud

    Freshman sire Hear No Evil, sire of the top Calder-based juvenile Jackson Bend, will move to Brent and Crystal Fernung's Journeyman Stud near Ocala, Fla., for the 2010 breeding season.

  • Old Fashioned

    Old Fashioned to Stand at Taylor Made

    Multiple graded stakes winner Old Fashioned, who was unbeaten at 2 and won four of six starts, will stand in 2010 at the Taylor family's Taylor Made Farm near Nicholasville, Ky.

  • Afleet Alex

    First Winner for Afleet Alex

    Afleet Alex got his first winner as a sire July 28, but just barely. His son Kratisto broke his maiden by a head at Delaware Park.

  • Lawyer Ron

    Stallion Lawyer Ron Euthanized

    Lawyer Ron, the 2007 champion older male, was euthanized July 10 at Stonewall Farm Stallions near Versailles, Ky., due to complications from a recent colic surgery.

  • Proud Accolade

    Freshman Sire Proud Accolade Euthanized

    Proud Accolade, a grade I winning son of Yes It's True whose first foals are 2-year-olds this year, was euthanized June 16 at Bridlewood Farm near Ocala, Fla., where he stood the past two years.

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    Curlin Begins New Career as Stallion

    Curlin, North America's richest horse with earnings of more than $10.5 million, began his new career Feb. 13 when he covered his first mare at Will S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky.

  • Successful Appeal will stand for $22,500 in 2009.

    Walmac Announces Fees; Most Decrease

    Walmac announced its 2009 stud fees Nov. 7, with Successful Appeal among the many whose price will be reduced in the coming year. Successful Appeal will stand for $22,500, down from $40,000.

  • Awesome Again will stand in 2009 for $150,000, the same stud fee as this year.

    Adena Springs Announces 2009 Fees

    Awesome Again and Ghostzapper will stand in 2009 for $150,000, the same stud fee they each commanded this year. The stallions stand at Frank Stronach's Adena Springs near Paris, Ky., which announced its 2009 fees Oct. 23.

  • Cougar Cat

    Cougar Cat to Stand at Richland Hills

    Cougar Cat, a graded stakes-placed son of Storm Cat raced by Nathan Fox's Richland Hills, will stand at that farm near Midway, Ky., in 2009, it was announced Oct. 22. His fee will be $5,000.

  • King of the Roxy

    Grade II Winner King of the Roxy Retired

    Team Valor's 4-year-old King of the Roxy has been retired from racing. The sprint specialist took the Futurity Stakes (gr. II) at Belmont Park at 2 and the Hutcheson Stakes (gr. II) at Gulfstream Park at 3.

  • Birdstone

    Birdstone Gets First Winner

    Birdstone notched his first winner when his son S. S. Stone won at Hollywood Park on June 29 in his initial race.

  • Read the Footnotes

    Read the Footnotes Gets First Winner

    Read the Footnotes notched his first winner June 26 when Sapphire Prince won June 26 at Great Leighs in England in his second start.

  • Silver Hawk, pictured in 2004

    Silver Hawk Euthanized

    Silver Hawk, the sire of 76 stakes winners who was pensioned in the fall of 2003, was euthanized June 5 due to the infirmities of old age. He was 29.

  • Richter Scale

    Richter Scale to Louisiana

    Richter Scale is moving from Richland Hills Farm in Kentucky to Chad White Farm in Louisiana.

  • Dan Liebman
Editor-in-Chief

    Commentary: Performance-based

    <i>By - Dan Liebman</i> - In a perfect world, professional athletes would all have one-year contracts. The results of their previous season would determine whether or not they would receive a raise for the following year.

  • Jazil

    Jazil Retired to Stud at Shadwell

    Jazil, winner of the 2006 Belmont Stakes (gr. I), has been retired to Sheikh Hamdan's Shadwell Farm near Lexington. The 2008 stud fee for the 4-year-old colt will be announced later.

  • Hennessy

    Hennessy Dead of Apparent Heart Failure

    Coolmore's talented stallion Hennessy reportedly died of an apparent heart failure Aug. 9 at Haras La Mission in Argentina. The 14-year-old son of Storm Cat had shuttled to South America for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.

  • Woodman&#39;s journey comes to end at age 24.

    Woodman Euthanized at Age 24

    Woodman, the sire and broodmare sire of more than 100 stakes winners, was euthanized July 19. He was 24.

  • Wildcat Heir will move to Journeyman Stud

    Wildcat Heir to Stand at Journeyman Stud

    Wildcat Heir, who stood his first two seasons at Cloverleaf Farms II, will remain in Florida and stand in 2008 at Brent Fernung's Journeyman Stud.

  • Super Frolic will retire to  Millennium Farms.

    Super Frolic to Millennium After Clark

    Grade II winner Super Frolic will retire to stud at Ro Parra's Millennium Farms near Lexington after Friday's Clark Handicap (gr. I) at Churchill Downs.

  • Leading the Parade to Stand at Lambholm South

    Leading the Parade, a stakes-placed son of A.P. Indy out of grade I winner and champion producer My Flag, has been retired and will stand in 2007 at Roy Lerman's Lambholm South near Reddick, Fla. His fee will be $3,500.

  • Walmac Raises Successful Appeal, Songandaprayer

    Successful Appeal and Songandaprayer, two stallions moved to Johnny Jones III and Bobby Trussell's Walmac Farm near Lexington in recent years from Florida, will have their fees raised for 2007.

  • Most Hill 'n' Dale Fees Unchanged

    John Sikura's Hill 'n' Dale Farm near Lexington released its 2007 stallion fees Oct. 13 with seven of the 11 stallions standing next year for the same amount as the '06 breeding season.

  • Ten Most Wanted Moving to New York

    Ten Most Wanted, who stood his first two seasons at Gainesway Farm in Kentucky, is moving to Becky Thomas' Sequel Stallions New York for the 2007 season.

  • Honor Glide Gets First Winner

    Honor Glide, who stands at Bridlewood Farm near Ocala, Fla., picked up his first winner Sept. 22.

  • Forest Grove to Stand at Airdrie

    Forest Grove, a grade III stakes winner by Forestry, will stand in 2007 at Brereton Jones' Airdrie Stud near Midway, Ky. His fee will be $7,500.

  • Trust N Luck Moving to Florida

    Trust N Luck, who stood his first three seasons at Dr. Tom Simon's Vinery near Lexington, is moving to Vinery Florida for the 2007 season.

  • Deputy Commander Moving to Ballena Vista

    Deputy Commander, the sire of 15 stakes winners, will be relocated to stand in 2007 at Donald and Karen Kohn's Ballena Vista Farm near Ramona, Calif. His fee will be $10,500.