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BC Juvenile Winner Texas Red Moves To Ohio’s Buckeye Stallion Station

Texas Red, the winner of the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, has relocated to Buckeye Stallion Station, a subsidiary of Hurst Racing Stables, in Hubbard, Ohio for the 2023 breeding season. The 11-year-old son of Afleet Alex will stand for an advertised fee of $3,000, with special considerations available. Texas Red began his stallion career at […]

Pennsylvania Leaderboard: How Blackstone Farm Ended 2022 As Top Earner Of Breeder’s Awards

Pennsylvania features one of North America’s most lucrative breeder’s awards structures for Thoroughbred racing, and no farm took advantage of that in 2023 quite like Blackstone Farm. The Pine Grove, Penn.,-based operation of Christian Black and Douglas Black (no relation) finished 2022 as the state’s leading earner of breeder’s awards, bringing in $423,292, well ahead […]

The 2022 2-Year-Old Sale Sire Power Rankings: Justify Earns Another Crown

A horse being offered at a 2-year-olds in training sale has two main jobs: Breeze fast and sell for as much money as possible. Fortunately, we’ve got figures to measure the success of both. In this segment, we will attempt to pinpoint the most successful sires of the juvenile auction season by ranking each qualifying […]

Stakes-Placed Hot Seat Took The Long Way From Parx To Kazakhstan

Hot Seat, who finished second to Sharp Azteca in the 2016 City of Laurel Stakes, is standing in Kazakhstan for the 2023 breeding season, the Russian racing news website reports, and his path to get there has dotted points all over the map. The 10-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song arrived in Kazakhstan in late […]

The 2022 Freshman Sire Yearbook: Far More Than Just A ‘Big Three’

When a Triple Crown winner retires to stud and gets a murderer’s row of mares for his debut book, it can feel like everyone else in that freshman sire class is racing for second. Instead, much like when American Pharoah faced a salty rookie class in 2019, Triple Crown winner Justify found himself posting great […]

Grade 3 Winner Mo Mosa Sold To Stand In Jamaica

Grade 3 winner Mo Mosa will begin his stallion career at Paradise Farms at Spring Village in Jamaica after selling for $50,000 late during Tuesday’s session at the Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale. The 6-year-old son of Uncle Mo was cataloged as a racing or stallion prospect, but he was later switched to being offered […]