Stud fees aren’t real. Every autumn, farms bombard us with announcements of their advertised stud fees for the upcoming breeding season, but the key word there is “advertised.” There are always exceptions, but that number is often just the starting point for negotiations; whether demand for a hot sire drives
by Paulick Report Staff|10.03.2022|9:16am Kettle Corn wins Native Diver Kettle Corn, a Grade 2 winner and veteran sire in Ohio, was moved to Orange Valley Estates in Trelawny, Jamaica over the summer, the farm announced on social media. The 15-year-old son of Candy Ride previously stood at Fair Winds Farm
by Ontario Racing/Thoroughbred Improvement Program|09.13.2022|4:41pm Pleasure’s Gold wins the Rondeau Bay Stakes on September 13 at Fort Erie Race Track Labour Day is in the rearview mirror which means no white pants, and school is in session. Josh Attard must have missed the second half of that memo, as he
by Ontario Racing/Thoroughbred Improvement Program|09.12.2022|5:22pm Silent Runner is aiming extend his lead in the 2022 Ontario Sire Heritage Series when he enters the starting gate in the $100,000 Lake Erie Stakes Tuesday at Fort Erie Race Track, on the undercard of the 87th running of the $400,000 Prince of Wales, the
It’s far from breaking news to declare Horse of the Year Gun Runner the runaway winner of the 2021 freshman sire race. The resident of Three Chimneys Farm in Midway, Ky., had a rookie season for the ages, breaking Uncle Mo’s record for freshman-sired earnings before the beginning of December.
A pair of main track stakes, the Lake Ontario and Ashbridges Bay, share top billing on Friday’s eight-race card at Woodbine. The 1 1/16-mile Tapeta events represent the finale of the Ontario Sire Heritage Series, an eight-leg stakes series open to Ontario Sired 3-year-olds, contested at Woodbine and Fort Erie