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Spendthrift announces 2024 stallion roster & fees

Spendthrift Farm has announced stud fees for its roster of 26 stallions set to stand at the Lexington-based farm for the upcoming 2024 breeding season, led again by North America’s reigning four-time champion General Sire, Into Mischief who will stand for $250,000 S&N. “Into Mischief just continues to wade further and further into unchartered waters…

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G1 winners Taiba, Zandon & Arabian Lion to stand at Spendthrift in 2024

Spendthrift Farm has announced it will be adding Grade 1 winners Taiba, Zandon and Arabian Lion to its stallion roster for the 2024 breeding season. “We are really excited to be bringing in three new stallion prospects of the caliber of Taiba, Arabian Lion and Zandon for the 2024 breeding season,” said Spendthrift general manager…

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Omaha Beach popular at Keeneland September

Popular young sire Omaha Beach has been well represented with his second-crop yearlings at the Keeneland September Sale. The brilliant son of War Front hails from one of the most exciting female families in the American stud book, and he’s started strong with his first juveniles to race, already siring a stakes winner with Hot…

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Jimmy Creed’s Private Creed becomes a millionaire after Grade 2 triumph

Jimmy Creed sired yet another promising graded stakes winner in Private Creed when the 3-year-old colt took the $1 million, Grade 2 Franklin-Simpson Stakes at Kentucky Downs on September 9th. Private Creed, a multiple stakes winner coming into the race, captured his first graded win after rallying along the inside to score an impressive 2…

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Into Mischief breaks Storm Cat’s record for most million-dollar yearlings

Book One at the 2023 Keeneland September Yearling Sale marked a historic event for four-time Champion General Sire Into Mischief, when 11 yearlings sold for seven-figure prices. Adding upon his trio of million-dollar yearlings at the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale last month, Into Mischief’s 14 seven-figure sales marks the most ever for a sire in a…

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