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Editorial, Half-brother to Uncle Mo to Stand For Climax Stallions

Lexington, Ky- Editorial, a 3-year-old half-brother to super-sire Uncle Mo, by sire of sires War Front, has been acquired by Climax Stallions and will stand in North America for the 2018 breeding season. From an exceptional family, Editorial retires from racing with a 1-1-0 record out of 2 starts. Climax Stallions, who syndicate each of… Read more »

Two stakes winners, two different surfaces for sire Haynesfield

Haynesfield had quite the weekend, the son of Speightstown sired two stakes winners, Hay Dakota in the Mystic Lake Stakes and Profound Moment in the Washington State Legislators Stakes. Hay Dakota Wins Mystic Lake Stakes Hay Dakota dropped too far behind a slow pace last summer at Canterbury Park in the $200,000 Mystic Lake Derby,… Read more »


First Bullet Train winner in Australia posts another impressive success

By Bowness Stud– Bullet Train’s first AUS winner Egyptian Bullet reaffirmed her considerable promise when posting her second win from just three starts in a Fillies & Mares Benchmark 64 Handicap (1200m) on the synthetic racing surface of Pakenham Racing Club in Victoria. Pitted against six older rivals on the all-weather surface, the progressive juvenile daughter… Read more »


Feld of Dreams

FELD OF DREAMS BY EMILY SHIELDS Sean Feld is on a mission to shake up the Thoroughbred breeding industry, and the 30-year-old pioneer is well on his way via his Climax Stallions. The syndicate group puts a modern twist on an old system, with new stallions in California a part of the venture. Feld was… Read more »


Curlin to Mischief Sires First Foal

Curlin to Mischief sired his first foal when Billiondollarbaby dropped a filly Feb. 2 at Rancho San Miguel in San Miguel, Calif. “The first foal, for both Curlin to Mischief and the dam, stands up and over a good bit of ground,” said Rancho San Miguel farm manager Clay Murdock. “Her presence is noted by… Read more »


Hay Dakota Upsets Commonwealth Turf

Alice Metler’s Chicago invader Hay Dakota charged home down the center of Churchill Downs‘ Matt Winn turf course under jockey Denny Velazquez to upset 3-1 favorite Bondurant by a neck in the $100,000 Commonwealth Turf (gr. IIIT) for 3-year-olds Nov. 12. Watch Video Scholar Athlete, who led until the final yards, was another half-length back in… Read more »


Difamante First Winner for Bullet Train

Crestwood Farm freshman sire Bullet Train , a three-quarters brother to undefeated European champion and hot young sire Frankel, was represented by his first winner Aug. 6 when Difamante went from last to first in his career debut at Gulfstream Park. Bullet Train, a 9-year-old son of Sadler’s Wells out of Kind, by Danehill, stood… Read more »


Bullet Train Gets First Stakes Winner

Crestwood Farm’s freshman sire Bullet Train got his first black-type stakes winner when Whiskey Train raced from near-last to first in the $75,000 Armed Forces Stakes at Gulfstream Park Oct. 1. Owned by Road Trip Racing and trained by Laura Cazares, the Armed Forces was Whiskey Train’s first win in two starts. The bay gelding… Read more »


Curlin to Mischief’s Half Brother brings 3 Million at Keeneland Sept. Sale

Clarkland Farm hit another home run at the Keeneland September yearling sale Sept. 14 when a half brother to three-time champion Beholder and to grade I winner and sire Into Mischief was purchased by M. V. Magnier for $3 million on behalf of Coolmore Stud interests. The Scat Daddy yearling colt, Hip 454, was produced… Read more »


Curlin to Mischief to Stud

SAN MIGUEL, Calif. — Curlin to Mischief (Curlin–Leslie’s Lady, by Tricky Creek), an unraced half-brother to two-time champion Beholder and Into Mischief, will be retired to stud in 2016 at Rancho San Miguel in San Miguel, California, Feld Family Stallions announced Wednesday. In homage to Beholder and Into Mischief’s owner Spendthrift Farm, there will be… Read more »