Millennium Farms Stallions Latest to Join TrueNicks

TrueNicks is delighted to welcome Millenniums Farms Kentucky, which has become the latest farm to give users complimentary ratings with its sires. Millennium Farms is currently home to six stallions, but the roster will be extended in 2009 with the recently-announced addition of Student Council (TrueNicks, SRO). A winner on dirt, all-weather, and turf surfaces, Student Council won grade I events on both dirt and all-weather. The son of Kingmambo (TrueNicks, SRO) has won eight races, $1,547,731 to date, including the Maryland Lottery Pimlico Special and the Pacific Classic (both gr. I) and the Hawthorne Gold Cup (gr. II). On his most recent start, he ran second to Commentator in the Whitney Handicap (gr. I) at Saratoga. A half-brother to graded stakes winner Gradepoint, Student Council is out of five-time graded winner Class Kris, herself a half-sister to stakes-winning and grade I-placed Patriot Act.

Millennium Farms is also home to Even the Score (TrueNicks, SRO), a two-time graded stakes-winning son of Unbridled's Song (TrueNicks, SRO) out of Rahy (TrueNicks, SRO)'s stakes-winning daughter Ashtabula, and who already has stakes-placed Enjoy the Score from his first crop of 2-year-olds this year; freshman sire Scrimshaw (TrueNicks, SRO), a son of Gulch (TrueNicks, SRO) who was an undefeated 2-year-old, and who at 3 won the Coolmore Lexington Stakes (gr. II), and finished third in the Preakness (gr. I); Shaniko (TrueNicks, SRO), a son of A.P. Indy (TrueNicks, SRO) and graded stakes winner Sapphire n' Silk, who set a new track record when taking the Kentucky Cup Classic (gr. II) on Polytrack; True North Handicap (gr. II) winner Will He Shine (TrueNicks, SRO), a first-year stallion in 2008, who is a Silver Deputy half-brother to Free Handicap co-highweight Cuvee; and Woke Up Dreamin (TrueNicks, SRO), winner of the Smile Sprint and True North Breeders' Cup Handicaps (both gr. II), who is by Holy Bull (TrueNicks, SRO) out of Dreamlike, a daughter of Storm Cat and two-time champion turf mare Flawlessly.

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