Margaux Farm Renews TrueNicks Subscription for 2010

Kentucky-based Margaux Farm will once again sponsor free TrueNicks for their
six stallions for the upcoming year.  

Devil His Due (TrueNicks,SRO) and Cryptoclearance (TrueNicks,SRO) are the two veterans of the Margaux
roster. Both tough, consistent multiple grade I winners who each earned over
$3 million, the stallions combined have sired 78 stakes winners and the
earners of nearly $90 million.

The brilliant grade I-winning sprinter Kela (TrueNicks,SRO) ranks third in seniority
at Margaux. The millionaire won or placed in eight blacktype events,
including a win in the Bing Crosby H. (gr. I) and a runner-up finish to champion
Speightstown in the Breeders' Cup Sprint (gr. I). His first crop are
juveniles this year and he's already the sire of some promising winners.

Proven stallions The Cliff's Edge (TrueNicks,SRO) and Petionville (TrueNicks,SRO) both moved in at Margaux
within the past year. Among the stakes winners from the first crop by
Bluegrass S. (gr. I) winner The Cliff's Edge is the good sophomore colt Our
Edge, winner of the Barbaro S. (gr. III). Petionville as long been one of
the better "racehorse sires" in Kentucky. Among his 67 stakes horses are the
grade I winners Island Fashion and Runway Model and '09 Godolphin Mile (gr.
II) winner Two Step Salsa.

Margaux also stands the promising young Giant's Causeway son Fairbanks (TrueNicks,SRO) in
partnership with Northview Stallion Station in Pennsylvania. Entering his
second season in 2010, Fairbanks was the $1.85 Saratoga Select sales topper
in 2004 who went on to make good, racking up three stakes wins, including
the grade II Hawthorne Gold Cup. 

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