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Empire Stud Renews With TrueNicks

2007 leading first crop sire Posse (TrueNicks,SRO) will stand his first season in New York with Empire Stud. The son of Silver Deputy was represented by record equaling seven first crop juvenile stakes winners in ’07, including champion Kodiak Kowboy. That runner is a leading contender for additional hardware after three grade I wins in 2009. Posse ranks as the #4 Third Crop sire this year nationally and #1 in New York.

Repent (TrueNicks,SRO) stood alongside Posse at Vinery Kentucky in 2009 and will also join the Empire Stud roster for 2010. The four time graded winner has sired 8% stakes winners from his first crop and ranks as the #12 Third Crop sire in 2009. Among his stakes winners are graded winners Crown of Thorns (who just missed in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I)) and Atoned.

Empire Stud is home to Midas Eyes (TrueNicks,SRO) New York’s #2 first crop sire of 2009. The son of Touch Gold won the grade I Forego H. at Saratoga in his racing career.

Silver Wagon (TrueNicks,SRO) was another big Saratoga winner, taking the 2003 Hopeful S. (gr. I) over a field that included Birdstone. His first crop will be 2yo’s of 2010 as will the first crop of the good Broad Brush runner Maybry's Boy (TrueNicks,SRO), who will stand his first year at Empire Stud after beginning his carreer at Highcliff Farm. He won the Spectacular Bid S. (gr. III) as a three-year-old. Frost Giant (TrueNicks,SRO) will stand his second year in 2010. He’s a grade I winner by Giant’s Causeway from the female family of Mutakddim, Not for Love and Private Account, etc.
 

1 Comment:

My first encounter with Nicks was very favorable.I believe in the dosage sys tem also.However all the "systems" on this orb will not enable you to win at the track on a consistent basis.Only sound handicapping,observing workouts and taking notice of the horses as they enter and leave the paddock will lead to "a leg up" in for entertainment purposes only" game of betting the ponies.Only 5% of people who game on a regular basis win.If everybody won.If everybody won gambling would be conducted in dirt floor shacks with "one holers" for a bathroom.I know your true nicks system has merit but until we get the horse industry back to the status it so richly deserves,it is a moot point.Sincerely,Daniel,"The cat in hat".

Daniel R. Brooks 30 Dec 2009 11:50 PM

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