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TrueNicks welcomes the stallions of Colebrook Farms, located in Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada. Breeders are now able to run unlimited complimentary nick reports on their stallion roster.

$1 million yearling Seeking the Best (IRE) (TrueNicks,SRO) is a graded stakes-winning son of Seeking the Gold. Racing in Japan, Seeking the Best won two stakes, including a gr. III race at one mile, and placed in four other graded events while earning $1.8 million. Produced from the gr. III-winning Summer Squall mare Mackie, Seeking the Best's second dam is 1993 Broodmare of the Year Glowing Tribute, dam of Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner Sea Hero, and graded winners Hero's Honor, Glowing Honor, and Wild Applause. This is the family of sires Roar, Congrats, and Flatter, and traces back to La Troienne in tail female. Seeking the Best has 50 first crop yearlings of 2010 and stands for a $4,000 fee.

Queen's Plate winner Niigon (TrueNicks) is a son of Unbridled and the stakes-placed Nureyev mare Savethelastdance. In addition to capturing Canada's premier three-year-old race, Niigon also placed in five graded events, including the Jim Dandy (gr. II) at Saratoga. Niigon is a half brother to the dam of Island Sand, winner of the Acorn Stakes (gr. I) and runner-up in the Kentucky Oaks (gr. I). At stud, Niigon's first runners are two-year-olds of 2010. He is represented by four winners to date, including a pair of winners last week at Woodbine—maiden special weight winners Curgone and Sagatiba, who romped by seven lengths. Niigon's stud fee is $4,000.

Multiple graded stakes winner Marcavelly (TrueNicks) is by champion two-year-old Johannesburg, out of a full sister to gr. I winner Hidden Light, the dam of Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. I) winner Artie Schiller. True to his family, Marcavelly was a top level turf miler. Winner of Monmouth Park's Continental Mile Stakes at two, Marcavelly also placed second in the Summer Stakes (gr. III) behind eventual champion Dreaming of Anna. At three, he won the Transylvania (gr. III) at Keeneland before setting a new stakes record of 1:33.45 in the Hill Prince (gr. III, video below). Marcavelly, whose first crop are foals of 2010, stands for a $4,000 fee.

Canadian champion two-year-old Leonnatus Anteas (TrueNicks,SRO) stood his first season at stud in 2010. An undefeated three-time stakes winner on turf and all-weather at age two, Leonnatus Anteas twice defeated eventual Queen's Plate winner Mike Fox in the Cup and Saucer (video below) and Coronation Futurity. At three, he won the Durham Cup (gr. III), setting a new track record for nine furlongs. A son of Stormy Atlantic, Leonnatus Anteas is out of the winning Cure the Blues mare South Sea Blues, a full sister to grade I-placed stakes winner and sire Fast Cure. The family also includes stakes winner Anabaa's Creation—a nose behind Zenyatta in the Clement L. Hirsch (gr. I)—and Preakness (gr. I) winner Red Bullet. Tail female traces to the great mare Sceptre. Leonnatus Anteas stands for a $3,500 fee.

Among the leading Canadian sires, Tethra (TrueNicks) is a multiple stakes-winning son of Cure the Blues and Canadian champion two-year-old filly Ada Prospect. Posting stakes wins from five to seven furlongs, Tethra set a new Woodbine track record for seven furlongs in 1:21.40. At stud, Tethra has sired 10 stakes winners, including Cup and Saucer winner Pyramid Park and Summer Stakes (gr. III)-placed Orna. In 2010, Tethra is the sire of Kenora Stakes winner Don's Folly and 11-length maiden special weight winner Press Here. His lifetime progeny earnings exceed $13 million. Tethra stands for a $2,500 fee.

Graded stakes-winning juvenile Mr. Jester (TrueNicks) is by Silver Deputy, out of the multiple grade I-placed Fappiano mare Future Pretense. In winning the Kentucky Cup Juvenile (gr. III), Mr. Jester defeated eventual grade I winners The Cliff's Edge and Pomeroy. Mr. Jester would also capture the $1,000,000 Delta Jackpot and place second in the Risen Star Stakes (gr. III). At stud, his first crop are three-year-olds of 2010. Mr. Jester has sired nine winners, including Lady Angela Stakes winner Jesters Jazz. Mr. Jester stands for a $2,500 fee.

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