All blog posts tagged "Sires"

Harlem Rocker, Mast Track & Plan Join

Harlem Rocker, photo courtesy Adena Springs Three new Adena Springs stallions have joined TrueNicks. The new recruits include graded winner and Canadian classic winner Harlem Rocker, Hollywood Gold Cup... Read More

New Careers for Big Stars

Racing is close to finishing up for the year. Lots of potential broodmares and stallions are retiring to start new careers. After a quick break for Thanksgiving, I went to Churchill for the Clark Handicap... Read More

Speight of Success

Speightstown, photo by Lee Thomas It has long been apparent that the crop of stallions that began their stud career in 2005 is a very good one. It’s members include Medaglia d'Oro ( TrueNicks , SRO ),... Read More

Battle of the 30-Something Stallions

With new 2011 stallions Blame ( TrueNicks , SRO ), Eskendereya ( TrueNicks , SRO ), Lookin At Lucky ( TrueNicks , SRO ), and Quality Road ( TrueNicks , SRO ) all priced in the $30,000-35,000 range, we... Read More

Lookin At Lucky Joins TrueNicks

Five-time grade I winner, 2009 champion two-year-old, and likely 2010 three-year-old champion Lookin At Lucky ( TrueNicks ) has been retired to Ashford Stud for the 2011 breeding season. The son of Smart... Read More

Turkish Stallions Now on TrueNicks

The full roster of 26 stallions at the Turkish Jockey Club have joined TrueNicks. Since TrueNicks is the only nicking system that considers all international starters and stakes winners, it is a useful... Read More

Super Saver, Hold Me Back Join

WinStar Farm 's new 2011 stallions Super Saver and Hold Me Back have joined TrueNicks. WinStar homebred Super Saver ( TrueNicks ) claimed this year's Kentucky Derby (gr. I, video below), making him the... Read More

Bybee Road Farms Stallions Join

The stallions of Bybee Road Farm in Ranson, West Virginia, have joined TrueNicks. Unlimited free nicking reports are now available to breeders for Officer Rocket and Ghostly Numbers. New for 2011 is Officer... Read More

BC Classic Winner Blame Joins TrueNicks

Multiple grade I winner Blame ( TrueNicks ) has been retired to Claiborne Farm and will stand for a $35,000 fee in 2011. Breeders are now able to run unlimited free nick reports with Blame, courtesy of... Read More

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