First Mare in Foal to Country House


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Darby Dan Farm's Country House (Lookin At Lucky), winner of the 2019 GI Kentucky Derby,has had his first mare confirmed in foal, the farm announced today.

He was bred to the Ghostzapper mare More Everything Feb. 10, and the half-sister to stakes winner and Grade III-placed Bishop's Pond (Curlin) and stakes-placed Black Oak (Forestry) has been scanned in foal for owner Watershed Bloodstock, LLC.

Country House broke his maiden with a 'TDN Rising Star' performance at Gulfstream Park, finished a fast-closing second to eventual Classic winner War of Will (War Front) in the GII Risen Star S. at Fair Grounds before running fourth in the GII Louisiana Derby and third behind Omaha Beach (War Front) and Improbable (City Zip) in the GI Arkansas Derby.

A half-brother to graded stakes winner Mitchell Road (English Channel), Country House is by multiple Champion and Classic winner Lookin At Lucky out of the winning War Chant mare Quake Lake, a half-sister to graded stakes winner and multiple graded stakes-placed Breaking Lucky (Lookin At Lucky).

For more information on Country House, contact Ryan Norton at (859) 254-0424 or [email protected], or visit

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