Ohio-based stallions recruited from other states in 2020, including GI Breeders' Cup Classic winner Fort Larned (E Dubai) and Grade I winners Itsmyluckyday (Lawyer Ron) and Danza (Street Boss) (formerly standing in Kentucky) and Drill (formerly standing in Florida) were recently represented by their first Ohio-Accredited foals in 2021.
Fort Larned's first accredited-Ohio foal was a colt out of No Truer (Alcindor), who is a full-sister to True Cinder, a multiple stakes-winner in Ohio. The colt was bred by Michael & Penny Rone and was born at Duncan Farms, where Fort Larned stands in Warsaw, Ohio.
Drill's first accredited-Ohio foal was a filly out of Wild n Bratty (Offlee Wild), out of MSW Bucky's Brat. The filly was bred by South River Ranch Inc., a breeder who resides in Indiana and frequently participates in the Ohio program. Drill stands at Raimonde Farms in Wooster, Ohio.
Itsmyluckyday sired his first accredited-Ohio foals with a pair of colts born on the same day for different breeders. The first colt born–bred by Dr. Robert Maro-is out of Palsy Walsy (Lonhro), out of multiple graded stakes-winner Valbenny (Val Royal), who was trained by Bobby Frankel. The other colt–bred by Alvin Flick–is out of Crimson Kate (First Samurai), a daughter of the SW Red Lifesaver. Itsmyluckyday stands at Maro Veterinary Services in Lowellville, Ohio.
Danza was represented by his first accredited-Ohio foal with a colt out of Swinkey (Dialed In), bred by Dr. Daniel Yates and Patricia Yates. Swinkey is a half-sister to an Ohio stakes-winner Conniption Fit, who was bred and campaigned by Dr. Yates. Danza stands at Fair Winds Farm in Waynesville, Ohio.