2022 new stallion

Tapit's Per Capita to Stand in Arizona

Per Capita (Tapit--Successful Outlook, by Orientate), a full-brother to the GSW & GISP pair of Anchor Down and Iron Fist, has been retired and will stand at Fleming Thoroughbred Farm near Willcox, Arizona. Last trained by Todd Pletcher while campaigning for the partnership of Red Oak Stable, Peter Brant, and Gainesway Stable, Per Capita was offered at the recent Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Winter Mixed Sale as a racing or stallion prospect. Alvarez Racing purchased the chestnut for $60,000 and retired him to stand at Fleming. Per Capita goes to the breeding...

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Horse of the Year Knicks Go Settling in at Stud

   Two-time Breeders' Cup Champion and newly-crowned 2021 Horse of the Year Knicks Go is already well underway in his first year at stud at Taylor Made Stallions. It's been a whirlwind stretch for the five-time grade I winner over the past few weeks after his final career start in the GI Pegasus World Cup Invitational S. as he traveled from Florida to Kentucky and had just a few days to prepare for the upcoming breeding season before the shed doors officially opened. "He ran in the Pegasus on Jan....

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Group 1 Winner Fifty Stars to Sunnyhill Stud

Group 1 winner Fifty Stars (Ire) (Sea The Stars {Ire}--Swizzle Stick {Ire}, by Sadler's Wells), will retire to Sunnyhill Stud in partnership with Jack Cantillon's Bloodstock Racing as a National Hunt stallion in 2022. A fee for the G1 Australian Cup hero will be announced later, and he will be available for inspection in December. Rated 121 by Timeform, Fifty Stars is a half-brother to Leopardstown Christmas Festival 19-length winner Whiskey Sour (Ire) (Jeremy). In addition to his Group 1 win, the 6-year-old spent his entire career Down Under and...

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