Domino Stud

Classy Mares Not the Only Producers at Dixiana

While some pretty resonant horses have grazed this land, right back to Domino himself, few have played a more significant role in its story than a 25-year-old gelding retired here with a single Grade III success to his credit. But if the first horse to lure William Shively onto the Turf can be thanked for doing so with a somewhat flattering sample of the dividends available--he won eight of 30 starts and close to $500,000--then nor should anyone be misled about the kind of odds that typically stimulate his owner....

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Pat Terry, Thoroughbred Record Publisher, Dies

Sumner Patrick "Pat" Terry, former president of the Thoroughbred Record, died peacefully in Lexington, KY on Dec. 14. He was 78. An attorney by trade after serving five years in the Navy, Terry purchased the Thoroughbred Record in 1980 with partners John Sparkman and Bill DuPont and presided over it until 1988. He was the adopted son of former Domino Stud owner W.B. "Bill" Terry, Sr., and was vice president of Domino for Ken T. Jones after the farm was sold in 1989. An owner of racehorses and mares himself,...

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