Lookin at Lee

War Dancer Tops Irish Hill & Dutchess Views 2022 Stallion Roster

Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions has announced its 2022 stallion roster and stud fees, featuring new addition Waiting (American Pharoah--Wait No More, by Medaglia d'Oro). Out of a $1.575-million Saratoga Yearling Sales topper, Waiting's second dam is champion Wait a While. He will stand for $4,000 LFSN. Topping the 2022 roster will be War Dancer (War Front), currently the fifth-ranked sire in New York and leading second-crop sire, at $7,500 LFSN. Big Brown (Boundary) sits at number two in New York sires in earnings and tops the state's sires...

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NY Favorites, Top Sire Lines, Head to Empire State

The New York State Thoroughbred Breeding and Development Fund's incentive and rewards program continues to drive new interest and investment in New York stallions, particularly those whose pedigrees fit the race conditions and surfaces of the New York Racing Association (NYRA). Sons of champions and horses that were popular and successful in New York are debuting at stud and coming with significant mare bookings generated in part by the buyers' market at the breeding stock sales during the past three months. Rick Burke's Irish Hill Century Farm, established by his...

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Blended Citizen to Oklahoma

Blended Citizen (Proud Citizen--Langara Lass, by Langfuhr), a three-time graded stakes winner, has been purchased by DMW Racing Stables and will enter stud in Oklahoma for the 2021 breeding season. Mike Recio brokered the transaction on the 5-year-old on behalf of owners Sayjay Racing, LLC, Greg Hall and Brooke Hubbard. Blended Citizen's resume includes wins in the 2018 GIII Peter Pan S. and GIII Jeff Ruby Steaks and also a win in this year's GIII Louisiana S. via disqualification. He retires with a record of 22-5-1-2 and earnings of $558,230....

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Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions Announces 2021 Stud Fees

New York stallion farm Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions has released its 2021 stud fees and roster. Headlined by War Dancer (War Front) at $7,500, the stallion roster includes five stallions that previously stood with Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions and one new sire, Lookin At Lee (Lookin At Lucky), a multiple Grade I-placed placed millionaire and 2017 GI Kentucky Derby runner-up who will begin his career at the Saratoga area stallion station and stand for $6,500 LFSN. He joins a roster that boasts leading New York sire...

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Blended Citizen Retired

Sayjay Racing LLC's, Greg Hall and Brooke Hubbard's multiple graded stakes winner Blended Citizen (Proud Citizen--Langara Lass, by Langfuhr) has been retired from racing. Bred by Ray Hanson, Blended Citizen is out of the multiple stakes-winning Langfuhr mare Langara Lass. The $85,000 OBS March graduate is a half-brother to the stakes-winning millionaire Lookin At Lee (Lookin At Lucky), runner-up in the 2017 GI Kentucky Derby. Blended Citizen's resume includes wins in the 2018 GIII Peter Pan S. and GIII Jeff Ruby Steaks and also a win in this year's GIII...

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Lookin At Lee to Stand in New York

Lookin At Lee (Lookin At Lucky--Langara Lass, by Langfuhr), a two-time stakes winner and runner-up in the 2017 GI Kentucky Derby, has been retired from racing and will stand his first season at stud in 2021 under the management of Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions LLC in Saratoga, New York. Lookin At Lee will stand his initial season for $6,500 LFSN. The $70,000 KEESEP yearling graduate, owned by L and N Racing LLC and trained by Hall of Famer Steve Asmussen, posted a record of 35-4-6-4 and career earnings...

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