New York Breeding program

Honest Mischief Brings Blue-Blooded Speed to NY

Honest Mischief (Into Mischief-Honest Lady, by Seattle Slew) is the first son of the record-setting leading sire Into Mischief to stand in New York. He also hails from the blue-blooded Juddmonte family that produced Empire Maker, who died at age 20 in January of 2020, leaving a void in the Thoroughbred breeding industry. Raced by Juddmonte and trained by Chad Brown, Honest Mischief now begins his stud career at Becky Thomas's Sequel New York. He will stand for $6,500 LFSN. Honest Mischief broke his maiden his second time out as...

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First Foal Arrives in NY for MGISP Solomini

McMahon of Saratoga Thoroughbreds announced the arrival of the first foal from the first crop of MGISP Solomini (Curlin--Surf Song, by Storm Cat). The filly, out of track record setter and stakes placed Another Level (Emcee), arrived at Hidden Lake Farm in Stillwater, New York, Jan. 15. The mare's first foal is from the immediate family of Grade I-winning millionaire Octave (Unbridled's Song), winner of the GI Coaching Club American Oaks S. and GI Mother Goose S. "Solomini's first foal out of Another Level is a lovely filly with a...

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Mr. Monomoy Brings NY Pedigree to Waldorf Farm

Last year, veterinarian Jerry Bilinski and his wife Darlene celebrated the 25th anniversary of their purchase of Waldorf Farm, a stately property in North Chatham, New York, with hundreds of acres of rolling horse-friendly pastures and solid well-insulated barns. Upon their purchase of the property, they also brought back its original name, Waldorf Farm, and began standing stallions and boarding broodmares. Today, Bilinski foals between 105 to 110 mares each year. This year, when Mr. Monomoy (Palace Malice) begins his new career at stud, he will join Bustin Stones (City...

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Fog of War: The New War Front in Town

The town of Stillwater, New York, just outside Saratoga Springs, is often called the 'turning point of the American Revolution.' It was there that one of the critical battles in the Battle of Saratoga was won and so it is fitting that the new stallion in town, standing at Barry Ostrager's Questroyal North, is Fog of War (War Front--Say {Ire}, Galileo {Ire}). This son of War Front and winner of the GI Summer Stakes at Woodbine at two will stand as the property of Peter Brant's White Birch Farm Inc....

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