New York Stallions

Grade I Winner, New York Stallion Frost Giant Dies

Grade I winner and longtime New York sire Frost Giant (Giant's Causeway--Takesmybreathaway, by Gone West) was euthanized from complications of laminitis Monday and buried not far from his paddock and barn at ReRun, Inc., a Thoroughbred retraining and adoption organization in East Greenbush, NY. He was 19 years old. Bought by Coolmore for $600,000 at Keeneland September in 2004, the chestnut started his career in Europe with Aidan O'Brien, winning the G3 Killavullan S. as a juvenile and the G3 Kilternan S. the following year. He eventually was moved to...

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Honorable Dillon Sold to Uruguay

A syndicate of breeders from Uruguay has purchased stallion Honorable Dillon (Tapit--Shy Greeting {Arg} by Shy Tom) for the 2020 Southern Hemisphere breeding season. Previously standing at Rockridge Stud in New York, Honorable Dillon was a Grade II winner with earnings of $233,649 in his racing career. As a stallion, he has 27 winners from 64 runners in two crops to race thus far.

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