Perry Martin

Faversham Relocates to Louisiana

Faversham (Lucky Pulpit--Love the Chase, by Not For Love), a full-brother to champion California Chrome, will relocate to Clear Creek Stud in Louisiana for the 2024 breeding season. Faversham's introductory fee for Louisiana is $3,000 payable when foal stands and nurses or $2,000 payable by Sept. 1, 2024; both options offer a live foal guarantee. The 8-year-old stallion is Breeders' Cup nominated. Racing for co-breeder Perry Martin, Faversham won twice--on turf and synthetic--from 19 starts. He stood at Daehling Ranch from mid-2020 through 2023 and will be represented by his...

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Sunday Insights: $1.2m OBS March Grad By Justify Unveiled At Churchill

5th-CD, $120K, Msw, 2yo, 1m, 3:01 p.m. ET. After clocking :10 flat during the OBS March under-tack show, TENNESSEE (Justify) brought $1.2 million as the second topper when the dark bay colt was purchased by Maverick Racing and Siena Farms. Unveiled here, the Brad Cox trainee races for Siena and WinStar Farm, and was purchased by Hartley/De Renzo Thoroughbreds for $250,000 at Keeneland September. Out of GSP Zinzay (Smart Strike), who went for $525,000 to Summer Wind Equine back in 2016 during Keeneland November when she carrying eventual SW &...

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Mo Mosa To Stand At Jamaica's Paradise Farm

GSW Mo Mosa (Uncle Mo) has been purchased to enter stud at Jamaica's Paradise Farms at Spring Village in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. A homebred for Perry Martin and his late wife Denise, Mo Mosa retired with a record of 22-4-4-3 and earnings of almost $500,000. "We've been looking for a long time for another stallion," said Chad Schumer. "Uncle Mo is an absolute sensation as a sire of sires. Mo Mosa is a graded-stakes winner from a nice family, and he's beautiful. I'm delighted...

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California Chrome Co-Owner Passes Away

Denise Martin, the co-owner of California Chrome (Lucky Pulpit), passed away June 14 at the age of 61. Martin and partners found the heights of success with the two-time Horse of the Year. The popular seven-time Grade I winner, whose victories included the Kentucky Derby, Preakness, and Dubai World Cup, currently stands in Japan. Martin was the wife of Perry Martin, who also co-bred California Chrome. The couple split from their partners in the horse and founded Martin Racing in 2016, the same year California Chrome won his second Horse...

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California Chrome Full Sibling Enters Stud in California

Faversham (Lucky Pulpit--Love the Chase, by  Not For Love), a two-time winner and full-brother to two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome, has been retired from racing to stand at Daehling Ranch in Northern California. His 2021 fee is $2,000, live foal guarantee. Lifetime breeding rights are available for $4,500. The 5-year-old was campaigned by his co-breeders, Perry and Denise Martin of Martin Racing, who also co-bred and raced California Chrome. After standing his first three seasons in Kentucky, with two additional Southern Hemisphere stints in Chile, California Chrome was...

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