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Rock N Roll Heaven To Blue Chip

November 23, 2010:

Frank J. Bellino is pleased to announce that his spectacular colt and multiple World Champion, Rock N Roll Heaven, will begin his stud career in the Empire State at Blue Chip Farms, in Wallkill, New York...read on

Muscle Massive To Hanover Shoe Farms

November 5, 2010:

Jim Simpson, the president of Hanover Shoe Farms, has announced that 2010 Hambletonian Winner Muscle Massive 2,1.57, 3,1.51($1,245,297) will enter the stallion ranks at Hanover beginning with the 2011 breeding season...read on

Sportswriter To Tara Hills

September 28, 2010:

Recently retired World Champion and North America Cup winner Sportswriter p,2,1:49.2, 3,1:48.3 ($1,649,411) will stand the 2011 breeding season at Tara Hills...read on

Driven To Win To Meridian Farms

December 30, 2009:

Meridian Farms has announced that Driven To Win (p,5,1:49.3-$991,493) will be standing his first season at stud at Meridian Farms, High River, Alberta...read on

Kendal Hills Announces New Stallions

October 30, 2009:

Kendal Hills Stud Farm has announced two new stallions to Ontario for the 2010 breeding season...read on

Federal Flex To Seelster Farms

October 29, 2009:

Seelster Farms has announced the addition of the talented and impeccably-bred trotter Federal Flex to its stallion roster starting with the 2010 breeding season...read on

Klau On Muscle Hill Syndication

October 29, 2009:

With phones ringing in the background, Southwind Farms' syndicate manager Mike Klau took some time to speak with Trot Insider in regard to the syndication of the great Muscle Hill, who is set to arrive at the farm's New Jersey location sooner than some may think...read on

Artzina To Stand Stud In 2010

October 29, 2009:

It has been announced that Artzina, the 2006 Nova and Dan Patch Two-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year, will be standing stud during the 2010 breeding season...read on

Well Said To Be Syndicated, Stand At Hanover

September 17, 2009:

Jim Simpson, the president of Hanover Shoe Farms, and Sue Grange and Jeffrey Snyder, the owners of Well Said, have announced that they have reached an agreement...read on


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