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Carnivore, Meadowagogo Standing On PEI

Published: January 27, 2012 2:07 pm ET

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It has been reported that Meadowagogo and Carnivore are both standing the 2012 breeding season on Prince Edward Island.

According to an article by Nick Oakes in The Guardian, Meadowagogo, the 14-year-old son of A Go Go Lauxmont, is returning to the Island after having last stood there in 2008. He is being stood by Bert Honkoop in Montague.

The report also states that Carnivore, who last raced on December 10 at Red Shores' Charlottetown Driving Park, will be standing. Owned by the Lucky Seven Stable of North Wiltshire, the six-year-old son of Real Desire won four races and hit the board of nine occasions during his 2011 racing campaign. The Burlington Stakes winner took his mark of 1:50.3 in 2008 when he recorded his most lucrative career score in the $300,000 Kentucky Sires Stakes.

(With files from The Guardian)

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