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Total Truth, Others To Fox Den Farm

Published: January 13, 2014 12:35 pm ET

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Fox Den Farm has announced that it will add four new stallions to its roster for 2014.

In response to a renewed and enthusiastic interest in breeding in Maryland due to enhanced and expanded breeding programs in the state, Fox Den will stand a total of six stallions this year.

New for 2014 is Total Truth, winner of over $2.1 million with a record of p,1:48.3. The son of Jennas Beach Boy’s accomplishments include, at two: winner Smullin Memorial, Niatross, and elimination. Kentucky Sires Stakes at Lexington. At three: winner of the North America Cup final; elim and final of the Hoosier Cup; elim and final of the Progress Pace at Dover; the final of the Cane Pace, Burlington, and elim of the Matron Stakes.

Total Truth was named Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year and Pacer of the Year in 2006. In 2008, Total Truth was sold at Tattersalls for $900,000, a record for a male pacer.

Also new for 2014 is the trotter Charlie De Vie t,3,1:53.2f ($272,918) by Yankee Glide. Charlie De Vie was a $90,000 yearling and winner of the Zweig Memorial and Simpson Stakes.

Two additional pacing stallions are also added.

Rustys For Real p,3,1:50.0f ($429,747) by Real Artist was a $90,000 yearling and was the winner of an elim of the Max Hempt Memorial. Rustys All In p,7,1:50.0f ($481,589) by Western Hanover was a $70,000 yearling with winnings of over $100,000 at age three and six.

These four stallions will join the proven Maryland sires Allies Western and You Betcha at Fox Den. Visit for more information on the farm and the 2014 stallions.

(With files from Fox Den Farm)

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