By Frances J. Karon It was a blow to the industry when the “Iron Horse” Giant’s Causeway passed away at Ashford Stud in April of 2018, and I was reminded of that when scrolling through the black-type stakes results from the past week, when Giant’s Causeway’s sire- and broodmare sire-lines were represented by stakes horses in … Continue reading Giant in stature
By Frances J. Karon In June, I used this space to write about Stormy Atlantic, of whom I’ve long been an admirer. I’ve become an admirer of his son Get Stormy, too, with more to like all the time, it seems. Get Stormy is a $6,500 Crestwood Farm stallion whose 4yo daughter Got Stormy (dam by Malabar … Continue reading Got Stormy?
By Sid Fernando Prince Khalid Abdullah’s Juddmonte Farms has a racing and breeding presence on both sides of the Atlantic and an embarrassment of riches in its barns at the moment. Scratching the surface, Abdullah is represented in North America this year by the Gll winner Tacitus (Tapit), a leading 3-year-old colt and a potentially … Continue reading Kingman versus Frankel