logo1

Maryland is proud to welcome three new stallions for the 2022 breeding season: ENGAGE and GALAWI (IRE), both standing at Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Md., and FORTUNE TICKET, who still stand at Anchor & Hope Farm in Port Deposit, Md. Read more about them at MarylandMillion.com.

Multiple graded stakes-winning sprinter ENGAGE has been retired to Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Md., for the 2022 season. He will stand for $5,000 live foal and is now at the farm and available for inspection.

GALAWI (IRE), a winning son of the world’s most successful international sire Dubawi (Ire) out of a Group 1-winning millionaire half-sister to the incomparable Goldikova (Ire), will stand his first season at Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Md., in 2022 for $2,000 live foal, payable when the foal stands and nurses.

Climax Stallions LLC has announced that Gun Runner's full brother, FORTUNE TICKET, will stand his first season at stud in 2022 at Anchor & Hope Farm in Port Deposit, Maryland. Gun Runner recently broke the first crop progeny earnings record set by Uncle Mo in 2015, who broke Tapit's 2008 record. Fortune Ticket was initially raced by his breeder, Three Chimney's Farm, where Gun Runner will stand in 2022 for $125,000 stands and nurses. Fortune Ticket was a multiple allowance winner at 3 who ran a 7 on Thoromanager.

More News

Mama G’s Wish makes it happen in Lewes Stakes

No Guts No Glory Farm’s homebred Mama G’s Wish ran her heart out in the final strides of the $50,000 Lewes Stakes, for 3-year-old fillies at Delaware Park on Wednesday, June 22, to secure her first stakes win.

Read more ...

Halfinthewrapper a back-to-back stakes winner in Canada

Lets Dance Stable’s Halfinthewrapper came out swinging in the La Varendrye Stakes ($35,750-guaranteed Canadian) for fillies and mares, 3 & up, leading gate-to-wire to win by three-quarters of a length Wednesday, June 22 at Assiniboia Downs in Winnipeg, Canada.

Read more ...

Fille d’Esprit much the best in Susquehanna Valley Stakes

C J I Phoenix Group and No Guts No Glory Farm’s Fille d’Esprit came out swinging, pulling away easily down the stretch to win the $100,000 Susquehanna Valley Stakes, for fillies and mares, 3 & up, by two and a quarter lengths at Penn National on Friday, June 17.

Read more ...