Atlanta Hall Farm welcomes successful Thoroughbred stallion, Cupid, to Maryland and the Mid- Atlantic region as the farm's first standing stallion. 

"Atlanta Hall Farm is thrilled to announce the arrival of the esteemed G1 winning and siring Thoroughbred stallion, Cupid, to our Maryland-based breeding program. This transfer from Coolmore's Ashford Stud in Kentucky to our prestigious and historic facility marks an exciting new chapter for both Cupid and Atlanta Hall Farm. We are honored to welcome Cupid, and we look forward to working with breeders to bring his exceptional genetics to the next generation of champions," said Garrett Murray, stallion manager and owner of Atlanta Hall. 

Cupid sold for $900,000 as a yearling at the 2014 Keeneland September yearling sale. His graded stakes victories include impressive wins in prestigious races, including the Gold Cup at Santa Anita-G1 and the Rebel Stakes-G2. 

Sired by Tapit, one of the most influential stallions in the past half century, with 31 G1 winners and four Belmont Stakes-G1 winners, Cupid is quickly emerging as a powerhouse sire. Recent winners include Carsons Run, taking the Woodbine Bet365 Summer S-G1 at Woodbine for 2-year-olds. The win secured his place as a contender in the 2023 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf-G1. 

Cupid will stand for $8,000 S&N for the 2024 breeding season, subject to change. 

For inquiries about breeding opportunities with Cupid at Atlanta Hall Farm, please contact Garrett Murray at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

(Atlanta Hall Farm press release. This release has been edited for clarity and style. If there are any questions, please contact the organization that produced the release.)

More News

Jaxon Traveler runs away with Zia Park Sprint

Sprint veteran Jaxon Traveler rekindled his best form on Tuesday, Nov. 28, when he won the Zia Park Sprint Stakes by five and a half lengths in near track record time.

Read more ...

Post Time determined in City of Laurel win

Hillwood Stable LLC’s Post Time had to work a little bit harder than normal, but prevailed in the City of Laurel Stakes at Laurel Park on Saturday, Nov. 25, for his first open stakes victory.

Read more ...

Seven's Eleven draws off to win Howard and Sondra Bender Memorial

Maryland Million Sprint champion Seven’s Eleven validated his form and added another stakes win to his resume on Friday, Nov. 24, when he dominated the Howard and Sondra Bender Memorial Stakes for Maryland-bred or Maryland-sired sprinters at Laurel Park.

Read more ...