Knicks to start at $ 30,000 at Taylor Made
Wednesday 10 November 2021 at 11:57 am |
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Update: November 10, 2021 at 12:26 p.m.
Knicks go (Paynter), who capped what is likely to be a Horse of the Year campaign with a leading victory in the GI Longines Breeders’ Cup Classic at Del Mar on November 6, will enter stud at Taylor Made Stallions in 2022 for an introductory fee of $ 30,000, the farm announced on Wednesday.
The Maryland ranch, owned by the Korea Racing Authority and coached by Brad Cox, ended their 5-year-old season with a four-game winning streak and won five of their seven starts in total, including the prestigious GI Whitney S. at Saratoga by 4 1/2 lengths on August 7th. He prepared for the Classic with easy success in the GIII Lukas Classic at Churchill Downs and recorded his second Breeders’ Cup victory this weekend, having scored by 3 1/2 lengths in the GI Dirt Mile in 2020 His last Classic time of 1: 59.57 nearly broke Del Mar’s track record held by Candy Ride (Arg) and was the fastest on land since Ghostzapper in 2004. With a potential career final To defend their GI Pegasus World Cup Invitational title in late January, Knicks Go amassed a record 24-10-3-1 and winnings of $ 8,673,135.
Best Second Generation Father Not this time (Giant’s Causeway) will cost $ 45,000 next season following an exceptional year in racing. In 2021, the son of Miss Macy Sue (Trippi) had no less than 11 black type winners, five more than his closest rival, and was represented by a pair of ranked winners – Yes This Time and Easy Time . Mongolian Changa (Brilliant Speed), mother of GI Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit (Protonico), sold a full Not This Time for $ 1.05 million to Fasig-Tipton in November on Tuesday night.
The newest addition to the Taylor Made list, Tacit (Tapit), will charge a cover charge of $ 10,000 for the first year.
Not this time (giant’s causeway), $ 45,000
Knicks Go (Paynter), $ 30,000
Tacitus (Tapit), $ 10,000
Instagrand (Into Mischief), $ 7,500
Intense Gaze (Arch), $ 7,500
Midnight Storm (Nile Pioneer), $ 7,500
Mshawish (Medaglia d’Oro), $ 5,000
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