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Colt by Fort Larned (born Feb 21, 2021)
New Ohio Stallions Represented by First Ohio Foals in 2021
As Ohio breeders stood in line to breed their mares to the many new stallions that entered the state in 2020, they are now being rewarded some 11 months later as their foals began hitting the ground in 2021.
Ohio farms acquired and relocated stallions from other states in 2020, adding them to a roster of bloodlines that continues to improve year after year. Big name stallions such as Fort Larned, Itsmyluckyday and Danza (formerly standing in Kentucky) and Drill (formerly standing in Florida) have recently been represented by their first Ohio-Accredited foals in 2021.
Fort Larned’s first accredited-Ohio foal was a colt out of No Truer, who is a full-sister to True Cinder, a multiple stakes-winner in Ohio, winning stakes at 2, 3, 4 & 5 years-old. The colt was bred by Michael & Penny Rone and was born at Duncan Farms, where Fort Larned stands in Warsaw, Ohio.
Drill’s first accredited-Ohio foal was a filly out of Wild n Bratty, who is a daughter of Bucky’s Brat, a 6-time stakes winner in Ohio. The filly was bred by South River Ranch Inc., a breeder who resides in Indiana and frequently participates in the Ohio program. Drill stands at Raimonde Farms in Wooster, Ohio.
Itsmyluckyday sired his first accredited-Ohio foals with a pair of colts born on the same day of different breeders. The first colt born (bred by Dr. Robert Maro) was out of Palsy Walsy, a mare out of multiple graded stakes-winner Valbenny, who was trained by the great Bobby Frankel. The other colt (bred by Alvin Flick) was out of Crimson Kate, a daughter of the stakes winning and multiple stakes-placed mare, Red Lifesaver. Itsmyluckyday stands at Maro Veterinary Services in Lowellville, Ohio.
Danza was represented by his first accredited-Ohio foal when a colt out of Swinkey (by Dialed In) was born of long-time Ohio breeders Dr. Daniel Yates and Patricia Yates. Swinkey is a ½ sister to an Ohio stakes-winner (Conniption Fit) that was bred and campaigned by Dr. Yates. Danza stands at Fair Winds Farm in Waynesville, Ohio.
The excitement will continue throughout the 2021 foaling season as Ohio’s breeders and owners look to the future of an improving foal crop.
Many other quality Stallions now stand in Ohio and are available to breed to on an individual basis. Please contact the farms directly, many of which you can find in our stallion and farm directories on this website.
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