Where does Hard Spun stand?

Where does Hard Spun stand?

Paris, Ky.
He will stand at the Paris, Ky., farm upon his retirement from racing. The 4-year-old son of Hard Spun has won seven of 13 career starts, hitting the board in 12 of those starts, and has made over $1.9 million. In 2021 alone, he is 4-1-1 from six starts and has made over $1.6 million.

How many wins does Mario Pino have?

On November 7, 2007, Pino reached 6,000 career wins when he rode Pass Play to victory at Laurel Park Racecourse….

Mario G. Pino
Born September 8, 1961 Wilmington, Delaware
Career wins 7,001
Major racing wins

How many foals does into mischief have?

Into Mischief served 210 mares in 2013, resulting in 163 live foals, and since then he has gone from strength to strength. A three-time leader of the American general sire list, he has also established himself as a great sire of juveniles.

How many horses has Curlin sired?

In August 2008, Timeform assigned a 134 rating for Curlin, calling him the best horse in the world on dirt. Curlin was elected to the National Museum of Racing’s Hall of Fame in 2014….

Curlin at the Breeders’ Cup Classic
Sire Smart Strike
Grandsire Mr. Prospector
Dam Sherriff’s Deputy

How old is Mario Pino?

60 years (September 8, 1961)Mario G. Pino / Age

Who bred Curlin?

He is out of the mare Sherriff’s Deputy, a daughter of Canadian Horse of the Year and two-time North American Champion sire Deputy Minister….

Owner Racing partnership: Stonestreet Stables & Midnight Cry Stables
Trainer 1) Helen Pitts 2) Steve Asmussen
Record 16: 11–2–2
Earnings $10,501,800

Is Hard Spun a good sire?

Hard Spun has also found success as a sire internationally, siring Superlative Stakes winner Red Duke (from first crop), multiple Gr.I winning Australian Le Romain, and Japanese graded stakes winning mare Someries. He is also the sire of Lil Rockerfeller, a graded stakes winning steeplechase runner.

Who is Hard Spun?

Hard Spun is the sire of 290 dams of 759 named foals of racing age, 443 rnrs (58%), 282 wnrs (37%), 96 2yo wnrs (13%), 1.54 AEI, 1.37 CI; 29 sw, Leading Earner: Danon Smash (JPN) ($7,059,212). Inquiries to Nominations Team, Darley, 3333 Bowman Mill Rd., Lexington, KY 40513. Phone (859) 255-8537.

Where did Hard Spun go to stud?

He entered stud in Kentucky in 2007 at Darley at Jonabell. He shuttled to Australia in 2008 and stood the Northern Hemisphere season in Japan in 2014. Hard Spun is inbred 4×5 to two-time American Horse of the Year Native Dancer and 5x6x5 to Native Dancer’s sire, 1947 American champion sprinter Polynesian.

Why did Hard Spun not race the Arkansas Derby?

Trainer Larry Jones said that Hard Spun had a difficult time with his footing on Oaklawn’s dirt surface and decided to skip the racetrack’s Rebel Stakes and Arkansas Derby. Instead, Hard Spun was sent to compete in the Lane’s End Stakes on the Polytrack at Turfway Park in Northern Kentucky.

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