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US Sire Honour And Glory Moves To Ghost Ridge
US 16-year-old stallion & former Coolmore shuttler Honour And Glory (Relaunch-Fair To All, by Al Nasr) “will stand in 2010 at Ghost Ridge Farm in Pennsylvania for US$6,500” reported bloodhorse.com. Before shuttling to Argentina for this year’s Southern Hemisphere breeding season, he stood at the Wintergreen Stallion Station in Kentucky. Honour And Glory (now owned by Argentina-based La Mission) was North America’s leading sire of 2YOs as a 1st-crop stallion in 2000; overall he has sired 116 stakes horses & the earners of US$48.3 million. His 57 stakes-winners include 6 champions (including 2000 Gr1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Caressing & Dubai champion Honour Devil). A millionaire on the racetrack himself, Honour And Glory won the 1996 Gr1 Metropolitan Handicap (plus 3 Gr2 victories) & placed in 7 graded events (including the Gr1 Breeders’ Cup Sprint).