Horse Racing

Cape Canaveral, one of Pros Inspector’s last sons, dies

Highfield Stock Farm announces September 9 stallion’s death Cape Canaveral on a farm in Alberta, Canada. The farm said he died at the age of 26 after receiving treatment to combat severe cellulitis.

Cape Canaveral has stood in Highfield for 14 years. He was written to last fall.

Highfield Stock Farm wrote in a statement that he “is an extremely special horse to be around, and the entire team will feel his loss.”

One of the top studs in Canada since 2008, Cape Canaveral is a Highfield stallion. He selected three graded winners, 21 black type winners, and 315 winners in 1,080 races from 20 overall crops, 19 of which were of race age. His descendants earned more than 17.8 million dollars.

“Cape has made an impression on all those fortunate enough to be tasked with his care. His longevity in the barn is testament to (staff) Cal Britton, Amber Jacobson, Jennifer Buck and Kelly Robinson, who have cared for him flawlessly through his tenure at Highfield. He is the foundation male for our breeding program, and he will be greatly missed,” said Adrian. Munro, president of Highfield said

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Cape Canaveral was one of the last sons of Mr. Pros Inspector to stand in North America. Produced since 1990, Kentucky Oaks (G1) – Seaside Attraction winning mare, he has won three of his four starts, including the 1999 San Miguel Stakes (G3), for trainers Hall of Fame D. Wayne Lukas and owner of the Overbook Farm breed.

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