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Seven new stallions join the Ontario improvement program

Seven stallions are participating in Ontario’s Thoroughbred Improvement Program for 2023, of which five will stand for the first season in the Canadian province.

Avie’s flatter , Collusion Illusion , Mohaymen , serve the king and Tamarkuz all will be studying in Ontario for the first time, while Ami is flatter was a second bro who had previously stood in Florida and Guipago return to the province.

Serving the king, Avie’s Flatter and Collusion Illusion were the entering stallions of the year, all with success on the graded stakes on the track.

Serving the King is a 1st, 2nd place winner on grass and will stand at Yorktech Racing Stables.

Avie’s Flatter hybrid Ontario is a multi-sport runner who has won or bets six to 1 1/2 miles across all surfaces—Tapeta, turf and land—and will be standing at Colebrook Farms.

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The Collusion Illusion is a multi-graded bet winner at six and 6 1/2 furlongs, including Bing Crosby Stakes (G1), and a bet graded bet at seven furlongs. He will stand at Ballycroy Bloodstock alongside Breeders’ Cup winner Dirt Mile (G1) Tamarkuz, who has previously stood at Shadwell Ranch near Lexington since 2017.

Mohaymen is by many top males faucet and was a tier 2 multi-stakes winner just under $1 million on the track. Since his admission in 2018, he has bred 49 winners, including 2nd place winner Elm Drive and multi-stakes winner Mowins. He made it to the top 10 North American freshmen in 2021 and will be at the Northern Dawn Stables.

Rounding out the new sires are Ami’s Flatter and Guipago. Ami’s Flatter returns to Ontario after standing four seasons at Ocala Stud in Central Florida, and Guipago previously stood in Ontario from 2015-17. They will stand at TC Westmeath Stud Farm and Jecara Farm respectively.

In addition to the seven new stallions, three of Ontario’s top five stallions will return in 2023.

Silent name
Photo: Courtesy Adena Springs North

The Silent Name at Adena Springs North

Silent name , the Ontario leader in number of winners and bets, will be in Adena Springs North. Sunday Silence’s 21-year-old son has had six runners pass the $100,000 mark by 2022, led by Cup and Disc Stake winner Philip My Dear, who also finished third in the Summer Stake ( G1T).

Souper Speedy, the third active breeder in 2022 in terms of progeny earnings, was represented last year by Maple Leaf Stakes (G3) winner Il Malocchio, who is also his top runner. it last year.

Rounding up the stallions returning to the top is reload . Poulin in OT was his top runner, as gelding put together a 2 year old campaign that won three stakes and made over $200,000.

Registered Ontario Thoroughbreds for the 2023 breeding season

The complete list of Ontario stallions online is the deadline to register a stallion, which is January 15. Late registrations may be accepted and additional stallions will be added to the list. list Ontario at a future date.


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