World champion Crazed will move to Hanover Shoe Farms in 2013, it was announced Tuesday. He stood in New York at Blue Chip Farms since he entered stud in 2009, with full books his first two seasons and well over 100 mares bred in each of the past two.
His fee for next year has been set at $6,000.
Crazed Syndicate manager David Reid said the move to Pennsylvania offers a "terrific opportunity" and the greatest long-term potential for him to succeed in the marketplace.
"Crazed had an outstanding season in 2012, both on the track with his first crop of 2 year olds, as well as in the sales ring," Reid said.
"With this move, he'll bring the Credit Winner sire line into a state which will allow him to take advantage of an abundance of Broadway Hall, Cantab Hall and Andover Hall-line mares."
Crazed's first crop, eligible in New York, was led by six-time stakes winner and track record-setter Tirade Hanover 2,1:55.4f ($193,999), while his yearlings have sold for up to $120,000.
Hanover Shoe Farms, under the guidance of Jim Simpson, will take over as syndicate and breeding manager of Crazed, effective with the 2013 breeding season. Crazed is fully syndicated, however, limited bookings are available.
For more information, or to book your mare, please contact Jim Simpson at Hanover Shoe Farms at (717) 637-8931, or visit their website at hanoverpa.com.