New farms for Shadyshark Hanover, Allamerican Captor
January 05, 2012
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It's the time of year for stud news, and new homes have been announced for Shadyshark Hanover and Allamerican Captor.
Shadyshark Hanover p,2,1:50.4; 3,1:47.4 ($765,656), a son of Cam's Card Shark-Shady Past (by No Nukes), will stand in 2012 at Victory Hill Farm in LaGrange, Ind.
Shadyshark Hanover was 2011’s fastest 3-year-old pacer with his stakes record 1:47.4 in a division of the Oliver Wendell Holmes at the Meadowlands while defeating Roll With Joe. He also finished second in the Battle of the Brandywine consolation and a North America Cup elimination.
At two, he earned more than $500,000 while taking victories in the Nassageweya, Breeders Crown elim (finishing second in the final), Governor’s Cup elim (finishing second in the final) and Metro elim.
His 2012 fee will be $3,000. For more information, go to www.victoryhillfarm.com.
Dojea Stables is pleased to announce that Allamerican Captor 2,1:50.2h ($950,523) will move to Ohio's Autumn Lane Farm in Thornville, Ohio, for the 2012 breeding season. Allamerican Captor is already the sire of noted Indiana standout Jammin Joshua p,2, 1:52.2 ($209,622).
Allamerican Captor, a son of Jate Lobell, is out of the noted Cam Fella mare Can Du River.
The 2012 fee for Allamerican Captor will be $1,500 with transported semen available. "We believe Allamerican Captor will offer Ohio breeders a proven sire at a very affordable price," said Doug Rheinheimer.
For information on Allamerican Captor or to schedule an appointment to see the stallion, contact Sally Parkinson at Autumn Lane Farm at 740-814-0683, 740-323-1734 (farm) or through the farm website at www.autumnlanefarm.com.