No Pan Intended going back to Ontario
September 23, 2008
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Bob Glazer of Peter Pan Stables and David Heffering of Tara Hills Stud Ltd. have announced that No Pan Intended, the 2003 Horse of the Year, will be moving to Ontario for the 2009 breeding season. No Pan Intended, who also won the pacing Triple Crown in 2003, stood at stud in Pennsylvania for the 2008 breeding season.
On behalf of Peter Pan Stables, Bob Glazer stated, “David and I have had ongoing discussions about returning No Pan Intended to Ontario for some time now. The stallion had considerable success last year in 2007 with his first crop progeny having earnings which placed him second in the Ontario Sires Stakes program. However, this year has seen his sons and daughters explode on the scene, stamping No Pan Intended as the leading sire of 2 year-olds on the OSS Circuit and second overall.”
Glazer continued that, “ Tara Hills has made both a tremendous commitment to and an impact on the Ontario program. We’ve entered into a long-term agreement which will ensure that No Pan Intended helps carry on with that tradition of excellence.”
David Heffering added that “No Pan Intended is a tremendous addition to the Tara Hills stallion roster and Ontario racing.” (Tara Hills/Peter Pan Stables)