Adena Springs North in Aurora, Ont. is welcoming three new additions to their stallion roster for the 2021 breeding season, due to the sale of Frank Stronach’s Kentucky farm, according to Canadian Thoroughbred. Joining Canada’s leading sire of 2020, Silent Name, will be Shaman Ghost, Point of Entry, and American Guru.
Shaman Ghost will be entering his fourth season at stud in 2021 and his first foals will be starting their racing careers at the same time. The multiple Grade 1 winner finished first in eight of his 17 career starts including the Queen’s Plate, the G1 Woodward, and the G1 Santa Anita Handicap. He was also second to the late champion Arrogate in the 2017 Pegasus World Cup. The 7-year-old son of top sire Ghostzapper will stand for $7,500.
Point of Entry will be entering his eighth season at stud in 2021. The multiple G1 winning son of Dynaformer stands for a fee of $7,500. He was the first horse since champion Theatrical to win the G1 Man o’ War, G1 Sword Dancer and G1 Joe Hirsch Invitational in the same season. His top runners consist of G2 UAE Derby winner Plus Que Parfait, multiple graded stakes winner Analyze It, and Woodbine 2-year-old stakes winners My Gal Betty and Glamanation.
American Guru will stand his first season at stud in 2021 at a fee of $3,000. He won four of seven career starts on turf and tapeta including a one mile turf race at Belmont Park in 1:32.09. The son of Unbridled’s Song is out of a three-quarter sister to Indy Five Hundred – dam of Albert Park and Magny Cours.
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