Mank, Day Of Destiny On The Move In Alberta

Diamond S Performance Horses has announced that the Pulpit stallion Mank will stand the 2022 season in southern Alberta at Bar None Ranches Ltd. and the Distorted Humor son, Day of Destiny will be stand at Diamond S Performance Horses in Wildwood, Alberta.

Mank is the sire of the successful Alberta runners Dance Shoes ($63,317), winner of the 2021 Alberta Oaks and Common Knowledge ($53,892), winner of the 2020 Two Year Old Sales Stakes. Mank sold as a yearling for $290,000 at Keeneland and his dam, Stirring, is a Seeking the Gold mare who has produced four winners including Nowhere to Hide ($217,137). His second dam, Dajin is a full sister to Touch Gold ($1,679,907) as well as half-sister to Horse of the Year, With Approval ($2,863,540) and has produced 6 winners including Serenading ($538,754) and Handpainted ($435,406).

Mank will stand for $2,000 (Canadian) LFG from Jan. 15 through April 15 at Bar None Ranches Ltd. in Dewinton, Alberta and the remainder of the season at Diamond S Performance Horses in Wildwood, Alberta. Special consideration will be given to stakes placed and proven mares.

Day of Destiny is a winner of $132,678 with wins at 6 1/2 furlongs to one mile. He is by the leading North American sire Distorted Humor who has sired 159 black type winners and 69 graded winners worldwide with over $147 million in progeny earnings. The dam of Day of Destiny is the proven Kris S. mare, Sweet Lips ($565,138) winner of the Sunshine Millions Distaff and second in the Grade 2 La Canada Stakes.

Day of Destiny will stand for $1,200 LFG at Diamond S Performance Horses in Wildwood, Alberta. Special consideration will be given to stakes placed and proven mares.

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