Mohaymen To Remain At Shadwell’s Kentucky Farm In 2022

Shadwell Farm’s multiple graded stakes winner and promising Freshman Sire Mohaymen will stand at their Nashwan Stud facility in Lexington, Ky. for the upcoming breeding season.

Through mid-October, the 8-year-old son of Tapit is the sire of two stakes winners, including graded stakes winner Elm Drive (G2 Sorrento Stakes), 11 winners (six in debut) and 12 placed from 35 starters to date. Ranking among the top 10 first year sires, Mohaymen will stand for $7,500 live foal.

2016 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile-G1 winner and 2nd Crop Sire Tamarkuz will be standing at Blue Ridge Farm in Opelousas, La., for a fee of $5,000 live foal.

Among the first crop success for the $1.8 million-earning son of Speightstown is the graded stakes winner Red Flag and yearlings which sold up to $280,000. A half-brother to G1 St. James’s Palace Stakes winner Without Parole and stakes winner She’s Got You, Tamarkuz is represented by two stakes horses in 2021.

The multiple graded stakes winner Qurbaan, also by Speightstown, will stand the upcoming season at the Indiana Stallion Station in Anderson, Ind., for a fee of $2,500.

Undefeated at two, Qurbaan won or placed in nine graded stakes, including back-to-back editions of Saratoga’s G2 Bernard Baruch Handicap and also was Grade 1-placed three times. His first foals arrived this year.

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