Shaman Ghost To Stand In California Upon Retirement

Multiple Grade 1 winner Shaman Ghost will join the California stallion ranks when he is retired from racing.

In an interview recently with the BloodHorse, Frank Stronach said that the Stronach family would send three stallions to stand in California in 2018, as a part of the family’s commitment to start building up the breeding program in the Golden State.

“He (Shaman Ghost) will be very exciting for the California breeders,” Stronach told the publication. “I don’t know where he will stand yet. I will be out there next week to look at a few farms. We’ll make a decision in the next week or so.”

Stronach indicated that Shaman Ghost’s stud fee for 2018 would be set at $10,000.

It was also announced that two other Adena Springs stallions – City Wolf and North Light – would also stand in California. Both stallions will stand at EF1 Farms, which formerly operated as Brazeau Thoroughbred Farms.

North Light will stand for $5,000, and City Wolf will stand for $2,500.

Read more in the BloodHorse

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