As a winner of the historic G1 Hopeful at 2YO, Basin brings proven class and precocity to his first season at stud, where he’ll be an excellent fit for the more stoutly-bred Animalistic
As a big, strapping mare from a deep Mid-Atlantic family with lots of turf and sprint success, Kuznetsov will be a fascinating fit with the first-year sire Raging Bull in 2022.
As a half-sister to the G1 Kentucky Oaks winner Cathryn Sophia (by Street Boss), Great Craic was a no-brainer to send back to Street Boss in 2022.
Paynter offers incredible value again in 2022, and he also makes a fascinating match on pedigree for the hard-knocking and well-bred Tiz Emily and Jill.
Sons of Uncle Mo are all the rage as stallion prospects, and with everything else that Modernist also brings to the table, he’s going to be a fantastic match for Hurryupandcomeback this spring.
After producing her first two foals by promising – but young – Mid-Atlantic stallions, Maryland Million winner Participate gets a shot with the proven Kentucky sire Tapiture in 2022.
Raging Bull is one of the most exciting turf horses to retire to stud in the USA recently, and he’ll make a perfect match for the Irish- (and turf-) bred Coffee Pond in 2022.
Code of Honor was a top-class runner from 2 thru 5YO who was at his best going the American classic distance of 1-1/4 miles – he’s a fascinating new prospect at a historic farm, and should be a perfect fit for I’m Engaged in 2022.
The multiple stakes-placed 2YO Rockport Dancer will return to the court of brilliant 2YO Instagrand in 2022 for the second year in a row, in a match-up that only looks better now than it did when we first recommended it a year ago.
Gift Box is the first son of the upwardly-mobile young stallion Twirling Candy to go to stud, and when Ride the Tide visits him in 2022, it will duplicate a cross that has worked very well so far for Twirling Candy. Ride the Tide is a winning daughter of Stormy Atlantic, and from just 7… [Read More]
Yesshewill is a half to a G1W, a G2W, a G3W and a SW, and for her first Housatonic Recommended Mating she will visit the exciting new Spendthrift stallion Rock Your World
For the first mating of the hard-knocking, six-figure earner Raelyn’s Star (by WV sensation Fiber Sonde), we’ve recommended she visit our favorite Kentucky value sire, Jimmy Creed (and yes, he still offers value again in 2022!)
Instagrand was a fantastically-fast 2YO and covered a huge book of quality mares during his first season at stud in 2021, which we think makes him solid value heading into his second year in 2022.
For a breeder looking to maximize commerciality, we have recommended the upwardly mobile Violence as a mate for a full-sister to Dialed In.
As the dam of a 2YO stakes winner by a Maryland-based son of Tapit, Wild For Love will visit first-year Kentucky sire Tacitus in 2022 to duplicate that cross.
With her half-sister having produced 2021 G1-winning 2YO Rattle N Roll, Seville’s Princess will visit that colt’s sire Connect in 2022.
Breeding young mares to veteran stallions gives them the best chance to prove their worth as producers, and as such, the quarter-million dollar earner No More Excuses will visit Darley’s hugely underrated Midshipman in 2022.
Our Plan B with the accomplished racemare Participate will see her visit the exciting multiple G1 sprinter Lord Nelson for a last shot at a 2022 foal.
Settle It’s second pairing will be with the very fast, very well-bred first-year New York sire Honest Mischief in a mating that will produce a foal bred similarly to recent NYRA G3 winner Bye Bye.
As a G2-placed turf runner and half to the top-class Danzig son Exchange Rate, Cable will be a perfect fit for the exciting first-year NY G1W Fog of War.