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First mares check in foal to exciting new trio of G1-winning stallions
RSS Feeds Friday, March 1, 2013 | Posted to: Dialed In  -  Shackleford

Dialed In, Shackleford and Jersey Town, Darby Dan’s trio of Grade 1-winning freshman stallions, have all had their first respective mares scanned at 15 days and officially pronounced in foal.

Three-time Grade 1 winner Shackleford had his first three mares confirmed in foal. French Laundry, by Seeking the Gold, and the stakes-placed Media Starlett were both scanned in foal from their Feb. 11 cover. Mecanique, by Maria’s Mon, was scanned in foal from her Feb. 12 cover.

Grade 1 winner Dialed In had his first two mares confirmed in foal. A. K. A. Xe, the undefeated three-quarter sister to graded stakes winner Sea Siren, was scanned in foal from her Feb. 11 cover, and Diadella, a Grade 2-winning Diesis (GB) mare, also scanned in foal from a Feb. 12 cover.

Jersey Town, the Grade 1-winning son of Speightstown, had his first mare check in foal when I’lltakeit was confirmed at 15 days. The Langfuhr mare is a three-quarter sister to Grade 1 winner Military, and her second dam is the top producer Battle Creek Girl.

Jersey Town is standing his first season at Darby Dan for a fee of $10,000 stands and nurses, Shackleford’s 2013 fee is $20,000 stands and nurses, and Dialed In has a first-year fee of $7,500 stands and nurses. For more information, contact Ryan Norton at 859-254-0424.