January 16th, 2023: A new arrival ! At a respectable hour last evening, Shayna’s Miracle decided to lay down and have her foal. With very little difficulty, she had a beautiful filly and was a proud Mom as she proceeded to help clean up her baby. This is our first WAR DANCER foal of the year at Sugar Plum Farm. Welcome to the World, Little One.
January 11th, 2023: January finds us in a New Year, anxiously awaiting our new WAR DANCER foals. Our December Stallion Open House was a great success and it was good to see old friends, meet new ones, and put faces to the people we have been in contact with remotely. WAR DANCER provided us with his usual show, rearing up to please the crowd. He looks spectacular, thanks to Rick Burke, Bill Leak and their Team at Irish Hill.
November 25th: Heading into December we’re looking forward to the Irish Hill and Dutchess Views Stallion Open House on December 10th, from 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM, at the Irish Hill Location. This is a great time to see WAR DANCER, chat with staff and enter the raffle for a free season. Belinda Thomas will be on hand to answer questions, discuss your mare and write contracts.
November 1st: It’s been a crazy week for the WAR DANCER team, as we waited to hear whether Dancing Buck made it into the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint. #1 on the AE list, he came very close until we finally decided to withdraw and point him toward the Aqueduct Turf Sprint this November, in New York. We’re so proud of Dancing Buck, and are thrilled that he came so close to being in a such a prestigious race.
Saturday and Sunday, October 15 & 16 we held an Open House & Stallion Viewing at Sugar Plum Farm. Many folks in town for the Fasig -Tipton sale took the opportunity to come out and see War Dancer, have some chili and chat about their mares. We were pleased to see old friends, and welcome new ones into the WAR DANCER Family.
On Saturday, October 1st, Dancing Buck brought home a Graded Stakes win for his sire, WAR DANCER, winning the G3 Belmont Turf Sprint, by 5 lengths, going wire to wire. As if that wasn’t enough, he also posted the top Beyer at 103.
We’re very proud of WAR DANCER filly, Warsaichi, who won her first Stakes Race in a wire to wire victory at Finger Lakes. Congratulations to the connections !
Did you know That NO WAR DANCER gets left behind? War Dancer LLC management work with every Breeder to make sure that their foal is born healthy and racing sound. If a foal has significant issues, upon receipt of a vet report, we will reduce or waive your stud fee. Just another reason to join the WAR DANCER family.
One of the benefits of breeding to WAR DANCER is that you become part of a group that love horses and racing. We at WAR DANCER LLC recognize that being in the horse business is a lifestyle investment best shared, and we work to create opportunities to get together with our Breeders and friends. in fact, our WAR DANCER SUMMER PARTY is a well known annual event, where old friends and new gather to enjoy a summer evening and meet like-minded people in the business.
WAR DANCER has been spending his summer home, at Sugar Plum Farm, taking a break from his life as a stallion and socializing with his homies. He made a cameo appearance at our War Dancer Summer Party, where he delighted the crowd with his showmanship. Although he’ll soon be returning to Irish Hill and Dutchess Views stallion station to begin to prepare for the 2023 breeding season, he hopes to see you and your mare at the breeding shed !