Open House at Northview PA Stallion Station

Sunday January 27, 2013: Peach Bottom PA

Medallist (2001,Touch Gold Santaria, by Star de Naskra) set both track and stakes records in his two-year racing career. He has been at Northview PA since it opened in 2009.

Smarty Jones (2001, Elusive Quality I'll Get Along, by Smile) turns his attention to some grazing mares while waiting to be shown to visitors at the open house.
2004 Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner Smarty Jones began his stallion career in Kentucky in 2005 and moved to Northview PA last year.

Smarty Jones heads back to the barn as E Dubai, left, arrives at the stallion-viewing area.
Graded stakes winner E Dubai ( Mr. Prospector Words of War, Lord At War), foaled in 1998, is the oldest of the Northview PA stallions.
E Dubai's successes as a sire include 2012 Breeders' Cup Classic winner Fort Larned.
Fairbanks is a 2003 son of Giant's Causeway out of Alaska Queen, by Time for a Change.
Fairbanks, a multiple graded stakes winner, raced for three years. He joined the stallion roster at Northview PA in 2009.

Silver Train (2002, Old Trieste Ridden in Thestars, by Cormorant) is starting his second year as a Northview PA stallion.
Silver Train, now eleven, was a grade I winner at both three and four.
Redeemed (2008, Include Early Mass, by Pleasant Tap), who joined the stallion roster at Northview's Chesapeake City, Maryland, location this year, was brought to Northview's Pennsylvania division just for the open house.
Redeemed was third or better in 12 of his 13 lifetime starts. His 2012 wins included the grade III Greenwood Cup at Parx and the Grade II Brooklyn Handicap at Belmont.
Jump Start (1999, A.P. Indy Steady Cat, by Storm Cat) was the leading sire in the Northeast by number of stakes winners in 2012.
Jump Start's own racing career was cut short by injury in the 2001 Breeder's Cup Juvenile.
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