The Georgia Horse Racing Coalition announces the 2015 GHRC Private Stallion Season Sale to fund efforts to bring the great American sport of horse racing to Georgia.
“We are honored and humbled by the stallion donations from some of leading breeders in the racing industry who unanimously agree that Georgia represents the best new location for one of our nation’s oldest sports,” says Dean Reeves, Coalition president and owner of 2013 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Mucho Macho Man. “What makes our sale so unique is that we are the only ones offering two black-type stakes races at Gulfstream Park preferred for progeny of all stallions donated to the auction.”
Reeves, who donated a season to Mucho Macho Man, says the sale will feature outstanding stallions from Adena Springs, WinStar Farm, Lane’s End, Taylor Made Stallions, Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms, and other top stallion farms.
“The quality of these stallions shows how bringing racing to Georgia is supported by the racing industry and an opportunity for all of us,” says Reeves. “These are going to sell fast, and we appreciate the industry’s support and encouragement.”
The Georgia Horse Racing Coalition consists of leading business, civic leaders and Thoroughbred owners who are dedicated to promoting Georgia racing and its many benefits to the state and the industry.
For more information, go to gahorseracing.org.