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G1 winner Sporting Chance to stand at A&A Ranch

November 28, 2019

Story courtesy of The Blood-Horse Grade 1-winning juvenile Sporting Chance will enter stud in 2020 at Fred and Linda Alexander’s A & A Ranch near Anthony, N.M., the farm announced Nov. 27. The deal was brokered by Schumer Bloodstock. A group of local breeders joined the Alexanders in the purchase of Sporting Chance from Robert C. Baker and…

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Welder does it again

November 16, 2019

There is absolutely no stopping Welder. With his 21st victory, this remarkable gelding – whose sire and dam were both purchased by Schumer Bloodstock – hit $970,000 in earnings, bringing him closer to that magic $1 million barrier. Welder’s latest win for trainer Theresa Sue Luneack came in Friday’s Silver Goblin Stakes at Remington Park.…

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$10,000 yearling continues big European run

November 3, 2019

CHAMPION Victor Kalejs, who was bought for just $10,000 by Chad Schumer as a yearling, added another win to his impressive resume on Sunday when capturing the Listed Songline Classic at Bro Park. The son of Spring Of Last continues a remarkable run in Europe that also included yesterday’s Group 3 Horris Hill Stakes winner…

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$6,000 yearling Kenzai Warrior becomes British Classic prospect after G3 win

November 2, 2019

Kenzai Warrior, a Karakontie colt bought for just $6,000 by Schumer Bloodstock with Johnny Collins of Brown Island Stables at last year’s Keeneland September Sale, maintained his unbeaten record in game style on Saturday when winning the Group 3 Horris Hill Stakes at Newmarket. The Roger Teal-trained colt had previously created a big impression when…

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Top performer Fear The Cowboy to Glasses Creek

October 30, 2019

FEAR The Cowboy (Cowboy Cal – Whom Shall I Fear), the Grade 1-placed winner of the Skip Away Stakes (G3) and Harlan’s Holiday Stakes (G3), has been retired to stand at Glasses Creek Ranch in Oklahoma in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. This tough performer retires as the winner of nine…

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Acquitted looks smart at Newbury; bred by Lannister Holdings out of Irish purchase

October 25, 2019

Acquitted, out of €22,000 Goffs November purchase Blameless, again looked a high-class prospect in the making for Hugo Palmer on Friday when landing his second victory, a novice stakes at Newbury. The son of Night Of Thunder made a sparkling start to his racing career last month when the impressive winner of his debut at…

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20th victory for Welder – sire and dam were Schumer purchases

October 20, 2019

Welder has done it again! This remarkable gelding – whose sire and dam were both purchased by Schumer Bloodstock – recorded his 20th victory on Friday when taking his second renewal of the Oklahoma Classics Sprint Stakes by close to five lengths. It was Welder’s fifth win of 2019 and brought his earnings to close…

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Atreides to stand at River Oaks Farm

October 15, 2019

ATREIDES (Medaglia d’Oro – Dream Rush), a horse of brilliant speed and now a young stakes sire, has been sold to continue his career at River Oaks Farm in Oklahoma in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. Atreides won four of five starts over 6f to a mile for Stonestreet Stables LLC…

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Shakin It Up to stand at Caines Stallion Station

September 30, 2019

SHAKIN It Up (Midnight Lute – Silver Bullet Moon), the first horse in 40 years to pull off the Grade 1 Malibu and Grade 2 San Vicente Stakes double, has been sold to continue his career at Caines Stallion Station in Okalahoma in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock. In two crops…

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Another easy stakes score for Welder

September 30, 2019

Welder – whose sire and dam were both purchased by Schumer Bloodstock – recorded his 19th victory on Sunday when the dominant winner of the David M. Vance Stakes. It was Welder’s second consecutive win in the race and was won easily, with the Theresa Sue Luneack-trained gelding scoring by close to four lengths. In…

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