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Stakes Winner Daddy Warbucks Retired, to Stand in New Mexico
RSS Feeds Sunday, May 9, 2010

Daddy Warbucks, a 6-year-old son of Valid Expectations, has been retired from racing and will stand at Hourigan Horse Farm near Anthony, New Mexico.

Daddy Warbucks will stand for William H. Bright for a private fee. The Texas-bred stallion earned $235,524 from 23 starts, and his five wins included the $125,000 My Dandy Texas Stallion Stakes (R) at Retama Park and $50,000 Groovy Stakes (R) at Sam Houston Race Park in 2006, and the $50,000 Triple Sec Stakes at Delta Downs in ’07. He also ran second in three stakes from 2006-08.

One of four winners from five starters foaled by the stakes-winning Geiger Counter mare Countess Delainea, Daddy Warbucks raced at eight different tracks in four states. The stallion’s second dam, the Vice Regent mare Chapdelaine, foaled seven starters, including Sixoutasix, a colt by Cure The Blues who ran third in the listed $100,000 Golden State Mile Stakes at Bay Meadows in 1999.

Daddy Warbucks joins three other stallions standing at Hourigan – Night Fright, Pro Prado, and Source.

For more information about Daddy Warbucks, contact Hourigan Horse Farm at (575) 589-1111, or visit the farm’s website at www.houriganhorsefarm.com.

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