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Thoroughbred Stallion at Stud in Sultan, WA
Stunning 1992, 15. 2 hh Kentucky bred Thoroughbred stallion who was bred by Charles Knuckles former president of the Breeders Cup and BREEDERS CUP NONMINATED himself!! "Greek" is by "Danzig Connection" with earnings of over $1 Million and offspring earnings over $8 million! "Greek" is out of "Modern Grecian", a dam to 2 black type racers, her progeny earnings are just under $500, 000. "Greek" has 28 starts with 4 wins 3 seconds and 3 thirds and currently has three 3 yr olds in race training with all three showing lots of speed & good wind. "Greek" has a superb personality that he throws to his offspring, his gentle nature is second to none. "Greek" will be standing at BOUNTYFULL FARMS. Stud fee is $850 (LFG) and includes a non - refundable booking fee of $150, plus mare care.
... more»BOOK BY OCT 31 / 06 FOR 07 AND PAY ONLY $600, all fees.
About Sultan, WA
The area around the Sultan and Skykomish rivers was occupied by the Skykomish, a branch of the Snohomish people, prior to the arrival of American settlers. The Skykomish had a permanent village at the confluence named tʷ'tsɬitɬd, along with a nearby fishery named stək'talidubc. Following the discovery of a rich gold vein along the Sultan River, the land around the confluence was claimed for a homestead by John Nailor and his wife in 1880. Among the first arrivals to the area were Chinese prospectors, who later settled the land but were evicted in 1885. Nailor built a small store and hotel to serve miners and loggers, eventually serving as the first postmaster after the settlement received a post office in 1885.