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US Sire Indian Territory Moves To Cherokee Ridge

Thursday, 11th December 2008

US 10-year-old sire Indian Territory (Carson City-Navajo Pass, by Secretariat) will relocate from Special K Stables in Iowa to Bill Langford's Carencro-based Cherokee Ridge Horse Farm in Louisiana for the 2009 breeding season, reported thoroughbredtimes.com. Indian Territory's dam Navajo Pass is a full-sister to both Storm Cat's Gr2-winning dam Terlingua & Pancho Villa, plus a half-sister to 1990 Gr1 Breeders' Cup Mile winner & permanently Australian-based Coolmore sire Royal Academy. Indian Territory (who won 6 races) has sired 2 crops of racing age & his 8 winners (from 12 starters to date) include stakes-placed Molly Pontz & 4-time winner Indianpass (whose victories this year include a track record at Prairie Meadows).

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