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adult male horse kept for breeding

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Take the stud horse, break him for limited containment.
In the seven-furlong run, Marc Lerner guided the Al Thumama Stud horse to a quarter of a length victory over Al Shahania Stud's Zahwah, ridden by Carlo Fiocchi, while De Mieulle-saddled Diese rounded up the top three.
According to a statement, by the end of 2011, the equestrian college, the stud horse base and the feedstuff plant will start trial operations.
The fifth well in the program, the Stud Horse Butte #6-23 was completed and began producing on September 17th at an initial rate of 12 mmcfe/d.
Another Injaaz Stud horse, Messine De Sinuhe, topped the 1800m Purebred Arabian Conditions event with an easy five-length win under Convertino.
DIG IN Bucket of brekkie for Sea The Stars MOVING Thoroughbred on the gallop SCRUBBED UP He gets his feet cleaned PAMPERING Getting a good grooming CHECK Trainer John keeps eye on stud HORSE POWER Sea The Stars wins at Sandown ridden by Mick Kinane WATCHFUL Trainer John Oxx SECOND BEST Real's Ronaldo
Since initiating activity in mid-June, Ultra has drilled and completed the first four wells of an 18-well program in the Stud Horse Butte area of the Jonah field.
The owner of Seattle Slew obtained 800,000 dollars for the right for the famous stud horse to couple with a mare.
At 18 he could easily have another eight to 10 years left in him as a stud horse.
Jonah Field Since initiating activity in mid-June, Ultra has drilled and completed the first four wells of a 18 well program in the Stud Horse Butte area of the Jonah field.
He and his family run a stud horse farm in the village of Costock, Notts.
Halliburton, as operator for Ultra, will move the rig next to the SHB 9-24 location, which will be the second of seven wells planned for the current Halliburton/Ultra Stud Horse Butte project.
He has consigned juveniles to breeze-ups since 1987, and in 1989 a Gaybrook Lodge Stud horse topped the first breeze-up sale held at Tattersalls in Newmarket when selling a son of The Noble Player for 35,000gns.
Victory in a British Group 1 still confers more value on a potential stud horse than victory in any but a few races overseas.
But how, having established this, could his value as a stud horse be increased?