Horse of the Year Gun Runner's first foal arrives at Shadai Farm in Japan
Friday, January 25, 2019

Horse of the Year Gun Runner's first foal arrives at Shadai Farm in Japan

Three Chimneys Farm is pleased to announce the arrival of Horse of the Year Gun Runner's first foal, born in Japan at Shadai Farm on January 17th. "The filly is a beautiful and well-balanced foal. She looks just like her father" said Teruya Yoshida, owner of Shadai Farm. The chestnut filly is the first foal out of multiple Group I winner, Giuliet Seattle (Arg).

“We are happy to announce the arrival of Gun Runner’s first foal out of multiple Group I winner Giuliet Seattle (Arg) bred by Shadai Farm. We look forward to more of Gun Runner’s foals arriving in the coming weeks off the exceptional book of mares he covered during his first year at stud” said Tom Hamm, Three Chimneys’ Director of Stallion Seasons.

Gun Runner captured the 2018 Pegasus World Cup Invitational (GI) after being crowned 2017 Horse of the Year. He stands the 2019 breeding season at Three Chimneys Farm for a fee of $70,000 LFS&N.

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