Hanover, PA — Hanover Shoe Farms, along with Brad Grant and Wendy Samelman, are pleased to announce that 2017 2-year-old colt Pacer of the Year, Stay Hungry, will join their stallion roster in 2019.
A son of super sire Somebeachsomewhere out of the $2 million winning mare My Little Dragon, Stay Hungry won the Breeders Crown as a 2-year-old on his way to his award-winning season. This year at 3, he won the first two legs of harness racing’s Pacing Triple Crown while taking a record of 1:47.3 and amassing more than $1.3 million in career earnings.
Called by Tony Alagna, trainer of super sire Captaintreacherous and promising stallion Artspeak, the most correct yearling he ever purchased, Stay Hungry will stand in Pennsylvania for an introductory stud fee of $6,000.
Shares are available in this promising stallion. Please contact Jim Simpson at 717.637.8931 for further information.