Fred And Ginger relocates to Illinois

The owners of Fred And Ginger are pleased to announce that he has been relocated to Farrier’s Acres Farm in Arcola, Ill., for the 2020 breeding season.

Fred And Ginger was a premier racehorse with a record of 1:47.3 and earnings of $1,053,740. He won a leg of the TVG Series, defeating such notables as Sweet Lou, Pet Rock and Warrawee Needy. He also won the Max Hempt Memorial and numerous PA Sire Stakes. He is a full brother to multiple stakes winner Ginger And Fred p,1:50.1f ($1,928,158).

From a very limited first crop, he is the sire of Shnitzledosomethin p,4,1:49.1 ($738,362), who won an elimination of the 2018 Breeders Crown 3-year-old colt pace and was fourth in the final. He was second in both his elimination and the final of the 2017 Breeders Crown 2-year-old colt pace.

Fred And Ginger is standing for the 2020 season at an introductory stud fee of $2,000.

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