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From its humble beginnings in 1924 to its years in the limelight in the mid-20th Century, the name Calumet has resonated through the
world of horse racing.

Recent News

Calumet Farm 2015 Stud Fees

Calumet has set the stud fees for 2015 including regional sires. Calumet has added 5 new stallions to the roster for next year and has relocated several other stallions.

Red Rocks will stand at Calumet Farm in 2015

Red Rocks was one of Galileo’s first Grade 1 winners in the US, winning the Breeders’ Cup Turf as a 3- year-old and then returning to the US to win G1 Man O’ War at 5. He is currently the only son of Galileo standing in the US to win multiple G1s in the US. Bred by Ballylinch Stud, trained by Brian Meehan, and owned by Paul Reddam, Red Rocks won a Group race at 3, 4, and 5, with total earnings of $2,906,255.

Ready’s Image to Calumet Farm

Ready’s Image has been purchased by Calumet where he will stand in 2015.

Ready’s Image, was the most expensive yearling from the 2005 crop by More Than Ready. He was a brilliant 2 year old winning the G2 Sanford and placed in the G1 Hopeful. Ready’s Image ran the fastest Beyer Speed figure at two in a graded sprint stake and was More Than Ready’s fastest U. S. Juvenile until recent winner Daredevil ran a 107 Beyer to eclipse Ready’s Image figure of 105.

Oxbow, Calumet's eighth Preakness winner, to stand at Calumet Farm for 2015

Joining a storied group of eight Preakness winners campaigned by Calumet, including Whirlaway,1941; Pensive, 1944; Faultess, 1947; Citation, 1948; Fabius, 1956, Tim Tam, 1958; and Forward Pass, 1968, Oxbow becomes Calumet’s first Preakness winner to stand at the farm since Tim Tam.