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Shichinohe Stallion Station

Shichinohe Stallion Station is a Japanese thoroughbred horse farm located in Aomori Prefecture. Operated by the Japan Bloodhorse Breeders' Association (JBBA), it is located in Shichinohe.

It is the current home of two thoroughbred stallions including:

  • Sunningdale

Shaazi was also stationed in Shichinohe until his death in January 2008.

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