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Stronach Stables

Stronach Stables is the North American racing arm of prominent Thoroughbred horse racing owner and breeder, Frank Stronach.

The Stronach racing operation has owned and raced notable Thoroughbreds Glorious Song, Touch Gold and Giacomo in partnership with others. Among Stonach wholly-owned horses, Ghostzapper won several major races including the 2004 Breeders' Cup Classic, was voted the Eclipse Award for Horse of the Year, and named the World's Top Ranked Horse for 2004.

In Canada, Frank Stronach/Stronach Stables has won the Sovereign Award for Outstanding Owner nine times. In the United States, Stronach earned the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Owner in 1998, 1999, and 2000.

In 2000, Frank Stronach won the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Breeder. He subsequently established Adena Springs Farms which owns horse breeding farms in Kentucky, Florida and Canada and won the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Breeder in 2004, 2005 and 2006.

Stronach Stables is a finalist for the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Owner for 2008.

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Selected major race wins

Canadian Triple Crown Races

  • Royal Challenger : (Breeders' Stakes - 2006)

United States Triple Crown Races

Breeders' Cup races

References




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