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Update: February 21, 2022 at 2:32 pm
Mountain Springs Ranch in Palmyra, PA announced the arrival of Tight Ten’s first pony (Tapit–Devils Humor, of Distorted Humor), who stood his first season there in 2021. He is the three-quarter brother of Winstar Farm’s Organization (Tapit). Bay filly is also the first pony of the GISW Colonial Colony’s half-sister.
Rich Miller, owner of Mountain Springs, said: ‘She looks exactly like her male. “And we have a lot more of the Tight Ten due in the next few weeks.”
The stallion stands at the 200-acre Mountain Springs Ranch, just five miles south of Penn National Raceway, with a fee of $2,500 for a live foal. Multiple mares discounts are available and PA-Bred stallions bred by stallions based in Pennsylvania are eligible for the new $600,000 Stallion Stakes Series.