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Grazen could be a stallion of the future

California's thoroughbred breeding business could use some new stallions considering its star performers are nearing or have passed 20 years old, which makes today's $300,000 Swaps Stakes at Hollywood Park so important.

A potential stallion of the future, Grazen, is a late-developing 3-year-old son of the 18-year-old stalwart stallion Benchmark, and the Grade II Swaps at 1 1/8 miles on the Cushion Track is an ideal test to see what kind of ability Grazen might have for owner-breeder Nick Alexander and trainer Mike Mitchell. Read More

 

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