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Henny Hughes Relocating to Australia

Henny Hughes, who has sired 18 stakes horses, has been sold to Robert and Jody Gray's Rangeview Stud, located in Bullsbrook, Western Australia. He will stand for Aus$7,700 this year.

Nine-year-old Henny Hughes (Hennessy—Meadow Flyer, by Meadowlake) formerly stood at Sheikh Mohammed's Darley near Lexington. He had shuttled to Darley Kelvinside in Australia.

Henny Hughes has sired seven stakes winners including last year's Sapling Stakes (gr. II) winner She Digs Me. Henny Hughes' career progeny earnings are more than $6.1 million.


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His $7700 AUS fee seems like a bargain (about 7900 US).

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