Midlantic stallions: E Dubai looks to keep momentum moving from Pennsylvania to Maryland

by Patrick Reed 4 years ago

E Dubai, runaway leader of Pennsylvania’s sire list in 2012 and second to the late Rockport Harbor in 2013, has kept up his momentum after moving to Maryland for the 2014 breeding season. The 16-year-old son of Mr. Prospector tops the state’s general sire list through May 4 with more than $1 million in progeny earnings, over $150,000 ahead of Maryland’s stalwart sire Not For Love. Both stallions stand at Northview Stallion Station’s Maryland division in Chesapeake City, for $5,000 and $15,000, respectively.

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