Graded stakes winner Desert Party is no longer owned by Darley after the New York sire was sold to a partnership that is headed up by of co-breeder Stephen Sinatra. The sale means Desert Party will be relocated to Irish Century Farm. order celebrex online
“You never know in this business how things are going to work out, do you?” said Sinatra, who is the Managing Partner of Desert Party’s new ownership group. “Having been one of his breeders, I’ve followed his career closely and am truly excited about being able to stand him and keep him in New York. And I must express my appreciation to Darley for working with us, as I know other offers were also fielded.”
The 2017 stud fee for Desert Party has yet to be announced and most likely won’t be made public until next year. In ten starts for Godolphin, Desert Party won six and earned $2.1 million. A few noteworthy wins include the Sanford Stakes (gr. II), the Derrinstown Stud Elnadim Mahab Al Shimall (UAE-III), and the Gulf News UAE Two Thousand Guineas (UAE-III).
The past three seasons saw Desert Party stand at Sequel Stallions in New York and he was named the leading freshman sire of New York in 2014. He is also listed as a top-ten sire in New York for 2016, and is led by Saharan, winner of two dirt races and owner of a career-high 102 Equibase Speed Figure.