- Published: January 2021
- Written by Cindy Deubler
Maryland’s stallion roster increased by 23 for the 1971 breeding season, bringing the number standing in the state to 205.
The most expensive new arrivals at $3,500 live foal were stakes sires National (by Nashua), standing at Woodstock Farm, and former Virginia stallion Tambourine (by *Princequillo), at Helmore Farm. The latter won the Irish Sweeps Derby in course record time.