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Cheyenne Stables & Candy Meadows Farm

Cheyenne Stables is a racing stable owned by Everett Dobson, home of recent stakes horses: Caleb's Posse, Mystical Star, Cascabella, Counterparty, Composition, French Dip, etc... More about us

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Monday, March 17, 2014
Cheyenne Stables' 3-year-old filly Sustainable earned the second stakes-placing of her career on March 15 with a gallant second-place finish in the $100,000 Cicada S. at Aqueduct...
Cheyenne Stables' 3-year-old filly Sustainable earned the second stakes-placing of her career on March 15 with a gallant second-place finish in the $100,000 Cicada S. at Aqueduct.

Breaking from the rail in the six-furlong affair, Sustainable chased the speedy Inspired Say Eye for the first three furlongs, then engaged her foe at the top of the lane. Sustainable's stablemate Mamdooha joined the fray shortly thereafter, taking advantage of the early-race duel to set up her winning move. Sustainable battled through the lane to dismiss the pacesetter and have something left to hold off a late move by third-place finisher Alpaca Fina.

Sustainable, a daughter of Forestry-Normandy's Nell, trained by Kiaran McLaughlin, also ran second in the $100,000 Dearly Precious S. Feb. 8 at Aqueduct, has finished second in four of five lifetime starts and has earned $99,500 to date.


Normandy's Nell only other foal to race is Culotte, a 5-year-old mare who is a two-time stakes winner. Normandy's Nell is a half-sister to Grade 1 Del Mar Oaks winner Famous Digger.
Wednesday, March 05, 2014
The first Caleb's Posse filly at Candy Meadows Farm foaled March 4, also the birthplace of both the stallion and mare..

The first Caleb's Posse filly at Candy Meadows Farm foaled March 4, also the birthplace of both the stallion and mare.

The filly is out of Truth and Honor, and is the second foal out of the 5-year-old mare. Her first was an Exchange Rate colt born last year. She is scheduled to be bred to Denman this year. Australian bred Denman, an multiple graded stakes winner in his home country, is standing his first season this year at Darley Stud in Kentucky.

Truth and Honor was bred by Everett Dobson and Don McNeill and is out of Dobson and McNeill's stakes-winning mare, Honor the Flag.

To date there have been five Caleb's Posse foals at Candy Meadows Farm:  4 colts and 1 filly.  


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