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Top California sire Unusual Heat is retired from stud duty

Unusual Heat, a 26-year-old thoroughbred stallion who became the leading sire in California progeny, has been retired from stud duty. "He's been remarkable and even in his final season at stud in 2016 managed to get 25 of 30 mares in foal," said Harris Auerbach, managing partner for M. Auerbach,...
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