OTTB: Stormy Lord
When Woodbine jockey Justin Stein announced his retirement from riding on May 1 to return to his home province of British Columbia, there were plenty of the usual arrangements to make to move his family of six and all their possessions. There were also several animal transports needed, including one for a special member of his family, the millionaire racehorse Stormy Lord. Stormy Lord was adopted by Stein, 36, in 2013 when the chestnut son of Stormy Atlantic—Lady Auchamore, by Meadowlake was brought back to Canada by former trainer Ian Black after being claimed from Kinghaven Farms and Hat Trick Stable by Ken and Sarah Ramsay. Stormy was not as popular when he was a yearling. He went unsold at the Keeneland September yearling sale in 2008 when bids did not go higher than $10,000. That was a huge missed opportunity for prospective buyers and the speedy gelding went on…
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