Daylon Magician, the richest son of sire, Kadabra, will be standing stud duty for 2018 at Mac Lilley Farms, in Dutton, Ontario.
After making almost $2 Million dollars racing, Daylon Magician has now proven that he can pass on those great trotting abilities to his offspring.
From six foals he has produced five starters that include: Scene A Magician 1:57.2s ($120,692) and Gisele Treelane 1:55.3s ($81,883).
Daylon Magician was plagued with fertility issues early in his breeding career. After a two-year vacation, these fertility issues look to be a thing of the past.
His semen was evaluated by Plante Veterinary Services in 2017.
Their comment was. “Everything is in the normal range for semen obtained from a fertile stallion.”
Owners, Dave and Mary Lemon, of Komoka, Ontario, raised and campaigned Daylon Magician throughout his two and three-year-old career. As a two-year-old, he won in the OSS Gold Division and concluded the year with an impressive come-from-behind victory in the $300,000 Super final in 1:55.3s.
His victories include seven OSS Gold events, the Canadian Breeders Championship (in a career best of 1:52.3), the Goodtimes consolation, and the coveted $1 million Canadian Trotting Classic against the best of his class in North America.
Daylon Magician’s service fee for 2018 will be $4,000.
Jack Moiseyev drove Daylon Magician for most of his races. If you have any questions about Daylon Magician talk to Jack because:
“If there’s anything you need to know, just ask Jackie Mo.”
(Mac Lilley Farms)