When Stuart Grant isn’t working as an attorney and hedge fund manager or contributing to numerous philanthropic endeavors, he finds his “happy place” in horses. After buying his first racehorse in 2002, Grant’s influence in the industry has grown to include two separate facilities: C-Dog Farm in Chesapeake City, Md., home to his breeding operation, andContinue reading “Stuart Grant Finds His Happy Place Among Horses: A MarketWatch Interview”
Grant Jumps into the Fray Early at Fasig-Tipton July… The action had barely gotten rolling at Monday’s Fasig-Tipton July Breeding Stock session when Stuart Grant of The Elkstone Group went to $150,000 for Hip 421, a daughter of Too Much Bling out of stakes winner Kimbell’s Prada (Authenticate). The bid represented the third-highest price of theContinue reading “Grant and Elkstone Group Jump into the Fray Early at Fasig-Tipton July”
Suzanne and Stuart Grant of Delaware celebrating Monomoy Girl’s second Breeder’s Cup Distaff win. Monomoy Girl, trained by Brad Cox, was owned by Elkstone Group (Stuart Grant – Delaware), Monomoy Stables, Michael Dubb, and Bethlehem Stables.
In what may have been the final race of her career, Monomoy Girl left no doubt concerning the discussion of top female thoroughbred in the United States.
After breaking from the outside No. 10 post position and racing three-wide in both turns, Monomoy Girl rallied down the stretch to win Saturday’s $2 million, Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Distaff at Keeneland. “She’s a mare of a lifetime, very rare,” Geroux said. “It’s like finding a diamond.”
Monomoy Girl continues to impress her trainer Brad Cox as she prepares for his second start in the race. “She’s good, really good,” Cox said. “She’s as good as she’s ever been honestly.”