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Ontario Thoroughbred Gives Advantages Of Using Foldable Stool For Cleaning Horses

If you do a lot of entertaining in your home, it’s obviously advantageous to keep as many seating options on hand as you possibly can. There are a few problems that often present themselves however. First of all, storage can be a big problem when it comes to additional pieces that you only bring out when needed. Actually finding the room necessary to comfortably place everything is another! With all of that in mind, it makes sense to opt for something highly manageable like a portable foldable stool.

With foldable stools, you’ll have some clear advantages over many other portable seating options. First of all, it’s going to be easy to store them away in a closet, under a guest room bed, or an unused corner. You’ll also be able to set them up easily since they take up a lot less space than the likes of folding chairs. A lot of the awkwardness that comes from spare seats that are crammed into existing spaces at odd angles can be avoided altogether!

All considered, you should definitely opt for a portable stool or two when gathering spare seating for your home. They work incredibly well for workshops or garages as well, and they’re considerably more comfortable than you may assume.

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Frac Daddy’s First Mare Checked In Foal

Park Stud, which stands first-year Ontario sire, Frac Daddy, has confirmed that the six-year old had a perfect start to his stud career by getting his first mare in foal.

Itstartswithadream has been confirmed in foal to Frac Daddy after being bred on February 14. Itstartswithadream is the dam of 7 winners from 8 starters including 3 stakes performers.

A multiple Graded stakes winner, Frac Daddy’s began his career with a 9 3/4 length maiden victory at Churchill Downs, followed up by a second in the Grade 2 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes. His biggest win came in the Grade 2 Eclipse Stakes at Woodbine, he also won the Grade 3 Ben Ali over Keeneland’s Polytrack and was 2nd in the Grade 1 Arkansas Derby.

By the deceased leading sire Scat Daddy out of Skipper’s Mate by Skip Away, Frac Daddy is owned by Carter Stewart’s Magic City Thoroughbreds and was trained by Kenny McPeek.

Frac Daddy is standing for a $4,000 stud fee this year at Park Stud. For more information on Frac Daddy and Park Stud’s other stallions, click here.

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