Former Overbrook Farm stallion manager Eduardo Terrazas, left, and bloodstock adviser Ric Waldman admired 29-year-old Storm Cat last Wednesday. The stallion was pensioned from stud duties in 2008 because of declining fertility, but his impact on the breed continues. Photo by Alicia Wincze
Former Overbrook Farm stallion manager Eduardo Terrazas, left, and bloodstock adviser Ric Waldman admired 29-year-old Storm Cat last Wednesday. The stallion was pensioned from stud duties in 2008 because of declining fertility, but his impact on the breed continues. Photo by Alicia Wincze Lexington Herald-Leader
Former Overbrook Farm stallion manager Eduardo Terrazas, left, and bloodstock adviser Ric Waldman admired 29-year-old Storm Cat last Wednesday. The stallion was pensioned from stud duties in 2008 because of declining fertility, but his impact on the breed continues. Photo by Alicia Wincze Lexington Herald-Leader

Storm Cat legacy better with age

January 31, 2012 12:00 AM

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