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Traveling Tiger

Candy Ride - Atlantic Voyage, By Stormy Atlantic

Susan Moulton



Bred To

Born 9:30 p.m. on 1/13/2022

Foaling Date

Safari North at Pauls Mill


In foal to WinStar Farm stallion Audible, Traveling Tiger (KY) is a 6-year-old bay daughter of Candy Ride out of the Stormy Atlantic mare Atlantic Voyage. Purchased by Susan Moulton’s Safari North at Pauls Mill Farm for $40,000 at the 2020 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, Traveling Tiger was unplaced in her only two career starts at Penn National in 2019. Traveling Tiger has delivered one foal to date, a chestnut colt by Good Magic, in 2021. Her foal by Audible has an estimated due date of mid- to late January 2022.
Click here for more info about the stallion: Audible — WinStar Farm

Daily Routine

4 quarts of sweet feed twice a day with .5 oz. probiotic and 1 oz. fish oil factor
Alfalfa hay as needed
Free choice water

Blog & Updates


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About the Owner

Susan Moulton

Susan Moulton describes Safari North at Pauls Mill Farm as "a spin-off of my Texas Pin-hooking days at Retama Park." Moulton broke yearlings for several years for Texas, Maryland, and Florida 2-year-old sales, and she still holds her Texas trainer license. Safari North is managed by Debbie First-Ward and assisted by Moulton's husband, former jockey Shane Sellers. They are a small operation on 340 acres in Versailles, Kentucky. There are currently 20 mares in house, but Moulton aims to keep that number under 10 in the future. Moulton believes this farm has served to heal many hearts, and she is excited to open it to the world through Foal Patrol for a second season. "Shane and I were married here Oct. 12, 2020, and celebrated our future near the bust of my two boys, Charlie and Will, whose passing in 2016 and 2007 briefly interrupted my association with the horse business. But a true horseman always comes home, even after such tragedy. So welcome to our small nursery, where dreams are born, as well as foals." — Susan Moulton

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