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'Where Does Curlin Go Next?'

Public Poll Asks What's Next For Horse of the Year

LEXINGTON, Ky., July 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Curlin, 2007 Horse of the Year, is currently training in Saratoga, New York after a successful test on a grass course where he came in second. During the downtime, Jess Jackson -- majority owner of Curlin, wants to know, "Where do you think Curlin should go next?"

"It became obvious this weekend at Belmont Park that Curlin is not only a hero to me and my family but also to thousands of fans," said Mr. Jackson. "With so many people supporting Curlin and his future I wanted to ask the public where they think Curlin should go next."

The poll will be active on http://www.stonestreetfarms.com/ from July 16 to July 30, 2008 and will ask:

Where should Curlin go next?

A. Turf Campaign

B. Dirt Campaign

C. Synthetic Surface Campaign

D. Retire

"Curlin is a true world class champion. He continues to race at the age of four years old and stands as an inspiration and fresh change for the industry," said Mr. Jackson.

Fans, press and industry peers are encouraged to vote online. Results from the survey will be posted on http://www.stonestreetfarms.com/ on July 31, 2008.

About Stonestreet Farms

Owned by Jess Stonestreet Jackson, Stonestreet Farms currently races several dozen thoroughbreds through Stonestreet Stables and maintains a broodmare band of over 100 in its breeding operation. Stonestreet Stables is the majority owner of Curlin, 2007 Horse of the Year. Together with his wife Barbara Banke, Jackson is also the founder and owner of the world-class Kendall-Jackson Winery.


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