From: PaulickReport.com

Kipling, who sired 2007 Breeders’ Cup Mile winner Kip Deville, will relocate from Crestwood Farm in Kentucky to Oklahoma for 2013 in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock.

From: PaulickReport.com

A deal has been brokered by Schumer Bloodstock and Bradley Thoroughbred Brokerage to send successful stallion Latent Heat from Woods Edge Farm in Kentucky to River Oaks Farm in Oklahoma.

From: Racingpost.com

Rising Moon, who ran placed in two renewals of the Grade 1 Suburban Handicap, has been sold to stand in Jamaica in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer Bloodstock.

The dual stakes-winning son of Runaway Groom will stand at Bombay Stud Farm alongside this year's earlier acquisition Taqarub, a Grade 3-winning son of Aldebaran.

From: Thoroughbredtimes.com

Oratory, a Grade 2-winning son of Pulpit, has been relocated to stand at Mike Grossman's Eureka Thoroughbred Farm in Fredericksburg, Texas, for the 2012 breeding season. His fee has been set at $3,500. Oratory previously stood at Country Life Farm in Maryland.

From: Thoroughbredtimes.com

Like so many who grew up in the Derby City, better known as Louisville, bloodstock agent Chad Schumer became a racing fan at an early age. “My grandmother liked to gamble so she took me to the racetrack when I was a little kid; I just kind of got interested in horses,” he said.

Unlike similar young recruits, Schumer bypassed many steps and went straight into business as a bloodstock agent after college in 1993. Two decades later, he has a thriving Louisville based agency that specializes in both global and regional markets. “I went to the University of Louisville for the equine business program and made a lot of contacts there,” he said. “I had some friends who had horses in partnerships.