Rosberg, a son of A.P. Indy from Bosra Sham, by Woodman, made $1.5 million as a yearling at Keeneland September in 2002. Purchased for the account of Sheikh Mohammed, Rosberg won 1 of 2 starts at 2 in the US, was unraced at 3 and 4, and made 10 starts at 5, 6, and 7 in the United Arab Emirates, where he won 3 starts, including a rich handicap at Nad Al Sheba last year. He was then sold by the sheikh’s Darley to Swift Farms, based at Hastings Park in British Columbia. For Swift, the horse won a Grade 3 race at Hastings last year and is now at stud in Canada at Canmor Farms in British Columbia, where he stands for Can$4,000 as the property of Swift.
Rosberg is one of many ex-Darley runners who’ve seen action at Hastings for Swift. Click here to read the article from Daily Racing Form.