Three Chimneys Continues Offering Free TrueNicks
Written by email@example.com | Sep 23, 2009 |
Three Chimneys Farm in Kentucky has renewed their TrueNicks subscription for all 11 of their stallions.
Few stallions have had the kind of success in the past decade as [Dyaformer]. Barbaro, Lucarno, Perfect Drift, Riskaverse, Starrer, Film Maker and Purim are all among his 18 career group/grade I winners. And he’s certainly not slowing down as he has four group/grade I winners in three different countries in 2009 alone, among them Gozzip Girl and German classic winner Wiener Walzer.
Sky Mesa (TrueNicks,SRO)
is another success story for Three Chimneys. The grade I-winning son of Pulpit was the top ranked second crop sire of 2008 and ranks behind only Empire Maker on this year’s third crop chart.
Breeders’ Cup Mile (gr. I) winner War Chant (TrueNicks,SRO)
has quietly become a very good international racehorse sire. He’s got a group I juvenile winner this year in Kingsfort, who is just one of his 25 career stakes winners (7% from foals).
Exchange Rate (TrueNicks,SRO)
and Yes It's True (TrueNicks,SRO) began their careers in Florida before graduating to Three Chimneys and both are consistent sources of top flight runners. Exchange Rate is the sire of 11 stakes winners in 2009, while Yes It’s True already has a pair of juvenile stakes winners to his credit this year and ranks 20th on the General Sire List.
Three Chimneys is home to two of the more popular runners of the 2000’s in dual classic winners Smarty Jones (TrueNicks,SRO)
and Big Brown (TrueNicks,SRO). The former is the sire multiple graded winner Backtalk, one of the top juvenile colts in the U. S., from his second crop. Big Brown lost only once in his stellar career, and his ability to excel on both turf and dirt makes him an ideal stallion prospect. He will be standing his second year in 2010.
Point Given (TrueNicks,SRO)
is another popular dual classic winner in the Three Chimneys stud barn. The son of Thunder Gulch has proven more than useful, particularly with his runners on the all-weather, siring the likes of multiple champion Sealy Hill and the grade I winners Go Between and Point Ashley.
The Three Chimneys roster is rounded out by the Lewis Michael (TrueNicks,SRO) (also standing his second season in 2010), a son of Three Chimneys' longtime stalwart Rahy; Flower Alley (TrueNicks,SRO)
who will be the first grade I winner by Distorted Humor with runners when his first crop hit the races next spring and Good Reward (TrueNicks,SRO)
, a grade I-winning full brother to Pure Prize, who will also have his first crop debut next year.