Harris Farms Stallions on TrueNicks
Written by Ian Tapp | Oct 28, 2010 |
The stallions of Harris Farms, located in Coalinga, California, are now available on TrueNicks.
Grade I winner Swiss Yodeler (TrueNicks,SRO)
is the sire of 23 stakes winners, including Breeders' Cup Sprint winner and Eclipse champion sprinter Thor's Echo. A grade I winner himself, Swiss Yodeler won the Hollywood Futurity (gr. I) and placed in the Malibu Stakes (gr. I). His sire is the regally bred Damascus stallion Eastern Echo, winner of the grade I Futurity Stakes. The dam is the stakes winning Raja Baba mare Drapeau, a full sister to stakes winners Royal Plume and Royal Pennant. Swiss Yodeler is a consistent sire who was California's leading sire in 2006. His runners have earned over $21 million. Swiss Yodeler stands for a $5,000 fee.
Tizbud (TrueNicks,SRO) is a full brother to Horse of the Year and leading sire Tiznow. A winner of the California Cup Classic, and graded stakes-placed in the San Fernando Stakes (gr. III), The son of Cee's Tizzy covered only a small number of mares (seven named foals) in his initial season at stud, but has boomed in popularity following the immense stud success of his brother Tiznow. Tizbud has 47 two-year-olds and 47 yearlings. To date, he has sired multiple stakes winner Tizsosexy, and his starters have earned an average of $18,400 on the racetrack. Also a full brother to Breeders' Cup Classic (gr. I) second Budroyale and Sorrento (gr. II) winner Tizdubai, Tizbud stands for a $2,500 fee.
Multiple graded stakes-placed stakes winner Lucky Pulpit (TrueNicks,SRO) is a son of Pulpit from the family of sires Unbridled's Song and Seattle Song. Produced from the winning Cozzene mare Lucky Soph, Lucky Pulpit is a half brother to sire Drewman. A stakes winner at five furlongs in the Smile Stakes, Lucky Pulpit also placed in the Generous (gr. III) and Santa Catalina Stakes (gr. II). His first crop are two-year-olds of 2010, and he has already sired stakes winner Luckarack and $44,000-earner Desperate Measures. Lucky Pulpit stands for a $2,500 fee.
Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint (video below) winner Desert Code (TrueNicks) began his stud career in 2010. By Mr. Prospector son E Dubai, Desert Code is out of the stakes-winning sprinter Chatta Code, who has produced two other stakes winners. In addition to his Breeders' Cup victory, Desert Code was also a winner of the Baldwin (gr. III) and Affirmed Handicap (gr. III). His first foals will arrive in 2011, and he is available for a $2,000 fee.
Multiple stakes-winning sprinter Stormy Jack (TrueNicks) sired California-bred Horse of the Year Bob Black Jack in his first crop. Bob Black Jack won the Malibu Stakes (gr. I, video below), Sunshine Millions Dash, and placed second in the Santa Anita Derby (gr. I). Stormy Jack showed plenty of promise on the racetrack, breaking his maiden at Del Mar at first asking before taking the 5 ½-furlong I'm Smokin Stakes in his second start. At three, Stormy Jack stretched his speed to one-mile when taking the Oceanside Stakes, again at Del Mar. He was never off the board in nine starts at ages two and three, and as an older horse placed fourth in the seven-furlong San Carlos Handicap (gr. I), beaten only two lengths. By Eclipse champion Bertrando, Stormy Jack is from the immediate family of Shaggy Mane, also by Bertrando, grade I-placed and winner of the Sunshine Millions Filly & Mare Sprint. Stormy Jack stands for a $1,500 fee.
Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. I, video below) winner and $1.7 million earner Singletary (TrueNicks) has first crop three-year-olds, including 2010 stakes winners El Rancho and Spirited Winner. By Hollywood Gold Cup (gr. I) winner Sultry Song, Singletary is out of the Star de Naskra mare Joiski's Star and from the family of grade I winner Voodoo Dancer and graded stakes horses Letgomyecho, Joi'ski, and Ulises. A sire of nine winners to date, Singletary stands for a fee of $1,500.
Graded winner Lucky J. H. (TrueNicks,SRO), by Cee's Tizzy, has first crop foals of 2010. A four-time stakes winner, including the 7 ½-furlong Ack Ack Handicap (gr. III), Lucky J. H. won or placed in nine stakes events while earning over $600,000. Produced from the stakes-placed A.P. Indy mare Lucky C. H., he is from the family of Turf Classic (gr. I) winner Cacoethes, Test Stakes (gr. I) winner Fabulously Fast, and Alabama Stakes (gr. I) winner Careless Jewel. Lucky J. H. offers a similar Cee's Tizzy/Seattle Slew cross as Tiznow and Tizbud, and he stands for a $1,500 fee.