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Sierra Blanca Equine Adds Stallions to Roster for 2018

Posted on October 30, 2017 at 5:45 PM

RUIDOSO DOWNS, NM—OCTOBER 30, 2017—Sierra Blanca Equine announced today they have added four new stallions to their roster for the 2018 season.

 

The proven sire Jumpn Chic along with first year stallions Maxximuss, Ice On Fire V and Caballo Bonito (TB) will join Winners Version, Tres Seis Nueve, Moon Dynasty and Monterey Jazz (TB).


Jumpn Chic

 

Multiple stakes sire Jumpn Chic will stand the 2018 season at the New Mexico stallion farm for a fee of $1,500, however breeders can take advantage of a January 1st payment in full for $1,250.


From a limited number of starters in eight crops to race, the son of leading sire Chicks Beduino has sired 60 winners, 15 stakes horses (13%), earners of more than $2 million and average earnings per starter of $18,300.


Tee Chic winning the 2015 Grade 3 $410,000 Oklahoma Futurity at Remington Park. © Dustin Orona

His top performers include Tee Chic SI 104 (4 wins to 4, $380,986 Oklahoma Futurity-G2, etc.), A Jordon Reed SI 103 (4 wins at 2, 2017 $215,728 Valley Junction Futurity, etc.), Wh Streakin PIE SI 98 (8 wins to 4, $168,454 Jaguar Rocket S., etc.), Jumpn Streak SI 105 (5 wins to 5, $112,982 Sam Houston Derby Challenge, etc.), My Moment Of Fame SI 105 (7 wins to 4, $105,144 Retama Derby Challenge, etc.), etc.

 

At the track, Jumpn Chic won or placed in 15 of 22 career starts and earned $161,420. He was second in the Grade 1 El Primero Del Ano Derby and Farnam Stakes and third in the Los Alamitos Juvenile Invitational and Sophomore Handicap. He also was a finalist in three other Grade 1 races, the Golden State Million Futurity, Governor's Cup Futurity and Los Alamitos Winter Championship.

 

A Jordon Reed winning the 2017 $289,830 Valley Junction Futurity at Prairie Meadows. © Dustin Orona

Jumpn Chic's dam is the stakes winning First Down Dash mare Imjumpn SI 94 ($56,495), a sister to Grade 1 winner and multiple stakes sire Tac It Like A Man SI 98 ($413,563) and stakes winner Flash First SI 105 ($351,719). She is the dam of 17 ROM, 16 winners, 7 stakes horses including Grade 1 winner Headturner SI 101 ($293,032), RG3 winner and multiple stakes sire Jumpn SI 98 ($187,555), Grade 1-placed Jumpn Chick SI 96 (see above), stakes-placed Urbanite SI 105 ($77,029), Jumpnback SI 97 ($73,158) and Jumpnout SI 94 ($48,788), etc.

 

The second dam is the champion filly and champion producer Jumping Tac Flash SI 106 ($147,065) by Tolltac, a sister to champion and multiple stakes sire Splash Back SI 93 ($135,505). Jumpin Tac Flash is the dam of 14 ROM, 11 winners, 6 stakes horses including Champion and multiple stakes sire Carters Cartel SI 103 ($659,146), Grade 1 winner and multiple stakes sire Tac It Like A Man SI 98 see above), and stakes winner Flash First SI 105 (see above), stakes winner Imjumpn (see above), G1-placed A Tac First SI 997 ($88,793), and stakes-placed Tac Off SI 98.

 

Maxximuss

 

The royally-bred Maxximuss will begin his stallion career in 2018. His fee has been set at $1,250 with a discount to $1,000 if paid in full by January 1.

 

Maxximuss is a half-brother to two AQHA Racing Champions. © Melanie Gentry

Owned by Richard Ford and Fred Sorenson, the son of leading sire and "sire of sires" Corona Cartel broke his maiden in first career start in the Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity trials at Ruidoso Downs.

 

His sire Corona Cartel SI 97 ($557,142) is the sire of 160 stakes winners, 8 champions, with earnings of more than $56 million. His top performers include Blues Girl Too SI 104 (World Champion Racing American QH, $2,032,328, Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity-G1, etc.), Teller Cartel SI 108 (champion, $1,212,471, All American Futurity-G1, etc.), Five Bar Cartel SI 91 (champion, $1,068,825, Ed Burke Million Futurity-G1, etc.), Flying Fig SI 101 (champion, $806,920, 2nd Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity-G1, etc.), etc.

 

Maxximuss winning his trial for the 2015 Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity at Ruidoso Downs. © Gay Harris / Ruidoso Downs

Maxximuss is out of the former Broodmare of the Year Runway Wave SI 105 ($79,183), a stakes-placed daughter of leading broodmare sire Runaway Wave. She is the dam of 28 ROM, 27 winners, 2 AQHA Racing Champions including world champion and multiple stakes sire Wave Carver SI 104 ($1,005,946), three-time champion and multiple stakes sire Ocean Runaway SI 105 ($1,642,498), G1 winner Trish SI 102 ($253,233), and stakes winner Aquafina SI 99 ($188,336), stakes winner Little Surfer SI 104 ($102,749), stakes winner and brother to Maxximuss The Ocean King SI 105 ($96,830), stakes winner Whip Curl SI 96 ($24,853), G1-placed and leading Louisiana sire Sir Runway Dash SI 97 ($120,705), G2-placed Bring The Bling SI 107 ($67,320), stakes-placed Seaside SI 90 ($38,296), etc.


The second dam is the stakes winning Thoroughbred mare In The Curl by Shelter Half, dam of 10 winners including Harbor Beach SI 111 ($129,731-G3), First Down N Surfin SI 97 ($290,681, 3rd All American Futurity-G1), etc. This is the immediate family of AQHA Racing champion Open Me A Corona SI 106 ($929,150), etc.

 

Ice On Fire

 

Ice On Fire will begin his stallion career in 2018. His fee has been set at $1,250 with a discount to $1,000 if paid in full by January 1.

 

Owned by Robert Crowell, the son of leading sire Corona Cartel was finalist in the Grade 3 Oklahoma Derby at Remington Park. He broke his maiden at Ruidoso Downs in a trial for the Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity.

 

Ice On Fire V will begin his stallion career at Sierra Blanca Equine in 2017. © Melanie Gentry

His sire Corona Cartel SI 97 ($557,142) is the sire of 160 stakes winners, 8 champions, with earnings of more than $56 million. His top performers include Blues Girl Too SI 104 (World Champion Racing American QH, $2,032,328, Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity-G1, etc.), Teller Cartel SI 108 (champion, $1,212,471, All American Futurity-G1, etc.), Five Bar Cartel SI 91 (champion, $1,068,825, Ed Burke Million Futurity-G1, etc.), Flying Fig SI 101 (champion, $806,920, 2nd Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity-G1, etc.), etc.

 

Ice On Fire V's dam is the restricted Grade 2 winner Sixy Chamisa SI 104 ($350,095) by Sixes Royal. She won eight of 14 career starts including the New Mexico Classic Futurity [RG2], New Mexico Breeders' Futurity [RG2] and Sunburst Handicap. She was second in the SunRay Park Firecracker Stakes and third in the New Mexico Breeders' S. [RG2].

 

Sixy Chamisa was also a finalist in RG1 Shue Fly, RG1 Zia Futurity, RG1 New Mexico Fillies & Mares Championship. She is the dam of 5 winners, 6 ROM including RG1 Zia Futurity finalist Chamiso James SI 95 ($45,382 at 2), G3-finalist Ice On Fire SI 93 ($12,464), Sixy Hero On Fire SI 97 ($11,220 to 3, 2017), etc.

 

Ice On Fire V winning his trial for the 2015 Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity at Ruidoso Downs. © Gay Harris / Ruidoso Downs

The second dam, Chicks Chamisa SI 98 by Chicks A Blazin, is a half-sister to stakes winners Nathans Rocket SI 98 ($72,297) and Moolahs Crown SI 92 ($47,187). She is the dam of 11 ROM, 10 winners, three stakes horses including RG2 winner Sixy Chamisa Si 104 (see above), RG3 winner Rime Has A Chick SI 122 ($276,544), RG2 winner Me Chickie SI 111 ($233,574), etc.

 

Caballo Bonito (TB)

 

The California-bred Thoroughbred stallion Caballo Bonito will begin his stallion career at Sierra Blanca Equine in 2018. His fee has been set at $1,250 with a discount to $1,000 if paid in full by January 1.

 

Owned by Eva Anderson, Caballo Bonito won or placed in nine races and earned $22,620.

 

Caballo Bonita will stand his first season in 2018.

He is a son of Grade 1 Hollywood Futurity winner Swiss Yodeler ($761,422), by Easter Echo. From 16 crops to race Swiss Yodeler has sired 15 stakes winners, 1 champion, 436 winners with earners of more than $29 million.

 

A major sprint sire, his top performers include Thor's Echo (Champion, $2,461,490 Breeders' Cup Sprint [G1], etc.), River Echo ($400,395, Premier Cup H., etc.), Oberwald ($366,227, Haggin S., etc.), Tilde ($345,060, Keith E. Card California Cup Juvenile Fillies S., etc.), Swiss Current ($294,937, CTBA Marian S., etc.), Swiss Lake Yodeler ($278,608, Golden State Juvenile Fillies S., etc.), Swiss Diva ($240,999, California Breeders' Champion S., etc.), etc.

 

Caballo Bonito is the only foal of In My Life by Byars (by Deputy Minister), a winner of four races and $83,205. The second dam is the Fountain Of Gold mare Fountain Of Life ($35,373), dam of 4 winners including stakes-placed Sra. Mary ($67,859), In My Life (above), Daddy Cat ($17,165) and Glancing ($11,156).

 

For additional information or breeding contracts on all of the Sierra Blanca Equine stallions contact Kim Saunders at 575-378-0043 or 575-430-7084.

SBE Sales Grad Fastest Qualifier Ruidoso Futurity Day 2

Posted on June 3, 2015 at 5:45 PM

Good Luck in the Ruidoso Futurity to MEMPHIS D NASTY fastest qualifier on Day 2. She was sales prepped by Sierra Blanca Equine.  We will be there to cheer her on in the finals!  



Sale Graduate Qualifies to the NM Spring Futurity!

Posted on March 13, 2015 at 3:15 PM

Thunderboldandlightn, sale graduate of SBE, qualifies to the New Mexican Spring Futurity!

First Foal Is Here!

Posted on January 6, 2015 at 8:40 PM

First one of the year!! Magnificent Melody filly by Soldat. Here we go!!


Moon Dynasty, a ¾-Brother to Leading Sire First Moonflash, To Stand at Sierra Blanca Equine

Posted on December 2, 2014 at 7:40 PM

Moon Dynasty, a ¾-Brother to Leading Sire First Moonflash, To Stand at Sierra Blanca Equine

RUIDOSO DOWNS, NM—DECEMBER 2, 2014—Moon Dynasty, a graded stakes-placed ¾ brother to leading first-and-second crop sire First Moonflash, will begin his stallion career in 2015 at Sierra Blanca Equine, near Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico. His fee has been set at $1,250, with consideration.

 

Owned-and-raced by Valle Guadiana Corporation, Moon Dynasty won or placed in 10 races while earning $80,211. He was second in the Grade 3 West Texas Derby and a finalist in the All American Juvenile Invitational.

 

A son of champion and leading sire FDD Dynasty, Moon Dynasty is a half-brother to AQHA Racing Champion Aged Stallion First Moonflash, who won or placed in 18 of 25 starters while earning $969,828. He broke multiple track records while racing and still holds the AQHA World Record and Sunland Park Track Record of :20.273 seconds at 440 yards, a 122 speed index.

 

First Moonflash was the leading first crop sire in 2013 and is currently the leading second crop sire this year. He has sired 54 winners, 17 stakes horses(15%), and earners of $4.9 million with AE per starter of more than $42,200. The young sire got an All American Futurity(G1) and All American Derby(G1) winner in his first crop to race.

 

First Moonflash and Moon Dynasty are both sired by champion sons of all-time leading sire First Down Dash.

 

Moon Dynasty is out of the stakes-placed champion producing Major Rime mare Nagano Moon, a half-sister to G2 winner and stakes sire Moon Shake SI 97 ($208,017). Nagano Moon is the dam of 11 ROM, 11 winners that include champion First Moonflash SI 122 (see above), G2 winner Dash Ta Moon SI 108 ($352,305), Rainbow Futurity-G1 runner-up Vancouver Moon SI 94 ($350,719), RG2 winner Moonifisant SI 99 ($192,360 to 3, 2014), stakes winner Full Moon Dash SI 114 ($123,761), stakes winner Mesa Moonlight SI 102 ($29,380), etc.

 

For additional information or breeding contracts call Kim Saunders at 575-378-0043 or 575-430-7084.


Graded Stakes Winner Van Zant to New Mexico for 2015

Posted on November 18, 2014 at 5:00 PM

Graded Stakes Winner Van Zant to New Mexico for 2015

 

RUIDOSO DOWNS, NM—Grade 3 stakes winner Van Zant SI 109 will stand the 2015 season at Sierra Blanca Equine, near Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico. His 2015 fee has been set at $1,250 with special consideration to approved mares.

 

Owned and raced by Harvey Baeza of Odessa, Texas, Van Zant won or placed in 15 races, earning $133,950. He won the RG3 Manuel Lujan Stakes, Animas Stakes, was second in the Ruidoso Juvenile Invitational and third in the All American Gold Cup(G2), Mr Jet More Handicap(G3) and All American Juvenile Invitational. He was also a finalist to the Grade 3 Sunland Park Winter Derby.

 

Van Zant, under jockey Esgar Ramirez, winning the $50,000 Animas Stakes at SunRay Park. © Coady Photography

He is a son of champion Hawkinson, the sire of 341 winners, 34 stakes winners, 33 stakes-placed, 1 champion, earners of $10.1 million with average earnings per starter of more than $18,000. His top performers include two-time champion Strawkins SI 108 ($614,156), G1 winner Sixish SI 114 ($530,505), G3 winner Sparky E Boy SI 111 ($352,224), Grade 1 winner Starlet Hawk SI 110 ($250,714), Grade 3 winner Bf Farm Boy SI 106 (10 wins to 6, 2014, $236,255), etc.

 

Van Zant is out of the G1 Rainbow Futurity finalist Pretty Jet High, by On A High, who is the dam of 14 ROM including stakes winner Van Zant SI 109, stakes-placed Ought To Be Higher SI 104 ($65,717), stakes-placed G1 finalist Loved Her First SI 92 ($36,502) and stakes-placed The Palm SI 91 ($11,787). She is the granddam of RG3 winner Chicks A Dashin SI 116 ($168,791), RG3-placed Iseeyoustaring SI 95 ($90,717), etc.

 

The second dam is a G1 stakes-placed daughter of leading broodmare sire Easy Jet and a sister to AQHA Racing Champion 2-Year-Old Colt Megahertz SI 103 ($160,773), stakes winner Pedigree Perfect SI 108, stakes-placed Cavi Tron SI 99 ($75,292) and half-sister to stakes winner Mr Top Tex SI 105 ($29,154), etc. This is the family of Grade 3 winner Omnii Plex SI 105 ($68,194) stakes-placed Cashing In On Cash SI 111 ($59,850), etc.

 

For additional information or breeding contracts call Kim Saunders at 575-378-0043.


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