Florida’s Best First Year Stallion Valiant minister at the top of Baoma Corp’s list of stallions. at Bridlewood Farm, near Ocala, Fla., at $ 5,000 for next year, the owner / breeder announced Nov. 15.
The 8 year old son of Ride candy tops the first-year stallion rankings thanks in large part to the performance of his double stallion winner Disappointed , which won the FTBOA Florida Sire Susan’s Girl Stakes and Florida Sire My Dear Girl Stakes. Raised by Baoma and raced by LNJ Foxwoods, Outfoxed is bred from Kantharos Stakes winner Savingtime and made $ 372,000 this year.
Baoma’s roster for next year also includes half-brothers Tunwoo and Chitu , which is part of AP Indy winner and tiered update producer, Sea Gift.
Tunwoo, a 6 year old son of Oro Medal and a 2022 freshman stallion will cost $ 4,000 next year. His first yearlings this year were well received, with his bestseller going to Karl and Cathi Glassman for $ 85,000 at the October Yearling Sale of Stuart Morris ‘Ocala Breeders’ Consignment Sales. Coach Eddie Plesa signed the ticket on behalf of the Glassmans for the filly who is a half-sister to Outfoxed.
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Tunwoo’s seven October OBS yearlings cost an average of $ 34,357, which was the highest average among Florida-based sires represented for sale. The stallion is standing for $ 4,000 next year.
Chitu , a 10-year-old son of Henny Hughes, is one of Florida’s top five third-generation sires with 34 career winners, including one Stakes winner foreman and the winners of the bets Lugamo and Red windy city . Chitu’s fees remain at $ 3,500 for 2022.
An unbeaten 2-year-old Chitu has won or placed four out of five starts at 3. He finished second in the Robert B. Lewis Stakes (G2) and won the 1 1/8 mile Sunland Derby (G3) (G3) clocking 1: 47.88, the third fastest time in Stakes history, before heading into the Kentucky Derby Presented by Yum! Brands (G1), where he finished in the middle of the pack. Chitu also won the Damascus Stakes before finishing third in the Malibu Stakes (G1). He retired with $ 597,800 in earnings.
Sea Gift is the winner of the 3rd year Ocean Queen, who set a record 1 1/8 miles at 1: 47.80 in the Bay Meadows Breeders’ Cup Derby (G3T). Besides Chitu and Tunwoo, the mare also produced a Stakes and Baoma breed winner. Nice gift , who won this year’s Santa Ysabel Stakes (G3) and finished second in the Santa Anita Oaks (G2).
Baoma Stallions at Bridlewood Farm Stud Fees
|Standard||Fresh 2022||Fresh 2021|
|Valiant minister||$ 5,000||$ 3,000|
|Tunwoo||$ 4000||$ 2,500|
|Chitu||$ 3,500||$ 3,500|