Artistic has more than 180 registered foals in North America and has 62 sub-2:00 performers with 16 in better than 1:55 for total progeny earnings of more than $2.7million.
Artistic’s fastest foal is Kaa Dee Elmo 1:52.4 and his best money-earner has been Princess Michi 1:53; $323,679.
As a two-year-old Princess Michi won five of her 10 starts including the $122,066 Michigan Sires Stakes Final at Hazel Park, earning $95,487 in her 2YO season.
Artistic is 15.2h dark bay with earnings over $570,000 at a fast 1:50.6.
He’s fertile and ready!
Service Fee: $1500
|Dorothy Hanover||Best Of All|
As a two-year-old Camelot Hall won the $830,798 Metro Pace at Woodbine in a sizzling 1:51.8. He also won a $82,930 division of the Nassagaweya Stakes and a heat of the Governors Cup at Mohawk.
At three he broke the track record in his elimination of the Cane Pace at Freehold in a fast 1:51.2 and also set a new track record at the Meadowlands for a three-year-old colt with a 1:49 in the Jersey Cup.
Camelot Hall’s Australian progeny have inherited many of their sire’s fine qualities.
They have very agreeable natures and are very quick to learn.
Many are natural pacers with a real will to run.
Service Fee: $4000
|Camelot Hall||Blissful Hall||Cambest||Cam Fella|
|Oxford Mary Ann|
|Cirque de Soleil||Laag||Abercrombie|
|Sherry Almahurst||Meadow Skipper|
Camotion was a top-class three-year-old who went on to become one of toughest open class pacers in North America making his lifetime mark of 1:48.6 winning a division of the $85,000 Classic Series at The Meadowlands.
He had blistering gate speed, coming out in 25s at Woodbine then backing off to 29.4s and 28.2s before sprinting away in 27.2s to win in 1:49.4.
He has proven himself on the racetrack and as a sire.
In North America Camotion has more than 400 registered foals which have won $8million.
Camotion has sired 49 sub-1:55 winners and has 18 individual $100,000-plus earners.
Camotion is by the great Cambest (1:46.2; $1,444,835) who is still the fastest pacer ever.
Service Fee: $5000
|Cambest||Cam Fella||Most Happy fella|
|Oxford Mary Ann||Harold J|
|Dancing Diane||Silent Majority||Henry T Adios|
|Dancing Skipper||Meadow Skipper|
|Dins Dee Dee|
Gold Dust Beach is by Jenna’s Beach Boy (1:47.6 $1,972,172) out of an Abercrombie mare, Good As Gold (p3, 1:56.8 ).
He is the fastest son of Jenna’s Beach Boy to stand at stud in Australia.
Good As Gold has had four foals to race for four winners including Oro ( 1:53.6 $225,794) who has had only one foal of racing age, Jersey Dan (p3, 1:50.4 $186,099).
Good As Gold is also the dam of the unraced mare, Grace S, who has had just two foals to race, Miss Grace (1:54.0 $108,916 ) and Devilmaycry (1:55.4 $37,677).
Gold Dust Beach has stamped his foals with strong character and physical strength. We have no doubt that when they get to the track they will make their mark.
Service Fee: $3500
|Gold Dust Beach||Jeanna’s Beach Boy||Beach Towel||French Chef|
|Five O’Clock Cindy||Cam Fella|
|Good As Gold||Abercrombie||Silent Majority|
|T M I||Oil Burner|
Quality Cam is by the outstanding sire Camluck (1:48.8 US$1,003,260) who has produced winners of over US$10 million so far in 2008. He has 355 individual US$100,000 winners and in total, the foals by Camluck have won over US$128 million. He has been North America’s leading stake money sire for 4 consecutive seasons and has produced successful sires such as D M Dilinger, IfIhadyourluck and Northern Luck.Quality Cam’s Dam, How Nice (1:56.0 $207,937US) has left 3 sub 1:55 performers and her progeny have won over $800,000US.
Quality Cam’s Dam, How Nice (1:56.0 US$207,937) has left 3 sub 1:55 performers and her progeny have won over $800,000US.
|Camluck||Cam Fella||Most Happy Fella|
|Lucky Lady||Striking Image|
|Just Our Luck|
|How Nice||By Bye Andy||Bye Bye Byrd|
The Globe was a stakes winner as a two and three-year-old.
At two he won the $100,000 Niatross at the Meadowlands in 1:52.6 running the first half in a blistering 54.8s. At three The Globe won the $225,000 Matron at Dover Downs on a sloppy track in a time of 1:54.
After winning his heat of the Art Rooney, he was first past the post in the $273,983 final at Yonkers, beating the 2003 Triple Crown champion and Horse of the Year, No Pan Intended by a head.
The judges subsequently awarded it to No Pan Intended due to interference during the race that involved The Globe’s stablemate.
From a limited first season The Globe has produced some quality youngsters. They have exceptional conformation and have shown natural athleticism.
Their precocious qualities will certainly be an advantage when they get to the track.
Service Fee: $2000
|Life Sign||Abercrombie||Silent Majority|
|Tabloid||No Nukes||Oil Burner|
This son of Abercrombie is out of a Big Towner mare, Town Sweetheart (1997 Canadian Broodmare of the Year), who has produced two sub-1:50 stallions.
VP Finance has 180 registered foals in North America, VP Finance has proven himself as a sire. So far he has produced 50 in sub-2:00 and 24 sub-1:55 performers with total progeny earnings of more than $2.7million.
He has five foals that have earned more than $100,000 his fastest is VP Power (1:50.6; $168,289).
Other notable offspring of VP Finance are Amazida 1:53 ($189,807), VP Attack Mode 1:53, Banks On Slim 1:53, Mac Jonathan VP 1:53.4 ($177,478), Hoosier GB Diamond 1:53.6 ($140,021), Vinnie’s Finance 1:53.4, Mac Air VP 1:53.4 and Blueridge Finance 1:53.6.
Service Fee: $2500
|Abercrombie||Silent Majority||Henry T Aidos|
|Hobby Horse Tar|
|Tony Sweetheart||Big Towner||Gene Abbe|