Pleasant Acres Stallions is pleased to announce the 2022 stallion fees for Amira’s Prince, Bellavia, Breaking Lucky, Bucchero, Curlin’s Honor, Gone Astray, Gunnevera, Handsome Mike, Leinster, Long On Value, Neolithic, No Never No More, and Sweetontheladies.
(Teofilo (IRE) / Twice The Ease (GB), by Green Desert)
2009 Bay / Entered Stud: 2016 / 2022 Fee: $2,500
Amira’s Prince is the only Teofilo stallion standing in the U.S. A $250,000 yearling, he has produced $657,338 in progeny earnings to date, with 13 winners, including Sister Otoole, second in the Grade 3 Maple Leaf Stakes; and Galileta, third in the Emerald Distaff Handicap.
(Honor Code / Glacken’s Gal, by Smoke Glacken)
2017 Bay / Enters Stud: 2022 / 2022 Fee: $2,500
Bellavia is the only Honor Code stallion standing in Florida. With an exceptional pedigree that includes an exemplary female line, Bellavia is an exciting addition for Florida breeders. His first dam, Glacken’s Gal, won the $100,000 Astoria Stakes, and went on to become a successful broodmare, producing Grade 2 winner Live Lively, earner of $280,000, and Indian Miss, dam of millionaire champion male sprinter and multiple Grade 1 winner Mitole and Grade 1 winner Hot Rod Charlie. His second dam, Lady Diplomat, produced $1 million in progeny earnings including three black type winners. His third dam, Mercedes Miss, is the dam of stakes-winner Missme. His fourth dam, Kermis, produced 11 winners from 13 starters and more than $1.2 million in progeny earnings, including two black type winners and one black type-placed runner.
(Lookin at Lucky / Shooting Party, by Sky Classic)
2012 Chestnut / Entered Stud: 2020 / 2022 Fee: $5,000
Breaking Lucky is the only Lookin at Lucky stallion standing in Florida. Breaking Lucky is a graded stakes-winning and multiple Grade 1-placed millionaire who won at 6 1/2 furlongs to over a mile with triple-digit Beyer speed. At three, Breaking Lucky broke his maiden sprinting 6 1/2 furlongs in his second start, before stretching out to win the 2015 Prince of Wales Stakes – the second leg of Canada’s Triple Crown. He won the 2016 G3 Seagram Cup Stakes and placed in the G1 Clark Handicap, G1 Whitney Stakes, and G1 Stephen Foster Handicap. Lookin at Lucky is the sire of 15 Grade 1 winners including Accelerate, Country House, Look Pen, Wow Cat, El Picaro, etc. Breaking Lucky’s first crop are yearlings of 2022.
(Kantharos / Meetmeontime, by General Meeting)
2012 Chestnut / Entered Stud: 2019 / 2022 Fee: $5,000
Bucchero is the only Kantharos stallion standing in Florida. After covering 372 mares in his first three seasons at stud, Bucchero will continue to stand for $5,000 in 2022. The excitement generated by one of the most popular new stallions in Florida in recent memory carried over into the sales ring, as his first-crop yearlings proved popular. After posting solid results in the OBS January sale – featuring a $45,000 short yearling bought by Morris Bloodstock – the momentum continued into the fall Keeneland and OBS sales, with a filly out of Sliver of Hope selling to Albert Davis for $75,000 at the OBS October sale. Overall, his 12 yearlings sold this fall averaged $32,417, more than five times his advertised stud fee. Bucchero’s first crop are 2-year-olds of 2022.
(Curlin / Franscat, by Stormin Fever)
2015 Chestnut / Entered Stud: 2021 / 2022 Fee: $2,500
Curlin’s Honor bred 68 mares his first season. A son of Curlin, he was a $475,000 yearling and a $1.5-million 2-year-old. Trained by Mark Casse, he was in the money in 12 of 17 starts. A graded stakes-placed black type winner, he won the $100,000 Woodstock Stakes and the $150,000 Artie Schiller Stakes. He placed second in the $100,000 Paradise Creek Stakes, the $125,000, G3 Ontario Derby, and the $175,000, G2 King Edward Stakes. He was third in the $175,000, G2 Connaught Cup Stakes, the $175,000, G2 Play the King Stakes, the $125,000, G3 Jacques Cartier Stakes, and the $125,000, G3 Bold Venture Stakes. Curlin’s Honor’s first foals arrive in 2022.
(Dixie Union / Illicit, by Mr. Prospector)
2006 Dark Bay / Entered Stud: 2012 / 2022 Fee: $2,500
Gone Astray is the only Dixie Union stallion standing in Florida. He is a multiple graded stakes winner of $1.1 million who entered into stud in 2012 and has been a prolific and consistent producer and perennial top 10 Florida sire with nearly $13 million in progeny earnings to date. He has 179 winners including one champion, one Grade 1 winner, two graded stakes winners, and 10 black type winners. The sire of Three Rules – who swept the Florida Sire Stakes Series by a combined 22 1/2 lengths and won the G3 Carry Back Stakes and second in the G2 Swale Stakes; Noble Drama won the FTBOA Silver Charm Florida Sire Stakes, the FTBOA Florida Sire Wildcat Heir Stakes, the Sunshine Millions Classic, and the Sheer Drama Stakes, and was ranked the sixth 2-year-old female by North American Earnings in 2017; Shifty She, who won the Powder Break Stakes, the Ginger Punch Stakes and the G3 Noble Damsel Stakes; and Gaivina (BRZ), who won the G1 Grande Premio Diana. Gone Astray is also the sire of Pregonera – champion 3-year-old filly in Venezuela.
(Dialed In / Unbridled Rage, by Unbridled)
2014 Chestnut / Entered Stud: 2021 / 2022 Fee: $6,000
Gunnevera is the only Dialed In son standing at stud anywhere in the world and was the top first-year sire in Florida in 2021 with 105 mares bred. He is the highest earner on the track to ever stand in Florida with earnings of $5,561,800 – averaging $264,848 per start. Gunnevera is by G1 Florida Derby and G3 Holy Bull Stakes winner Dialed In. With more than $26 million in progeny earnings to date, Dialed In has produced 36 black type horses, 19 graded stakes horses, 15 black type winners, and 2 Grade 1 winners. Gunnevera is out of Unbridled Rage, by leading sire Unbridled, who earned $4,489,474 and won the G1 Florida Derby, the G1 Kentucky Derby, and the G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic. Gunnevera’s first foals arrive in 2022.
(Scat Daddy / Classic Strike, by Smart Strike)
2009 Dark Bay / Entered Stud: 2015 / 2022 Fee: $2,500
Handsome Mike is by perennial leading North American Sire Scat Daddy. Handsome Mike finished first, second or third in nine stakes – eight graded – at distances from six furlongs to 1 1/8 miles, on dirt and turf, while earning $1,005,413. He is the sire of 66 winners from 95 runners through his fourth crop with lifetime progeny earnings to date of $3,826,803. He has six stakes-placed runners, including Here Comes Jackie (6 wins, $291,085) and Naughty Me (5 wins, $140,271). He is also sire of Running for Riz, (4 wins and winner by 3 lengths at Gulfstream Park with 4 1/2 furlongs in :51.68, four-fifths of a second off the course record, $181,322); Sir Seamus (6 wins, $158,510); and John’s Promise (6 wins, $130,743).
(Majestic Warrior / Vassar, by Royal Academy)
2015 Bay / Enters Stud: 2022 / 2022 Fee: $5,000
Leinster is the only Majestic Warrior stallion standing in Florida. He is a four-time graded stakes winner with a 6-6-5 record from 24 starts. He is a half-brother to two-time Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint winner Stormy Liberal. Leinster won the G3 Troy Stakes where he set a track record covering 5 1/2 furlongs on the Mellon Turf in 1:00.23. He went on to set a Keeneland course record of 5 1/2 furlongs in 1:00.86 in the $150,000, G2 Shakertown Stakes. At five, Leinster added to his impressive resume by winning the $150,000, G2 Woodford Stakes and in his final campaign, won the $100,000, G3 Gulfstream Park Turf Sprint Stakes.
Long On Value
(Value Plus / Long Message, by Orientate)
2011 Bay / Entered Stud: 2019 / 2022 Fee: $2,500
Long On Value is a Grade 1 winner and multiple graded stakes-winning millionaire who earned seven triple-digit Beyers throughout his career. He campaigned in the U.S., Canada, England, and Dubai. He won eight stakes, including the G1 Highlander, the G2 Twilight Derby, and the G3 Canadian Turf. He was second in the G1 Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai. Long On Value was a versatile athlete who won on dirt and turf, going short and long. He finished in the top four in 22 races – 12 graded. Long On Value’s first crop are 2-year-olds of 2022.
(Harlan’s Holiday / Swingit, by Victory Gallop)
2013 Dark Bay/ Entered Stud: 2018 / 2022 Fee: $5,000
Neolithic is the only Harlan’s Holiday son standing in Florida. Neolithic’s first crop has produced one black type winner and two black type-placed runner in 2021. His 2-year-olds have averaged 6.5 times his published stud fee and have sold for $130,000, $120,000, $82,000, etc. His first crop has proven to be precocious with three of his top five runners won in maiden special weight company and the other two won $50,000 maiden claimers in their first try. Make It Big – a $120,000 OBS 2-year-old purchase – won the Ocala Stud Juvenile Sprint Stakes three weeks after breaking his maiden. Cattin – third in the FTBOA Florida Sire In Reality Stakes – also broke his maiden in his first try, as did Stone Beauty – a $130,000 purchase at the OBS Spring Sale of 2-year-olds in Training. Splenda Gail – a $70,000 OBS June 2-year-olds in training purchase, and El Profe, both won in their first try. Neolithic’s first crop are 2-year-olds of 2022.
No Never No More
(Scat Daddy / Whostheclownnow, by Tiznow)
2015 Dark Bay / Entered Stud: 2019 / 2022 Fee: $2,500
No Never No More is a three-quarters brother to Grade 1 winner and leading European first-crop sire (2018) No Nay Never – who in six starts had four wins and two seconds. He won the G2 Norfolk Stakes and the G1 Darley Prix Morny. The champion European first-crop sire of 2018 and sire of a champion from that crop, No Nay Never stands in Ireland at Coolmore for 125,000 euros. His yearlings in 2021 sold for up to $450,000 and to date, he has 31 black type winners, 54 black type-placed runners, 15 graded stakes winners, and two Grade 1 winners from his first three crops. No Never No More entered stud in Maryland and his first crop are 2-year-olds of 2022.
(Twirling Candy / Whataclassybroad, by Yankee Gentleman)
2014 Gray / Entered Stud: 2021 / 2022 Fee: $2,500
Sweetontheladies is the only Twirling Candy stallion standing in Florida and is one of only three Twirling Candy sons at stud anywhere. Twirling Candy is sire of 358 winners – six Grade 1 winners, 12 graded stakes winners, 31 black type winners, 71 black type-placed runners – with $40,738,291 in progeny earnings to date. Standing at Lane’s End for $60,000, his graded stakes performers in 2021 include G1 Preakness winner Rombauer, G1 Del Mar Futurity winner Pinehurst, and Gear Jockey, who won the G3 FanDuel Turf Sprint. Sweetontheladies was a precocious black type winner and graded stakes-placed sprinter who earned $408,012 with a record of 4-5-6. Sweetontheladies’ first foals arrive in 2022.
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