Stallions / Stallion Prospects
Currently, we have stallions and stallion prospects available by the following leading sires:
Many of these horses are Graded Stakes Winners. Please call us for details.
SOLD by Schumer Bloodstock:
Grade 1 winner was bought to continue his stud career in Saudi Arabia in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock in late 2015.
A durable son of Kingmambo, Student Council won eight of 31 starts and $1,567,731 over five seasons of racing.
Trained by Steve Asmussen, he won the Pacific Classic (G1) at Del Mar and the Pimlico Special Handicap (G1) at Pimlico.
Student Council retired to Millennium Farms in Kentucky in 2009. His leading runners include multiple stakes winners Snappy Girl and Sister Ginger as well as the G2-placed Restivity.
Winner of the G2 Sanford Stakes at Saratoga, Bern Identity was sold to commence his stud career for the 2016 season at PJK Farm Jamaica in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer and Bradley Thoroughbreds Brokerage.
A top three finisher in 12 of his 13 starts for trainer Kelly Breen, the son of Bernstein also ran second in the Delta Downs Jackpot Stakes (G3) and Fabulous Strike Handicap and third in the Hopeful Stakes (G2) and Stoll Keenon Ogden Phoenix Stakes (G3).
In all, he won six races for earnings of $877,200.
G2-winning son of Exchange Rate was sold to stand at Francisco Bravo’s River Oaks Farm, Oklahoma, as the property of Mike Grossman in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer for the 2016 season.
A high-class two-year-old, he ran second in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf (G1) and returned the following year to win the Connaught Cup (G2) at Woodbine.
Excaper stands at River Oaks Farm for $2,000.
Grade 1-placed sprinter was sold to stand in 2016at Mighty Acres, Pryor, Oklahoma, in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock..
The winner of five races and $724,905 in earnings, Unbridled’s Note’s most notable victories included the Eddie D Stakes (G3) and Daytona Stakes (G3) at Santa Anita. However, he also filled the frame in two renewals of the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint (G1) at Santa Anita, notably when second to Mizdirection in 2012, and ran placed in the King’s Bishop Stakes (G1) and Malibu Stakes (G1) on dirt.
The son of Unbridled’s Song is a half-brother to Mother Goose Stakes (G1) winner Spoken Fur.
Justenuffhumor was a high-class New York performer for Kiaran McLaughlin, winning the Fourstavedave Handicap (G2) and Bernard Baruch Handicap (G2) at Saratoga. The son of Distorted Humor was also third to Goldikova in the Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1) at Santa Anita.
Justenuffhumor, whose leading runners from two crops of racing age include the stakes-placed Kathy’s Humor, is a half-brother to Champion Dreaming Of Anna, winner of the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1), and out of a stakes-winning half-sister to Champion sire Kitten’s Joy.
He was sold in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock to stand in Turkey for the 2016 season.
Grade 2 winner Pollard’s Vision, sire of Champion Blind Luck, was sold to stand at Mighty Acres, Pryor, Oklahoma, in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock and The Stallion Company for the 2016 season.
The son of Carson City is the only stallion based in Oklahoma to have sired an Eclipse Award winner, courtesy of Blind Luck, a star of his first crop whose six Grade 1 victories included the Kentucky Oaks (G1), Alabama Stakes (G1) and Vanity Handicap (G1).
Pollard’s Vision is also the sire of the Grade 1-placed Twentytwentyvision as well as 16 other stakes winners, including high-money earners Il Villano, the winner of $573,870, and Mister Pollard, the winner of $466,475.
Wild Desert was purchased in early 2015 by Chad Schumer on behalf of an international client to continue his stud career in Iran.
The son of Wild Rush banked over $1 million during a racing career which was highlighted by a win in the 2005 Queen’s Plate (Can-Gr1) and runner-up effort behind Premium Tap in the 2006 Clark Handicap (Gr1).
Regally-bred Grade 2 winner was sold to stand the 2015 season in Saudi Arabia after selling to Chad Schumer, acting as agent.
Harlington enjoyed his finest moment on the track when successful in the Gulfstream Park Handicap (G2). From four crops of racing age, he is the sire of stakes winners Uzziel, winner of last year’s Santa Paul Stakes (G3), and Srta Aleidy C, a top-class filly in Puerto Rico.
Top 2yo Circular Quay was sold during the summer of 2014 to continue his stud career in Panama.
Winner of the Hopeful Stakes (G1) and runner-up in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile in the colours of Michael and Doreen Tabor, the son of Thunder Gulch is the sire of 50 winners to date including Love My Katy, winner of the Clasico Eduardo Cautino Insua (G1).
Son of Gone West, who sired the Grade 1-winning fillies Hilda’s Passion and No Such Word, was sold to continue his stud career in Saudi Arabia in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock.
Canadian Frontier enjoyed a strong start to his stud career as the sire of seven stakes winners from his first two crops, which totaled 84 foals.
A high-class sprinter whose six victories included the Bold Ruler Handicap (G3), Canadian Frontier opened his stud career at Airdrie Stud in Kentucky before transferring to Le Mesa Stallions in Louisiana.
Article Of Faith
Article Of Faith, a son of Storm Cat out of Grade 1 winner Nany’s Sweep who formerly stood at R Star Stallions in Indiana, was sold to stand in Saudi Arabia in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock.
He is the sire of 21 winners including Joint Tennant, winner of last year’s Governor’s Stakes, and Slacker, winner of the Indiana Stallion Stakes.
Grade 2 winner Casino Host retired to stud in Saudi Arabia as the winner of four of 16 starts and $578,175 in prize-money.
The son of Dynaformer found his stride at four when successful in the Mervin H. Muniz Jr. Memorial Handicap (G2) at Fair Grounds and Del Mar Handicap (G2) at Del Mar. He also ran third in the Eddie Read Stakes (G1) at Del Mar.
A $290,000 yearling purchase by Ben Glass, Casino Host is out of the stakes-placed Ensenada, by Seeking The Gold. In December 2013, he was sold in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer to commence his stud career in Saudi Arabia.
Andromeda’s Hero, who ran second to Afleet Alex in the 2005 Belmont Stakes (G1), was sold to stand in Argentina in 2014. The son of Fusaichi Pegasus won four of 25 starts, including the Fred W. Hooper Handicap (G3). From four crops of racing age, he is the sire of the Grade 2-placed Go Get The Basil as well as Mom’s Law, winner of the New York Oaks and Jack Betta Be Rite Stakes.
The regally-bred Ecliptic was the eight-length winner of a Sandown maiden at two for Godolphin before running a highly creditable second in the Superlative Stakes (G2) at Newmarket.
He was also the easy winner of a competitive Salisbury conditions race during his brief career.
In 2013, the son of Kingmambo, who hails from the family of Royal Delta, was sold to stand in Chile in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock.
Trained by Steve Asmussen, the tough Zanjero (Cherokee Run – Chequered Flag by A. P. Indy) won six races and $1,620,786 including the Indiana Derby (G2) and Kentucky Cup Classic Stakes (G2).
Initially retired to stud at Millennium Farms in Kentucky, Zanjero’s oldest crop are four-year-olds and include Crescent City Derby winner Johnny Handsome.
In 2013, he was sold to continue his stud career at the Jockey Club of Turkey’s Karacabey National Stud in Bursa, where he will stand the 2014 season for 6,000 Turkish Lira.
A powerful front-runner, Keyed Entry carried the colours of Starlight Racing to victory in the 2006 Hutcheson Stakes (G2), in which he defeated First Samurai, and Deputy Minister Handicap (G3). He was also a neck second in the Gotham Stakes (G2) and third to Bob And John and subsequent Belmont Stakes winner Jazil in the Wood Memorial (G1).
The former Bridlewood Farm stallion is a half-brother to six winners including 2013 Alfred G Vanderbilt Handicap (G1) winner Justin Phillip and 2012 Holy Bull Stakes (G2) winner Algorithms.
He was sold to stand in Saudi Arabia for the 2014 season in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock.
Tough campaigner Patriot Act retired to stud as the winner of four races, including the Jim Rasmussen Memorial Stakes, and $452,252 in earnings. He was also placed in a further four Graded stakes including the Lane’s End Breeders’ Futurity (G1).
By leading sire of sires A.P. Indy, Patriot Act is out of Grade 3 winner Classic Value and a half-brother to Grade 2 scorer Class Kris, the dam of Grade 1 winner Student Council.
Patriot Act retired to stud in New York and in 2013 was sold to stand abroad in the deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock.
Alysheba Stakes winner Roaring Fever headed to Saudi Arabia as the sire of 84 winners from 179 foals of racing age including multiple stakes scorer Spa City Princess and the Grade 1-placed Roarin’ Discovery.
By Storm Cat, Roaring Fever is a brother to triple Grade 1 winner Raging Fever and Grade 2 winner Stormin Fever. He is also from the immediate family of leading sire Hussonet.
Formerly based in New York, he was sold in 2013 in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock to stand in Saudi Arabia
A $575,000 two-year-old in training purchase by Demi O’Byrne, Zavata was one of the best juveniles of his generation, winning the Saratoga Special Stakes (G2) by 7 1/4 lengths and Tremont Stakes (G3) by 6 1/4 lengths. The son of Phone Trick also ran third in the Hopeful Stakes (G1) and returned the following year to take the Amsterdam Stakes (G2).
Retired to stud in Kentucky as the winner of five races and $346,533 in earnings, Zavata is the sire of 112 winners led by Grade 1-winning miler Dakota Phone.
Zavata was sold in deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock in 2013 to continue his stud career abroad.
Brother to leading sire Unbridled’s Song was sold in September 2013 in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer Bloodstock to continue his stud career in Saudi Arabia.
Spanish Steps is the sire of 92 winners led by top turf performer Little Mike. The earner of over $3.1 million, Little Mike won the 2012 Woodford Reserve Turf Classic (G1), Arlington Million (G1) and Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1), in which he defeated Point Of Entry and St Nicholas Abbey.
Passion For Gold
Son of Medaglia d’Oro was crowned the French champion two-year-old of 2009 after running away with the Group 1 Criterium de Saint-Cloud for Godolphin.
He was later supplemented to the Epsom Derby but was forced to miss the race due to strained back muscles. Passion For Gold returned at four to land a Listed event at Goodwood.
Passion For Gold became the first son of leading sire Medaglia d’Oro to stand in South America when purchased by Schumer Bloodstock to commence stud duty at Haras Puerta de Hierro in Chile in 2013.
A $3.2 million yearling who went on to win the Black Tie Affair Handicap at Arlington Park, Full Mandate recently hit the headlines as the sire of leading older horse Ron The Greek. Trained by Bill Mott, Ron The Greek won the 2012 Santa Anita and Stephen Foster Handicaps and opened his 2013 campaign with an 11 1/4-length victory in the Florida Sunshine Millions Classic.
Full Mandate, by A.P. Indy out of triple Grade 1 winner Clear Mandate, was purchased by Schumer Bloodstock to stand in Saudi Arabia.
Songandaprayer enjoyed his finest moment on the track when successful in the Grade 1 Fountain Of Youth Stakes. The son of Unbridled’s Song got off to a quick start at stud, siring the unbeaten Grade 2-winning two-year-old What A Song as well as Grade 3 winner He’s Got Grit in his first group of juveniles.
He has since been represented by Darley’s high-class sprinter Songster and 2012 Grade 1 Florida Derby runner-up Reveron.
Following seven seasons at stud in Kentucky, Songandaprayer has relocated for 2013 to Harold Foreman’s The Stallion Station at Copper Crowne near Opelousas in Louisiana in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer and Bradley Thoroughbreds.
Songandaprayer finished 2012 ranked 23rd on the general sires’ list with $6,180,024 in progeny earnings, which would have led Louisiana’s general sires’ list by more than $2.5 million. He also led all North American sires in 2012 with 179 winners and Louisiana’s sires’ list again in 2013 with progeny earnings of over $5.4 million.
Songandaprayer is standing at The Stallion Station as the property of a syndicate for $6,000, stands and nurses, or $5,000 Nov. 15 terms.
Winner of the Florida Derby (G1) for John Kimmel, Friends Lake was purchased for stud duty in Saudi Arabia in late 2010.
The son of A P Indy, who is out of the Grade 1-winning millionaire Antespend, opened his stud career at Airdrie Stud in Kentucky and in his first crop was represented by the Grade 3-winning juvenile Screen Your Friend.
In 2013, his three-year-olds include the multiple Graded stakes winner Rose To Gold.
Toccet was sold in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock to stand at Mighty Acres Farms in Oklahoma for the 2012 season.
The son of Awesome Again was successful in the Champagne Stakes (G1) for Bobby Frankel and to date is the sire of 28 stakes winners including the Potero Grande Handicap scorer Ventana, himself now at stud in Indiana.
Toccet was later sold to stand in Turkey in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock.
Latent Heat was a top sprinter for Prince Khalid Abdullah and Bobby Frankel, winning the Malibu Stakes (G1) and San Carlos Handicap (G2).
Initially retired to Woods Edge Farm in Kentucky, Latent Heat is the sire of three stakes winners including dual stakes scorer Softly Lit.
In late 2012, Latent Heat was sold in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock and Bradley Thoroughbred Brokerage to stand at River Oaks Farm in Oklahoma. The son of Maria’s Mon, who stands at River Oaks for $3,500, ended 2012 as the second leading sire in Oklahoma behind Toccet and third behind Read The Footnotes (see below) in 2013.
Beethoven was sold to commence his stud career in Saudi Arabia in 2011 as the winner of three of seven races including the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes (G2) at Churchill Downs.
The son of Sky Mesa also ran third to Quality Road in the Fountain Of Youth Stakes (G2).
Beethoven’s first crop are two-year-olds of 2014.
Act Of Duty
A $3.2 million Keeneland July yearling purchase by John Ferguson, Act Of Duty ran second on his two-year-old debut for David Loder at Newbury in Britain, a race in which the subsequently Group 1-placed Ikhtyar ran third.
Act Of Duty spent eight seasons at stud in Florida and among his best runners are the Grade 3 Tropical Park Derby winner Fly By Phil and Scandalous Act, who swept the female division of the 2013 Florida Stallion Stakes series. In 2012, he was sold in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock to stand abroad.
By Mr Prospector, Act Of Duty is a half-brother to successful sire Northern Afleet.
Will He Shine
Steve Asmussen saddled Will He Shine, a Silver Deputy half-brother to Grade 1 winner and successful sire Cuvee, to win five races including the Grade 2 True North Handicap at Belmont Park.
Will He Shine retired to stud in Kentucky in 2008 as the winner of $346,041 in earnings.
His progeny include the stakes-placed Do Over.
Will He Shine was purchased by Schumer Bloodstock in 2012 to continue his stud career abroad.
Midas Eyes was saddled by Bobby Frankel to win the 2004 Forego Handicap (G1) and run placed in three other Grade 1 events, including the Cigar Mile.
The son of Touch Gold is the sire of the stakes-placed Eyes Of Midas and Readygetsgold from his time at stud in the US. He was purchased by Schumer Bloodstock to stand in Saudi Arabia for the 2011 season.
Champali was a millionaire sprinter who was successful in a quartet of Grade 3 races including the Iroquois Stakes. The son of Glitterman was also Grade 2-placed.
Champali, whose best runners include the multiple stakes winner Bow Tie Pasta and the Grade 2-placed Key Lime Beauty, was sold to Schumer Bloodstock to continue his stud career in Saudi Arabia in late 2010.
Oratory flashed brilliance during his five-race career, winning the Peter Pan Stakes (G2) by close to five lengths in stakes-record time. Following his victory, trainer Tom Albertrani stated: “With a little racing luck, he’d be undefeated.”
By top sire of sires Pulpit, Oratory retired to stud in Maryland and is already the sire of stakes winners Tujoes and Pagan Princess. In 2012, he was relocated in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock to stand at Mike Grossman’s Eureka Thoroughbred Farm in Fredericksburg, Texas.
Oratory ended 2012 as the leading sire in Texas. He sadly died in 2016.
Son of Kris S, who won the Rose Of Lancaster Stakes (G3) for David Loder and was Grade 2-placed for Tom Albertrani, was sold to continue his stud career abroad in 2012.
A $1 million yearling purchase by John Ferguson on behalf of Sheikh Mohammed, Sabre d’Argent is a half-brother to leading sire Exchange Rate.
Grade 2 winner of over $380,000
A New York Listed stakes-winning son of leading stallion and emerging sire of sires Giant’s Causeway out of the Graded stakes-winning Jade Hunter mare Pratella ($459,622).
Angliana also placed in the Grade 1 Brooklyn Handicap and four other graded races while earning nearly $400,000. He defeated the likes of Evening Attire, Magna Graduate, Judiths Wild Rush, Naughty New Yorker, etc.
Each of his first three dams are graded stakes mares.
Following a period at Eureka Thoroughbred Farm in Texas, Angliana was sold to continue his stud career in Libya in a deal brokered with Khaled Salaami.
A stakes-winning and course record-setting Graded performer by leading sire Forest Wildcat, out of the multiple stakes-producing and winning Affirmed mare Wichitoz.
Forest Wildcat is off to a fantastic start as a sire of sires with his young sons D’Wildcat and Wildcat Heir.
Further, Chitoz is from the wonderful stallion producing family of Relaunch, Tapit, Glitterman and Rubiano as well as Summer Bird, winner of the 2009 Belmont, Travers and Jockey Club Gold Cup.
Ra Ra Superstar
A fantastic individual ($310,000 yearling) and from the immediate female family of leading sire Awesome Again (Deputy Minister over Blushing Groom) and top freshman sire Macho Uno. Following a period at stud in Oklahoma, Ra Ra Superstar was sold to stand in Panama.
A Grade 3 winner in New York, this son of Theatrical is out of the top class race mare Vinista, a Keeneland stakes winner and multiple Graded placed earner of nearly $400,000.
This is the immediate female family of Champion and sire Hernando as well as Group 1 winner Johann Quatz.
Save Big Money
Not only is he by Storm Cat and out of an A.P. Indy mare, but he is a full brother to Grade 1 winner and $3.9 million yearling Mr. Sidney, now standing at Walmac Farm.
His dam, Tomisue’s Delight, is a multiple Grade 1 winner of over $1.2 million and a full sister to Horse of the Year and sire Mineshaft (Grade 1 winner of over $2.25 million).
Save Big Money is a multiple stakes-placed track record-setting (at Keeneland) earner of over $230,000.
Now a successful Oklahoma-based sire, Save Big Money is the sire of five stakes performers out of his early crops.
Graded stakes placed winner of over $120,000, he is by leading stallion and sire of sires Giant’s Causeway and out of the stakes-winning Holy Bull mare, Smokey Mirage.
The Visualizer was a $1 million yearling purchase by John Ferguson on behalf of Sheikh Mohammed.
His early crops include multiple stakes winner Zealous Vision.
A stakes-winning son (at Monmouth Park) of leading sire of sires Gone West. This impeccably bred colt is out of the stakes-placed Dayjur mare Top Order, herself a half-sister to European Champion sprinter Mozart as well as the top class American Graded stakes winning 2YO, England Expects. His third dam is Broodmare of the Year Glowing Tribute, the dam of 7 stakes winners, 6 of which were Graded, including Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Sea Hero.
Read the Footnotes
Read the Footnotes was a Grade 2 winner at 2 and 3 via the Remsen and Fountain of Youth, while earning over $450,000. He broke his maiden at 2 in spectacular fashion, winning by over 9 lengths at Saratoga.
As a stallion he’s off to a great start with 8 stakes winner and over $5.2 million in progeny earnings. He is the only stallion standing in Oklahoma to have sired a Grade 1 winner in his daughter Rightly So, winner of the Ballerina Stakes at Saratoga and nearly $500,000.
Shadwell color-bearer was the easy winner of the Jimmy Winkfield Stakes at three and the Maryland Sprint Handicap (G3) at four. He retired as the winner of five races and $256,962.
A son of champion Aldebaran, Taqarub is a grandson of the famed Darby Dan mare Wings To Soar, the dam of champion Soaring Softly.
Taqarub was sold in late 2011 to stand at Bombay Stud Farm in Jamaica in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer.
Grade 1-placed Rising Moon was sold in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock to stand at Bombay Stud Farm in Jamaica. The son of Runaway Groom, who hails from the family of Verrazano, ran placed in the Suburban Handicap (G1) and Brooklyn Handicap (G2).
Regally-bred son of A P Indy had Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird behind him when third to Quality Road in the Woodward Stakes (G1). In all, he won four races for Darley Stable and Kiaran McLaughlin.
Out of the brilliant Santa Anita Oaks (G1) heroine Composure, Tranquil Manner is a brother to Centring, a recent third in this year’s Ogden Phipps Handicap (G1). He commenced his stud career in Saudi Arabia in 2011 after selling in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer.