Daily News Archive
Daily News Subscription
US Sire Suave Prospect Returns To New Mexico
US multiple Gr3-winning 17-year-old stallion Suave Prospect (Fortunate prospect-Debonair Dancer, by Staff Writer) "is being relocated to Doubletree Farm in New Mexico" where his 2010 fee will be US$4,000 reported bloodhorse.com. Suave Prospect (who spent the 2009 season at Vern Hrycuik & John Vanderligt's Wanham-based farm in Alberta in Canada, after previously standing at A&A Horse Ranch in New Mexico) boasts 78% winners from starters (including 29 stakes-horses & 16 stakes-winners) for US$16.4 million progeny earnings. On the track, Suave Prospect (a half-brother to 2 stakes-winners & a full-brother to the dam of Kentucky stallion Successful Appeal & 2008 Canadian Gr2-winner True to Tradition) won both the Gr3 What A Pleasure Stakes & Gr3 Preview Stakes, as well as finishing 2nd in 8 graded-stakes (including the Gr1 Florida Derby).