Pollards Vision

As Carson City’s all-time leading money earner with $1,430,311 in earnings, this first year sire boasts an impressive race record.  Pollard’s Vision started in 23 races, winning or placing in 17 of them. As a two-year-old he broke his Maiden at Saratoga going wire to wire by 12 1⁄2 lengths. 

His final 15 races were all graded events, including wins in the Illinois Derby [G2], which he won going wire-to-wire, the Lone Star Derby [G3], the Leonard Richards Stakes [G3] and the National Jockey Club Handicap [G3], and places in the Pimlico Special [G1], the Suburban Handicap [G1], the Louisiana Derby [G2], the Pennsylvania Derby [G2], the West Virginia Derby [G2], the Ohio Derby [G2] and the Mineshaft Handicap [G3].

Hailing from the family of Chris Evert, Sightseek, Tates Creek and Hometown Queen, he is one of the best bred stallions to enter stud in 2006. Standing at Wintergreen Stallion Station, Pollard’s Vision looks to carry his success from the track to the breeding shed.


Tenpins

This striking, 16.3, chestnut stallion by Smart Strike out the Deputy Minister mare Maid's Broom is a [G2] winning millionaire. Early in his race career he broke his maiden at Keeneland and then reeled off six straight wins!

He won the Washington Park H. [G2] in track record time. He won the Philip H. Iselin Breeders' Cup H. [G3], the Prairie meadows Cornhusker Breeders' Cup H. Fayette stakes [G3] and the William Donald Schaefer H. [G3]. In addition Tenpins was second or third in the Hawthorne Gold Cup, the Fayette Stakes [G3] and the Stephen Foster H. [G1].

In 2005 Tenpins stands his first season at Walmac Farm LLC in Lexington, Kentucky. He is the property of a Syndicate.


Wiseman's Ferry

This beautiful, chestnut son of Hennessy was a $775,000.00 weanling at Keeneland November. He is a multiple graded stakes winner of $825,117.00. He was on the Board in 13 of 16 starts in 3 countries.

Wiseman's Ferry has the pedigree of a sire. He is from the immediate family of Bernstein, Buckpasser, Sky Mesa and Outstandingly.

In 2004, he was the number one New York covering sire. He bred 104 mares.
Wiseman's Ferry will stand at Castleton Lyons in Lexington, Kentucky for the 2006 breeding season. He is the property of a Syndicate.


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