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Multiple Stakes Sire Dashin Bye to LACER for 2015


Multiple stakes sire Dashin Bye will stand the 2015 season at Louisiana Center For Equine Reproduction near Opelousas.

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OPELOUSAS, LA—AUGUST 24, 2014— Dashin Bye, a track record setting son of First Down Dash who earned more than $305,000 while winning the All American Gold Cup at Ruidoso and the AQHA Derby Challenge Championship(G1) at Lone Star, will stand the 2014 season at Louisiana Center For Equine Reproduction near Opelousas.

Owned by Vanderford and Nunnally, Dashin Bye has sired 329 winners, 24 stakes winners, 31 stakes-placed with earnings of more than $12 million. His get include RG1 winner First Dashin Bye SI 109 (9 wins to 3, $449,170), G1 Southwest Juvenile Championship winner Skuze Pleeze SI 102 (5 wins to 3, $448,864), G1 winner Vessels Maturity winner Frankie Shoots (10 wins, $331,328), RG2 winner Mon Ti Rose (8 wins, $284,139), RG1 winner Devins Secret (4 wins, $267,218), RG1 winner Rapid Transit (3 wins, $256,4250), RG2 winner Zoobilee ($249,267), etc.

Dashin Bye is out of the stakes winning Zevi (TB) mare Sweet Bye And Bye ($324,563), dam of four stakes winners including grade 1 placed Strong Hope ($209,395), stakes winner Sweet Adios ($66,023) stakes winner and stakes sire Chick Happens ($39,747) and stakes-placed multiple stakes sire Sweet First Down ($146,374). His second dam is the multiple stakes producer Bye Bye Imgone, dam of 19 ROM.

His 2015 fee will remain $3,000. For additional information or breeding contracts to Dashin Bye call Eddie Cramer, DVM at 337-407-0708 or Stephen Deville, Breeding Manager at 225-202-2104.


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