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2016's Number 2 Second Crop Sire to Louisiana for 2017

One Sweet Jess will stand the 2017 breeding season at Tate Farms near Ville Platte, Louisiana.

VILLE PLATTE, LA—NOVEMBER 24, 2016—Tate Farms announced today 2016's #2 Leading Second Crop Sire of Money Earners One Sweet Jess will stand the 2017 season at their farm in Ville Platte, Louisiana. His fee has been set at $5,500, however persons who book by February 13, 2017 will enjoy a discount to $3,500.

From two crops to race the Grade 1 winning son of leading sire Mr Jess Perry has has sired 101 winners, 26 stakes horses (14%), earners of more than $2.4 million with average earnings per starter of over $13,350.

Among his top performers are 2016 Grade 1 Heritage Place Futurity runner-up Sweet Annie Gl SI 91 (winner at 2, 2016 $266,913), stakes-placed and All American Futurity(G1) finalist Magical Jess SI 96 (2 wins at 2, 2016 $179,250), Texas Classic Derby(G1) runner-up Jess Burnin SI 98 (4 wins to 3, $107,562 and John Deere Juvenile Challenge winner For Sweet Jess SI 105 (7 wins to 3, $78,987).

G1-place Sweet Annie Gl qualifying for the $1 million Heritage Place Futurity(G1) at Remington Park.
© Dustin Orona Photography
Also Golden State Million Futurity(G1) finalist King Candy SI 89 (2 wins at 2, 2016 $68,517), Remington Park Oklahoma-Bred Futurity(RG3) finalist One Sweet Marie SI 88 ($62,438 at 2, 2016), Heartland Futurity winner Jess A Dollar SI 92 (winner at 2, 2016 $56,444), RG2-placed One Sweet Picky SI 91 (winner at 2, 2106 $51,736), Los Alamitos Distaff Challenge winner Maggie Durant SI 93 (5 wins to 3, 2016 $51,099), Hadley/Giles Futurity winner Oh So Fancy SI 107 (3 wins at 2, 2016 $42,274), etc.

Owned and raced by Jose and Gustavo De La Tore, One Sweet Jess won or placed in 13 of 19 career starts to 3 while earning $953,592. He won the Golden State Million Futurity(G1), Ed Burke Juvenile Invitational, was second in the Los Alamitos Super Derby(G1) and third in the Z Wayne Griffin Director's Stakes-1st Div.

Magical Jess qualifying for the 2016 Grade 1 $2.6 million All American Futurity at Ruidoso Downs.
© Gay Harris / Ruidoso Downs
He was also a finalist in the All American Derby(G1), Ruidoso Derby(G1) and El Primero Del Ano Derby(G2).

Bred by Allred Brothers, One Sweet Jess is out of the G3 winning sister to leading sire Walk Thru Fire, One Sweet Dash SI 94 ($81,937) by First Down Dash. One Sweet Dash is the dam of 13 ROM, 10 winners including 2012 AQHA Racing World Champion One Dashing Eagle SI 98 (6 wins in 7 starts, $2,079,065 All American Futurity-G1, Golden State Million Futurity(G1) and Ed Burke Million Futurity-G1), Grade 1 winner One Sweet Jess SI 98 (see above), stakes winner Hes A Standout SI 1010 (5 wins at 2, $45,4020, G3-placed Jess A Sweetie SI 97 ($71,948 to 3, 2016), etc.

The second dam is the G3-placed *Beduino (TB) mare Sweet Beduino SI 101 ($21,824), dam of 15 ROM, 13 winners, 7 stakes horses including Grade 2 winner and multiple stakes sire A Dash Of Beduino SI 101 ($103,934), Los Alamitos Million Futurity(G1) finalist and leading sire Walk Thru Fire SI 92 ($94,280), Grade 3 winner This Jet Is Royal SI 107 ($91,613), Grade 3 winner One Sweet Dash SI 94 (see above), stakes winner Posting The Colors SI 106 ($36,776), stakes winner and multiple stakes sire Fly With Honor SI 108 ($16,305), stakes-placed Shes Prime Time SI 90 ($27,228), stakes-placed Sign It Sweet SI 95 ($15,572), etc.

For additional information call Stephen Tate at 337-658-8283 or 337-363-8283.

Courtesy Ses