News - Breeding November  15, 2019

Grade 3 Winner Fast Prize Jordan Relocates to Louisiana Center For Equine Reproduction


Grade 3 winner Fast Prize Jordan will stand the 2019 season at Louisiana Center For Equine Reproduction in Opelousas.

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OPELOUSAS—OCTOBER 27, 2018—Grade 3 stakes winner Fast Prize Jordan, the #4 Leadings Second-Crop Sire of Money Earners, has joined the stallion roster at Louisiana Center For Equine Reproduction for the upcoming breeding season.

A son of leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon, bred on the same cross as leading first-crop sire Coronado Cartel, Fast Prize Jordan is out of the G3-placed and multiple stakes producing mare Fast Prize Doll SI-102. His fee has been set at $1,250 with consideration. He has been nominated to the Future Fortunes and Triple Crown 100.

From a limited number of starters in two crops to race, Fast Prize Jordan is the sire of 26 winners, 1 black type with earnings in excess of $425,000. His top performers include Hooked On Jordan SI 98 (winner at 2, 2018 $25,590, 3rd Jaguar Rocket Futurity), FPF Blazen Fast Ryon SI 98 (4 wins to 3, 2018, $44,623, finalist LQHBA Louisiana Million Futurity(RG1), etc.), Game Overtime SI 91 (winner at 2, 2018, $25,595), Paint Your Jewels SI 95 (winner to 3, 2018, $26,650), A Fast Ram SI 93 (winner to 3, 2018, $21,888), etc.

Hooked On Jordan finished third in the Jaguar Rocket Futurity at Indiana Grand Race Course in 2018.
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At press time Sbm Aces Wild, a 2-year-old colt by Fast Prize Jordanfrom the FDD Dynasty mare Distenedtobewild, won his trial and qualified for the $216,812 QHA Mystery Futurity at Will Rogers Downs (finals will be run November 10).

Fast Prize Jordan is by Grade 1 winner and leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon SI 107 ($889,581). He is the sire of earners of more than $32.2 million, 20% stakes horses with average earnings per starters of more than $31,000.

His top performers include AQHA Racing Champion Aged Stallion The Fiscal Cliff SI 109 (13 wins to 5, $580,425, AQHA Challenge Championship S.-G1, Bob Moore Memorial S.-G2, etc.), Grade 3 winner Pyc Fun N Fancy SI 105 (5 wins to 3, 2018 $478,660 Heritage Place Derby-G3, etc.), Grade 1 winner Mr. Pyc To You SI 97 (6 wins to 5, 2018, $478,045 Champion of Champions S.-G1, etc.) APHA Champion Painted Turnpike-PT (26 wins to 5, $462,345 Speed horse Graham Paint & Appaloosa Futurity-G1, etc.), Im A Fancy Pyc SI 92 (5 wins at 2, $454,765 Remington Park Oklahoma Bred Futurity-G3, etc.), etc.

Fast Prize Jordan's dam, Fast Prize Doll SI 102 ($85,762), by Mr Jess Perry, was 3rd in the Grade 3 Harrah's Entertainment Futurity and a finalist in the Remington Park Futurity(G1). She is dam of 25 ROM, 24 winners, five black type including Grade 3 winner Fast Prize Jordan SI 109 (see above), stakes winner Double Down SI 95 (2 wins to 4, 2018, $73,648), stakes winner Fast Prize Robyn SI 94 ($19,263 USA), stakes-placed Fast Prize Doll Too SI 98 ($21,574) and stakes-placed Ms Corona Doll SI 92 (winner at 2 in Mexico).

The second dam is the Grade 1 Heritage Place Futurity winner Fast First Prize SI 102 ($244,929) by Heza Fast Man. She is a sister to Grade 2 winner and leading sire Heza Fast Dash SI 103 ($136,123). Out of Broodmare of the Year First Prize Dash SI 101, she is the dam of 24 ROM, five black type. This is the immediate family of Ruidoso Futurity(G1) winner Apollitical Chad SI 95 ($878,165 to 3, 2018), Dash For Cash Derby(G3) winner Dashin For A Prize SI 110 ($275,770), Grade 1 winner Cr Tuckernuck SI 98 ($215,649), G3 winner Ferrari James SI 107 ($260,086), RG2-placed V Power SI 91 ($279,419 to 4, 2018), etc.

For additional information or breeding contracts call Stephen Deville, LACER's Breeding Manager, at (225) 202-2104.


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