Fast Prize Jordan to Stand in Louisiana

Stakes winner to stand at Robicheaux Ranch.

Stallionesearch.com
September 3, 2013

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Fast Prize Jordan. PHOTO: Dustin Orona Photography

Multiple stakes winner Fast Prize Jordan will begin his stallion career at Robicheaux Ranch at Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, in 2014, upon completion of his career. His fee will be announced later.

The son of 2013 leading sire of money earners PYC Paint Your Wagon has won six of 13 starts with three second place finishes to date, while earning $201,469. Among his stakes wins are the 2013 Mr Jet Moore Handicap and Mighty Deck Three Handicap (R). He was second in the Sooner State Stakes (RG1) and Gentilly Dash Stakes. At 2, he was the co-fastest qualifier for the $1,029,950 Heritage Place Futurity (G1), second-fastest qualifier to the $780,000 Remington Park Futurity (R) and third fastest for the $1,158,941 Texas Classic Futurity (G1).

PYC Paint Your Wagon has been at the top of the leading sire's list since his first crop raced in 2010. That year he led all first-crop sires with $1,506,834 in earnings. He followed up his sophomore season again as the leading second-crop sire with $3,127,193. In 2012 he become the overall leading sire of money earners with $3,990,899 and he is currently leading all sires with $2,789,331 through September 2. He has total earnings of more than $11 million.
PYC Paint Your Wagon sired two finalist to the 2013 $2.6 million All American Futurity, including third place finisher Wagon Tales SI-99 ($386,061).

Fast Prize Jordan SI-109 is the leading money earner of the Grade 2 placed Mr Jess Perry mare Fast Prize Doll SI-102 ($85,762), dam of 8 ROM including stakes-placed Fast Prize Doll Too SI-98 ($21,674), etc.

The second dam is the Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner Fast First Prize SI-102 ($244,929), a full-sister to 2013 No. 3 leading sire of money earners Heza Fast Dash SI-103 ($136,123). Fast First Prize has produced 22 ROM including world record setter and West Texas Futurity (G1) winner Fast Prize Zoom SI-112 ($192,875), stakes-placed Fast Prize Tracey SI-101 ($30,950), Fast Prize Country SI-99 ($38,120), etc. She is also the granddam of 2013 Speedhorse Futurity (G2) winner Spit Like Jagger SI-95 ($88,660).

The third dam is former broodmare of the year First Prize Dash, by Dash For Cash, a sister to all-time leading sire and world champion First Down Dash SI-105 ($857,256). Dam of 28 ROM, six stakes winners (four Grade 1), four stakes placed including Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner First Prize Leesa SI-106 ($488,270); Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner First Carolina SI-106 ($415,074); Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner First Prize Robin SI-103 ($295,147); Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner Fast First Prize SI-102 (see above); Blue Ribbon Futurity (G2) winner Heza Fast Dash (see above); Gentilly Dash Stakes winner First Prize Doc SI-108 ($70,741 to 4, 2013); Texas Classic Futurity (G1) runner-up First Prize Perry SI-102 ($243,946), etc.

First Prize Dash is also the granddam of 2013 Rainbow Futurity (G1) winner Ms First Prize Rose SI-101 ($506,404) and 2013 Remington Park Futurity (R) winner Coronado Cartel SI-96 ($310,748), etc.

Fast Prize Jordan is owned by Fast Prize Jordan Partners and will continue to race through 2013. For additional information or breeding contracts call Ryan Robicheaux at 337-845-5130.