Tres Seis, Separatist Return to U.S.

Top stallions return for 2013 breeding season.

December 11, 2012



Leading sires Tres Seis and Separatist have returned to the United States in anticipation of the 2013 breeding season. Both stallions have been in Brazil for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.

Tres Seis is in Miami and Separatist is currently in Los Angles. Both stallions should be released from quarantine on Wednesday or Thursday to return to their respective U.S. homes.

Champion Tres Seis, the No. 2 Leading Sire of Money Earners in 2012, will return to JEH Stallion Station's Texas-Division near Whitesboro.

Owned by the Tres Seis syndicate the stallion has sired earners of $14.8 million including all-time leading money earner Ochoa ($2,619,741); Los Alamitos Two Million (G1) winner Tres Passes ($1,504,928) and Rainbow Futurity (G1) winner Wild Six ($501,632), etc. His 2013 fee is private treaty.

Champion Separatist has sired more than $16.7 million in money earners including Ruidoso Triple Crown winner and world champion DM Shicago ($1,873,130), Rainbow Derby (G1) winner Separate Bet ($799,481) and champion and All American Derby (G1) winner Inseperable ($672,756), etc. Owned by Separatist syndicate, the son of leading sire Chicks Beduino is returning to Burns Ranch, near Menifee, California, for 2013 and will stand for a fee of $3,600.