Jess Zoomin to Granada
Son of Shazoom to stand in Texas.
August 10, 2014
Jess Zoomin, a top-five leading second crop sire this year, will stand the 2015 season at Granada Farm near Wheelock, Texas. His fee will be $1,500.
“We are honored to welcome leading second year sire, Jess Zoomin to our diverse stallion lineup”, said Granada Farms general manager Jimmy Eller. “With his success in two modest crops of race age foals, including four Grade 1 finalists and multiple Grade 2 and Grade 3 finalists, we are confident in his future as a prominent sire.”
From a limited number of starters the son of leading sire Shazoom has sired 22 winners, four stakes-placed with average earnings per starter of $10,300. Jess Zoomin has sired the earners of over $587,000 including these 2014 headliners:
JZ Fast Boy—2014 2nd Retama Park Derby; 2014 Ruidoso Derby-G1 Finalist; 2013 2nd Hialeah Futurity
Logans Zoomin—2014 Rainbow Futurity-G1 Finalist (second fastest qualifier)
J Bar 2014 Rainbow Derby-G1 Finalist; 2014 Ruidoso Downs Derby Challenge Finalist (fastest qualifier); 2013 Dash For Cash Futurity-G1 Finalist; 2013 Ruidoso Juvenile Challenge-G3 Qualifier (trial winner by 1 1/2 lengths)
Royal Blue Jess—2014 TQHA Sale Futurity-RG2 Finalist
Fractured Dreams—2014 Firecracker Futurity-G3 Finalist
Lebron 6—2014 Grants Pass Firecracker Futurity Finalist
Clear Winn—2014 Four Corners Futurity-G3 Finalist
Zoomin Jessie—2014 Four Corners Futurity-G3 Finalist
Campaigned by Jess Zoomin Partners, Jess Zoomin won or placed in nine of 10 career starts and earned $461,126. He was second in the Heritage Place Futurity (G1) and Texas Classic Derby (G1) and third in the All American Futurity (G1) and the Championship at Sunland Park (G1).
Jess Zoomin’s full-brother Mister Big, has made headlines as a derby sensation in 2014 with five wins including the Sam Houston Derby (G3), Retama Park Derby, and the recent Adequan Retama Derby Challenge.
Bred by Jerry Windham, he is out of a Mr Jess Perry half-sister to Grade 1 winner Magic Dozen ($289,338), Grade 2 winners Illusive Feature ($64,289), First Place Dash ($64,160), Grade 3 stakes-placed Streakin Sixes ($77,765) and stakes–placed Grade 1 finalist Gone First ($38,770).
As sires, Magic Dozen, First Place Dash and Streakin Sixes have combined progeny earnings nearing $9 million.
His second dam is the champion 2-year-old filly Indigo Illusion ($867,414), winner of the Rainbow Derby (G1), Vessels Maturity (G1), Las Ninas Handicap (G3), Special Effort-Faberge Futurity, etc. The daughter of *Beduino (TB) set three track records while racing and has produced 13 ROM runners.
For additional information or breeding contracts contact Jimmy Eller at 979-828-5167 or 979-589-2690.
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