Two Farms to Offer Seasons to Separatist

Burns Ranch and JEH Reproduction Center will both offer breeding services for leading stallion Separatist.

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Burns Ranch in California and JEH Reproduction Center in Texas will both offer frozen semen for Separatist this breeding season.

Horsemen wanting to breed to champion and world champion sire Separatist in 2014 will have the choice of ordering semen from two breeding establishments. The son of Chicks Beduino is currently in Brazil, where he bred the 2013 Southern Hemisphere season, and will return to the U.S. later this year.

Breeders in North America may purchase frozen semen from Burns Ranch near Menifee, California, where Separatist stood his entire U.S. career. Horsemen in the Midwest and South will have the ability for the first time to get frozen semen from JEH Reproduction Center near Whitesboro, Texas. Owned by a syndicate, Separatist’s 2014 fee is private, and horsemen are encouraged to call for more information.

From 10 crops to race, Separatist is the sire of 591 winners, 50 stakes winners, 74 stakes-placed and the earners of more than $18.8 million. His starters have average earnings per starter of over $21,000.

In 2013, he sired Grade 3 stakes winner and track record holder Separatist Firstdown SI 109, a winner of seven races and $280,352. A contender for championship honors last year, Separatist Firstdown closed the season with a win in the Evangeline Downs Futurity, his third stakes win of the year. Separatist Firstdown is expected to return to the track in 2014.

Among Separatist's leading runners are world champion and All American Futurity (G1) winner DM Shicago ($1,873,730), champion and All American Derby (G1) winner Inseperable ($672,756), Rainbow Derby (G1) winner Separate Bet ($799,481), Z Wayne Griffin Director's Stakes winner Divide The Cash ($448,643), stakes winner and Grade 1-placed Separate Interest SI 96 ($349,264), Rainbow Juvenile Invitational (R) winner Strong Hope ($209,395), etc.

Named the 2000 champion 3-year-old and champion 3-year-old colt and the 1999 champion 2-year-old colt, Separatist won or placed in 20 of 24 career starts, earning $899,044. He won the Governor's Cup Futurity (RG1), Golden State Derby (G1), Governor's Cup Derby (RG1), California Sires' Cup Futurity (RG2), PCQHRA Breeders' Derby (G2), Z Wayne Griffin Director's Stakes (G3) and Jet Deck Handicap. He was second in the Los Alamitos Million Futurity (G1), Golden State Futurity (G1) and Los Alamitos Derby (G1) and was a finalist in the Champion of Champions (G1), Kindergarten Futurity (G1) and Ed Burke Memorial Futurity (G1).

Separatist is out of the blue-hen mare Separate Ways, by Hempen (TB), dam of 16 ROM including champion Way Maker ($617,444), Grade 1 winner and multiple stakes sire Make It Anywhere ($411,006), stakes winner Making Merri ($59,182), stakes-placed Making Ways ($93,894) and Secret Ways ($35,598).

For additional information or breeding contracts, contact Burns Ranch at 951.301.0201 or JEH ERS at 903.564.1630.

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