Brindis Por Cayenne Sires First Stakes Winner

Freshman sire gets stakes winner with first starter.

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Freshman sire Brindis Por Cayenne is now a stakes sire. PHOTO: Courtesy of YO Ranch

Freshman sire Brindis Por Cayenne sired his first stakes winner Sunday when his only starter won the $19,515 BHS Quarter Horse Futurity at Miles City.

Racing for his breeders Jeffrey Wilson and Ray Norgaard Jr., Madogo went wire-to-wire to score a half-length victory and pick up the $9,759 winner's purse. Mike Taylor conditions the colt out of the Check Him Out mare Heavenly Stripper. Juan Ramirez was up for the stakes race.

Madogo is the only starter from three foals in Brindis Por Cayenne's first crop to race in 2014.

Owned and trained by K.C. Carden, the multiple stakes winning son of Toast To Dash won or placed 21 times while earning $454,153. He won the Sunland Park Winter Derby (G2), Texas Horse Racing Hall of Fame Stakes (G3), was second in the Texas Classic Derby (G1), West/Southwest Championship Challenge (G2), and Canada Championship Challenge. Brindis Por Cayenne was third in the 2005 All American Futurity (G1) as well as third in the West/Southwest Championship Challenge (G2-twice).

The sorrel stallion was also a finalist in the Texas Classic Futurity (G1), All American Derby (G1), AQHA Challenge Championship (G1), New Mexico Challenge Championship (G1), Oklahoma Challenge Championship (G1), Remington Park Championship (G1), Leo Stakes, etc.

Brindis Por Cayenne is out of the Grade 1 winning Easily Smashed mare Cayenne Smash SI-105 ($243,413), dam of seven ROM. She has also produced Grade 2-placed Cayenne Chispa SI-98 ($50,972) and stakes-placed Corazon de Lider SI-90 ($16,192), etc. The second dam is a half-sister to stakes winner I Got Spirit SI-103 ($53,255) and is the granddam of Grade 3 winner Im Royal Quick SI-108 ($235,790 to 7, 2014), etc.

Brindis Por Cayenne stood the 2014 season at YO Ranch, near Sheridan, Wyoming at a fee of $1,000. For additional information or breeding contracts contact K.C. Carden at 512-762-6077.

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