Im A Fancy PYC to JEH Oklahoma
Stallion will stand for a $3,000 fee for 2015 season.
November 2, 2014
Dustin Cox of Duncan, Oklahoma, has announced that he has sold a half-interest in Im A Fancy PYC SI 92, the leading money earner by PYC Paint Your Wagon. The young stallion's fee has been set at $3,000, and he will be moved to JEH Stallion Station's Oklahoma Division near Purcell.
"This outstanding young prospect is a welcome addition to our already powerful stallion battery in Oklahoma," Andrew Gardiner, JEH General Manager, said Sunday.
Im A Fancy PYC will join leading first crop sire Apollitical Jess, champion sire Desirio, champion and stakes sire Inseperable and multiple stakes sire Cartel Success at the new Purcell location.
"We invite everyone to stop by JEH Oklahoma in Purcell and see this great individual," said Shawn Lindsey, JEH Oklahoma Farm Manager.
"Fancy," as he's referred to by Mr. Cox, has a tremendous stallion pedigree and race record.
"I'm looking forward to ‘Fancy’ moving to JEH, but I would like to thank Dr. Joe Carter, his daughter Jessie, and Kourtney Neuharth for the outstanding care and attention they provided him while he was at of Oklahoma Equine Reproductive Center," Cox said.
A winner of five of six career starts, Im A Fancy PYC won the $781,000 Remington Park Futurity (RG3) and was the third-fastest qualifier for the $2.6 million All American Futurity (G1) at Ruidoso Downs. Unfortunately, he suffered a career ending injury following his 4¼ length All American trial win. An earner of $454,765, his only off-the-board performance came after a troubled start in the $1.1 million Heritage Place Futurity (G1).
His sire PYC Paint Your Wagon, currently the #1 leading sire of money earners for 2014, has sired 63 stakes winners, 355 winners, the earners of $16.5 million and average earnings per starter of more than $29,000. His other top performers include Black Gold Futurity Championship (RG3) winner Freighttrain B SI 115 ($421,761), Wagon Tales SI 99 ($386,781 to 3, Remington Park Futurity-G1, etc.), Joker On Jack SI 106 ($372,980 to 4, Refrigerator Handicap-G1, etc.), Cruzin The Wagon SI 106 ($336,689, Valley Junction Futurity-G3, etc.), Lota PYC SI 102 ($330,855, Remington Park Futurity-G1, etc.), etc.
Im A Fancy PYC is out of the winning Mr Jess Perry mare First Prize Fancy SI 96, dam of six ROM including full siblings stakes-placed PYC First Prize Fany ($92,303 to 3, 2nd South Florida Derby, etc.), stakes finalist PYC First Fancy Lee ($55,879 to 4) and second-fastest qualifier to the $318,217 Black Gold Futurity Championship (RG3) PYC Prize Time SI 109 ($19,011 at 2, 2014, finals to be run November 8).
First Prize Fancy is a full sister to three Grade 1 winners and one Grade 1-placed runner including Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner First Carolina SI 106, dam of Rainbow Futurity (G1) winner Ms First Prize Rose SI 101 ($550,105 to 3, 2014), Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner Coronado Cartel SI 98 ($416,178 to 3, 2014) and Rainbow Juvenile winner Denver Pass SI 96 ($120,994 to 3).
Additional full siblings to First Prize Fancy include Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner First Prize Leesa SI 106 ($488,270), dam of 2014 Decketta Stakes (G3) winner First Prize Shaunda SI 103 ($133,232 to 4, 2014); Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner First Prize Robin SI 103 ($295,147); and Texas Classic Futurity (G1) runner-up and multiple stakes sire First Prize Perry SI 102 ($243,946).
The second dam is the 2006 Broodmare of the Year First Prize Dash SI 101, by Dash For Cash, a sister to all-time leading sire world champion First Down Dash SI 105 ($857,256) and dam of 29 ROM, six stakes winners and four stakes-placed earners of $2.4 million. First Prize Dash also produced Heritage Place Futurity(G1) winner Fast First Prize SI 102 ($244,929), Blue Ribbon Futurity(G2) winner and 2013's leading sire of money earners Heza Fast Dash, Gentilly Dash Stakes winner First Prize Doc SI 108 ($73,700 to 4, 2013), stakes-placed First Prize Paris SI 108 ($92,910), stakes-placed First Prize Timber SI 102 ($56,018), and stakes-placed First Prize StoneSI 98 ($32,633), etc.
First Prize Dash is the granddam or great-grandam to such stakes horses as multiple stakes winner Fast Prize Jordan SI 109 ($203,724); 2014 Dash For Cash Derby (G2) winner Dashin For A Prize ($93,542); 2013 Speedhorse Futurity (RG2) winner Spit Like Jagger SI 96 ($105,045); LQHBA Breeders’ Futurity (RG1) runner-up First Prize Jet SI 98 ($251,758), etc.
For additional information or breeding contracts to Im A Fancy PYC, call Shawn Lindsey at 405.527.0727 or Andrew Gardiner at 904.564.1630.
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