Hawkinson Returns to California
Leading stallion will stand at EG High Desert Farms.
October 5, 2014
Champion and champion sire Hawkinson has returned to California for the 2015 breeding season where he will stand at his owner's EG High Desert Farms near Temecula. His fee has not been announced.
Hawkinson sired his 34th stakes winner on Saturday when BF Farm Boss SI 95 won the $375,000 PCQHRA Breeders' Futurity (G2) at Los Alamitos Race Course. The 2-year-old colt has won five of seven starts this season and earned $231,005.
Owned and raced by EG High Desert Farms, Hawkinson won or placed 18 of 28 career starts while earning $448,299. Named champion aged stallion in 2001, he won the Los Alamitos Winter Championship (G1) and Go Man Go Handicap (G1), was second in the QHBC Championship Classic (G2) and third in The Championship at Sunland Park (G1), Spencer Childers California Breeders' Championship (RG1) and El Primero Del Ano Derby (G2).
From 10 crops to race, Hawkinson has sired 341 winners (61%) and 67 stakes horses (12%) with total earners of $10.1 million with average earnings per starter of $18,153. Among the leading sires each season, his top performers include two-time champion Strawkins SI 108 ($614,156, Rainbow Quarter Horse Derby-G1, etc.), PCQHRA Breeders' Futurity (G1) winner Sixish SI 114 ($530,505), Los Alamitos Championship (G1) winner Sparky E Boy SI 111 ($352,224), Golden State Derby (G1) winner Startlet Hawk SI 110 ($250,714), Grade 3 winner BF Farm Boy SI 106 (10 wins to 6, 2014 $236,255), PCQHRA Breeders' Futurity (G2) winner BF Farm Boss SI 95 (5 wins in 7 starts at 2, $231,005), Mildred N. Vessels Memorial Handicap (G1) winner Merridoc Hawk SI 101 ($219,912), Kindergarten Futurity (G1) winner West Coast Hawk SI 94 ($209,373), Los Primera Del Ano Derby (G1) winner Forgive Him SI 96 ($205,576), etc.
Bred in California by Edward C. Allred, Hawkinson is from the "blue hen" multiple champion producer and stakes winner Oh La Proud SI 91 ($52,873), by Shirley's Champion (TB), dam of 22 ROM and 19 winners. Her other produce includes champion 2-year-old colt and stakes sire Hawkish SI 105 ($685,631), Grade 1 winner Flame N Flash SI 93 ($422,776), Grade 2 winner Pride Of Katella SI 104 ($199,187), stakes winner and Grade 1-placed Look Her Over Si 101 ($170,549), Grade 3 winner Rare Walker SI 120 ($110,702), stakes winner Mister Katella SI 103 ($88,510), stakes-placed Duardo SI 93 ($27,382) and stakes-placed Our Man Scott SI 101 ($21,565), etc.
The second dam is the stakes-winning Jet Spice mare Oh La Ree SI96 ($111,650), dam of stakes winners Oh Le Bo SI 96 ($108,932) and Cambrian SI 89, etc. This is the family of world champion Charger Bar ($495,437), etc.
For additional information or breeding contracts, call Enrique Gonzalez at 951-694-5140 or 818-898-1715.
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