First Timber to Oklahoma
First Timber to stand at James Ranch.
September 30, 2014
First Timber, a multiple stakes-siring son of world champion Oak Tree Special from the leading sire line in the industry, will stand the 2015 season at James Ranch, near Wayne, Oklahoma. An introductory fee has been set at $1,250.
Owned by Wesley T. Oulton, the Grade 1 finalist won two of six starts and qualified to the $1.06 million All American Derby (G1). Earning a top speed index of 98, he earned $46,029 in his racing career.
From limited starters in three crops to race, First Timber has sired 19 winners and three stakes horses, with average earnings per starter of $16,200 per head. His top performers include two-time stakes winner and Grade 3-placed runner Droppin Timber (SI-101, 6 wins to 3, 2014 $117,768), James Isaac Hobbs Stakes (G2) runner-up Big Sluggo (SI-98, 3 wins to 4, $53,982), Canada Quarter Horse Futurity winner Cruisinfourabruisin (SI-90, 4 wins at 2, 2014 $47,526), Miss Chrome First (SI-101, 4 wins to 4, $47,795), Susies Timber (SI-98, 3 wins to 3, $44,502), Bur Oak (SI-92, 2 wins to 3, $30,648), etc.
On September 28, First Timber sired three finalists for the $50,000-added Alberta Bred Futurity (RG3) at Lethbridge. The aforementioned 2014 futurity winner Cruisinfourabrusin was the second-fastest qualifier as well as Juno Dat Timber and Canadian Timber.
Bred in Oklahoma by Weetona Stanley and W.E. Smith, First Timber is out of former 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). Dam of 29 ROM, six stakes winners and four stakes-placed winners, she has produced Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner First Prize Leesa SI-106 ($488,270); Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner First Carolina SI-105 ($415,047), Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner First Prize Robin SI-103 ($295,147); 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); Texas Classic Futurity (G1) runner-up and multiple stakes sire First Prize Perry SI-102 ($243,946); stakes-placed First Prize Paris SI-108 ($92,910); stakes-placed First Prize Timber SI-102 ($56,018); stakes-placed First Prize Stone SI-98 ($32,633), etc.
First Prize Timber and First Prize Joy, the dam of multiple stakes winning 2-year-old Jess Curl My Prize SI-104 (6 wins in 7 starts at 2, 2014, $105,974) and 2014 Mile High Derby winner PYC First Prize Joe SI-101 ($72,429 to 3, 2014), are full siblings to First Timber.
First Prize Dash is also the second or third dam of Rainbow Futurity (G1) winner Ms First Prize Rose SI-101 ($546,985 to 3, 2014), Remington Park Futurity (RG3) winner Im A Fancy PYC SI-92 (5 wins in 6 starts at 2, 2014 $454,765); Remington Park Futurity winner Coronado Cartel SI-98 ($415,728 to 3, 2014); LQHBA Breeders' Futurity (RG1) runner-up First Prize Jet SI-91 ($251,758 at 2); Mr Jet Moore multiple stakes winner Fast Prize Jordan SI-109 ($203,724); Decketta Stakes (G3) winner First Prize Shaunda SI-103 ($133,232, to 3, 2014); Rainbow Juvenile winner Denver Pass SI-96 ($120,994 at 2); West Texas Futurity (G1) and world record holder Fast Prize Zoom SI-112 ($192,875); 2013 Speedhorse Futurity (RG3) winner Spit Like Jagger SI-95 ($105,045 at 2); 2013 Eastex Handicap (G2) winner Fast Prize Mike SI-101 ($143,505), stakes-placed and Grade 1 finalist Cr Tuckernuck SI-96 ($98,020, to 3, 2014); 2014 Native Empress Handicap winner SS Calendar Girl SI-97 ($88,915 to 4, 2014); 2014 West Texas Derby (G3) runner-up Ms Fast First Prize SI-91 ($55,667 to 3, 2014), etc.
For additional information or breeding contracts contact David James at 405-449-4728.
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