Reagal Eagle to Stand at JEH

Grade 1-placed runner to stand at JEH.

Reagal Eagle will stand in Texas in 2015.

Reagal Eagle, runner-up in the 2013 $2.6 million All American Futurity (G1) at Ruidoso Downs, will begin his stallion career in 2015 at JEH Equine Reproduction Specialists near Whitesboro, Texas. His fee has been set at $2,800, with consideration.

Owned by Rosella and Nahum Prieto, the son of all-time leading first crop sire One Famous Eagle won or placed in six of 10 career starts, earning $467,790. He was second in the All American Futurity (G1) and a finalist in the Rainbow Futurity (G1), Corona Cartel Stakes and West Texas Juvenile Invitational. Gene Burden trained Reagal Eagle this season.

The 3-year-old colt is out of the Grade 1-placed Corona Cartel mare Corona Deluxe SI-94 ($168,135), dam of three foals to race, all ROM winners including the stakes winner Country Boy Deluxe SI-99 ($103,125 to 5, 2014).

The second dam First Down N Surfin SI-97 by all-time leading sire First Down Dash, was also a runner-up in the All American Futurity (G1) and earned $290,681. She is a sister to Grade 3 winner Harbour Beach SI-111 ($129,371), stakes-placed Curls Girl SI-93 ($54,066), stakes-placed Igofast (TB) ($143,043), Grade 2-placed and former Broodmare of the Year Runaway Wave SI-105 ($79,1943) and Grade 2-placed Capitan Nuevo SI 95 ($56,539), etc. This is the immediate family of world champion and multiple stakes sire Wave Carver SI-104 ($1,005,946) and champion and multiple stakes sire Ocean Runway SI-105 ($1,642,498), Grade 1 winner Trisk ($254,233), Grade 1 placed and multiple stakes sire Sir Runaway Dash SI-97 ($120,706), etc.

For additional information for breeding contracts call Andrew Gardiner, JEHERS General Manager, at 903-564-1630.

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