Hez Fast As Cash Relocates
Stallion will stand at Green, Lewis and Associates in Louisiana.
January 22, 2015
Noe and Starla Martinez Jr.'s multiple Grade 3 winner Hez Fast As Cash will stand the 2015 season at Greene, Lewis & Associates near Covington, Louisiana. His fee is $2,500 with consideration.
A leading second and third crop sire, from a limited number of starters, Hez Fast As Cash has sired 19 winners and two stakes-placed with average earnings per starter of more than $10,565.
His top performers include Ladies Fast Cash SI 93 (3 wins to 4 $45,925), Mighty Maxx SI 98 (3 to 3, $44,622), Restricted Grade 2-placed First Corona Man SI 98 (Winner at 3, $37,049, 3rd Mardi Gras Futurity-RG3), Hezarealfast SI 95 (4 wins to 4, $35,795), Heza Fast Afair SI 103 (3 wins to 4, $29,635), Hez Dashenandshake SI 97 (2 wins, $25,910), Sweet Fast Cash SI 85 (Winner at 2, $22,190), Hez Fasat N Easy SI 91 (Winner at 2, $20,440), Shezarealast SI 97 ($11,985), Hail Shez Fast Si 96 (2 wins at 2, $19,995), KK Lucky Magic SI 96 (Winner to 3, $14,290), etc.
A son of champion and champion sire Heza Fast Man, Hez Fast As Cash won or placed in 14 of 29 career starts, earning $79,359. He won the AQRA Turf-Paradise Open QH Derby (G3), Desert Classic Derby (G3) and Corona Cartel Stakes. He was also a finalist in the New Mexico Championship Challenge (G1), West Texas Derby (G2), Higheasterjet H. (G3), Yavapai Downs Derby (G3), Robert Heubeck Memorial S., and Corona Cartel S.(twice).
His dam is the two-time champion Corona Cash ($1,542,880), winner of the All American Futurity (G1) and dam of 25 ROM, eight stakes horses including Grade 2 winner Louisana Corona SI 102 ($186,206), stakes winner Hez Fast As Cash SI 106 (see above), stakes winner Pot Ocash SI 97 ($66,335), Grade 1-placed Feature My Corona SI 98 ($114,216), Grade 1-placed Dimes And Nicks SI 94 ($93,939), stakes-placed and stakes sire One Corona SI 95 ($85,381), Restricted Grade 3-placed Corona Three SI 101 ($35,938) and stakes-placed Trick Or Cash SI 93, etc.
Hez Fast As Cash's second dam is the two-time champion Corona Chick ($591,326), by Chicks Beduino. Also a former AQHA Racing Broodmare of the Year, she has produced 13 ROM including Grade 1 winner and leading sire Valiant Hero ($668,633); Grade 1 winner and #2 leading living sire of money earners Corona Cartel ($557,142); stakes winner and sire Corona Czech ($125,759); Texas Classic Futurity (G1) runner-up and stakes sire Mighty Corona ($309,216); All American Futurity (G1) third-place finisher and a leading sire Captain Courage ($213,251) and stakes-placed and Grade 1 finalist Coco Corona ($37,414).
For additional information or breeding contracts or shipped semen to Hez Fast As Cash, call Raeanne Martin at 985-893-3839.
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