Boisterous Relocated To Diamond B Farm In Pennsylvania

by | 01.02.2020 | 5:18pm
Boisterous wins the Man o'War Stakes

Boisterous, a Grade 1 winner with a developing resume at stud, will relocate to Diamond B Farm in Mohrsville, Penn., for the 2020 breeding season, BloodHorse reports.

The 13-year-old Distorted Humor horse will stand for an advertised fee of $2,500. He began his stallion career in 2015 at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds in Santa Ynez, Calif., and his oldest foals are 4-year-olds of 2020.

Leading the way among the early runners for Boisterous is Kookie Gal, who won the one-mile Soviet Problem Stakes as a juvenile at Los Alamitos.

Boisterous finished his own racing career with 12 wins in 35 career starts for earnings of $1,458,792, highlighted by victories in the Grade 1 Man O'War Stakes, the G2 Red Smith Handicap (twice), and Monmouth Stakes, and the G3 Knickerbocker Stakes (twice), and Fort Marcy Stakes.

Bred in Kentucky by Cynthia Phipps, Boisterous is out of the Grade 1-placed Cox's Ridge mare Emanating, making him a half-brother to Grade 3-placed Peyton and Japanese stakes-placed Lulu Le' Mon. Grade 1 winner Gold Fever is in his extended family.

Read more at BloodHorse.

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