Conquest Farenheit Retired To Ballena Vista Farm In California

by | 10.12.2018 | 1:23pm
Conquest Farenheit wins the $75,000 Pasadena Stakes at Santa Anita Park, with Norberto Arroyo Jr. aboard.

Conquest Farenheit, a multiple stakes winning son of Scat Daddy, has been retired and will stand at Ballena Vista Farm for an introductory fee of $3,000 live foal as the property of Rockingham Ranch and Chad Littlefield.

After breaking his maiden by five lengths as a juvenile, he was Grade 2 stakes placed in his second lifetime outing while being campaigned by Conquest Stables, LLC.

Conquest Farenheit, as a 2-year-old, was purchased for $735,000 by Chad Littlefield and Rockingham Ranch from the dispersal of Conquest Stables, LLC and turned over to Peter Miller.

Under his new connections Conquest Farenheit became a multiple stakes winner at three years of age taking the Pasadena Stakes and the Baffle Stakes at Santa Anita. He completed his career with a second place finish in the Rainbow Stakes.

Following his Pasadena Stakes win in wire-to-wire fashion by two and a quarter lengths in 1:33.58, trainer Peter Miller said, “What a horse. This is a serious horse. For him to run that way with fast splits and come away like he did is pretty impressive. It showed he could get two turns and it looked like he had another gear.”

Conquest Farenheit earned $187,655 and is from the multiple stakes producing Holy Bull broodmare Holy Smokie and the immediate family of prominent sire Clever Trick.

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