Three-time Grade I winner and millionaire Get Stormy has sired his first foal, born Jan. 16. The dark bay colt is out of Delamination (Silic (FR) – Innes, by A.P. Indy), who is a half sister to G2-Placed Melanosporum, and a granddaughter of three-time G1-winning millionaire Kostroma (IRE).
Mary Sullivan's homebred Get Stormy was a Maiden Special Weight winner at two, and went on to win Graded Stakes at ages three, four, five and six under the tutelage of trainer Tom Bush. Known as an enthusiastic frontrunner, he won seven Graded Stakes, and earned $1,606,812.
First foal reported for Country Day
Country Day (Speightstown-Hidden Assets, by Mt. Livermore) has sired his first foal born Jan. 22. The dark bay colt is out of Love in Paris (Not for Love) and is owned by Tracy Strachan.
Country Day was a Stakes winning sprinter on all three surfaces and ran a close second in the 2011 BC Turf Sprint; he amassed earnings of $503,829.
Both stallions stand at Crestwood Farm.
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