Jay Adcock's Red River Farm in Coushhata, La., has added three new stallions to its roster for 2015: Grade 2 Strub Stakes winner Guilt Trip, two-time G3 Stoll Keenon Ogden Phoenix Stakes winner Sum of the Parts, and two-time graded stakes placed Cameo Appearance.
Guilt Trip, a 5-year-old son of Pulpit out of Mysterieuse Etoile, by Quiet American, won the Strub for Gary and Mary West and trainer Bob Baffert. Overall, the colt won 3-of-14 starts and earned $301,217. Guilt Trip's 2015 stud fee is $2,500 live foal stands and nurses.
Gary and Mary West bred and raced Cameo Appearance. He is a Kentucky-bred son of Majestic Warrior, like Pulpit a son of leading sire A.P. Indy, and out of the Tiznow mare Sweet Beat. Cameo Appearance won 4-of-8 starts under the conditioning of Wayne Catalano. He earned $228,678. Cameo Appearance finished second to Broadway Empire in the G3 Oklahoma Derby and third to Departing in the G2 Super Derby. His 2015 LFSN will be $1,500.
Sum of the Parts, by the Gone West stallion Speightstown out of Enjoy the Moment, by Slew's Royalty, won 9-of-26 starts and earned $876,189. He raced for most of his career in the name of Klaravich Stables and was trained by Tom Amoss. Sum of the Parts will stand for $2,000 LFSN.
For more information, visit the Red River Farms website.
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