Rancho San Miguel stallion Typhoon Slew sired his first career winner when Master Juba won on Saturday at Santa Anita by over five lengths.
Master Juba, from the first crop of Typhoon Slew, is only his sire's second runner. He's started twice and has earned $19,551.
The 3-year-old gelding was bred by Woodstock Racing Stable and is co-owned by Woodstock Racing Stable and Jim Syren. Master Juba was produced from the Bertrando broodmare Promenade.
Typhoon Slew was a maiden special weight winner at two and placed in the Grade 3 With Anticipation Stakes at Saratoga as a juvenile. Additionally, he finished fourth in the G1 Dixiana Breeders' Futurity that same season.
Typhoon Slew is by champion Sire Stormy Atlantic, out of the multiple stakes-producing Slewpy mare Hepatica. He is standing at Rancho San Miguel for $1,000 live foal.
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