Solera Farm in Williston, Florida, will hold an open house at the farm from 3 to 5:30 p. m. on Friday, Jan. 5, to present Canadian Sprint Champion and millionaire Field Commission. Refreshments will be served and there will be drawings for complimentary stallion seasons.
Field Commission is by the Deputy Minister stallion Service Stripe. During his racing career, he compiled a record of 8-7-5 in 30 starts while earning $1,098,628. Field Commission was named Canada's Sprint Champion as a 4-year-old, after a campaign in which he won Woodbine's G2 Nearctic Stakes and G3 Vigil Stakes, and placed in four other graded races.
Field Commission is sire of just 36 starters, but he has already has 21 winners who have scored at major tracks from coast-to-coast, with progeny earnings of more than $719,000. There are 41 yearlings waiting in the wings for 2018.
Among his winners are Drafted, who captured his career debut at Keeneland while setting a track record of :50.45 for 4 1/2 furlongs that still stands, and Ten Hut, a seven-time winner with earnings of $152,904. Field Commission is also the sire of Charlie Riffic, second in the $50,000 John Kirby Stakes, and Tarawa, who broke her maiden by six lengths at Saratoga and finished fourth in the G3 Matron Stakes at Belmont Park.
For more information, call Dr. Krista Seltzer at (352) 804-0333.
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