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Proceed Retired from Racing, to Stand at A and A Ranch
RSS Feeds Friday, September 22, 2017
Proceed, a multiple stakes-winning 6-year-old son of the Fappiano stallion Desert God, will stand the 2018 season at Fred and Linda Alexander’s A & A Ranch at Anthony, New Mexico.

Raced exclusively in New Mexico from 2013-16 for owner Michael C. Stinson, Proceed won eight of 11 starts and earned $468,329. The homebred stallion won six stakes, including two against open company. In 2016, Proceed won the 1 1/8-mile, $75,000 Sunland Park Handicap by 4 1/2 lengths in 1:47.37, breaking the track record that was set just three weeks earlier by Firing Line in the Grade 3, $800,000 Sunland Derby. Firing Line went on to run second to eventual Triple Crown winner American Pharoah in the $2-million Kentucky Derby (G1).

Proceed is out of Annis, a winning daughter of the Glitterman stallion Texas Glitter and a half sister to stakes winner Cinnamon Road. Proceed is a half brother to Worthington, the winner of the 2011 Minstrel Stakes at Louisiana Downs and the runner-up in the ’13 Ruidoso Thoroughbred Championship at Ruidoso Downs.

Proceed’s second dam, the winning Montbrook mare Baybrook, is a half sister to Lunar Bounty, the winner of the 2001 Bashford Manor Stakes (G2) at Churchill Downs.

During his racing career, Proceed was trained by Joel Marr. A & A Ranch will announced Proceed’s stud fee at a later date.

In The News

Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Nine stakes races, including two restricted to New Mexico-breds, were contested on Zia Park’s Wednesday’s “Land of Enchantment Day” program.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Two stakes for New Mexico-breds -- one for Thoroughbreds and one for Quarter Horses -- will be featured on Wednesday’s $1.303-million Land of Enchantment Day program at Zia Park.
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Jockeys Ry Eikleberry and Roimes Chirinos each rode the winners of two races during Sunday’s $2-million New Mexico Cup Day program at Zia Park.
Thursday, October 26, 2017
A total of 131 New Mexico-bred Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses has been entered in Sunday’s New Mexico Cup races at Zia Park. Purses for the 12 races -- eight for Thoroughbreds and four for Quarter Horses -- will exceed $2 million, once again making New Mexico Cup day the richest state- or province-bred day of racing in North America.




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