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Genuine Strawfly

Strawfly Special / High Fashion Dash, by Dash For Cash
1999, Sor | Year entered Stud: | Fee: $2,000

Grade 1 Winner and Leading Sire

  • Won the 2002 All American Derby (G1), defeating AQHA champion Tres Seis, and the 2002 Ruidoso Derby (G2).
  • Sire of earners of more than $5 million, with average earnings of nearly $29,000 per starter, including ONE DIAMOND KITTY (SI 108, 2011 $516,742), HERE KITTYKITTYKITTY (SI 102, 2011 $374,406), JENUINE JOY (SI 104, 2011 $381,680, the nation's number 1 money-earning aged mare), GENUINE STREAKER (SI 114, 2011, $258,046), FLASHY DOLLARHIDE (SI 106, 2011 $216,459), and GENUINE AMERICAN (SI 104, 2011 $210,518).
  • Half brother to Grade 3 stakes winner CORONA HIGH (SI 104, $117,397).
  • Out of a half sister to 1998 All American Futurity (G1) winner FALLING IN LOVEAGAIN.
  • Cooled semen available.

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Standing at: Buena Suerte Equine

No Website for this farm. Contact: Dr. Leonard Blach

Roswell NM, USA 88203

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Modified On: 3/14/2012

Genuine Strawfly - New Mexico Horse Breeders' Association


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