The Lumber Guy

Grand Slam / Boltono, by Unbridled's Song
2009, GR/RO

Nominated to: Breeders' Cup, NYSS
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The Lumber Guy

The Lumber Guy

NY Horse of the Year & Eclipse Finalist

  • Exceptionally fast Grade 1 winner of $790,300
  • New York Horse of the Year, 3YO Champion, and Sprint Champion - Eclipse Finalist as Champion Sprinter
  • Ran the Best Beyer Speed Figure of any 3-year-old sprinter in 2012 - 110 Beyer
  • Ran the Fastest Ragozin of any 3-year-old in 2012 - 3/4 Rag in BC Sprint - faster than Bodemeister, Paynter, I'll Have Another, Trinniberg, etc.
  • Won four of his first six starts, incl. $400,000 Vosburgh S. (G1) at 6f and $200,000 Jerome S. (G2) at 8f
  • Broke his maiden by 9 1/4 lengths in career debut
  • 2nd by just 3/4L in the $1,500,000 Breeders' Cup Sprint (G1), faster Rag than the winner
  • Triple-Digit Beyers coast to coast, incl. two of the three best sprint Beyers by any 3-year-old his year
  • Also won or placed in three more stakes, incl. $300,000 Fall Highweight H. (G3) under 133 lbs.
  • The only stallion in New York by Gone West's son Grand Slam
  • Dam, by Unbridled's Song, has produced three SWs from four runners
  • Outcross within 4 generations - free of Seattle Slew/A.P. Indy
  • First foals arrive 2015

Inquiries to Des Dempsey
Phone: (888) 816-8787
Standing at: KEANE STUD
Amenia, NY

Race and (Stakes) Record


Age Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
3 8 4 (3) 1 (1) 0 $736,050
4 5 0 1 (1) 1 (1) $54,250
Total 13 4 (3) 2 (2) 1 (1) $790,300

Racing Highlights

Won At 3

  • Vosburgh Invitational S. [G1] at Belmont (6f, $400,000, by 1 1/4, in 1:09.22, defeating Poseidon's Warrior, Justin Phillip, Fort Loudon, etc.). 110 Beyer Speed Figure, Best Sprint # of the year by a 3YO.
  • Jerome S. [G2] at Aqueduct (8f, $200,000, co-topweight, wire to wire)
  • Miracle Wood at Laurel (7f, $76,500, by 4 1/2, wire to wire)
  • Maiden special weight at Aqueduct (6f, debut, by 9 1/4, wire to wire in 1:10.20)

2nd At 3

  • Breeders' Cup Sprint [G1] at Santa Anita (6f, by 3/4 to Trinniberg, defeating Amazombie, Smiling Tiger, Sum of the Parts, Justin Phillip, Fast Bullet, Coil, Jimmy Creed, etc.). 106 Beyer Speed Figure

2nd At 4

  • Chowder's First S. at Saratoga (6 1/2f, $100,000, top weight).

3rd At 4

  • Fall Highweight H. [G3] at Aqueduct (6f, $300,000, by 2 lengths, carried 133 lbs.)
Dosage Profile: DP = 10-11-13-0-0 (34) DI = 4.23
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GRAND SLAM (USA) b. 1995 GONE WEST (USA) br. 1984 [IC] MR. PROSPECTOR (USA) b. 1970 [BC] RAISE A NATIVE (USA)
GOLD DIGGER (USA)
SECRETTAME (USA) ch. 1978 SECRETARIAT (USA)
TAMERETT (USA)
BRIGHT CANDLES (USA) ch. 1987 EL GRAN SENOR (USA) b. 1981 NORTHERN DANCER (CAN)
SEX APPEAL (USA)
CHRISTMAS BONUS (USA) dkb/br. 1978 KEY TO THE MINT (USA)
SUGAR PLUM TIME (USA)
BOLTONO (USA) gr/r. 2000 UNBRIDLEDS SONG (USA) gr/r. 1993 UNBRIDLED (USA) b. 1987 [BI] FAPPIANO (USA)
GANA FACIL (USA)
TROLLEY SONG (USA) gr. 1983 CARO (IRE)
LUCKY SPELL (USA)
BUCKAROO ZOO (USA) b. 1993 BUCKAROO (USA) b. 1975 [BI] BUCKPASSER (USA)
STEPPING HIGH (USA)
GENERAL CHANEL (USA) b. 1986 GENERAL HOLME (USA)
JOY RETURNED (USA)

 

Alan Porter Breeding Analysis for The Lumber Guy

Winner of the Vosburgh Stakes (gr. I) with a 110 Beyer, and runner-up in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I), The Lumber Guy has strong claims to being considered the fastest three-year-old of his crop. He is by Grand Slam, a multiple grade one winning two-year-old and champion siring son of Gone West, out of an Unbridled’s Song mare who has produced three stakes winners.

The Lumber Guy’s offspring will be free of Northern Dancer at four generations, and Grand Slam has done well with a wide variety of branches of that line. The cross with Deputy Minister line mares has been a particularly good one producing a grade one winner from a mare by French Deputy, and graded winners from daughter of Salt Lake, and Deputy Minister himself, and stakes winners from daughters of Silver Deputy (sire of Posse) and Touch Gold.  Other sources of Deputy Minister include Dehere (sire of Graeme Hall), Awesome Again (sire of Ghostzapper), Forest Camp and Deputy Commander.

The Lumber Guy is half-sister to a stakes winner by Stormin Fever, a son of Storm Cat, and the cross of Grand Slam with mares from the Storm Cat line has produced stakes winners out of mares by Tabasco Cat, Forest Wildcat (sire of Wildcat Heir and D’Wildcat), Tale of the Cat (sire of Lion Heart) and Hennessy (sire of Henny Hughes and Johannesburg; grandsire of Scat Daddy). This also suggests trying Stormy Atlantic (bred on the same cross as Stormin Fever), Storm Boot, Storm Creek, Sea of Secrets, Forestry, Giant’s Causeway, Harlan’s Holiday, Bernstein, Mountain Cat, Sir Cat, Freud, High Yield and Tactical Cat. There is also a graded stakes winner by Grand Slam out of a mare by Storm Cat’s sire, Storm Bird (also sire of Summer Squall). Grand Slam has sired four stakes winners out of mares by sons and grandsons of Nijinsky II, including out of mares by Royal Academy, Seattle Dancer, Caerfolie (by Caerleon) and Mud Route (by Strawberry Road), and daughters of Sky Classic would also appeal.

Grand Slam and sons have sired stakes winners out of mares by Nureyev himself and out of mares by Nureyev sons Soviet Star and Spinning World, which also suggests daughters of Theatrical, Atticus, Fasliyev and Stravinsky. Out of mares descending from Nureyev’s three-quarters brother, Sadler’s Wells, Grand Slam and sons have sired four stakes winners, including out of a daughter of El Prado (sire of Medaglia d’Oro, Kitten’s Joy and Artie Schiller). There are four stakes winners by Grand Slam and sons out of mares from the Danzig line, including from daughters of Langfuhr, Polish Numbers and War Chant. Among the other sources of Danzig are Pine Bluff, Belong to Me, Langfuhr, Boundary, Chief’s Crown, Concerto, Danzig Connection, Exchange Rate, Honor Grades, Lost Soldier, War Front (who looks particularly interesting), Danzig Connection, Katowice and Ghazi (by Polish Navy). Grand Slam has a grade two winning millionaire out of a mare by Dixieland Band and a stakes winner out a mare by that horse’s son, Kentucky Jazz, which would indicate testing mares by Dixie Union, Dixie Brass, Dixieland Heat, Chimes Band, Citidancer and Hook and Ladder.

From the line of Icecapade, a three-quarters relative to Northern Dancer, we can note success for Grand Slam and his sons with Wild Deputy and his sire Wild Again (also sire of Wild RushOfflee Wild, Vicar, Milwaukee Brew and Whiskey Wisdom).

The Lumber Guy is half-brother to a stakes winner by a son of A.P. Indy. Grand Slam has a grade two winner out of an A.P. Indy mare, and two of his sons have stakes winners out of mares from that line, suggesting trying mares by such as Stephen Got Even (broodmare sire of a Grand Slam line stakes winner), Pulpit, Malibu Moon, Mineshaft, Golden Missile, Old Trieste, Congrats, Flatter, Bernardini, Tapit, Sky Mesa and Jump Start.  A.P. Indy is by Seattle Slew, and there are also four stakes winners by Grand Slam out of mares from the Capote branch of this line, suggesting trying mares by Boston Harbor and Matty G., and his son Mayakovsky.

Grand Slam and his sons have sired stakes winners out of mares from three branches of the Caro line, out of daughters of Cozzene, In Excess (by Siberian Express, and also sire of Indian Charlie) and With Approval (sire of Talkin Man). Caro through the Argentine sire, Parade Marshal, broodmare sire of a Grand Slam graded stakes winner would also be intriguing.

Grand Slam has sired two stakes winners out of mares by Pleasant Colony, and there is also a stakes winner by a son of Grand Slam out of a mare by Pleasant Colony son St. Jovite, and this strain might also be sourced through Pleasant Tap, Pleasantly Perfect, Colonial Affair, Cherokee Colony, Roanoke and Lac Ouimet. Grand Slam also sired Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I) winner Cajun Beat out of a mare by Cure the Blues (sire of American Chance), and stakes winners out of mares  by Lord At War, Olympio, Dynaformer and Kris S. (sire of Arch, Rock Hard Ten, Prized, You and I and Kissin Kris).

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Race and (Stakes) Record


Age Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
3 8 4 (3) 1 (1) 0 $736,050
4 5 0 1 (1) 1 (1) $54,250
Total 13 4 (3) 2 (2) 1 (1) $790,300

Racing Highlights

Won At 3

  • Vosburgh Invitational S. [G1] at Belmont (6f, $400,000, by 1 1/4, in 1:09.22, defeating Poseidon's Warrior, Justin Phillip, Fort Loudon, etc.). 110 Beyer Speed Figure, Best Sprint # of the year by a 3YO.
  • Jerome S. [G2] at Aqueduct (8f, $200,000, co-topweight, wire to wire)
  • Miracle Wood at Laurel (7f, $76,500, by 4 1/2, wire to wire)
  • Maiden special weight at Aqueduct (6f, debut, by 9 1/4, wire to wire in 1:10.20)

2nd At 3

  • Breeders' Cup Sprint [G1] at Santa Anita (6f, by 3/4 to Trinniberg, defeating Amazombie, Smiling Tiger, Sum of the Parts, Justin Phillip, Fast Bullet, Coil, Jimmy Creed, etc.). 106 Beyer Speed Figure

2nd At 4

  • Chowder's First S. at Saratoga (6 1/2f, $100,000, top weight).

3rd At 4

  • Fall Highweight H. [G3] at Aqueduct (6f, $300,000, by 2 lengths, carried 133 lbs.)
Dosage Profile: DP = 10-11-13-0-0 (34) DI = 4.23
GRAND SLAM (USA) b. 1995 GONE WEST (USA) br. 1984 [IC] MR. PROSPECTOR (USA) b. 1970 [BC] RAISE A NATIVE (USA)
GOLD DIGGER (USA)
SECRETTAME (USA) ch. 1978 SECRETARIAT (USA)
TAMERETT (USA)
BRIGHT CANDLES (USA) ch. 1987 EL GRAN SENOR (USA) b. 1981 NORTHERN DANCER (CAN)
SEX APPEAL (USA)
CHRISTMAS BONUS (USA) dkb/br. 1978 KEY TO THE MINT (USA)
SUGAR PLUM TIME (USA)
BOLTONO (USA) gr/r. 2000 UNBRIDLEDS SONG (USA) gr/r. 1993 UNBRIDLED (USA) b. 1987 [BI] FAPPIANO (USA)
GANA FACIL (USA)
TROLLEY SONG (USA) gr. 1983 CARO (IRE)
LUCKY SPELL (USA)
BUCKAROO ZOO (USA) b. 1993 BUCKAROO (USA) b. 1975 [BI] BUCKPASSER (USA)
STEPPING HIGH (USA)
GENERAL CHANEL (USA) b. 1986 GENERAL HOLME (USA)
JOY RETURNED (USA)

 

Alan Porter Breeding Analysis for The Lumber Guy

Winner of the Vosburgh Stakes (gr. I) with a 110 Beyer, and runner-up in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I), The Lumber Guy has strong claims to being considered the fastest three-year-old of his crop. He is by Grand Slam, a multiple grade one winning two-year-old and champion siring son of Gone West, out of an Unbridled’s Song mare who has produced three stakes winners.

The Lumber Guy’s offspring will be free of Northern Dancer at four generations, and Grand Slam has done well with a wide variety of branches of that line. The cross with Deputy Minister line mares has been a particularly good one producing a grade one winner from a mare by French Deputy, and graded winners from daughter of Salt Lake, and Deputy Minister himself, and stakes winners from daughters of Silver Deputy (sire of Posse) and Touch Gold.  Other sources of Deputy Minister include Dehere (sire of Graeme Hall), Awesome Again (sire of Ghostzapper), Forest Camp and Deputy Commander.

The Lumber Guy is half-sister to a stakes winner by Stormin Fever, a son of Storm Cat, and the cross of Grand Slam with mares from the Storm Cat line has produced stakes winners out of mares by Tabasco Cat, Forest Wildcat (sire of Wildcat Heir and D’Wildcat), Tale of the Cat (sire of Lion Heart) and Hennessy (sire of Henny Hughes and Johannesburg; grandsire of Scat Daddy). This also suggests trying Stormy Atlantic (bred on the same cross as Stormin Fever), Storm Boot, Storm Creek, Sea of Secrets, Forestry, Giant’s Causeway, Harlan’s Holiday, Bernstein, Mountain Cat, Sir Cat, Freud, High Yield and Tactical Cat. There is also a graded stakes winner by Grand Slam out of a mare by Storm Cat’s sire, Storm Bird (also sire of Summer Squall). Grand Slam has sired four stakes winners out of mares by sons and grandsons of Nijinsky II, including out of mares by Royal Academy, Seattle Dancer, Caerfolie (by Caerleon) and Mud Route (by Strawberry Road), and daughters of Sky Classic would also appeal.

Grand Slam and sons have sired stakes winners out of mares by Nureyev himself and out of mares by Nureyev sons Soviet Star and Spinning World, which also suggests daughters of Theatrical, Atticus, Fasliyev and Stravinsky. Out of mares descending from Nureyev’s three-quarters brother, Sadler’s Wells, Grand Slam and sons have sired four stakes winners, including out of a daughter of El Prado (sire of Medaglia d’Oro, Kitten’s Joy and Artie Schiller). There are four stakes winners by Grand Slam and sons out of mares from the Danzig line, including from daughters of Langfuhr, Polish Numbers and War Chant. Among the other sources of Danzig are Pine Bluff, Belong to Me, Langfuhr, Boundary, Chief’s Crown, Concerto, Danzig Connection, Exchange Rate, Honor Grades, Lost Soldier, War Front (who looks particularly interesting), Danzig Connection, Katowice and Ghazi (by Polish Navy). Grand Slam has a grade two winning millionaire out of a mare by Dixieland Band and a stakes winner out a mare by that horse’s son, Kentucky Jazz, which would indicate testing mares by Dixie Union, Dixie Brass, Dixieland Heat, Chimes Band, Citidancer and Hook and Ladder.

From the line of Icecapade, a three-quarters relative to Northern Dancer, we can note success for Grand Slam and his sons with Wild Deputy and his sire Wild Again (also sire of Wild RushOfflee Wild, Vicar, Milwaukee Brew and Whiskey Wisdom).

The Lumber Guy is half-brother to a stakes winner by a son of A.P. Indy. Grand Slam has a grade two winner out of an A.P. Indy mare, and two of his sons have stakes winners out of mares from that line, suggesting trying mares by such as Stephen Got Even (broodmare sire of a Grand Slam line stakes winner), Pulpit, Malibu Moon, Mineshaft, Golden Missile, Old Trieste, Congrats, Flatter, Bernardini, Tapit, Sky Mesa and Jump Start.  A.P. Indy is by Seattle Slew, and there are also four stakes winners by Grand Slam out of mares from the Capote branch of this line, suggesting trying mares by Boston Harbor and Matty G., and his son Mayakovsky.

Grand Slam and his sons have sired stakes winners out of mares from three branches of the Caro line, out of daughters of Cozzene, In Excess (by Siberian Express, and also sire of Indian Charlie) and With Approval (sire of Talkin Man). Caro through the Argentine sire, Parade Marshal, broodmare sire of a Grand Slam graded stakes winner would also be intriguing.

Grand Slam has sired two stakes winners out of mares by Pleasant Colony, and there is also a stakes winner by a son of Grand Slam out of a mare by Pleasant Colony son St. Jovite, and this strain might also be sourced through Pleasant Tap, Pleasantly Perfect, Colonial Affair, Cherokee Colony, Roanoke and Lac Ouimet. Grand Slam also sired Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I) winner Cajun Beat out of a mare by Cure the Blues (sire of American Chance), and stakes winners out of mares  by Lord At War, Olympio, Dynaformer and Kris S. (sire of Arch, Rock Hard Ten, Prized, You and I and Kissin Kris).

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The Lumber Guy
  • Exceptionally fast Grade 1 winner of $790,300
  • New York Horse of the Year, 3YO Champion, and Sprint Champion - Eclipse Finalist as Champion Sprinter
  • Ran the Best Beyer Speed Figure of any 3-year-old sprinter in 2012 - 110 Beyer
  • Ran the Fastest Ragozin of any 3-year-old in 2012 - 3/4 Rag in BC Sprint - faster than Bodemeister, Paynter, I'll Have Another, Trinniberg, etc.
  • Won four of his first six starts, incl. $400,000 Vosburgh S. (G1) at 6f and $200,000 Jerome S. (G2) at 8f
  • Broke his maiden by 9 1/4 lengths in career debut
  • 2nd by just 3/4L in the $1,500,000 Breeders' Cup Sprint (G1), faster Rag than the winner
  • Triple-Digit Beyers coast to coast, incl. two of the three best sprint Beyers by any 3-year-old his year
  • Also won or placed in three more stakes, incl. $300,000 Fall Highweight H. (G3) under 133 lbs.
  • The only stallion in New York by Gone West's son Grand Slam
  • Dam, by Unbridled's Song, has produced three SWs from four runners
  • Outcross within 4 generations - free of Seattle Slew/A.P. Indy
  • First foals arrive 2015

Inquiries to Des Dempsey
Phone: (888) 816-8787
Standing at: KEANE STUD
Amenia, NY

Race and (Stakes) Record


Age Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earnings
3 8 4 (3) 1 (1) 0 $736,050
4 5 0 1 (1) 1 (1) $54,250
Total 13 4 (3) 2 (2) 1 (1) $790,300

Racing Highlights

Won At 3

  • Vosburgh Invitational S. [G1] at Belmont (6f, $400,000, by 1 1/4, in 1:09.22, defeating Poseidon's Warrior, Justin Phillip, Fort Loudon, etc.). 110 Beyer Speed Figure, Best Sprint # of the year by a 3YO.
  • Jerome S. [G2] at Aqueduct (8f, $200,000, co-topweight, wire to wire)
  • Miracle Wood at Laurel (7f, $76,500, by 4 1/2, wire to wire)
  • Maiden special weight at Aqueduct (6f, debut, by 9 1/4, wire to wire in 1:10.20)

2nd At 3

  • Breeders' Cup Sprint [G1] at Santa Anita (6f, by 3/4 to Trinniberg, defeating Amazombie, Smiling Tiger, Sum of the Parts, Justin Phillip, Fast Bullet, Coil, Jimmy Creed, etc.). 106 Beyer Speed Figure

2nd At 4

  • Chowder's First S. at Saratoga (6 1/2f, $100,000, top weight).

3rd At 4

  • Fall Highweight H. [G3] at Aqueduct (6f, $300,000, by 2 lengths, carried 133 lbs.)
GRAND SLAM (USA) b. 1995 GONE WEST (USA) br. 1984 [IC] MR. PROSPECTOR (USA) b. 1970 [BC] RAISE A NATIVE (USA)
GOLD DIGGER (USA)
SECRETTAME (USA) ch. 1978 SECRETARIAT (USA)
TAMERETT (USA)
BRIGHT CANDLES (USA) ch. 1987 EL GRAN SENOR (USA) b. 1981 NORTHERN DANCER (CAN)
SEX APPEAL (USA)
CHRISTMAS BONUS (USA) dkb/br. 1978 KEY TO THE MINT (USA)
SUGAR PLUM TIME (USA)
BOLTONO (USA) gr/r. 2000 UNBRIDLEDS SONG (USA) gr/r. 1993 UNBRIDLED (USA) b. 1987 [BI] FAPPIANO (USA)
GANA FACIL (USA)
TROLLEY SONG (USA) gr. 1983 CARO (IRE)
LUCKY SPELL (USA)
BUCKAROO ZOO (USA) b. 1993 BUCKAROO (USA) b. 1975 [BI] BUCKPASSER (USA)
STEPPING HIGH (USA)
GENERAL CHANEL (USA) b. 1986 GENERAL HOLME (USA)
JOY RETURNED (USA)

 

Alan Porter Breeding Analysis for The Lumber Guy

Winner of the Vosburgh Stakes (gr. I) with a 110 Beyer, and runner-up in the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I), The Lumber Guy has strong claims to being considered the fastest three-year-old of his crop. He is by Grand Slam, a multiple grade one winning two-year-old and champion siring son of Gone West, out of an Unbridled’s Song mare who has produced three stakes winners.

The Lumber Guy’s offspring will be free of Northern Dancer at four generations, and Grand Slam has done well with a wide variety of branches of that line. The cross with Deputy Minister line mares has been a particularly good one producing a grade one winner from a mare by French Deputy, and graded winners from daughter of Salt Lake, and Deputy Minister himself, and stakes winners from daughters of Silver Deputy (sire of Posse) and Touch Gold.  Other sources of Deputy Minister include Dehere (sire of Graeme Hall), Awesome Again (sire of Ghostzapper), Forest Camp and Deputy Commander.

The Lumber Guy is half-sister to a stakes winner by Stormin Fever, a son of Storm Cat, and the cross of Grand Slam with mares from the Storm Cat line has produced stakes winners out of mares by Tabasco Cat, Forest Wildcat (sire of Wildcat Heir and D’Wildcat), Tale of the Cat (sire of Lion Heart) and Hennessy (sire of Henny Hughes and Johannesburg; grandsire of Scat Daddy). This also suggests trying Stormy Atlantic (bred on the same cross as Stormin Fever), Storm Boot, Storm Creek, Sea of Secrets, Forestry, Giant’s Causeway, Harlan’s Holiday, Bernstein, Mountain Cat, Sir Cat, Freud, High Yield and Tactical Cat. There is also a graded stakes winner by Grand Slam out of a mare by Storm Cat’s sire, Storm Bird (also sire of Summer Squall). Grand Slam has sired four stakes winners out of mares by sons and grandsons of Nijinsky II, including out of mares by Royal Academy, Seattle Dancer, Caerfolie (by Caerleon) and Mud Route (by Strawberry Road), and daughters of Sky Classic would also appeal.

Grand Slam and sons have sired stakes winners out of mares by Nureyev himself and out of mares by Nureyev sons Soviet Star and Spinning World, which also suggests daughters of Theatrical, Atticus, Fasliyev and Stravinsky. Out of mares descending from Nureyev’s three-quarters brother, Sadler’s Wells, Grand Slam and sons have sired four stakes winners, including out of a daughter of El Prado (sire of Medaglia d’Oro, Kitten’s Joy and Artie Schiller). There are four stakes winners by Grand Slam and sons out of mares from the Danzig line, including from daughters of Langfuhr, Polish Numbers and War Chant. Among the other sources of Danzig are Pine Bluff, Belong to Me, Langfuhr, Boundary, Chief’s Crown, Concerto, Danzig Connection, Exchange Rate, Honor Grades, Lost Soldier, War Front (who looks particularly interesting), Danzig Connection, Katowice and Ghazi (by Polish Navy). Grand Slam has a grade two winning millionaire out of a mare by Dixieland Band and a stakes winner out a mare by that horse’s son, Kentucky Jazz, which would indicate testing mares by Dixie Union, Dixie Brass, Dixieland Heat, Chimes Band, Citidancer and Hook and Ladder.

From the line of Icecapade, a three-quarters relative to Northern Dancer, we can note success for Grand Slam and his sons with Wild Deputy and his sire Wild Again (also sire of Wild RushOfflee Wild, Vicar, Milwaukee Brew and Whiskey Wisdom).

The Lumber Guy is half-brother to a stakes winner by a son of A.P. Indy. Grand Slam has a grade two winner out of an A.P. Indy mare, and two of his sons have stakes winners out of mares from that line, suggesting trying mares by such as Stephen Got Even (broodmare sire of a Grand Slam line stakes winner), Pulpit, Malibu Moon, Mineshaft, Golden Missile, Old Trieste, Congrats, Flatter, Bernardini, Tapit, Sky Mesa and Jump Start.  A.P. Indy is by Seattle Slew, and there are also four stakes winners by Grand Slam out of mares from the Capote branch of this line, suggesting trying mares by Boston Harbor and Matty G., and his son Mayakovsky.

Grand Slam and his sons have sired stakes winners out of mares from three branches of the Caro line, out of daughters of Cozzene, In Excess (by Siberian Express, and also sire of Indian Charlie) and With Approval (sire of Talkin Man). Caro through the Argentine sire, Parade Marshal, broodmare sire of a Grand Slam graded stakes winner would also be intriguing.

Grand Slam has sired two stakes winners out of mares by Pleasant Colony, and there is also a stakes winner by a son of Grand Slam out of a mare by Pleasant Colony son St. Jovite, and this strain might also be sourced through Pleasant Tap, Pleasantly Perfect, Colonial Affair, Cherokee Colony, Roanoke and Lac Ouimet. Grand Slam also sired Breeders’ Cup Sprint (gr. I) winner Cajun Beat out of a mare by Cure the Blues (sire of American Chance), and stakes winners out of mares  by Lord At War, Olympio, Dynaformer and Kris S. (sire of Arch, Rock Hard Ten, Prized, You and I and Kissin Kris).

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