2014 – bay horse- 16 hands
SOMEBEACHSOMEWHERE – WILD WEST SHOW – WESTERN HANOVER
25 Starts – 15 Wins – 8 Placings
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Eligible: Cobbitty Equine Classic, NSW Breeders Challenge, Breeders Crown, Bathurst Gold Crown, True Blue Bonus (Owner) & NSW Breeders Challenge Bonuses (Owner & Breeder), Vicbred*, QBred*, WABred*, TASBred* & Southern Cross*. (* please check full eligibility conditions with respective states) NSW FOALS ELIGIBLE FOR $9,500 & OTHER FOALS $6,500 IN BONUSES PLUS PRIZEMONEY (for 1st win in NSW)
The sensational USA 2YO Pacer of the Year and World Champion Huntsville (p,2,1:49; 3,1:47.4 ($1,704,242)
Huntsville defeated the best of his generation on his way to accumulating 15 wins and nine placings from 25 lifetime starts at two and three while banking over $1.7 million in earnings.
It’s no wonder Huntsville excelled on the racetrack – his pedigree is nothing short of royalty. His sire, the late Somebeachsomewhere needs no introduction. In Australia, Beach has sired 405 winners from 450 starters who have earned over $34 million including the standout Group 1 Champions Our Waikiki Beach p,1:50.4 ($1,063,256), Poster Boy p,1:49.1 ($803,310) and Maajida p,1:50.3 ($663,830).
Huntsville dam Wild West Show p,4,1:53.3 ($217,714) is by Western Hanover out of the Artsplace mare Sweet On Art combining two of the most influential sire lines in modern history. Wild West Show has been a prolific broodmare, already producing Huntsville, Stevensville (p,3,1:50.1f, $493,359), Cowboy Terrier (p,1:50.1f, $448,480), and the very fast two-year-old of 2017 Wild Bill p,2,1:52.3, from just five foals of racing age. In 2017, she received the prestigious honour of USA Broodmare of the Year.
In 25 lifetime starts he had 15 wins and 8 seconds, finishing off the board only one time in his career. Huntsville was voted U.S. two-year old pacer of the year in 2016 and paced to a world record mile of 1:49 at the Red Mile, winning the International Stallion Stake. His two-year-old campaign also included a track record-setting performance at the Meadowlands, winning the Breeders Crown in 1:49.1, as well as wins in the Bluegrass and the Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Championship.
Huntsville retired as the fastest three-year-old of 2017, with a mark of 1:47.4 that he earned winning the Meadowlands Pace. He bankrolled $1,014,428 this year at three, boasting victories in the Cane Pace and Jenna’s Beach Boy, while finishing second in the North America Cup. He retired as the second richest son of the great Somebeachsomewhere, behind only Captaintreacherous.
Huntsville’s progeny are running rampant in both the North and Southern Hemisphere at the moment…
In Australia alone Huntsville has already sired numerous Group race winners from his first crop while taking out 2022 Leading First Crop Sire.
Only early into his stallion career in Australia, Huntsville has sired already numerous Group One, Group Two and Group Three winners. His first crop in their first two year old season banked over $1 Million dollars in prizemoney with 58 individual starts for 38 individual winners.
With standouts …
TARDELLI – 8 Starts for 7 wins – 2 x Group One wins – Bathurst Gold Crown Final and Redcliffe Yearling Sales Race
MISTER HUNTER – 5 Starts for 3 wins – 1 x Group One – Australian Pacing Gold Bullion Final
FLAMETREE – 10 Starts for 5 wins – Australian Pacing Gold Bullion 2YO Fillies Final G2 and 2YO Fillies Gold Bracelet G3
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