Grade I Winner Americanrevolution Anchors Rockridge Stallions for 2024

Americanrevolution | Sarah Andrew

Standing in partnership with WinStar Farm, CHC Inc., Taylor Made Stallions, Mill Creek Farm and Fortune Farm, Grade I winner Americanrevolution (Constitution) will stand for a fee of $12,500 in his first year at stud at Rockridge Stud in Hudson, New York.

Bred in New York by leading breeders Fred W. Hertrich and John D. Fielding, the chestnut was the top 3-year-old of his generation in the state-bred ranks in 2021, winning the Empire Classic by nearly 12 lengths before validating favoritism in the GI Cigar Mile H. He was also second in the GII Stephen Foster S. and GI Jockey Club Gold Cup in his lone start over a mile and a quarter and retires with five wins from 12 starts for earnings of $1,286,810 while racing for WinStar and CHC.

As previously announced, fellow Cigar Mile winner Mind Control (Stay Thirsty) will cover mares at $8,500 at Irish Hill/Dutchess View Stallions for 2024 as the property of IHDV Stallions, Waldorf Farm and Hidden Lake Farm. Slumber (GB) (Cacique {Ire}, $7,500), Tourist (Tiznow, $3,500), Al Khali (Medaglia d'Oro, $1,500) and Disco Partner (Disco Rico, private) round out the Rockridge roster.

A special 'Brunch with a Champion' will be held Saturday, Dec. 9 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Mill Creek Farm in Stillwater for breeders to inspect Americanrevolution. The farm's annual stallion show and open house will be held Saturday, Jan. 27, 2024 with a full buffet lunch to be served. A drawing for free seasons to each stallion will also be held at the end of the show (winners must be present to win).

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