Lazy E Ranch to Stand Sprinter Afrashad in 2009


GUTHRIE, OK—OCTOBER 1, 2008—Stakes winning Thoroughbred Sprinter Asfrashad will begin his stallion career at Lazy E Ranch near Guthrie, Oklahoma in 2009.

A winner of six of 10 career starts, the son of Smoke Glacken earned $243,723 while winning the Fall Highweight Handicap at Aqueduct, the James B. Mosley Hdcp. at Suffolk Downs, and was third in the Sport Page Breeders’ Cup Handicap (G3) also at Aqueduct. He was also 4th in the Vanderbilt Breeders’ Cup Handicap (G2), Green Desert Mahab Al Shimaal (G3) and Troy Stakes and was first at the 1/4 mile pole in all.

A $500,000 Ocala Breeders' Sales Company Two-Year-Old In Training, Asfrashad was never headed at the quarter and ran the opening quarter in six of his 10 starts in 21 and change.

He is sired by Champion Sprinter Smoke Glacken, a Grade 1 stakes winner of $759,560, with wins that include the Hopeful Stakes (G1). From eight crops to race Smoke Glacken has sired 36 stakes winners with earnings of $29,509,638. As of September 20, 2008, Smoke Glacken is the #11 2008 Leading North American Sire of Thoroughbred 2-Year-Old Money Earners.

Asfrashad is out of the winning Whiteburg (by Crimson Satan) mare Flo White, the dam of three other winners including stakes-placed Star White, who is the dam of Starry Pursuit a Hollywood Park stakes winner of five of six starts to 3, 2008, $194,685.

Butch Wise, manager of Lazy E Ranch said "The influence of the Thoroughbred sprinter in Quarter Horse racing over the past century - horses such as Three Bars, Spotted Bull, Top Deck, Depth Charge, Rocket Bar, Good Bird, Master Hand, Pass Em Up, Hempen, Raise Your Glass, Reb's Policy, Vikingson, Azure Te, Beduino, Zevi, Coup De Kas, and many others too numerous to mention, has been tremendously significant. We have been looking far and wide for a stallion of what we hope is the caliber of the aforementioned stallions."

"We feel that Asfrashad could be that one. He had blistering early speed in three different countries and raced with nothing but the toughs. He posseses the conformation for which Quarter Horse mare owners are searching and he has an early maturing speed pedigree.”

“We invite everyone to come to Lazy E Ranch during the October Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale and see what we are so excited about. Also, check out videos of his races on our website at: We think you will be very impressed," he added.

Asfrashad will stand his first season at Lazy E Ranch for a fee of $1,500. For additional information or breeding contracts contact Butch Wise at 405.282.3437.

Carters Cartel To Stand at Lazy E Ranch in '09

CYPRESS, CA—OCTOBER 5, 2008—Double Bar S Ranch's Champion 2-year-old Colt, Carters Cartel, has been retired from racing and will stand the 2009 season at Lazy E Ranch near Guthrie, Oklahoma. His fee is $6,000.

Butch Wise, Lazy E Ranch manager, made the announcement Saturday evening during a TVG interview from Los Alamitos Race Course.

"He's the profile of stallion that makes a success in the breeding shed—extremely fast, two-time grade 1 winner, track record setter, champion, beautiful pedigree and beautiful individual," Wise said. "We believe horses that have early maturity like Corona Cartel and Carters Cartel have a real high success rate of making sires," he added.

Carters Cartel won or placed in nine of 10 races, including wins in the Ed Burke Million(G1) and Kindergarten Futurity(G1).

The son of leading sire Corona Cartel strung together a six-race win streak at Los Alamitos while earning $659,146 for his breeder Double Bar S Ranch LLC.

He broke his maiden in the Kindergarten Futurity trials by 1-3/4 lengths. He won the Kindergarten final and returned in his next start to set the fastest qualifying time to the Ed Burke Memorial Futurity(G1).

Probably the greatest performance of his career came in the Ed Burke Memorial final when he won the 350 yard race in :17.179 seconds. He broke the 16-year-old track record of :17.220 set by Champion Corona Chick in 1991.

Carters Cartel was also the fastest qualifier to the PCQHRA Breeders' Futurity(G1) (his connections decided to skip the final) and he was a finalist in the Golden State Million Futurity(G1).

His only start this season was a third place finish in the Vandy's Flash Handicap(G3) on July 5th. He was scheduled to race in the PCQHRA and Los Alamitos Derby trials but was retired after suffering a spider bite that forced him out of training.

Carters Cartel is out of the champion 2-year-old filly Jumping Tac Flash, a daughter of Tolltac and full-sister to champion and champion sire Splash Bac. She has produced nine winners, five stakes winners and two-stakes placed runners.

Her other runners include grade 1 winner Tac It Like a Man ($413,563); stakes winner and grade 1 stakes-placed Flash First ($351,719); stakes winner Imjumpn ($56,495); APHA stakes winner Rain Me In; grade 1 stakes-placed A Tac First ($88,793); and stakes-placed Tac Off.

For additional information or breeding contracts contact Butch Wise at 405-282-3437.

Pappasito To Stand at Lazy E Ranch in '09

GUTHRIE, OK—SEPTEMBER 26, 2008—Grade 3 stakes winner Pappasito has been retired from racing will stand his first season in 2009 at Lazy E Ranch in Guthrie, Oklahoma.

Racing for his breeders, Deer Creek Holdings, Pappasito won the Ford New Mexico Juvenile Challenge(G3) at Ruidoso Downs as a two-year-old. From only five starts at 2, he won three races and earned $39,740.

Trained by AQHA Racing's Champion Trainer Paul Jones, the son of leading sire Corona Cartel was retired after suffering a career ending injury.

The royally-bred colt is out of Champion and All American Futurity winner Strawberry Silk, the dam of one champion, four stakes winners and 15 ROM. The daughter of *Beduino(TB) won 11 of 17 starts, $1,266,263, including the All American Futurity(G1), Sun Country Futurity(G1) and placed second in the Rainbow Futurity(G1) and Kansas Futurity(G1).

He is a half-brother to champion and champion sire Stoli ($332,237), grade 3 stakes winner Rousing Encore ($93,233) and stakes winner and grade 1 finalist Cashington ($78,489).

Stoli is the current leading sire of 2008 money earnings including All American Futurity winner, Stolis Winner who has won seven of eight career starts while earning in excess of $1.7 million dollars.

Pappasito will stand for a fee of $1,250. For additional information or breeding contracts please contact Butch Wise of Lazy E Ranch at 405.282.3437 or email inquiries to

Grade 1 Winner Rock Solid Jess to Lazy E Ranch

GUTHRIE, OK—OCTOBER 13, 2008—Grade 1 winner Rock Solid Jess will begin his stallion career in 2009, following his retirement from racing, at Lazy E Ranch near Guthrie, Oklahoma. His fee has not been set.

Racing for Jack Manning, the 3-year-old son of Mr Jess Perry has won or placed in 11 of 17 career starts while earning in excess of $243,000. He won last year's Dash For Cash Futurity(G1) at Lone Star Park and was runner-up in the Ruidoso Juvenile Invitational.

Rock Solid Jess was also a finalist in the Rainbow Derby(G1), West Texas Futurity(G1), Heritage Place Derby(G1) and Hobbs America Derby(G2).

Trained by Michael Wakefield, he is expected to start in the Texas Classic Derby(G1) trials in late November.

Bred by Henry E. Brown, Rock Solid Jesss is out of the grade 3 stakes-placed Tolltac mare Rockin The Tetons. A full sister to stakes winner Outta The Teetons and stakes-placed McSquared, she is the dam of a grade 1 stakes winner, a grade 1 stakes-placed and four ROM from five to race.

Her produce includes grade 1 stakes-placed Jess Rock On, a full brother to Rock Solid Jesss, who earned $155,615 at 2. He was third in the Texas Classic Futurity(G1) and a finalist in the Ruidoso QH Futurity(G1), All American Juvenile Invitational(RG3), and Rainbow Juvenile Invitational(RG3).

For additional information or breeding contracts call Butch Wise, Lazy E Ranch Manager, at 405.282.3437.


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