Alsono Moved To Quad A Ranch In New Mexico For 2019

Multiple stakes winner Alsono has been relocated to Justin and Vanessa Evans’ Quad A Ranch in Anthony, N.M., for the 2019 breeding season, where he will stand for an advertised fee of $1,500.

The 7-year-old son of Limehouse stood his first two seasons at Double LL Farms in Bosque, N.M. His first foals are weanlings of 2018.

After Alsono began his career in Kentucky, Evans bought him privately as a juvenile following the 2013 Fasig-Tipton Summer Selected Horses Of Racing Age Sale, and took him to the southwest to race for owner Tony Pennington, and later Rachel Marzak.

“He was a star for us,” Evans said. “He was one where every time you led him up there, you knew he was going to make something happen. It didn’t matter if he was in going a mile and a sixteenth or if he was in going 870 yards.”

Alsono won nine of 22 starts over four seasons of racing for earnings of $309,079. His victories included the KLAQ Handicap and KHEY Y Country Sprint Stakes at Sunland Park, the Duke City Sprint Stakes and Charles Taylor Derby at Albequerque, the SunRay Park and Casino Handicap at Sunray Park, the Governor’s Cup Stakes at Zia Park, the Norgor Thoroughbred Derby at Ruidoso Downs.

Bred in Kentucky by Ann Marie Farm, Alsono is out of the winning St. Jovite mare Miss Blue Grass. He is a half-brother to stakes winner Gig Harbor and stakes-placed My Lil Shamrock. Multiple stakes winner Richies Sweetheart is in the extended family.

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