Grade 3 Winner Cowboy Culture To Enter Stud At Midwest Equine Clinic In Indiana

Quality Road‘s graded stakes-winning son Cowboy Culture enters stud in 2021 at Dr. Roger Beam’s Midwest Equine Clinic in Trafalgar, Ind.

Undefeated in his first three starts for Repole Stable, Cowboy Culture won the historic Grade 3 Arlington Classic by a widening 5 3/4 lengths. He also was a runaway winner of the $200,000 Centaur Stakes at Indiana Downs at three. A winner of six races from ages two to four he retired sound with earnings of $339,494.

Trainer Brad Cox said, “Cowboy Culture was a very fast and precocious colt who won his first three starts for us, including a stakes race. He was always sound for me and was as honest and game as they come. I’m sure he’ll do well in Indiana”

Quality Road has sired no fewer than 11 Grade 1 stakes winners–nine of them on dirt–with only six crops to race. His sales offspring sell at the highest average in the world.

Located just 29 miles west of Indiana Grand Midwest Equine Clinic’s professional care features an on-site reproductive veterinary clinic for the ultimate in mare and foal care. Dr. Beam’s conception rate is among the highest in the state.

The 16.1-hand Cowboy Cultire represents an outstanding opportunity for the Indiana breeder looking for a stellar racehorse by America’s leading sire. His 2021 introductory fee of $2,500 live foal is enhanced with an option to breed additional mares for $1,500 each.

Best of all, participating breeders will receive at no cost a Guaranteed Lifetime Breeding Right to Cowboy Culture after three contracts have been fulfilled.

Dr. Beam said, “We’re excited to introduce this classy racehorse to Indiana breeders. His pedigree is unsurpassed and his conformation is impeccable. He is Indiana’s stallion of the future.”

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