In The Stud Presented By Kentucky Equine Research: West Coast, First Crop Weanlings Of 2020

West Coast has a champion’s resume on his pedigree page and on the racetrack, and his debut foals get closer by the day to proving the same to be true for him as a stallion.

In this week’s episode of In The Stud, we speak with Bill Farish of Lane’s End about the Eclipse Award-winning son of Flatter whose first foals are weanlings of 2020.

Out of the champion juvenile filly Caressing, West Coast became a champion in his own right during his 3-year-old campaign, notching victories in the G1 Travers Stakes and Pennsylvania Derby, the G2 Los Alamitos Derby, and the non-graded Easy Goer Stakes.

West Coast then squared off against the top older horses in the world, turning in-the-money efforts in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic, Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes, Dubai World Cup, and Awesome Again Stakes. He retired with earnings of $5,803,800.

The In The Stud video series, put together by our friends at EquiSport Photos, features up-and-coming names in the stallion ranks, with a focus on those whose first foals are weanlings of 2020. Paulick Report bloodstock editor Joe Nevills interviews farm staff about the stallion’s appealing qualities and what mares might work best with them, while giving viewers and potential breeders a chance to see the stallion on the walk and on the racetrack.

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