Slumber To Stand 2021 Breeding Season At Rockbridge Stud In New York

Top 25 freshman sire Slumber (Gb) (Cacique (Ire) – Sound Asleep by Woodman) will join the stallion roster at Rockridge Stud in Hudson, N.Y., beginning with the 2021 season.

Slumber, full-brother to successful European sires Dansili (Gb) and Champs Elysees (Gb), was a Grade 1 winner in New York (Manhattan S.), and won or placed in 13 stakes races in the U.S. and England – 11 of which were group/graded stakes (five G1 races).

Slumber’s first crop are 2-year-olds of 2020. With only six runners to date, he already has a first-crop stakes winner, Fluffy Socks, a homebred for Head of Plains Partners trained by Chad Brown. Winner of the Selima Stakes at Pimlico on Oct. 3, Fluffy Socks was second to stablemate Ingrassia in the Chelsey Flower Stakes at Belmont Park on Nov. 1 in her most recent start.

Slumber previously stood at Calumet Farm in Kentucky.

“We are honored to have Slumber join us at Rockridge,” says owner and operator Lere Visagie. “This horse already has a stakes winner with a very modest first crop, and that kind of stallion can really be useful in New York.”

Slumber’s fee is listed as private for 2021 and the stallion is available for inspection at any time.

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