Stakes-Placed Command Post Retired To WynOaks Farm In Pennsylvania

Command Post, a stakes-placed son of Harlan’s Holiday, has been retired and will stand the upcoming breeding season at WynOaks Farm in Pennsylvania. He will stand for $2,000 S&N.

Campaigned by Gary and Mary West and trained by Jason Servis, Command Post hit the board in all but one of his seven starts. He won three times and finished a troubled third to multiple stakes winner Phat Man and graded stakes-placed Talk Logistics in the 2017 Long Branch Stakes at Monmouth Park en route to earnings of $104,110.

“We are excited to add Command Post to our stallion roster,” said WynOaks Farm’s Barbara Wheeler. “He has an exceptional pedigree and he has a lot to offer Pennsylvania’s breeders. We believe he’s going to be very well received.”

By Grade 1 winner and $3.6 million earner Harlan’s Holiday, the sire of nearly 100 stakes winners and six champions, including Shanghai Bobby, Command Post hails from a female family rich in black type.

He is produced from the Lemon Drop Kid mare Danzig’s Humor who is also the dam of One Way, champion 2-year-old colt in Venezuela, and additional winner Down by Law who produced multiple stakes-placed Angel at War. Danzig’s Humor is out of Grade 2 winner and Grade 1-placed Danzig’s Beauty, a half-sister to stakes-placed Miss Importance and the dam of multiple graded stakes winner and influential sire Distorted Humor.

Command Post has taken up residence at WynOaks Farm, joining Warrior’s Reward and Weigelia on the stallion roster. Breeders can view all three stallions during WynOaks’ stallion show on Sunday, Nov. 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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