Canadian stallion Tejabo, who stood the past breeding season at Brian Kozak's Crown West Farm near Chillwack, British Columbia, will stand in 2003 at Michael Byrne's Park Stud near Orangeville, Ontario. Ted Burnett, whose Josham Farms owns Tejabo, initially had planned to stand the 17-year-old son of Deputy Minister at Crown West next year. Tejabo's success this year ensured his return to Ontario.
Tejabo's son, T J's Lucky Moon, won the Queen's Plate, and a daughter, 2-year-old Santerra, also is a stakes winner. Another offspring, Bravely, ran second in this year's classic Prince of Wales Stakes, and several others are stakes-placed.
Tejabo, who was produced from the Smart mare Cutty, previously stood in Ontario at Persley Den Farm near Acton. He has sired a total of six stakes winners. His fee is $4,500 (Canadian funds).