Stakes winner Alyzig, along with Crimson Hero, Contemplate, Cyclone, and Speed Jaro, will stand at Joseph Vaughan's Ballyvaughan Farm near Oxford, Pa.
A 6-year-old son of Danzig out of the stakes-winning Alydar mare Touch of Love, Alyzig won the Exceller Handicap on grass at Santa Anita and was second in the track's San Carlos (gr. I) and Carleton F. Burke (gr. IIIT) Handicaps. He also was stakes-placed in France and retired with three wins from 19 starts and earnings of $163,928. He is owned by the farm and will stand for $3,500.
Four-year-old Crimson Hero, a graded stakes-placed half-brother to millionaire Albert the Great, won two of 21 starts and earned $200,134. At Keeneland, he ran second in the Coolmore Lexington Stakes (gr. II). By Capote, Crimson Hero is out of multiple stakes producer Bright Feather (by Fappiano). He is owned by Tracy Farmer and will stand for $3,000.
Contemplate, a 4-year-old unraced son of Gone West, is a full brother to grade II winner Supremo and half-brother to German stakes winner Personal Love. Contemplate, who was produced from the Danzig mare Personal Glory, will stand as the property of the farm for $2,500.
Cyclone, a 3-year-old son of Storm Cat who was unplaced in his sole start, was produced from champion Hidden Lake (by Quiet American). Owned by Farmer and Robert N. Clay, he will stand for $2,000.
Seven-year-old Speed Jaro (Take Risks--Sasha, by In Fijar) was stakes-placed twice in France. He also raced in the U.S. and retired with five wins from 16 starts and earnings of $87,314. His fee is $2,000.