Came Home's First Foal Is a Colt

Came Home's First Foal Is a Colt
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Swaps Stakes winner Came Home's first foal is a colt.
Came Home's first reported foal is a colt born Jan. 16 at Gary Biszantz' Cobra Farm near Lexington. The third foal from the Lear Fan mare Spankin 'n Fannin, the colt was bred by Cobra farm manager Mike Owens and his wife, Jeanne Cox-Owens, who is Cobra's general manager.

Came Home (Gone West--Nice Assay, by Clever Trick) was a grade I winner at two and three, those scores coming in the Hopeful Stakes, Pacific Classic Stakes, and Santa Anita Derby. Overall, Came Home won nine races, including eight graded stakes, from a dozen starts and earned $1,835,940. Came Home's fee of $40,000 was the highest for an incoming stallion in 2003. He will stand for that amount again at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky.

Spankin 'n Fannin, who is a half-sister to stakes winners Barefoot Dyana and Groovin' Time, is booked to Gone West's son, Mr. Greeley.

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