Graded stakes winner Roman Dancer, along with Bright Cat and Nunzio, will stand in 2005 at Lois Engel's Pucker Ridge Farm near Warrensburg, N.Y.Roman Dancer was one of the fastest 2-year-olds of 2001. His 107 Beyer Speed Figure in winning the six-furlong Sunny Slope Stakes in 1:08.66 at Santa Anita was bettered by only one other runner. As a 3-year-old, Roman Dancer won the Bay Shore (gr. III) and San Pedro Stakes and was second in the San Miguel Stakes (gr. III). He retired with four wins from a dozen starts and earnings of $269,329 from three seasons of racing.A 5-year-old son of Polish Numbers, Roman Dancer is a half-brother to stakes winner I'm All Yours and is out of the Cormorant mare Phalanopsis. His fee is $3,500.Six-year-old Bright Cat, by Tabasco Cat out of graded stakes-placed Chandelier (by Majestic Light), won or placed in five of 21 starts. He is a half-brother to graded stakes winner Queen of Money and will stand for $3,000.Nunzio, a 7-year-old son of Holy Bull, won or placed in nine of 15 starts and earned $117,188. He is out of the Seeking the Gold mare Paradisa and will stand for $1,500. He formerly stood at Metropolitan Stud in New York.