Millionaire Tejano Run, the 1995 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) runner-up, has been relocated from Kentucky to stand the 2006 season breeding season in Canada, where his three best runners have raced. A 13-year-old son of Tejano, Tejano Run will stand at brothers Michael and Chris Blake's Ascot Stud near Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada. His fee will be $5,000 (Canadian funds).Tejano Run's daughter, One for Rose, is a millionaire, and sons Anglian Prince and Shaws Creek both cracked the half-million mark in earnings. A Canadian champion in 2003-04, One for Rose won the restricted Algoma Stakes Sept. 4 at Woodbine for her third stakes win this year. Anglian Prince is a Canadian graded winner who placed in a pair of classics, and Shaws Creek won three stakes.Tejano Run has sired a total of six stakes winners and the earners of $5.7 million. His daughter Dionisia has won two stakes in Italy this year, including one in Rome Sept. 4.Tejano Run, who was produced from the Wavering Monarch mare Royal Run, won or placed in 16 stakes and earned $1,166,842. Owned by Roy and Joyce Monroe, Tejano Run stood the 2005 season at their Starlex Farm near Versailles, Ky.