Judiths Wild Rush to Stand in Canada
Photo: Michael Burns
Judiths Wild Rush

Three-time Canadian champion Judiths Wild Rush will enter stud in 2010 at Nicola Scott’s Stone Briar Stables near Fenwick, Ontario, Canada, following his racing career. The millionaire 8-year-old son of Wild Rush currently is racing at Fort Erie.

Judiths Wild Rush, who began his racing career for a $50,000 claiming tag, won his first three races, including the Display Stakes by 10 lengths at Woodbine. He was voted champion 2-year-old male.

Judiths Wild Rush has won or placed in 27 stakes in both Canada and the United States. He was named Canada’s champion sprinter in 2005-06. His chief win in each of those years came in the Vigil (gr. III) at Woodbine. At Saratoga in 2006, he ran second to War Front   in the Alfred G. Vanderbilt Breeders’ Cup Handicap (gr. II).

Judiths Wild Rush has won or placed in 41 of 67 starts and has earned $1,061,627 for owner Harvey Tenenbaum.

Bred in Kentucky by Sez Who Thoroughbreds, Judiths Wild Rush is out of the winning Black Tie Affair mare Tie Talk. His second dam is grade I winner Highland Talk.

Judiths Wild Rush will stand at stud for Tenenbaum. His fee is $3,500.
 

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