Suave Prospect, who has sired 29 stakes horses, is being relocated to Steve Prather’s Doubletree Farm near Hobbs, N.M. His 2010 fee is $4,000.
A two-time graded stakes winner in Florida, 17-year-old Suave Prospect has sired 16 stakes winners, 78% winners from starters, and the earners of $16.4 million. His 2009 added-money winners include Awintersdream, Fearless Leader, and Suave Jazz.
Suave Prospect won the What a Pleasure (gr. III) and Preview (gr. III) Stakes, and ran second in eight added-money races, including the Florida Derby (gr. I). He is a half-brother to two stakes winners and a full brother to the dam of Kentucky stallion Successful Appeal and 2008 Canadian grade II turf winner True to Tradition. He is out of the stakes-winning Staff Writer mare Debonair Dancer.
Suave Prospect formerly stood at Vern Hrycuik and John Vanderligt’s farm near Wanham, Alberta, Canada.