He previously stood at Northview Stallion Station in Maryland, where his 2013 fee was $2,500.
"We appreciate the confidence Northview Stallion Station has in our quality of service," said Leigh Ann Hopper. "Followers familiar with Deputy Storm's progeny sales and excellent percentage wins per starts are excited to have such a consistent producer in Indiana."
Deputy Storm, who raced for James C. Spence, won the 2003 Tyro Stakes at Monmouth Park while campaigned by Todd Pletcher and the 2005 King Cotton at Oaklawn Park while trained by Ralph Nicks. He also placed in two graded stakes—the 2003 Sapling (gr. III) at Monmouth and the 2004 Hutcheson (gr. II) at Gulfstream Park. Out of the stakes-winning Silver Deputy mare Deputy Jane West, he was bred in Kentucky by Lady Slipper Farm.