Canadian Frontier to Stand in Saudi Arabia

Gone West son will stand alongside former Indiana sire Article of Faith.

Canadian Frontier, sire of grade I-winning fillies Hilda's Passion and No Such Word, has been sold to stand in Saudi Arabia. 

The 15-year-old son of Gone West will stand alongside former Indiana sire Article of Faith, a 10-year-old son of Storm Cat. Both stallions were sold in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer of Schumer Bloodstock.
Canadian Frontier is the sire of seven stakes winners and three graded stakes winners from seven crops racing. Hilda's Passion and No Such Word are from his second crop.
Hilda’s Passion, an earner of $739,493, won five graded stakes, including the 2011 Ballerina Stakes (gr. I) by 9 1/4 lengths at Saratoga Race Course and the Inside Information Stakes (gr. II), in which she set a Gulfstream Park track record of 1:20.45 for seven furlongs. 
No Such Word, captured three graded stakes, including the 2010 Gazelle Stakes (gr. I) at Aqueduct Racetrack, and bankrolled $653,213.
Winner of the  2004 Bold Ruler Handicap (gr. III) at Aqueduct, Canadian Frontier won six of 13 career starts and earned $253,239. He began his stud career at Airdrie Stud in Midway, Ky., before shifting in 2012 to stand at Le Mesa Stallions in Carencro, La.
Kentucky-bred Canadian Frontier is out of multiple graded stakes winner Borodislew, by Seattle Slew. He is a  half borther to grade III winner Seeking Slew and to stakes winner Slewfoundmoney, who was grade II-placed. 
Article Of Faith, a Kentucky-bred out of grade 1 winner Nany's Sweep, by End Sweep, formerly stood at R Star Stallions at Richwine Farm in Indiana. The half brother to Canadian grade III winner She's Indy Money is the sire of 21 winners, including two stakes winners, from four crops racing.