Crestwood Farm

Crestwood Farm

Anne M. Eberhardt

Crestwood Farm to Stand Bullet Train

The group III winner and half brother to Frankel will stand at Lexington's Crestwood.

Bullet Train, the British-bred son of Sadler's Wells--Kind, by Danehill and half brother to world champion Frankel, will stand the 2014 breeding season at Pope McLean's Crestwood Farm near Lexington. His stud fee will remain $7,500.

The 6-year-old stallion previously stood at Wintergreen Stallion Station near Midway, Ky.

"Bullet Train is a proud addition to the Crestwood Farm stallion roster," said McLean. "As a three-quarter brother to Frankel, Bullet Train offers breeders a unique opportunity--access to a well-made and very talented racehorse who is also one of the best-bred stallions in the world."

While Frankel is by Galileo, Bullet Train is by Galileo's sire Sadler's Wells. At 2, Bullet Train won the Derby Trial Stakes (Eng-III).

"We are very excited to have Bullet Train go to a farm as prestigious as Crestwood Farm," said Sean Feld, managing director of Bullet Train LLC. "The McLean's are a great family and hands-on horsemen. We are looking forward to a prosperous partnership."