Man Cave First Winner for Leonnatus Anteas

The colt captures his second start in a maiden special weight at Woodbine Oct. 11.

Leonnatus Anteas was represented by his first winner when 2-year-old Man Cave posted a victory in his second start in the sixth race at Woodbine Oct. 11.

The 2-year-old colt, with Luis Contreras up, raced off the pace in the 1 mile and 70 yard maiden special weight before launching a stretch drive and catching the pacesetter in the final sixteenth of a mile. Getting to the wire by half a length ahead of seven rivals, Man Cave finished in a final time of 1:44.00.

The Ashlee Brnjas-trained Man Cave was bred by owner Colebrook Farms in Ontario. The chestnut colt is out of the Dance to Destiny mare, Precious Jade.

Leonnatus Anteas was bred in Ontario by Josham Farms. A four-time stakes winner in Canada, including a victory in the 2007 Durham Cup Stakes (Can-III) at Woodbine, Leonnatus Anteas was named Canada's 2006 champion 2-year-old colt. He retired with a record of 5-2-0 from 11 starts and earnings of $600,074.

A 9-year-old son of Stormy Atlantic , Leonnatus Anteas is out of  South Sea Blues, a daughter of  Cure the Blues

Leonnatus Anteas stands at Colebrook Farms Stallion Station near Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada. His fee for the 2013 breeding season was $3,500.