War Power to Stand at Gibson in Washington

Winning son of Pulpit is from the family of Belmont Stakes winner Union Rags.

Gibson Thoroughbred Farm in Washington state has purchased War Power, a multiple winner by Pulpit out of a half sister to 2012 Belmont Stakes (gr. I) winner Union Rags . Seven-year-old War Power will stand for $1,000 at Gibson Thoroughbred near Thorp. He previously stood at Move & Shake Ranch in Texas.

War Power was a three-time winner in France and was beaten 1 1/4 lengths while fifth in the Prix Ridgway. He was retired with a record of 3-1-0 from seven starts and earnings of $73,510.

Out of the winning Rahy mare Tempo, War Power is a half brother to Irish group winner Declaration of War , French stakes winner Vertiformer , and French stakes-placed War Pact.