Bachelor Blues Moved to Hourigan in NM

Son of sprint champion Smoke Glacken is a grade II winner.

Grade II winner Bachelor Blues will stand the 2012 breeding season at Chris and Tina Hourigan’s Hourigan Horse Farm near Anthony, N.M. The 10-year-old son of champion sprinter Smoke Glacken out of the El Prado mare Wedding Day Blues will stand for $1,200.

Bachelor Blues won the Summer Stakes (Can-IIT) and placed in four stakes including the Black Gold Handicap on grass at Fair Grounds and the Toronto Cup Handicap (Can-IIIT). During his career, he finished in the top three in 10 of 29 races and earned $353,019.

Bachelor Blues, who formerly stood at Signature Stallions in Florida, has sired one winner from three starters.