Liquidity to Steffee Stallion Station in LA

Son of Tiznow ran a close second in the grade I Hollywood Futurity.

Grade I stakes-placed Liquidity has been retired from racing for stallion duty at Jed Steffee’s Steffee Stallion Station near Folsom, La. The 5-year-old son of Tiznow  will stand for $3,000 live foal.

A $240,000 Barretts March sale 2-year-old, Liquidity won or placed in six of a dozen races and earned $240,520 for owner J. Paul Reddam. At 2, he broke his maiden at Oak Tree at Santa Anita in his first start and placed in the Real Quiet Stakes at Hollywood Park in his third outing. He then was beaten a neck by Stormello in the Hollywood Futurity (gr. I) in a runner-up effort. In his first start at 3, he ran second in the Sham Stakes (gr. III) at Santa Anita. This year, he won a Hollywood allowance race.

“In an age when most of Louisiana’s incoming stallions have already proven to be unsuccessful in Kentucky or elsewhere, Liquidity gives breeders a first-hand opportunity to breed to a grade I stallion prospect by one of the top sires in the game,” Steffee said.

Liquidity is out of the Rahy mare Boa, a half-sister to stakes winner French Buster.