Suave Prospect to New Mexico

The stallion will move from Canada to Doubletree Farm near Hobbs, N.M. for 2009.

Suave Prospect, who has sired 29 stakes horses, is being relocated to Steve Prather’s Doubletree Farm near Hobbs, N.M. His 2010 fee is $4,000.

A two-time graded stakes winner in Florida, 17-year-old Suave Prospect has sired 16 stakes winners, 78% winners from starters, and the earners of $16.4 million. His 2009 added-money winners include Awintersdream, Fearless Leader, and Suave Jazz.

Suave Prospect won the What a Pleasure (gr. III) and Preview (gr. III) Stakes, and ran second in eight added-money races, including the Florida Derby (gr. I). He is a half-brother to two stakes winners and a full brother to the dam of Kentucky stallion Successful Appeal  and 2008 Canadian grade II turf winner True to Tradition. He is out of the stakes-winning Staff Writer mare Debonair Dancer.

Suave Prospect formerly stood at Vern Hrycuik and John Vanderligt’s farm near Wanham, Alberta, Canada.