Siberian Summer to Victory Rose

Grade I winner Siberian Summer to stand at Victory Rose in California.

Siberian Summer, a grade I winner and sire of a grade I winner, will stand at Ellen Jackson’s Victory Rose Farm near Vacaville, Calif. His fee is $3,500.

Siberian Summer has sired 24 stakes horses, including grade I winner and millionaire Dream of Summer and grade II winner Summer Wind Dancer. A four-time graded winner, Dream of Summer scored her major win in the 2005 Apple Blossom Handicap (gr. I) Another of Siberian Summer’s stakes winners, Scottsbluff, set a track record and a course record at Hollywood Park.

A 20-year-old son of Siberian Express out of the Icecapade mare Mia Karina, Siberian Summer is represented by the earners of $8.7 million.

Siberian Summer defeated subsequent champion Bertrando in winning the 1993 Charles H. Strub Stakes (gr. I) on his way to earning a career total of $501,615.

Siberian Summer, who previously stood at several farms, has undergone a complete physical and fertility examination at the University of California Davis and was found by the reproduction department to be sound physically and normal reproductively, with a good libido as well,, according to a farm release.