Supremo, who captured the Norfolk Stakes (gr. II) for 2-year-olds, is out of the Danzig mare Personal Glory, who is a half-sister to leading sire Dynaformer. Supremo is owned by Strohkirch and will stand for $1,800.
Supremo, a grade II winner by Gone West, will be relocated to Dennis Strohkirch's Benz Lake Farm near Stillwater, Minn., from Rockin' River Ranch in Iowa.Thirteen-year-old Supremo has sired 13 runners that have won or placed in stakes, including two-time grade II winner Puerto Banus and three-time Australian group II winner Sportsman. Supremo's runners have earned $7.8 million.