Tejano Run, who was produced from the Wavering Monarch mare Royal Run, won or placed in 16 stakes and earned $1,166,842. Owned by Roy and Joyce Monroe, Tejano Run stood the 2005 season at their Starlex Farm near Versailles, Ky.
Millionaire Tejano Run, the 1995 Kentucky Derby (gr. I) runner-up, has been relocated from Kentucky to stand the 2006 season breeding season in Canada, where his three best runners have raced. A 13-year-old son of Tejano, Tejano Run will stand at brothers Michael and Chris Blake's Ascot Stud near Port Colborne, Ontario, Canada. His fee will be $5,000 (Canadian funds).Tejano Run's daughter, One for Rose, is a millionaire, and sons Anglian Prince and Shaws Creek both cracked the half-million mark in earnings. A Canadian champion in 2003-04, One for Rose won the restricted Algoma Stakes Sept. 4 at Woodbine for her third stakes win this year. Anglian Prince is a Canadian graded winner who placed in a pair of classics, and Shaws Creek won three stakes.Tejano Run has sired a total of six stakes winners and the earners of $5.7 million. His daughter Dionisia has won two stakes in Italy this year, including one in Rome Sept. 4.