"We had been looking to syndicate him, but I wasn't happy with any of the
proposals," Peachtree president John Fort said. "They weren't as appealing as the opportunity to stand him myself. This is an exciting venture to have a stallion starting out. He's going to be bred to a lot of mares, and it only takes a little success to get a stallion on his way. He already has a recognizable name, and breeders are aware of his talent as a racehorse."