Pollard's Vision is being relocated from Florida to Mighty Acres near Pryor, Okla., according to Schumer Bloodstock and The Stallion Company, which brokered the move.
The son of Carson City will stand in 2016 for $3,000, according to Randy Blair, manager of Mighty Acres. Pollard's Vision stood the past two years at Pleasant Acres Stallions near Morriston, Fla.
Pollard's Vision is the sire of champion Blind Luck, grade I-placed Twentytwentyvision and 15 other stakes winners. Through Nov. 11, his progeny earnings for the year exceed $2.7 million, which puts him at the top of the Oklahoma sire list.
Mighty Acres also will be standing first-year sire and grade III winner Unbridled's Note. The 6-year-old son of Unbridled's Song—Siberian Fur, by Siberian Express, won the Eddie D. Stakes (gr. IIIT) and the Daytona Stakes (gr. IIIT) at Santa Anita Park and placed in three grade I stakes—the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint, Foxwoods Kings Bishop, and the Malibu Stakes. He retires having won five times and placed 12 times in 31 starts and has career earnings of $724,905.
Unbridled's Note will stand for $2,500.
Mighty Acres, a division of Warren Center's Center Hills Farm, owns both Pollard's Vision and Unbridled's Note. The farm also stands Kipling for $2,500, Save Big Money for $2,000, and The Visualiser for $1,500.