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Dramedy Being Relocated to Oklahoma

Son of Distorted Humor will stand at River Oaks Farms.

Dramedy , a grade 2 winner by Distorted Humor , will be relocated from War Horse Place in Central Kentucky to River Oaks Farms near Sulphur, Okla., for the 2018 breeding season.

Out of the A.P. Indy mare She's a Winner, Dramedy is from a very active sire family. The 8-year-old stallion, who will have his first crop of runners next year, is a half brother to California sire Bluegrass Cat  (Storm Cat). His second dam, Get Lucky, is the dam of Darley's Girolamo. Get Lucky's daughter, Supercharger, is the dam of WinStar Farms' Super Saver  and Pleasant Acres Stallions' freshman sire Brethren . Dance Number, his third dam, produced Rhythm and Not For Love.

"He's got an outstanding pedigree," said Francisco Bravo, owner of River Oaks Farms. "And I like a horse that runs long and has a little speed, so I think he'll fit good in this part of the world." 

Dramedy's best win came in the 2015 Dixiana Elkhorn Stakes (G2T) at Keeneland going 1 1/2 miles. He broke his maiden going a mile and at 4 raced between a mile and 1 3/8 miles. 

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River Oaks Farms is standing Dramedy for owner John James, who has regularly done business with Bravo for years. The stallion will stand for an introductory fee of $2,500 next year.

The farm also stands Wilburn , Kennedy, American Lion , Chitoz, Excaper, Foreign Policy, and Read the Footnotes.