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Divide The Cash to Hart Farms

Multiple stakes winner to stand in Louisiana in 2013.

StallioneSearch.com
December 10, 2012

Divide The Cash

Divide The Cash

Multiple stakes winner and multiple Grade 1-placed Divide The Cash will stand his second season at Hart Farms near Kaplan, Louisiana. His 2013 fee has been set at $2,500.

The son of champion and world champion sire Separatist won or placed in 16 of 20 career starts, earning $448,643. He set a 300-yard Los Alamitos Race Course track record of :17.061 when he won the Make It Anywhere Handicap.

He also won the Z Wayne Griffin Directors Stakes-Division 2, was second in the Los Alamitos Super Derby (G1), Vessels Maturity (G1) and Los Alamitos Invitational Championship (G1) and third in the Champion of Champions (G1) and Z Wayne Griffin Directors Stakes-Division 1. Divide The Cash was also a finalist in the Golden State Million Futurity (G1), Golden State Derby (G1) and Go Man Go Handicap (G1).

Bred and raced by Abigail K. Kawananakoa, Divide The Cash is out of multiple Grade 1-winning Dash For Cash mare Time For Royal Cash ($313,583). She won the Golden State Futurity (G1), Golden State Derby (G1) and QHBC Championship Classic (G1).

Time For Royal Cash is the dam of 10 ROM, including stakes winners Time For A Royal Dip ($72,959) and Time For Streaking ($52,885) and stakes-placed Separate Royal Ways.

The second dam is stakes-placed former Broodmare of the Year Timeto Takeoff, by Timeto Thinkrich, dam of seven ROM including champion 3-year-old and 3-year-old filly Royal Down Dash ($405,384). She is also the granddam of All American Futurity (G1) runner-up and multiple stakes sire Take Off Jess ($380,087) and Vessels Maturity (G1) runner-up and multiple stakes sire Get Down Perry ($159,677), etc.

For additional information or breeding contracts to Divide The Cash, contact Hart Farms' manager Jerome Bellard at 337-643-3255.