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Inseperable Sires First Stakes Winner

Pronto Alex earns first stakes win for Grade 1-winning sire.

StallioneSearch.com
April 20, 2013

Inseperable

Champion and first-crop sire Inseperable got his first stakes winner on Saturday night when Pronto Alex won the $52,250 Laico Bird Stakes (R) at Remington Park.

A homebred for Abel Flores, Pronto Alex defeated a field of Oklahoma-bred 2-year-olds by a half-length to take home the winner's purse of $30,634. Trainer Eddie D. Willis saddled the gelding out of Cindys First CD, by Corona Cartel. In three starts this season, Pronto Alex is 1-1-0 and has earned $36,248. David Pinon had the riding call.

From 15 foals to race, Inseperable has sired two winners, one stakes winner and the earners of $54,550. Among the top 10 first-crop sires of 2013, he is the first stallion of his crop year to get a stakes winner.

Owned by Jim and Marilyn Helzer, Inseperable won or placed in nine of 12 career starts, earning $672,756. Named the champion 3-year-old and 3-year-old colt of 2009, he won the All American Derby (G1) and Rainbow Derby (G1) and finished third in the Rainbow Futurity (G1). He was also a finalist in the Golden State Million Futurity (G1).

A son of champion and world champion sire Separatist, Inseperable is out of the Grade 3-winning First Down Dash mare A Delightful Legacy ($179,153). She is the dam of nine ROM including stakes winner Tell Of The Past ($20,468), Grade 1-placed Separate Interest ($189,150 at 2, 2012), Grade 1-placed Jess Before Dawn ($152,328), stakes-placed Teller No Lies ($103,932) and Grade 1 finalists Starlite Delight ($46,770 at 2, 2012) and Delight At Night ($25,592 to 3, 2012).

The second dam is stakes winner and former broodmare of the year Fortune Of Delight ($100,269), by Six Fortunes. A half sister to champions and leading sires Tres Seis ($856,901) and Dean Miracle ($199,601), she is the dam of 11 ROM including champion and All American Futurity (G1) winner A Delightful Dasher ($1,660,525), champion and Rainbow Futurity (G1) winner Hes My Dasher ($575,774), Grade 3 winner Buckshot Delight ($119,682) and Grade 2-placed A Fortune Choice ($64,848).

Inseperable stands for a 2013 fee of $2,500 at JEH Stallion Station's Oklahoma Division near Wynnewood, Oklahoma. For additional information or breeding contracts, call Farm Manager Shawn Lindsey at (405) 665-2246 or JEH Stallion Station General Manager Andrew Gardiner at (903) 564-1630.