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JEH Texas Puts Move on Hold

JEH Texas holds move, offers consideration on Tres Seis.

Stallionesearch.com
January 31, 2012

JEH

JEH Stallion Station has put its Texas-Division's planned move on hold.

"When we originally planned to consolidate all of our Texas operations (JEH Stallion Station-Texas and JEH Equine Reproduction Specialists) in Whitesboro, we were only going to stand two stallions in Texas," Jim Helzer said. "As it turned out we have eight stallions in Texas for 2012. With the early response from our customers we are better equipped to handle those numbers in Pilot Point."

The Texas-Division has been located at 8254 FM 1385 in Pilot Point since 1998. The long-range "Master Plan" for the JEH property has always included development when the North Dallas Tollway expanded along the Denton/Collin County line. Construction on that section of the new freeway is expected to begin in 2012.

The 2012 JEH-Texas stallion roster includes 2011 All American Futurity (G1) and champion sire Tres Seis; 2011 champion 3-year-old colt Prospect To The Top; Grade 1 winner Fighter On Fire; Five-Time Grade 1 sire Leaving Memories; young stakes sires Desirio, Get Down Perry and Latest Version; and cutting horse Cat T Masterson.

For additional information or breeding contacts call Andrew Gardiner, JEH General Manager, at (940) 440-2040.

In related news, the farm is offer consideration to stakes mares, stakes producing mares and top barrel racing or barrel racing producers to Tres Seis in 2012.

"The owners of Tres Seis want to insure that he breeds the best book of mares possible," Andrew Gardiner, JEH Stallion Station General Manager said on Friday.

The No. 1 Leading Sire of 2-Year-Old Money Earners and No. 3 Overall Leading Sire of Money Earners last season, has sired 33 stakes winners, 37 stakes-placed with earnings of $11.7 million. In six crops to race his offspring have average earnings per starter of nearly $30,000.

Last season he sired All American Futurity(G1) winner Ochoa ($1,244,200) who was recently named the AQHA Racing Champion 2-Year-Old and Champion 2-Year-Old Gelding for 2011. He is also the sire of millionaire Tres Passes ($1,504,928) winner of the Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity(G1) and Golden State Million Futurity(G1); Rainbow Futurity winner Wild Six ($601,632); Refrigerator Handicap(G1) winner Diamond Tres Seis ($300,690), etc.

The champion son of Sixarun is quickly becoming an accomplished barrel racing sire with offspring like AQHA World Champion Junior Barrel's Folly Six and Three Carat Diamond, winner of the 3GP Haras Raphaela (BRZ-549 starters), Seis So Sweet winner of the Old Fort Days Futurity, etc.

Breeders of both race bred and barrel racing mares are encouraged to contact Andrew at 940-300-9097 to discuss their mare(s) for special consideration to Tres Seis.

Tres Seis, owned by the Tres Seis Syndicate, is a title sponsor for the LG Pro Classic, the third largest barrel-racing event in the world. Set for February 7-12, 2012, at the Coushatta Casino, Kinder, Louisiana. Last year's event paid out over $300,000 in cash.