Stallion Jumpn Dies

Grade 3 winner sired 10 stakes horses in first four crops to race.
December 1, 2012


Jumpn * Don Shugart photo

Multiple stakes sire Jumpn died Saturday, November 24, following complications from colic surgery. The 10-year-old son of leading sire Chicks Beduino was owned by Chad Hart and Bobby Cox and stood at Hart Farms near Kaplan, Louisiana.

From four crops to race, Jumpn sired 63 winners (67%) and 10 stakes horses (10%) with progeny earnings of $1.45 million and average earnings per starter of more than $15,500. His get includes the Grade 2-placed and multiple Grade 1 finalist Bps Jumpn Frisco SI 99 ($351,941 to 3, 2012), Grade 3 winner Jumpn Shake SI 112 ($160,814 to 4, 2012), Los Alamitos stakes winner Touch Of Pasco Si 98 ($83,774 to 4, 2012), etc.

Bred in California by Blane Schvaneveldt and John Andreini, the Grade 3 winner won or placed in 12 of 20 career starts, earning $187,555. Jumpn won the Los Alamitos Million Juvenile Invitational (RG3), was second in the Kindergarten Futurity (G1) and Golden State Derby (G1) and was third in the PCQHRA Breeders' Derby (G2). He raced for Dutch Masters III and was trained by Jamie Gomez.

He was out of the stakes-winning and multiple stakes producing First Down Dash mare Imjumpn ($56,495), a full sister to G1 winner and a leading second crop sire Tac It Like a Man ($413,563) and stakes winner and G1-placed Flash First ($351,719) and half sister to champion and a leading first crop sire Carters Cartel ($659,146), etc. The second dam is the champion 2-year-old filly Jumping Tac Flash ($147,065), a full sister to champion 2-year-old colt and leading sire Splash Bac ($135,505).