Three New Stallions to Blanchet Farms

Reba Reba Corona, Tee Cos, JLS Party Wagon to stand at Blanchet Farms.
November 19, 2012

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Reba Reba Corona

Stakes winner and Grade 3-placed Reba Reba Corona, Grade 1-placed Tee Cos and Grade 3-winner JLS Party Wagon will all begin their stallion career in 2013 at Blanchet Farms near Ville Platte, Louisiana. Reba Reba Corona's fee has been set at $1,250, with considerations. Tee Cos will stand for a fee of $1,000. JLS Party Wagon's fee has been set at $1,250, with considerations.

Owned by Reba Reba Corona Partnership, Reba Reba Corona is a 4-year-old son of leading sire Corona Cartel who won or placed in nine of 13 starts while earning $126,888. He won the Evangeline Futurity and was second in the Gillespie County Fair Futurity (G3). Reba Reba Corona was also a finalist in the Bob Moore Memorial Stakes (G2) and Remington Park Derby.

Reba Reba Corona is out of the restricted Grade 3 winning First Down Dash mare Dashing Little Reba ($144,442), winner of Rainbow Juvenile (RG3) and third in the West Texas Derby. She is the dam of 10 ROM including full-siblings to Reba Reba Corona — stakes winner Rebas Corona ($54,967), Ruidoso Derby (G1) finalist Little Rebas Corona ($49,606) and Ruidoso Futurity (G1) finalist Rebel Cartel ($33,439). Dashing Little Reba has also produced Grade 1 placed Zoomin Fool ($103,655 to 6, 2012) and Grade 1 placed Zoomdasher ($68,289 to 3, 2012).

The second dam is the stakes winning and Grade 1 placed Zevi (TB) mare Remarkable Reba ($72,131), dam of 10 ROM including stakes winner Arriba Reba ($63,901) and stakes-placed Bab Boy Willy ($71,614).

Owned by Lyle Guillory and John Soileau, Tee Cos won or placed in eight of 13 career starts to 3, 2012, while earning $246,396. He was second in the James Isaac Hobbs Stakes (G2) and third in the All American Futurity (G1). A son of leading sire Corona Cartel, he was also a finalist in the Texas Classic Futurity (G1) and Evangeline Downs Derby-Division 2.

The bay 3-year-old is out of the Grade 2 winner Do It To It Reb ($67,849), by Splash Bac, dam of six ROM has also produced RG2 winner Get Reb ($239,080), RG2 placed Jls Ms Get Reb ($78,560), and RG3 finalist JLS Dash Bye Reb ($50,814).

Tee Cos's second dam is the track record setting stakes-placed daughter of leading Thoroughbred sire Reb's Policy, Rebs Do It To It ($22,125), a full sister to stakes winner I'm A Sure Thing ($35,317).

JLS Party Wagon, a homebred owned by JLS-Speed Horse Ranch LLC won or placed in seven of 12 starts, earning $147,808. He kicked off his 2-year-old season with a win in the Grade 3 Harrah's Entertainment Futurity and also set a new track record in his last start while winning the Evangeline Downs Dash-Division 2. The son of 2012 leading sire of money earners PYC Paint Your Wagon completed 330 yards in :16.581, a 108 speed index. 

JLS Party Wagon is out of the multiple stakes-producing On A High mare Dancing Tonight, dam of 12 ROM including Grade 3 winner JLS Streak Of Snow ($121,262), Grade 3 winner Ms Pilot Point ($73,706), Grade 3 placed JLS Streak Of Dash ($22,146), and stakes-placed runners Dance Thru Traffic, Heza A Fast Dancer and Ought To Go Dancing. Dancing Tonight is also the granddam of All American Futurity(G1) winner Mr Piloto ($1,002,240).

The second dam is the stakes winning and multiple stakes producing Ichibon mare Miss Air Mail, a half-sister to Kansas Futurity winner and world champion sire Roma Charge. This is the immediate family of stakes winner Special Task Force ($437,059), stakes winner and champion sire Heza Motor Scooter ($259,682), stakes winner Captain Jacksboro ($145,922), stakes winner Fast Movin Vic ($139,800), etc.

For additional information or breeding contracts contact Chris or Kim Blanchet at 337.885.2019.