Clear Creek Stud, in Folsom, Louisiana will be holding their annual stallion presentation, Saturday, December 3rd, to showcase their 2017 Stallion Roster. The event which begins at 11:00 am will include distinguished guest speakers from throughout the thoroughbred industry as well as important legislators.
A catered lunch and beverages will be served throughout the event. The festivities will include entertainment, including Santa, face painting and pony rides for youngsters. As always, door prizes will be given. This year Clear Creek is giving a special door prize. One lucky guest will win their choice of either a one-way van trip or 30 days board.
Starting at 12:00 noon, Clear Creek will present their 2017 stallion roster:
Custom For Carlos, a multiple graded stakes winner by More Than Ready. Custom For Carlos, the Louisiana’s Top Freshman Sire of 2015, leads both Louisiana’s 2016 Second Crop sire list and Juvenile sire list. His first crop included Grade 3 Stakes Winner, Big World.
G.W.’s D’Oro, a son of Medaglia D’Oro is out of Champion Louisiana-bred mare Sarah Lane’s Oates. G.W. D’Oro’s first crop will be two year olds of 2017.
Half Ours, a record setting graded stakes winner by Unbridled’s Song, is currently the 2016 Leading Louisiana sire by Louisiana-bred earnings, winners, stakes winners and stakes wins. He was the 2014 and 2015 Louisiana Stallion of the Year, and is on track to be 2016 Louisiana Stallion of the Year.
Ole Rebel, a multiple stakes winning, speedy sprinter by Carson City, is a well established and consistent sire with average earnings per starter of $33,464 and 7% stakes horses.
Star Guitar, is four-time Louisiana-bred Horse of the Year, and the all-time leading Louisiana-bred money earner. His first crop, two-year-olds of 2016, are starting to show the potential this son of Quiet American has in the breeding shed.
“We enjoy this gathering, connecting with old friends and meeting new ones, and we look forward each year for this chance to visit and discuss matters most relevant to our industry and consider how to best utilize and promote all that is offered by our strong Louisiana State Breeders’ Program that remains the envy of the nation,” says Val Murrell, Clear Creek Stud general manager.