The DEPUTY STORMs roll into town and take charge! From 37 foals in his first two crops, he’s had 25 starters and 20 winners! That’s a phenomenal 68 percent runners/foal, and a nearly unbelievable 80 percent winners/starters! His runners have average earnings of $32,881. . . and the oldest are now 4!
The leading first-crop sire in the Northeast in 2010, DEPUTY STORM remained near the top of the list among second-crop sires in the region in 2011. He has sired two stakes winners in his first crop, both track record setters! His daughter, the sensational multiple stakes-winning filly TWELVE PACK SHELLY, launched her juvenile campaign with a track record performance in her debut at Laurel Park and was Gr.3-placed in her second start (both races were against the boys). She hit the board in six of seven starts that season and counted stakes wins in the Colleen Stakes at Monmouth Park and Miss Shenandoah Stakes at Charles Town. The PA-Bred champion 2-year-old filly of 2010, TWELVE PACK SHELLY earned $192,300.
In 2011, DEPUTY STORM’s son DEPUTY FLING captured three of his six starts, two in stakes. After setting a course record at Colonial Downs in the 51⁄2-furlong Bert Allen S. at the end of July, he added a victory in Monmouth Park’s Gilded Time S.
Quick on the draw has been the trademark of DEPUTY STORM. His brilliance was on display at 2 with a 4-length score in Monmouth’s Tyro S. while well in hand. He displayed dazzling speed in the 6 fur. Sapling S.-G3 to finish second after posting fractions of :211⁄5, :434⁄5 and :563⁄5. In his 3-year-old debut, DEPUTY STORM blistered the Gulfstream Park strip in the Gr.2 Hutcheson S., and finished behind only LIMEHOUSE after 7 fur. in 1:221⁄5.
A son of leading sire FORESTRY, DEPUTY STORM is a half-brother to BAG LADY JANE out of two-time champion mare DEPUTY JANE WEST, from the family of leading sires ACK ACK, CHIEFTAIN and TOM ROLFE.
A son of leading sire FORESTRY, DEPUTY STORM is a half-brother to BAG LADY JANE, dam of MAMMA KIMBO, winner of the 2012 Fantasy S.-G2 in just her second start! DEPUTY STORM is out of two-time champion mare DEPUTY JANE WEST, from the family of leading sires ACK ACK, CHIEFTAIN and TOM ROLFE.
Won- Tyro S ($50,000, 5.5f in 1:03.73, by 4, dftg. Kipper’s Night, Hasslefree, Mighty Awesome, Knightsound, Super Stroke).
A maiden special weight race at Bel ($43,000, 5.5f in 1:04.21, by 43, dftg. Malhoof, Notorious Rogue, Ghost Mountain, Sir Tyler T, Regal Vision, etc.).
2nd- Sapling S (gr. III, 6f, to Dashboard Drummer, dftg. Charming Jim, Limit Free, Bustin’ Out, Johnny Tornado, Stringtown Wonder).
Won- An allowance race at CD ($53,700, 6f in 1:09.79, dftg. Ominous, Toin and Boin, Crafty Cammack, etc.).
2nd- Hutcheson S (gr. II, 7f, to Limehouse, dftg. Saratoga County, Wynn Dot Comma, Weigelia, Blushing Indian, Bourbon N Blues, Harbour Gate, Ghost Mountain, Bachelor Blues). Won At 4 King Cotton S ($50,000, 6f in 1:10.32, dftg. Engineered, Level Playingfield, Pro Prado, That Tat, Wildcat Shoes, Mountain General, Day Trader).
© Barbara Livingston
|Deputy Storm||Forestry||Storm Cat||Storm Brid|
|Shared Interest||Pleasant Colony|
|Deputy Jane West||Silver Deputy||Deputy Minister|
|Lady D'Arbanville||Cornish Price|
2001, bay, Forestry-Deputy Jane West, by Silver Deputy
2013 STUD FEE: $2,500 Live Foal Stand & Nurse
Stands at Northview Stallion Station - Chesapeake City, Maryland
Nominated to Breeders' Cup & Maryland Million, Ltd.