REDEEMED, a wonderfully consistent son of Grade 1-winning millionaire Include, enters stud at Northview Stallion Station in 2013. The 4-year-old, who was retired by owner Samantha Siegel’s Jay Em Ess Stable in September, will stand for $3,000 stand and nurse.
"Redeemed is the entire package," said Northview's bloodstock manager Carl McEntee. "He was quick, and could carry that speed a distance while being extremely competitive against top quality fields. And he offers breeders plenty of options, being a grandson of Broad Brush out of a *Ribot-line mare from great Calumet Farm and Tartan Farm families. He has a pedigree that is free of Mr. Prospector and has one distant cross of Northern Dancer."
A stakes winner over the past two seasons, REDEEMED was third or better in 12 of his 13 starts while amassing $832,140. He won his final three starts, all stakes.
REDEEMED was a combination of speed and stamina. Counted among his eight stakes wins or placings was a second to Caleb’s Posse in Saratoga’s six and a half-furlong Amsterdam S.-G2 while defeating To Honor and Serve, Justin Phillip and Wine Police. He also displayed his speed when getting his first win, a six-furlong maiden special at Gulfstream Park, while racing on the front-end and stopping the clock in 1:09.73. He ran six and a half furlongs at Belmont Park, winning in 1:15.82. “He won from six furlongs to one and a half miles. . . that doesn’t happen too often,” Siegel told The Blood-Horse upon his retirement.
REDEEMED scored easily by 9 3⁄4 lengths over a sloppy track Belmont Park’s mile and an eighth Milesius S., followed that with a 10-length romp in Belmont’s time-honored Brooklyn H.-G2 at a mile and a half, and concluded his career in Parx Racing’s mile and a half Gr. 3 Greenwood Cup S. as the 1-10 favorite, in which he defeated a field that included Not Abroad and Win Willy. He is Grade 1 placed in the Donn, running a 105 Beyer while defeating Flat Out, Trickmeister, Shackleford and Ruler On Ice.
He is the sole living multiple graded stakes winning descendant of the DOMINO stallion line.
Beyer 65, once 3rd in 1 start
Beyer 96, five wins (Discovery H. [G3] (AQU, $60,000), Oklahoma Derby [L] (RP, $240,000)), twice 2nd (Amsterdam S. [G2] (SAR, $30,000), Smarty Jones S. [L] (PRX, $60,000)) in 7 starts;
2012, Beyer 105, three wins (Brooklyn H. [G2] (BEL, $120,000), Greenwood Cup S. [G3]-ntr, 1 1/2 miles in 2:28.01 (PRX, $120,000), Milesius S. [L] (BEL, $54,000)), once 3rd (Donn H. [G1] (GP, $50,000)) in 5 starts. Totals: 8 wins, twice 2nd, twice 3rd in 13 starts. Earned $832,140.
© 2012 Barbara Livingston
|Redeemed||Include||Broad Brush||Ack Ack|
|Illeria||Stop the Music|
|Early Mass||Pleasant Tap||Pleasant Colony|
|My Prayer||Hero's Honor|
2008, Bay, Include - Early Mass, by Pleasant Tap
2014 STUD FEE: $3,000 Live Foal - Stand & Nurse
Stands at Northview Stallion Station - Chesapeake City, Maryland
Nominated to Breeders' Cup & Maryland Million, Ltd.