Saco, ME --- Dupuis Farm of Saco, Maine, have unveiled their new website and their 2013 stallion roster which includes Western Maverick, Baron Biltmore, Boy Band and Noble Venture.
Western Maverick, a son of Western Hanover and the sire of 26 winners of more than $100,000, stands for a fee of $2,000. The sire of millionaire Deuce Seelster, Western Maverick earned $236,278 during his racing career.
Baron Biltmore, a sire of many champions in the Maine stakes program, will stand this year at Dupuis Farm for $2,500. The son of Kassa Branca earned $229,085 during his racing career. His standouts last season included the top rookie pacing filly Pembroke Violet and the 3-year-old colt pacer Pembroke Dewey.
Progeny of Boy Band have dominated the Maine stakes program for several years. The son of Lindy Lane has sired nine season’s champions, nine final winners and five states record holders since 2007. The royally bred horse stands for a fee of $2,000.
Another blueblood trotter standing this year at Dupuis Farm is Noble Venture, a son of Conway Hall. The three-quarter brother to $409,365 winner Quite Easy, whose dam is a sister to $2 million winner Passionate Glide, stands for a fee of $1,200. His first foals are 2-year-olds in 2013.
Dupuis Farm has also updated their website which includes a plethora of information regarding the stallions and the farm which is managed by Lynn-Marie Plouffe. To view the website, visit www.dupuisfarm.com.