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Allamerican Native to stand at Hagemeyer Farms
Wednesday, January 08, 2014 - from Allamerican Native Syndicate

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Campbellsville, KY --- Allamerican Native will be servicing mares in 2014 at Hagemeyer Farms in Clarksville, Ohio, for a fee of $2,500 with multiple mare discounts.

A champion 2-year-old and the second place finisher in the 2003 North America Cup, Allamerican Native spent his first seven years at stud in Pennsylvania before moving to Ontario for the last three years.

The son of Presidential Ball--Armbro Nashville's top performer to date is A And G’sconfusion, a Breeders Crown winner who earned more than $1.4 million. His progeny have collected more than $23 million.

In 2013, he had 39 2-year-old starters with 19 winners and overall earnings of more than $444,000. In fact, his daughter Weeper (out of Pleasant Yet Bad) established a new Pennsylvania Stallion Series Championship record of 1:51.4 on Sept. 6, while on the same evening his 2-year-old son Jack Attack paced in 1:52.2 in winning his division for his age, sex and gait.

Allamerican Native’s top sophomore last year, Eddie Sweat (Popcorn Penny p,3,1:50.4), tied the record of 1:52.1 for the 2012 Pennsylvania Stallion Series and set a lifetime mark of 1:50.3 in 2013 at The Meadows. He lowered that mark to 1:48.4 this past Saturday at Meadowlands Racetrack.

Overall the stallion was represented by 69 3-year-old starters in 2013 with 49 victors earning more than $1.29 million.

If interested, please contact Scott Hagemeyer at 513.304.9263.


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