Western Hanover – Diamond Dawn – Laag
p, 2, 1:52 - 1:53h ($236,278)
Did you know that:
Western Maverick’s half sister, Shake That Junk p, 3, 1:52.3H $376,773, is the dam to 2017 Breeders Crown winner, Split The House p, 5, 1:48.1S ($606,333).
Western Maverick offers breeders the chance to breed to a World Champion racehorse, sired by a World Champion and from an iron-tough, stakes winning dam. Western Maverick's combination of impeccable pedigree, flawless conformation, and extremely quick early speed makes him an excellent choice for Maine breeders.
At 2 he was a World Champion on a half mile! Western Maverick won his first start by 2 lengths in 1:59.3h, only to return the following week and wire the field in the Meadows' Arden Downs Stake, pacing a mile in 1:54.3f - last quarter in 27.4! He went wire to wire to win the Bluegrass at Lexington by 2 lengths in 1:52 - last quarter in 27, and set a world record winning the Abe Lincoln Pace by 4 lengths in 1:53h at Maywood Park, where he held the track record up to November of 2010! Western Maverick paced seven miles in 1:53 or faster at 2.
Leading pacing sire in Maine Sire Stakes for another season in 2017 (his son $1.1 million winning son, Deuce Seelster, was third in the sire standings).
Sire of Hoppi p, 2, 1:58.1 ($70,222) - top two-year-old pacing colt in 2017 Maine Sire Stakes; Pembroke Passionly p, 2, 2:02.1h ($58,824), leading rookie filly in 2017 MeSS, Shes A Maverick p, 2, 2:02.2h ($42,931), second in 2PF MeSS 2017. Also sired Pembroke Perfect p, 3, 1:55.2h ($163,616), leading three-year-old pacing filly.
Other top performers include Its A Good Thing p, 1:51.4f ($656,637); Stonebridge Cowboy p, 1:51s ($558,012); Smarter Yet p, 1:50.2 ($355,497); etc.
Western Maverick's progeny have over $16 million in Total Earnings
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