Indiana Horse Racing Commission
By January 18, 2013 Read More →

Erlton to Stand in Texas

Established stallion Erlton, a multiple stakes-winning son of Buckaroo, has been relocated to stand in New Berlin, Texas, as the property of James Jolley. He will stand for a $500 fee.

A winner of eight of 27 starts with earnings of $352,339, Erlton set a track record in his career debut when he broke his maiden by 11 lengths at Delaware Park with a clocking of :51.80 for 4 ½ furlongs. He went on to win four stakes as 2-year-old at Woodbine, Laurel Park and Delaware and also finished second in the Grade 3 Sapling Stakes at Monmouth Park. As a 3-year-old, he picked up two more stakes wins at Pimlico Race Course and the Ocala Training Center while also taking second in the Jersey Shore Breeders’ Cup Stakes (G3) at Monmouth.

Erlton comes to Texas from Louisiana, where he sired numerous horses who eclipsed $100,000 in earnings, including Dessy, Smith B Quick, Elroy and Forget It Erleen. Erlton’s progeny earnings are approaching $3 million.

For more information, contact Jolley at (210) 215-0434.

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