Indiana Horse Racing Commission

Grade 2 Winner Dramedy to Stand at River Oaks Farms in Oklahoma

Dramedy (Photo by Louise Reinagel)

Dramedy, a Grade 2-winning son of leading sire Distorted Humor, has been moved to Francisco and Lori Bravo’s River Oaks Farms in Oklahoma for the 2018 breeding season. The 8-year-old stallion stood his first two seasons at War Horse Place in Kentucky. He will stand for an introductory fee of $2,500 as property of John James Revocable Trust.

A winner on both turf and dirt who captured the Grade 2 Dixiana Elkhorn Stakes on the turf at Keeneland, Dramedy is out of the outstanding A.P. Indy mare She’s a Winner, who has also produced leading sire and Grade 1 winner Bluegrass Cat and multiple graded stakes winner Lord of the Game.

Dramedy’s second dam is Grade 3 winner Get Lucky, who is the dam of Grade 1 winner Girolamo, Grade 2 winner Daydreaming and Grade 3 winner Accelerator and the second dam of Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver.

“Dramedy’s pedigree is second to none in this region and more than measures up to the elite bloodlines you’d find in Kentucky for a much higher stud fee,” said Francisco Bravo. “When you add in a race record with a Grade 2 win and his proven stamina on the track, that makes him a unique breeding opportunity for horsemen in Oklahoma and the surrounding states, so we are excited to be adding him to our roster.”

Posted in: OKLAHOMA

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