Foreign Policy, a son of Danzig out of a multiple Grade 1-winning mare, will stand the 2015 breeding season at Francisco and Lori Bravo’s River Oaks Farms in Sulphur, Oklahoma. The stallion will stand for a fee of $1,250 as property of Scattered Acres LLC.
Foreign Policy’s sire, the undefeated Danzig, is one of the sport’s most prolific stallions and his sons at stud include Danehill, Exchange Rate, Hard Spun and War Front. From a limited number of starters to date, Foreign Policy is the sire of two-time stakes winner Foreign Sultress, who has banked nearly $180,000, and stakes-placed Cheyenne Blues, an earner of $54,608 this year.
Foreign Policy’s dam is the Cryptoclearance mare Strategic Maneuver, who in a span of four months won four graded stakes as a 2-year-old in New York: the Grade 2 Schuylerville, Grade 2 Demoiselle, Grade 1 Frizette and Grade 1 Matron. Strategic Maneuver is the dam of Grade 2 winner Cat Fighter and stakes winner Ishiguru, and her eight yearlings sold at auction brought a total of more than $6 million.
River Oaks Farms is also home to stallions Latent Heat, Read the Footnotes, Chitoz and Oratory. For more information, visit www.riveroaksthoroughbreds.com or call (940) 367-4457.