Indiana stallion Lentenor, a stakes-winning full brother to Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Barbaro, had his first winner on July 11 when his daughter Macy’s Attitude won a maiden special weight race at Mountaineer Park in West Virginia. The Kentucky-bred filly, who runs for trainer Tommy Short and Robert Heyer, was bred by the famed Calumet Farm. Macy’s Attitude had finished second in two consecutive starts before breaking through with her maiden win. She is the first starter for her stallion.
A son of Dynaformer out of the Carson City mare La Ville Rouge, Lentenor broke his maiden on the turf at Gulstream Park, picked up two more grass wins at Parx Racing and Tampa Bay Downs, and then captured the Kitten’s Joy Stakes on the turf at Colonial Downs. His victory at Tampa came in a course record time for 1 1/16 miles. All told, Lentenor hit the board in 11 of 17 starts and banked nearly $185,000.
Lentenor stands at Indiana Stallion Station in Anderson as property of Calumet Farm. His 2016 stud fee is listed at $2,000.