Multiple Graded Stakes Winner One Go All Go Moves to Kirton Farms in Oklahoma

One Go All Go, a two-time Grade 2 winner with earnings of more than $700,000, has been relocated for the 2023 breeding season to stand at Bill and Sabrina Kirton’s Kirton Farms in Turpin, Oklahoma. He is an accredited Oklahoma stallion and will stand for a fee of $1,500.

A son of the multiple graded stakes winner Fairbanks (by Giant’s Causeway), One Go All Go won at first asking as a 2-year-old and then finished a close third in the Arlington-Washington Futurity (G3). He then developed into an elite turf runner after winning the $400,000 Commonwealth Derby (G2) at Laurel, defeating Grade 1 winner Force the Pass at 1 1/8 miles.

One Go All Go picked up a second Grade 2 victory when he took the Dixiana Elkhorn Stakes at 1 ½ miles on the Keeneland turf course. While racing almost exclusively in graded stakes, he earned five stakes placings, including in the Man o’ War Stakes (G1) at Belmont Park. Racing through age 6, One Go All Go hit the board in nearly half of his starts and banked $718,538.

One Go All Go’s first crop of 2-year-olds will run this year.

For more information, contact Bill Kirton at  (620) 655-5044 or

Pictured is One Go All Go winning the Dixiana Elkhorn Stakes at Keeneland. Photo by Coady Photography/Keeneland