Rascal Cat, a stakes-winning son of Pulpit who sold for $1.3 million as a yearling, will stand the 2017 breeding season at Jim and Marilyn Helzer’s J & M Equine Reproduction Center in Purcell, Oklahoma. He will stand for a fee of $1,500 as property of Murray Irving Cluff.
Like Tapit, North America’s leading sire for the last three years running, Rascal Cat is a son of Pulpit. California Chrome, North America’s all-time leading earner with a bankroll of more than $14.5 million, is also a product of the Pulpit line as a son of the Pulpit stallion Lucky Pulpit.
Rascal Cat, an earner of $203,124 with 11 victories, is out of the very productive Storm Cat mare Razzi Cat, who is the dam of eight other winners, including Group 1 winners Rocking Trick and Randy Cat.
Rascal Cat previously stood in Canada, and his first crop of runners are yearlings of 2017. For more information, go to www.jmreproduction.com.