Texas stallion Dynameaux has been relocated to stand the 2014 breeding season at Seguin Horse Center. He will stand for a $1,500 fee as property of Don H. Ford Jr.
Dynameaux, who previously stood at Key to the Hills Farm near Boerne, won six races and hit the board in 14 of 21 career starts. He earned a black-type win in the No Le Hace Stakes on the main track at Retama Park and placed in seven turf stakes, including the Crown Royal American Turf (G3) at Churchill Downs and the John B. Connally Breeders’ Cup Turf at Sam Houston Race Park. He retired with earnings of $280,645.
A son of Dynaformer, Dynameaux is out of the winning Alysheba mare Moving Picture, who is the dam of three other stakes performers. Among Moving Picture’s foals are Grade 2 winner Wesley, Grade 3-placed Cloakof Vagueness and fellow Texas stallion Silent Picture, a son of Grand Slam who still stands at Key to the Hills Farm.
“Bred and suited to run classic distances, Dynameaux is a hard knocking, sound son of Dynaformer out of the prolific Alysheba mare Moving Picture,” said Ford, who also stands the Maria’s Mon stallion Gaff, Texas’ leading freshman sire in 2012 and leading second-crop stallion last year.
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