About Our Stallions

Jeffers Party

A champion returns! We’re proud to welcome home Jeffers Party, the incredibly successful son of Party at Artsplace and the Big Towner mare, Nice ‘N Big. With a mark of p1:54.4f and earnings of $408,258, we’re expecting big things out of this one! With 43 wins, 47 seconds, and 47 thirds out of 343 starts, soundness as well as speed are obviously some of his hallmarks. Spending most of his racing career on Eastern tracks, his former owners called him “The ATM Machine”. Breed to this native son, and the money will come rolling in!
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Party at Artsplace:

A great son of the illustrious Artsplace, Party at Artsplace produces an amazing crop of winners year after year. Of his offspring racing in 2018, an amazing 86% were winners–no other Illinois stallion comes even close to that percentage! Party at Artsplace has produced 23-$100,000 winners out of a lifetime total of only 137 foals of racing age, with 73 in 2:00 and 46 in 1:55! Party has sired outstanding pacers Jeffers Party (p1:51.4f $408,258), Party Hangover (p1:51.1m $371,609), My Metallica (p1:51.1m $287,851), Whiskersonkittens (p1:51.0m $262,650), Prize Art (p1:50.2m $154,563), Ten Big Soldiers (p1:50.1m $149,693), Gary’s Party (p1:51.3f $101,857), and Legal Brief (p1:51.4m $133,988).  If you’re tired of being passed on the track, bring your mare down to Party.
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New Balance:

His racing career cut short by injury, this well-bred son of Valley Victor had his first small crop hit the tracks in 2012. 100% were starters. 100% brought home checks. Half were multiple winners. Out of his 37 foals of racing age, 24 were starters with 5 in 2:00. He is the sire of 2018 Violet champion Heidi High (1:56.1m $83,259), and outstanding trotters Balanced Game (1:56.4h $92,607), New Queen (1:57.3m $83,086), and High Balance (1:58.1m $26,610). Keep your eye on this up-and-coming young stallion. Better yet, breed your mare to him.
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High Falls:

This Supergill stallion had a solid career at the Meadowlands before retiring to the breeding shed. 62% of his offspring are starters, and they average $34,296 in earnings. High Falls has produced 9-$100,000 winners out of 149 foals of racing age, 32 in 2:00 and 4 in 1:55.  He is the sire of outstanding trotters Run and Tell Pap (1:53.2f $724,889)–2014 AG Illinois-Bred Season Leader on 5/8 mile track, Pa-High (1:55.1m $227,613), Heidi Falls (1:55.1m $212,959), Southern Maebelle (1:55.1m, $207,670), Highmaker (1:55.0m $159,489), Swiss Lightning (1:54.4f $108,782), and Come and Tell Pap (1:57.0f $95,430)–2014 3C Illinois-Bred Season Leader on a half-mile track. Like a fine wine, his trotters get better with age; Run and Tell Pap took his mark at 6, Heidi Falls at 7, and Go Merrily Along took his mark of 1:58.4h at 9 years of age. If you want a long-term solid investment, invest your mare’s time with High Falls
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