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Your chance is now to get on board for the first time with a royal new stallion in the barrel racing industry. Only 10 shares of a new breeding syndicate to this first-time stallion are being sold to the public.
The stallion, 2-year-old Repete Offender, is by the legendary Fire Water Flit and out of Danyelle Campbell’s NFR mare Repete Fame. This is the only stallion in the industry with this parentage.
Each share of the lifetime syndicate allows two breedings per year to Repete Offender, starting in 2016. Only 30 total annual breedings will be sold annually through 2018 – including the 20 offered via the syndicate. That makes each share either a powerful addition to your breeding program or a valuable individual investment opportunity.
Fire Water Flit’s progeny have earned more than $5 million and include several NFR barrel racing qualifiers. This year in Las Vegas, Callie Duperier will run an own grandson, Rare Dillion. Plus, his sire Flit Bar is a grandsire of Fallon Taylor’s Baby Flo, Nancy Hunter’s Fuzz and Carley Richardson’s Radio.
As for Repete Fame, she’s earned nearly a half-million dollars since her standout 2007 futurity year, in which she clocked more than one 16.8 on a standard pattern and raked in six figures that year alone. The mare also qualified Campbell for the 2009 Wrangler NFR.
“This colt has Repete’s durable bone structure and extreme confidence,” said Campbell. “I can’t wait to see those traits combined with the heart and intelligence of Fire Water Flit.”
“Repete” was named for her dam, Hittin Pay Dirt (“Petie”) – a mare that also won at the futurity level with Donnie Reece and helped Campbell qualify for a different NFR. Petie was an own granddaughter of Azure Te and a great-granddaughter of both Three Chicks and Jet Deck. And of course, Repete’s sire is the late, great leading legend Dash Ta Fame – the first barrel sire to create million-dollar earners in a single year.
Call (760) 464-5332 to buy into the breeding syndicate of Repete Offender, who will likely stand for the 2016 season in Texas.
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