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Stakes Winner Send A Candy Guy to Joneson Ranch For 2019
Send A Candy Guy will stand the 2019 season at Joneson Ranch in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

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Stakes Winner Send A Candy Guy to Joneson Ranch For 2019

SHAWNEE, OKóJANUARY 20, 2019óSend A Candy Guy SI 103, a stakes winning grade 1 son of leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon, is standing the 2019 season at Joneson Ranch in Shawnee, Oklahoma. His fee has been set at $777 and additional mares can breed for $700. Cooled semen is available. He is in the Oklahoma Bred Program and eligible for Speedhorse races.

Owned by Marshall and Lezlie Wier, Send A Candy Guy won or placed in 12 races to 5, earning $136,785. He won the Bugs Alive in 75 Stakes at Remington Park, was second in the Fair Meadows Juvenile, third in the Mr Master Bug Handicap and was fourth in the Grade 1 Dash For Cash Futurity. He was also a finalist in the Speedhorse Futurity(G2), Heritage Place Derby(G2) and Remington Park Juvenile Stakes.

Send A Candy Guy's first crop will race in 2019.

Send A Guy Candy, under jockey Tony Bennett, winning the $30,000 Bugs Alive In 75 Stakes at Remington Park.
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His sire, Grade 1 winner Pyc Paint Your Wagon SI 107 ($889,581) is the sire of 102 stakes winners, 1 stakes champion with earnings in excess of $32.6 million. His top performers include The Fiscal Cliff SI 109 (champion, $580,425, AQHA Challenge Championship S.-G1, etc.), Mr Pyc To You SI 97 ($488,820, Champion of Champions S.-G1, etc.), Pyc Fun N Fancy SI 105 (to 3, 2018, $478,660, Heritage Place Derby-G3, etc.), Im A Fancy Pyc SI 92 ($454,765, Remington Park Oklahoma Bred Futurity [R]-G3, etc.), This Candys Awesome SI 105 ($434,265, Junos Request S.-G2, etc.), Wagon Tales SI 99 ($427,579, A Ransom H., etc.), etc.

Send A Candy Guy hails from one of the leading prolific female lines in the Quarter Horse racing industry.

His dam, Send The Guys Candy SI 88, by Disco Jerry, is sister to Grade 2 winner Send The Gals Candy SI 105 ($291,285). She is the dam of 9 ROM, 6 winners, 2 black type including Black Gold Futurity Championship(RG3) winner This Candys Okay SI 109 ($218,355), stakes winner Send A Guy Candy SI 103 (see above) and the granddam of Altoona Derby winner This Wagon Okay SI 106 ($173,940), Clasico Jacinto Garduno Futurity winner C Raining SI 88 (MEX), RG3-placed Paint Candy Flying SI 101 ($56,141) and stakes-placed Fly On Candy Tree SI 93 ($46,107).

In his career debut, Send A Candy Guy wins his trial for the Remington Park Futurity(G1), qualifying to the $100,000 Remington Park Juvenile Stakes.
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The second dam is the stakes-placed Tiny's Gay mare Send Me Candy SI 92 ($13,723), dam of 13 ROM, 10 winners, 4 black type including the aforementioned multiple graded winner and track record holder Send The Gals Candy SI 105 ($291,286), Grade 1 winner Send Me The Candy SI 97 ($135,976), stakes winner Call Me Candy Man SI 90 ($30,901) and stakes-placed Love This Candy SI 101 ($43,143), etc.

Send Me Candy is also the granddam or great granddam to a two-time champion and numerous graded stakes winners to include undefeated AQHA Racing Champion and All American Futurity winner Jess Good Candy SI 96 ($2,014,703), Junos Request Stakes(G2) winner This Candys Awesome SI 105 ($434,265), Southwest Juvenile Championship(G1) winner Send Me A Candy Tree SI 105 ($410,384), Speedhorse Gold and Silver Futurity(RG1) winner This Candys Red Hot SI 99 ($251,502), Lubbock Stakes(G3) winner Candy Cartel SI 104 ($210,141), Decketta Stakes(G3) winner Candy Cartels Cat SI 101 ($162,294), to name only a few!

For additional information or breeding contacts contact Richard or Lisa Joneson at 405-275-0824 or 405-765-3544.