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BOSQUE, NM—JUNE 20, 2019—Double LL Farm near Bosque, New Mexico, announced this week that multiple grade 1 winner and grade 1 stakes sire Jet Black Patriot is relocating to their farm for the 2020 breeding season. The Louisiana-bred son of Game Patriot had stood his entire career in Louisiana.
W.L. Moring. who operates Double LL Farm, with his wife Dee, told TRACK Magazine's Monday Report "We're excited about having the horse in New Mexico. I remember seeing Jet Black Patriot almost win the All American, and I have admired his since that time. He will fit in the New Mexico-bred program perfectly."
Purchased by Copper Springs Ranch of Bozeman, Montana for $725,000 at the 2017 Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale, the 12 year-old stallion is the sire of 267 winners, 49 stakes horses (10%), earners of $12.3 million with average earnings per starter of more than $26,800 in eight crops to reach racing age.
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Bred and raced by Richard and Janelle Simon, Jet Black Patriot won or placed in eight of nine career starts and earned $876,921. He won the Louisiana QHBA Futurity(RG1), Lee Berwick Futurity(RG1), Mardi Gras Futurity(RG2) and was second in the All American Futurity(G1). He was also 4th in the Grade 1 Southwest Juvenile Championship at Zia Park.
In 32 years of racing in Louisiana, Jet Black Patriot is one of only two horses to capture the Louisiana Triple Crown (Mardi Gras, Lee Berwick and LQHBA Million futurities).
Jet Black Patriot is currently at Top Ten Leading Sire of Money Earners in 2019 and the #8 Leading Sire of 2-Year-Old Money Earners for 2019. His leading 2-Year-Old of 2019, TDZ Jet Black Down, won the $363,405 Laddie Futurity(RG2) on May 18 at Delta Downs.
According to Double LL Farm his 2020 fee will be announced later. For additional information or breeding contracts call 505-864-2485.