Stakes Sire Pyc Prize Time To Moya Farms For 2021
A stakes sire in his first crop, Pyc Prize Time will stand the 2021 season at Moya Farms in Edcouch, Texas.

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Stakes Sire Pyc Prize Time To Moya Farms For 2021

EDCOUCH, TX—JANUARY 6, 2020—Alejandro Moya's stakes sire Pyc Prize Time SI 109 will stand the 2021 season at Moya Farms in Edcouch, Texas. His fee has been set at $1,000. Shipped semen is available.

From only three starters, in two crops to reach the track, Pyc Prize Time has sired winner and stakes-placed Super Bowl Sunny Day ($15,226, 3rd Emerald Downs Juvenile Stakes).

The son of leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon won or placed in eight of 13 career starts and banked $46,369. He was the second fastest qualifier to the $318,217 to the 2014 Black Gold Futurity Championship(RG3).

Pyc Prize Time, under champion jockey Cody Jensen, qualifying for the $318,217 Black Gold Futurity Championship(RG3) at Will Rogers Downs.
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His sire, Grade 1 winner Pyc Paint Your Wagon SI 107 ($889,581), is the sire of 117 stakes winners, 759 winners, 1 champion with earning of nearly $37 million dollars.

Pyc Paint Your Wagon's top performers include The Fiscal Cliff SI 109 (champion, $580,425, AQHA Challenge Championship S.-G1, etc.), Papaws Paint SI 101 ($679,612, Rainbow Derby-G1, etc.), Mr Pyc To You SI 97 ($488,820, Champion of Champions S.-G1, etc.), Pyc Fun N Fancy SI 105 ($478,760, 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.), etc.

Pyc Paint Your Wagon is also the sire of Freighttrain B SI 115 ($421,761), the 2020 Leading Sire of 2-Year-Old Money Earners including All American Futurity(G1) winner Whistle Stop Cafe.

Pyc Prize Time winning at Fair Meadows Racecourse.
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Pyc Prize Time is out of the multiple black type producing Mr Jess Perry mare First Prize Fancy SI 96, a sister to Grade 1 winners First Prize Leesa SI 106 ($488,270), First Carolina SI 106 ($415,047), First Prize Robin SI 103 ($295,147), Grade 1-placed multiple stakes sire First Prize Perry SI 102 ($24,946), stakes-placed First Prize Paris SI 108 ($92,910), and stakes-placed multiple stakes sire First Prize Stone SI 98 ($32,633).

First Prize Fancy is the dam of 22 ROM winners, 6 black type including full-siblings to Pyc Prize Time—Grade 3 Heritage Place Derby winner Pyc Fun N Fancy SI 105 ($478,760), Remington Park OK-Bred Futurity(RG3) winner and leading 2020 third-crop sire Im A Fancy Pyc SI 92 ($454,765), stakes winner First Fancy Prize SI 98 ($113,804), Grade 3 winner Fast N Fancy SI 92 ($89,764) and stakes-placed Pyc First Prize Fany SI 98 ($92,303). She is also the dam of Grade 3 winner Weetonas Lafawn SI 102 ($179,500), etc.

The second dam is former Broodmare of the Year First Prize Dash SI 101 ($77,465), a Dash For Cash sister to world champion and all-time leading sire First Down Dash SI 105 ($857,256). This is the immediate family of two Heritage Place Futurity(G1) winners, two Remington Park Futurity(G1) winners and leading sire Heza Fast Dash.

For additional information and breeding contracts to Pyc Prize Time call Lupe Reyes, Farm Manager, at 956-279-5615.