Grade 1 Winner Constituent To Dunn Ranch In 2022
Constituent (#8) gets up over his half-brother Squid World (#10) in the $320,000 Governor's Cup Futurity(RG1) at Los Alamitos.

© Scott Martinez
Grade 1 Winner Constituent To Dunn Ranch In 2022

WYNEEWOOD, OK—NOVEMBER 1, 2021—Restricted Grade 1 Governor's Cup Futurity winner Constituent SI 96 will begin his stallion career in 2022 at Dunn Ranch in Wynnewood, Oklahoma. His fee has set at $2,000, with consideration.

Owned by M and G Farms, Inc., Constituent won or placed in 10 of 12 career starts, earning $231,440. He won the Governor's Cup Futurity(RG1), was second in the El Primero Del Ano Derby(G2) and was a finalist in the Golden State Futurity (G1). Constituent was named the PCQHRA Champion 2-Year-Old Colt of 2020.

"I’m excited to add this great colt to our lineup," Dunn Ranch owner Matt Dunn said this week. "He outcrosses very well with mares and we are looking forward to being a part of this stallions continued career. I want to thank M and G farms for trusting us to stand him."

Bred in California by Steve Burns, DVM, Constituent is the leading money earner of third-crop sire Separate Interest SI 98 ($486,761-G3), sire of 10 stakes winners, earners of over $2.1 million and average earnings per starter of nearly $12,000.

Constituent, under jockey Ruben Lozano, qualifying for the $225,200 Grade 2 El Primero Del Ano Derby off a 1-˝ lengths trial win. © Scott Martinez
Separate Interest is a brother to champion and multiple stakes sire Inseperable SI 96 ($672,766).

Separate Interest's top performers are Constituent SI 96 (to 3, 2021, [R]G1stakes winner, above), Sass Go Blue SI 95 ($181,464, PCQHRA Breeders Futurity-G2, etc.), She Goes Up SI 93 (at 2, 2021), $137,095, Governor's Cup Futurity [R]-G1, etc.), True SI 88 (at 2, 2021, $65,021, Mystic Lake Northlands Futurity), Number One Interest SI 99 ($41,258, Four Corners Futurity, etc.), No Sandbaggin SI 95 ($39,669, West Texas Juvenile S., etc.), etc.

Constituent's dam is the multiple stakes producing Hawkinson mare Tahma Hawk, a sister to stakes winner Silver Grill.

Constituent, under jockey Ruben Lozano, qualifying for the $1,104,550 Golden State Million Futurity at Los Alamitos Race Course. © Scott Martinez
Tahma Hawk is he dam of 18 winners, 20 ROM, 8 black type including restricted Grade 1 winner Constituent SI 96 (see above), Grade 3 winner Oldsmobile Hill SI 98 ($207,481), stakes winner Stel Hawk SI 91 ($39,746), G2-placed Sacred Nation SI 93 ($105,648), RG1-placed Squid World SI 93 (3 wins to 3, 2021 $101,145), stakes-placed Tahma Hawk Chop SI 93 ($53,390), G3-placed Ray Donovan SI 95 ($45,904), stakes-placed Curvy Path SI 88 (wins at 3, 2021 $14,160).

Tahma Hawk is also the dam of Crooked Path SI 90 (4 wins, $153,215), a finalist in the Grade 1 All American Futurity(G1).

The second dam is the Takin On The Cash mare Takin On The Green, dam of stakes winner Silver Grill SI 93 ($85,503), etc.

For additional information or breeding contracts call Matt Dunn at (580) 279-6666.