10/09/2017 11:09AM

Dramedy to stand at Oklahoma's River Oaks Farm

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Dramedy wins the Grade 2 Elkhorn Stakes in 2015.

Grade 2 winner Dramedy will relocate to River Oaks Farm in Sulphur, Okla. for the 2018 breeding season, where he will stand for an advertised fee of $2,500.

The 8-year-old son of Distorted Humor stood his first two seasons at War Horse Place in Lexington, Ky., where he was advertised in 2017 for $7,500. His first foals are weanlings of 2017, and he stands as property of John James Revocable Trust.

Dramedy retired with four wins in 18 starts for earnings of $271,440, highlighted by a win in the Grade 2 Elkhorn Stakes.

Bred in Kentucky by WinStar Farm, Dramedy is out of the unraced A.P. Indy mare She’s a Winner, whose eight winners from nine runners also includes Grade 1 winner Bluegrass Cat, Grade 2 winner Lord of the Game, stakes winner Sonoma Cat, and Grade 2-placed Cal Nation.

He is from a family including champion Rhythm, Kentucky Derby winner Super Saver, Grade 1 winners Imagining, Girolamo, Callback, and Got Lucky, Grade 2 winners Daydreaming and Nonna Mela, Grade 3 winners Get Lucky, Accelerator, Cyrus Alexander, and Brethren, and leading Mid-Atlantic sire Not For Love.

“Dramedy’s pedigree is second to none in this region and more than measures up to the elite bloodlines you’d find in Kentucky for a much higher stud fee,” said Francisco Bravo, owner of River Oaks Farm. “When you add in a race record with a Grade 2 win and his proven stamina on the track, that makes him a unique breeding opportunity for horsemen in Oklahoma and the surrounding states, so we are excited to be adding him to our roster.”