11/10/2016 9:47AM

Haynesfield moves to California to stand 2017 season

Barbara D. Livingston
Haynesfield will stand at Rancho San Miguel for the 2017 breeding season.

Haynesfield, who has two crops of racing age, has moved from Kentucky to California for the 2017 breeding season. The son of Speightstown will stand at Rancho San Miguel in San Miguel, Calif., as the property of Climax Stallions for a fee of $5,000. Climax Stallions is a partnership of Bob and Sean Feld.

Haynesfield stood at Airdrie Stud since 2012 after a racing career that saw him win 10 of 19 starts, including the 2010, Grade 1 Jockey Club Gold Cup, and earn $1.3 million.

Haynesfield stood for a fee of $10,000 his first five years. He is the sire of 139 foals of racing age, with 89 starters, 45 winners, and progeny earnings of $2 million. He is represented by three stakes winners, including 2016 Rushaway Stakes winner He’ll Pay, who was second in the Grade 3 Kent Stakes, and juvenile Gifted Justice, winner of the $100,000 Hillsdale Stakes.