03/18/2014 3:15PM

James Street, Wolfcamp retired to Fruitful Acres Farm in California

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Grade 2 winner James Street and stakes-placed Wolfcamp have been retired from racing, and will stand the 2014 breeding season at Fruitful Acres Farm in Aguanga, Calif.

Grade 3 winner James Street will stand for an advertised fee of $10,000 in his first year. The 7-year-old son of El Prado raced the bulk of his career as a homebred for Eugene Melnyk, winning seven of 28 career starts for earnings of $637,723.

His most notable wins came in the Grade 2 Autumn Stakes, as well as the Grade 3 Seagram Cup Stakes and Durham Cup Stakes, all at Woodbine. He also placed in six graded stakes at Woodbine, including multiple runnings of the Durham Cup and the Grade 3 Dominion Day Stakes.

James Street is out of the winning Unbridled mare Alleynedale, who has produced five winners from six foals to race. He is from the family of Grade 1 winners Trumpet’s Blare and Albert the Great and Grade 3 winners Passing Vice and Ask Me No Secrets.

Wolfcamp, a stakes-placed son of El Prado, will stand for $3,000. The 6-year-old won seven of 24 starts during his on-track career for earnings of $189,148. He earned his black type with a third-place finish in the listed Dave’s Friend Stakes at Laurel Park.

Bred in Kentucky by Brad Kelley, Wolfcamp is out of the Numerous mare Bauhauser, a Grade/Group 3 winner in the U.S. and her native Argentina.