11/09/2016 2:20PM

Jeranimo moves to Harris Farms


Jeranimo has moved to Harris Farms in Coalinga, Calif., for the 2017 breeding season. He will stand for $2,500.

The son of Congaree had stood his first two seasons at stud at Tommy Town Thoroughbreds in Santa Ynez, the most recent season for $2,500.  He has seven yearlings in his first crop and he was bred to nine mares this past season, according to the Report of Mares bred recently released by The Jockey Club.

Jeranimo, winner of two Grade 1 races and an earner of $1.5 million, won 11 of 40 career starts from ages 3 to 8 while racing on the West Coast.

Said Harris Farms owner John Harris, “I am delighted to add this nice stallion to our stallion roster. He combines several attributes that I admire – won both short and long on both synthetic and turf, very durable, has a pedigree that has many great horses, won several graded stakes and had miler form. Plus, he is good looking and has a nice disposition.”