11/22/2013 1:43PM

Lentenor, full brother to Barbaro, moving to Indiana

Barbara D. Livingston
Stakes winner Lentenor will stand in Indiana in 2014.

Lentenor, a stakes-winning full brother to Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro, will relocate to stand the 2014 breeding season at the Indiana Stallion Station in Anderson, Ind., for an advertised fee of $2,000 stands and nurses.

The 6-year-old Dynaformer horse stood his first season at Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., where he covered six mares, according to statistics released in The Jockey Club's Report of Mares Bred.

Campaigned as a homebred by Roy and Gretchen Jackson’s Lael Stables, Lentenor won four of 17 career starts for earnings of $184,406. He captured the Kitten’s Joy Stakes at Colonial Downs and also established a course record at Tampa Bay Downs in 2012, running 1 1/16 miles on turf in 1:40.95.

Lentenor’s dam, the multiple graded stakes-placed Carson City mare La Ville Rouge, is best known for producing the ill-fated Barbaro, who captured three other graded stakes events – including the Grade 1 Florida Derby – in 2006 prior to winning the Kentucky Derby. Barbaro and Lentenor are full brothers to stakes-placed winners Nicanor and Margano, as well as half-brothers to stakes winner Holy Ground.

Nicanor also entered stud in 2013, standing at Shamrock Farm in Woodbine, Md. He covered 22 mares, according to Jockey Club statistics.