03/19/2013 11:27AM

Max’s Pal relocates to New England Stallion Station


Max’s Pal, a Grade 3-placed multiple stakes winner, has been relocated to New England Stallion Station in Fitchburg, Mass., where he will stand for an advertised fee of $1,000.

The 16-year-old son of Marquetry had previously stood at Indiana Stallion Station near Anderson, Ind. He has sired eight crops of racing age, led by stakes winners Heaven’s Flame, Max Me Out, and Ready to Rock, as well as Jamaican champion English Storm and Dominican champion Maximus Jet. His progeny have earned over $4.4 million to date.

Max’s Pal won nine stakes races during his on-track career, and placed in a pair of Grade 3 races, including a runner-up finish by a neck in the Jersey Shore Breeders’ Cup Stakes. Over four seasons of racing, Max’s Pal won 12 of 26 starts for earnings of $728,896.

Max’s Pal was the first foal out of the winning Storm Cat mare Singin up a Storm, who has produced nine winners from 12 to race.