12/20/2014 4:31PM

Red River Farm adds three stallions for 2015 breeding season


Red River Farm in Coushatta, La., will feature a trio of new stallions for the 2015 breeding season in Guilt Trip, Cameo Appearance, and Sum of the Parts.

Guilt Trip, a 5-year-old son of Pulpit will stand for an advertised fee of $2,500. He retires with three wins in 14 career starts racing for owners Gary and Mary West and trainer Wayne Catalano for earnings of $301,217. His most successful campaign came at age 4 in 2013, when he won the Grade 2 Strub Stakes and placed in the Grade 2 San Fernando Stakes and Mervyn Leroy Handicap.

Bred in Kentucky by Winsong Farm, Guilt Trip is out of the winning Quiet American mare Mysterieuse Etoile, who is the dam of three winners from four foals to race. He is from the family of French Group 2 winners Majorien and America, as well as English Group 2 winner Silver Grecian.

Cameo Appearance, also campaigned by the Wests and Catalano, will stand for $1,500 during his debut season. The 4-year-old son of Majestic Warrior won 4 of 8 starts for $228,678, and his resume also includes a runner-up finish in the Grade 3 Oklahoma Derby and a third-place effort in the Grade 2 Super Derby.

Cameo Appearance was bred in Kentucky by the Wests and is out of the winning Tiznow mare Sweet Beat, whose two winners from three foals to race also includes the stakes-placed Fire Alarm. His extended family includes Argentine champions Potridee and Portizaris, as well as Argentine Group 1 winners Portichal and Potrinner and U.S. Grade 3 winners Kitty in a Tizzy and Endorsement.

Sum of the Parts arrives at Red River Farm after winning 9 of 26 starts for earnings of $876,198, including back-to-back editions of the Grade 3 Phoenix Stakes at Keeneland in 2012 and 2013. The 5-year-old son of Speightstown will stand for $2,000.

Bred in Kentucky by Farfellow Farms, Sum of the Parts is out of the Grade 2-winning Slew’s Royalty mare Enjoy the Moment, who is the dam of five winners from eight foals to race. He was trained by Tom Amoss for owners Klaravich Stables and William Lawrence until his final start, when he raced for End Zone Athletics and trainer Karl Broberg.