11/14/2013 3:12PM

Unbridled Energy to Hubel Farms in Michigan

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Grade 2 winner Unbridled Energy will relocate to Hubel Farms in Clare, Mich., for the 2014 breeding season, standing for an advertised fee of $2,000.

The 11-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song stood the 2013 season at Golden Eagle Farm in Ramona, Calif. Hubel Farms will offer discounts for multiple mares.

Unbridled Energy has sired four crops of racing age, with 91 winners from 139 foals to race, earning over $4.5 million. His progeny are led by stakes winners It’s My Party, Sterling Madame, Miss Buxley, and B Team.

On the racetrack, Unbridled Energy won four of eight career starts for earnings of $282,862. His biggest wins came in the Grade 2 San Fernando Breeders’ Cup Stakes and the Grade 3 Marine Stakes.

"Unbridled Energy is a multiple graded stakes winner with a million-dollar pedigree,” said E.J. Hubel. “With his conformation and eye appeal, he has a ‘wow’ first impression.”

Bred in Kentucky by Dr. Charles S. Giles, Unbridled Energy is out of the Grade 3-placed stakes-winning Hold Your Peace mare Ataentsic, whose eight winners from 10 foals to race also include Grade 3-placed No Armistice and Bick. He is from the family of Grade/Group 1 winners Acaroid and Meiner Love, Grade/Group 2 winners Heart of Joy and Saayerr, and Grade 3 winners Inexplicable and Midnight Cry.

“We realize in Michigan, there currently is not a big commercial breeding market,” Hubel said, “but we are confident that breeding our mares as well as a few outside mares, he will continue to sire the kind of horse that an owner can make money with. We feel the move to a regional market will make Unbridled Energy even more successful as a sire."