02/21/2013 3:16PM

Vibank relocating to Indiana


Multiple stakes winner Vibank has relocated to stand the 2013 breeding season at Robin Berryhill's Hidden Spring Farms in Palmyra, Ind.

The 10-year-old Silver Deputy horse, who formerly stood at Park Stud near Orangeville, Ont., will stand for a fee of $1,000 at Hidden Spring.

Vibank was a multiple stakes winner as a juvenile, taking the Victoria Stakes and the Clarendon Stakes at Woodbine. Also stakes-placed the following season as a 3-year-old, he retired with four wins from 11 career starts for earnings of $248,084.

From his first two crops of racing age, Vibank is the sire of 18 winners from 32 starters for total progeny earnings of $1,046,786. His chief earner is Marked in Stone, who has bankrolled $143,718.

Vibank is out of the stakes-winning Bold Ruckus mare Princess Ruckus, a half-sister to Canadian champion sprinter and Grade 1 winner Langfuhr, now a successful sire.

Bruce Baudoux More than 1 year ago
I am surprised there would be any interest at all in this guy in Indianna but good luck to you. That close to Kentucky one would think they could get a lot better stallion than some Ontario bred.
Sonia Barr More than 1 year ago
Son of Silver Deputy is a rare find in Indiana. Not so rare in Kentucky. Also he is extremely likely to fit well with Indiana sprint racing.