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Racehorse? Absolutely! He's Iowa Bred and eligible for two different restricted Iowa Bred Futurities in 2022.  Barrel horse? After the track! Kid horse? Sure! Stud prospect? Cliff once said "It takes a good stud to make a good gelding!" Won't find one better! No more needs to be said. Do you like Corona Cartel, Streakin Six, First Down Dash, Pacific Bailey, Three Bars blood? I challenge anyone to pick out a 2020 foal in the country to outrun this colt today. He has all the body pieces and pedigree to win the big races. Having World Champion Running horses on the top and bottom of his pedigree doesn't hurt his chances either! You will love this colt when you see how balanced he is. He has a full sister that won her last race at Prairie Meadows this year with an 84 speed index.  She was really fast for 200 yards but just couldn't go much further.  

Drivingforthweekend si 91 Multiple Stakes Qualifier winner of $17,359. She had an injury on a bad track to cut her racing career short, keeping her from her full potential.

2nd Dam: Lea Pac Money (by Bar Money) AAA Stakes Producer is the dam of 4 starters, 3 winners including  Drivingfortheweekend si 91 Stakes Placed winner $17,359; First Pac O Money si 97 winner of 3 races.

3rd Dam: Lea Pac Bailey si 92 Stakes Placed (by Pacific Bailey), 100% ROM Producer, 4 starters, 4 winners. Dam of Leaetta Hemp SI 94 Stakes Winner of 8 races, 3 seconds, 7 thirds out of 21 starts and Stakes Producer; Lea Pac Jet si 83 who is a AAA Stakes Producer; etc. Lea Pac Bailey is a full sister to Pacific Dan si 104 Multiple SW, World Champion running Gelding with 29 wins, 11 seconds, 7 thirds from 67 starts holding 6 track records, 219 racing points AND stood grand champion at halter.

4th Dam: Lizzie Lea Hank (by Hank Henry by Hank H) is the dam of 9 starters, 6 ROMs (5 AAA/AAAT) including Pacific Dan si 104 (by Pacific Bailey) AQHA Champion Three-Year-Old Gelding with 29 wins, multiple Stakes Wins and New Track Records. The female family of the 5th and 6th dams were superb stakes producers, as well.

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