Blue Chip Farms is pleased to announce that Credit Winner's richest son, Devious Man, will stand at Blue Chip Farms in 2018 for $4,000.
A winner of near $1.4 million lifetime, this year at age three Devious Man captured the Earl Beal Memorial Trot and was the runner-up in the Hambletonian and Kentucky Futurity Final. Devious Man was a NY Sires Stakes (NYSS) champion at two as well as a winner of five NYSS legs. The "Man" also won the Empire Breeders Stake Final in 2017 at age three. He finished first, second or third, in 15 of 17 starts as a 3 year old.
Devious Man is a half-brother to five $100,000 winners, among them world champion, Dan Patch 3YO and Aged Trotter of the Year Vivid Photo 4,1:50.2 ($3.2 million), who won the 2005 Hambletonian.
"We are very excited to have Devious Man in the barn to carry on the legacy of Credit Winner and Blue Chip in New York trotting," said Tom Grossman, principal at Blue Chip Farms, "Along with Bettor's Delight and Art Major, this blood has literally given life to our farm and our families. Devious Man has all the attributes to do the same for the next generation, and I am confident that with Stroy, my team and the rest of the partnership we are building, he will be given every chance to carry the flag and ‘Take On The World.'"