Tom Cango standing at Ohio's Cool Winds Farm
December 27, 2011
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Kim and Randy Haines of Cool Winds Farm, along with Buckeye Breeding, in conjunction with Joe Chnapko and Bill Gallagher, have announced that Tom Cango 2,1:57.1f; 3,1:53.2 ($515,930), will be entering the Ohio stallion ranks for the 2012 season, standing at the Lima, Ohio, farm.
A 13-time winner and half brother to Broadway Hall, Tom Cango is the fastest and richest son of his sire, Tom Ridge. Tom Cango was a winner of his first five starts at two, including the elimination and final of the William Wellwood Memorial at Mohawk and a Pennsylvania Sire Stakes at Pocono. At three, Tom Cango came back and won in 1:53.2 at the Meadowlands while also winning a Bluegrass Stakes division at The Red Mile and had numerous placings in other Grand Circuit events.
Entering 2012, Tom Cango will be standing his first season at the introductory service fee of $2,500. Multiple mare and loyalty discounts may apply. Videos, breeding and contracts can be viewed at either www.200TROT.com or www.coolwindsfarm.com.
Questions as well as more information is available by calling Buckeye Breeding at 216.200.TROT or Cool Winds Farm at 419.227.2665.