Wearable Art to stand stud in Pennsylvania
December 09, 2008
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Wearable Art p,3, 1:50 ($226,040), the winner of last year\'s Berry\'s Creek Pace, will stand at stud at Lindwood Farm of Pennsylvania for the 2009 breeding season.
Campaigned by Peter Kleinhans, Wearable Art was a New Jersey Sire Stakes winner at the Meadowlands as a 2 year old and then came back and captured the $225,000 Berry\'s Creek before suffering a bowed tendon. He returned to the track this year and made three starts before he injured his tendon again while competing in the Winbak Invitational at the Delaware, Ohio, County Fair.
Wearable Art is a son of Artiscape out of the Presidential Ball mare Lo Gophobia. His great-granddam is Revolve, who figures prominently in the pedigree of this year\'s top pacing filly Native Bride.
Wearable Art\'s stud fee will be $4,000.