Good Reward, a Grade 1 winner by Storm Cat from champion Heavenly Prize (by Seeking the Gold), will shuttle to Haras National in Bage, Brazil, Raia Leve reported recently. A full brother to successful stallion Pure Prize, Good Reward won two Grade 1 races at 10 furlongs on the turf: the Hollywood Derby at 3 and the Manhattan Handicap at Belmont Park at 4. In all, the bay horse won 5 of 26 starts and earned $1,087, 687. The stallion’s first foals are yearlings of 2009, and he stands for $10,000 at Three Chimneys near Midway, Ky. Pure Prize, who stands at Vinery in Lexington, Ky., has shuttled to Argentina for several seasons.
Silent Name, a Japanese-bred son of Sunday Silence who won the Grade 2 Arcadia Handicap on turf at a mile at Santa Anita and the Grade 2 Commonwealth Breeders’ Cup over seven furlongs on Keeneland’s synthetic surface, will shuttle to Haras Ponta Pera in Brazil, according to TDN. A winner of 6 of 23 starts and $663,431, Silent Name stands at Gardiner Farms in Ontario, Canada, for CAN$5,000. His first foals arrived this year.