Australia based Cornerstone Stud stallion Sir Prancealot will be shuttling to Rancho San Miguel in California according to a new agreement signed between the two international studs. The stallion will commence his duties with the 2020 breeding season.
To date Sir Prancealot has nine winners from 13 runners in the United States, which include four stakes winners and five overall stakes performers.
The flag bearers for Sir Prancealot in the U.S. have been Beau Recall and Madam Dancealot, both of which are multiple Gr.2 winners and Gr.1 placed. Beau Recall won the Gr.2 Churchill Distaff Turf Mile Stakes on Kentucky Derby day before running second in the Gr.1 Just A Game Stakes at Belmont Park.
A 9-year-old son of Tamayuz out of stakes winner and multiple stakes producer Mona Em., Sir Prancealot had a short but brilliant racing career. Sir Prancealot won three of his six starts at 2 in England and France.
Tom and Nancy Clark’s Rancho San Miguel is one of the leading stallion stations in California. Rancho San Miguel is led by its General Manager of 30 years, Clay Murdock. Gerardo Guerra, Sydnee Brown, Lindsay Boutwell, and Johanna Young round out the outstanding and experienced management staff. The 2019 Rancho San Miguel stallion roster consists of: Royally-bred Curlin to Mischief, Danzing Candy, Golden Balls (IRE), Northern Causeway, Richard’s Kid, Rousing Sermon, Slew’s Tiznow, Tom’s Tribute, Typhoon Slew, and U S Ranger.
Sir Prancealot has two important U.S. sire influences in his third generation. His sire Tamayuz is a grandson of Gulch, while his dam is a granddaughter of Storm Cat.