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Mr. Broad Blade
Overview | Conformation | Pedigree | Race Record | Progeny | Foal Photos | News



Broad Brush – Miss High Blade, by Highland Blade
Bay • 1996


A Grade 2-Placed, Stakes-Winning Son Of
Champion Sire Broad Brush
From A Strong, Stakes-Producing Family

Never Off The Board
In 12 Career Starts In California

Average Earnings/Starter More Than $32,000:
More Than 30 Times His Stud Fee


MR. BROAD BLADE was a model of consistency as a racehorse, and now offers outcross opportunities as a stallion.

MR. BROAD BLADE was never off the board in his 12 lifetime starts in California. He earned $191,724 from the ages of 2 to 4, and tallied three wins, two seconds, two thirds and five fourths from the distances of seven furlongs to 1 1/4 miles on dirt and turf.

MR. BROAD BLADE specialized in races conducted between one mile and 1 1/8 miles, the middle distances which are most equated with sire success. At 2, he won a 1 1/16-mile maiden special weight test by three lengths at Hollywood Park. In his first start as a 3-year-old, he defeated the subsequent 1999 Kentucky Derby (G1) and Preakness Stakes (G1) winner, Charismatic, in a Santa Anita Park allowance win at the same distance. He closed out his sophomore campaign with a four-length victory again at 1 1/16 miles, this time at Bay Meadows Race Course in the $100,000 Ascot Handicap. In his only start at 4, he got up for third in Santa Anita's San Fernando Breeders' Cup Stakes (G2), finishing a length ahead of the multiple Grade 1 winner and $2.8 million-earner General Challenge.

MR. BROAD BLADE is by the Ack Ack stallion Broad Brush, a $2.6 million-earner whose four Grade 1 wins included the 1987 Santa Anita Handicap. In addition to reigning as North America’s leading sire by progeny earnings in 1994, Broad Brush is represented by more than 90 stakes winners overall, and is recognized as a notable sire of sires. His 1994 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner, Concern, has progeny earnings of more than $10 million to date, while his 2001 Pimlico Special Handicap (G1) winner, Include, has progeny earnings of more than $31 million.

MR. BROAD BLADE is backed by a strong female family. His dam, the Grade 3 winner Miss High Blade ($508,396), won or placed in 19 stakes races in California. His second dam, Darling Miss Q., was a juvenile stakes winner at Hollywood Park. In addition, he is a half-brother to the Grade 2-placed stakes winner Miss Hot Salsa, the dam of two California stakes horses.

MR. BROAD BLADE offers outcross opportunities as a sire. His first four generations are free of Northern Dancer, Mr. Prospector and Seattle Slew, while featuring some of the most talented runners and respected stallions of the past half-century: Damascus, Hoist the Flag and Alydar.

MR. BROAD BLADE is represented by lifetime progeny earnings of more than $1 million and average earnings per starter of more than $32,000. He is the sire of three black-type horses, including the Golden Gate Fields stakes winner Bellsblade and the six figure-earner Justdontcallmejeri, the latter of whom placed in the 2009 Tampa Bay Derby (G3) at Tampa Bay Downs while defeating subsequent Grade 1 winners General Quarters and Warrior’s Reward.

MR. BROAD BLADE stands at Magali Farms in Santa Ynez, California. His 2014 fee is $1,000, live foal guarantee.

Read about Mr. Broad Blade and Magali Farms
in the November 2010 issue of "California Thoroughbred"




Mr. Broad Blade stands at Magali Farms
4050 Casey Avenue, Santa Ynez, California 93460
For inquiries, please contact:
Tom Hudson, General Manager
Phone: (805) 693-1777 • Fax: (805) 693-1644 • Email: info@magalifarms.com

2014 Stud Fee: $1,000 LFG
(Payable October 1 of year bred)

Registered California Stallion

To request a 2014 Breeding Application to Mr. Broad Blade, click here.



Magali Farms

4050 Casey Avenue, Santa Ynez, California 93460
Rich and Gaby Sulpizio, Owners
Tom Hudson, General Manager
Phone: (805) 693-1777 • Fax: (805) 693-1644 • Email: info@magalifarms.com
www.magalifarms.com