Colonial Classic by Colonial Colony winning at Indiana Grand.
A wonderful stallion who's guts and determination were nerver more on display than his breath taking last to first move down the Churchill Downs strech to overtake millionaires and Grade One winners in the 2004 Stephen Foster H. (G1).
Colonial Colony is from the dominat Ribot* sire line by the 1981 Kentucky Derby and Preakness S. winner Pleasant Colony Champion 3yrold and high percentage stakes sire, 12% stakes winners from foals.
Colonial Colony is the earner of $921,345 G1 winner as well as placed in the National Jockey Club H G3 (twice) and placed in the MAXXAM Gold Cup H. Colonial Colony won on dirt as well as turf he finished with 4 wins, 9 seconds and 6 thirds.
His dam is the 2yrold stakes winner Jen's Fashion $92,146 by Northern Fashion a son of Northern Dancer. Colonial Colony's 1/2 brother Battle Hardened won the 2012 Sam F. Davis G3.
Colonial Colony outran and beat such horses as Peace Rules $3,084,278,Perfect Drift $4,680,691, Dynever $2,640,444, Sarava $773,832, Southern Image $1,843,750, New York Hero $628,438, Balto Star $2,363,780, Aeneas $434,485, Hero's Tribute $862,950, Best Minister, Midway Road $695,060, Proud Citizen $638,822, Full Mandate $192,923, Unbridled Vision $153,992 and Sir Cherokee $628,296.
There are several Indiana Bred and Sired yearlings and weanlings ready for inspection at Holden Farm. Colonial Colony really stamps his foals, they look like Pleasant Colony and Ribot* line horses should.
please visit Colonial Colony's Photo Gallery at the link below