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Permanent WA Home For All American

Group One stallion All American will stand permanently in Western Australia following his purchase by Geisel Park Stud.

Permanent WA Home For All American

Group One stallion All American will stand permanently in Western Australia following his purchase by Geisel Park Stud.

Geisel Park owner Eddie Rigg was part of the syndicate that stood All American at the farm in 2016 before he stood last season in Victoria.

Rigg said WA breeders were keen to book their mares to All American again on the strength of his first Westspeed-bred foals.


"The big horse is home for good!" said Rigg.

"We have consistently received favourable comments from satisfied clients and they wanted All American back. We are delighted to be able to deliver him."

All American
All American Picture:Arrowfield Stud

All American is a rare commodity as he one of very few G1 winning and G1 producing sires completely free of Danehill/Danzig blood.

He's had significant success as an outcross for that sireline with stakes performers such as Bachman, Tender, American Genius, Rampage and recent G3 Rough Habit Plate winner Dark Dream.

All American Horseform posted the fastest time ever recorded by an entire for 1600m at Flemington when he defeated six G1 winners in the G1 Emirates Stakes.

He is a half-brother to multiple Group winner More Strawberries and hails from the US family of dual G1-winning stallion Rock Hard Ten.

In five crops he has sired 137 winners of 310 races for prize money over $12 million.

He will stand for a fee of $7700 (inc. GST) in 2018 alongside French G1 winner Vert De Grece (Verglas).

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