Grade 1 Wins


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Stakes Wins

Schumer Bloodstock takes pride in operating at every level of the market. 2019 was one such year, highlighted by the purchase of Miss Tapirado for $1.3 million at the Keenealnd April 2yos in Training Sale and success of $6,000 yearling purchase Kenzai Warrior in the Grade 3 Horris Hill Stakes. 

In 2022 Schumer Bloodstock had another very strong year as the leading buyer at the OBS Spring Sale of 2yos in Training and one of the leading buyers at the prestigious Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Select Yearling Sale. We concluded the year as the fourth leading buyer of bloodstock in the US with over 129 purchases totaling just over $13.2 million.


  • Purchased the dams of over 10 subsequent G1 winners for an average of $33,500.
  • Purchased Ida Clark, the dam of Grade 1 Madison Stakes winner Just One Time, for $45,000. 
  • Purchased this year’s Japanese G1 winner Lemon Pop in utero for $55,000. He went on to sell for $325,000.
  • Purchased Go Soldier Go at Keeneland September Yearling Sale for $45,000 and sold at the GOFFS Dubai Breeze-Up Sale for €125,000 before going on to win the Listed Al Bastakiya Stakes at Meydan. He recently moved to the United States under the management of Todd Pletcher. 
  • Purchased Fancy Day, who is the dam of multiple Graded Stakes winner Cabo Spirit.
  • Purchased top sprinter and Grade 3 winner in Dubai Sound Money in utero for $23,000; he went on to sell as a foal for $200,000.
  • Purchased Grade 3 winner Midnight Sands.
  • Purchased British Group 2 winner Kenzai Warrior for just $6,000 as a yearling with Brown Island Stables.
  • Bred Saracosa, who was Grade 2-placed in 2020 and set a track record when winning the Love Sign Stakes. She is out of Homeschooling who was purchased carrying her for $105,000. Saracosa subsequently sold for $675,000.
  • Purchased the dam of of the 2023 John Henry Stakes winner, Monaasib, for $33,000 at the 2019 Keeneland November Sale.
  • Purchased this year’s Checkered Flag Handicap winner Hot Little Thing for $125,000 with Matt Houldsworth of Howson & Houldsworth.
  • Sold Grade 1 winner Sporting Chance to A&A Ranch in New Mexico who is now the leading Freshman sire there.