Recent Successes

We have bought the dams of 9 subsequent G1 winners for an average of $31,500.

JUST ONE TIME: recent G1 Madison Stakes winner is out of $45,000 purchase IDA CLARK

CABO SPIRIT: won the Eddie Logan Stakes just weeks following the purchase of his young dam Fancy Day. Half-brother Convention, the first foal out of Fancy Day, has also won black-type since the mare’s purchase.

LEMON POP: talented Japanese Godolphin colt is out of Danehill’s relation Unreachable, a private purchase after failing to sell for $55,000 in foal to Good Magic at the 2020 Keeneland January Sale. Her resulting colt by Good Magic sold for $325,000 to the China Horse Club at Saratoga

FIRST EMPIRE: leading Canadian 2yo, winner of the Soaring Free Stakes, is out of Schumer B/S purchase SILSITA

MIDNIGHT SANDS: purchased privately with Brown Island Stables after failing to sell at the Keeneland September Sale, this son of Speightstown is an accomplished performer in Dubai with a G3 win to his credit.

British G3 winner KENZAI WARRIOR: bought for just $6,000 as a yearling with Brown Island Stables.

SARACOSA: homebred filly for Schumer Bloodstock and Meritage Ventures, Inc. was G2-placed in 2020 and set a track record when winning the Love Sign Stakes. Out of Homeschooling, who was purchased carrying Saracosa for $105,000, Saracosa subsequently sold for $675,000

THE KING CHEEK: 2021 Sir Barton Stakes winner is out of private purchase Selfie

SUMMERONSEVENHILLS: two-time British winner ran 3rd in the Lingfield Derby Trial and is a recent winner in Saudi Arabia. Purchased privately out of the Keeneland September Sale

HOT ZONE: a private purchase off the track by War Front, she is a half-sister to G2 Sorrento Stakes runner-up GET ON THE BUS

PREMIER STAR: easy Jersey Shore Stakes winner is out of Lettthetigerparty, a private purchase

*Stallion purchases of WORLDLY and FRIENDS LAKE are both G1 sires of 2021. In Chile, stallion purchase AHORA is the sire of leading 2yo filly LA TRAFA (out of Schumer B/S purchase Belinda Bold).

In the past few years, Schumer Bloodstock have also purchased the dams of the following horses BEFORE they were STAKES WINNERS of 2018 - 22:

G2 winner JUST ONE TIME: dam purchased for $45,000

G2-placed SARACOSA: dam purchased for $105,000

Listed winner CABO SPIRIT: dam purchased for $130,000

Listed winner FIRST EMPIRE: dam purchased for $135,000

MY BOY JACK: 5th in the Kentucky Derby after wins in the G3 Southwest and G3 Lexington Stakes; dam purchased for $8,000

SOLDIER’S CALL: top-class British 2yo won the G2 Flying Childers Stakes, ran a close 3rd against older horses in the G1 Prix de l’Abbaye and was G1-placed at 3; dam purchased for $15,000 

MADRAS CHECK: high-class stakes-winning Japanese filly: dam Gloat purchased for $550,000

JENNIFER: multiple stakes winner in Saudi Arabia: dam purchased for $22,000

RAYYA: G3 UAE Oaks winner; dam purchased for $2,200

SARACOSA: multiple track-record setting stakes winner who later sold for $675,000: dam was purchased for $105,000

EXOTERIC:, a two-time Listed winner for Chris Waller in Australia; dam purchased for $6,000 

 

*Schumer Bloodstock also purchased, Shooting Party, the granddam of KENTUCKY DERBY winner COUNTRY HOUSE and G3 Gallorette Stakes winner Mitchell Road, for $50,000

 

ALSO PURCHASED:

Dams of stakes winners/performers: 
Champion WELDER ($22,000)
GIANNA’S DREAM ($10,000)
BLACK STETSON ($45,000)
SPRING STEEN ($35,000)
PRINCE OF HEMPT ($20,000)
Kelly’s Humor (G1-placed; $12,000)
Cardini (G2-placed for Aidan O’Brien; $31,000)
Pipes ($24,000)
Salt Bae ($45,000)

Recent stakes performers who were bought as yearlings include: G3 winner SAHAM (bought for $100,000); ES’HAIL, 3rd in the G1 Qatar Derby and winner of the Very Nice Name Cup at Doha, Qatar (bought for $70,000); Swedish Champion VICTOR KALEJS (bought for $10,000); MIDNIGHT SANDS, G3 winner in Dubai.

Other G1 Winners
  • Kip Deville, multiple G1 winner including the Breeders’ Cup Mile; his dam was purchased for $6,000. Further, Kip Deville was from the second crop of Kipling, who was retired to stand at Mighty Acres in Oklahoma in a deal brokered by Chad Schumer
  • Keen Ice, who defeated American Pharoah in the G1 Travers Stakes and now stands at Calumet Farm in Kentucky; his dam was purchased for $80,000 at Keeneland
  • Stormy Lucy, winner of the 2015 G1 Matriarch Stakes; her dam was purchased for $32,000
  • Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner Round Pond, a multiple G1 winner of over $1,900,000; her dam was purchased for $20,000
  • Rahy’s Attorney, winner of the G1 Woodbine Mile with earnings over $1,000,000; his dam was purchased for only $8,000
  • Thorn Song, dual G1 winner of over $1,000,000; his dam was purchased for the Equine Mutual Funds partnership for only $26,000
  • Australian Champion Fashions AfieldG1 winner and earner of over AUS$1,974,000; her dam was purchased privately off the racetrack
  • Akheel, winner of the King Abdulaziz Cup (KSA G1); his dam was purchased for $17,000
Other Stakes Winners
  • Cristina’s Journey, winner of the G2 Pocahontas Stakes; her dam was bought for $12,000
  • The G1-placed Milehigh Butterfly; her dam was bought for $45,000
  • SabatiniG1-placed in the Hollywood Starlet Stakes; her dam was purchased for only $7,000
  • Missvinski, second to Darjina in the G1 Prix d’Astarte at Deauville. Her dam was purchased at Keeneland for $20,000
  • Slip and Drive, third in the G1 Shadwell Turf Mile; her dam was purchased for $35,000
  • Barbecue Eddie, a G2 winner at Meydan; his dam was purchased as a broodmare prospect for $35,000
  • Crown of ThornsG2 winner and one of the early favorites for the 2008 Kentucky Derby; his dam was purchased for only $33,000
  • Don Cavallo, winner of the G3 Dominion Day Stakes; his dam was purchased for $17,000
  • Japanese G3 winner Siberian Meadow; his dam was purchased for $32,000
  • Zada Belle, who with her win at Santa Anita ran the co-fastest Beyer speed figure for a 2YO filly in North America in 2008. Subsequently a stakes winner at Saratoga and G2-placed, she was purchased privately by Sheikh Mohammed’s Darley Stables for a reported $3,000,000. Her dam was purchased at Keeneland for $47,000
  • Also Good Luck Gus ($13,000), Ground Transport ($7,000), Macho Babe ($30,000), Strawberry Baby ($2,000), Where’s Rosie B ($18,000) and Unspurned ($130,000) etc
Other Purchases
Further, we have purchased half sisters to or the dams of the following notable runners, again BEFORE they were stakes winners:
  • Ball DancingG1 winner of 2015
  • David Junior, multiple G1 winner of over $4,100,000
  • AragornG1 winner and 2nd in the Breeders Cup Mile (G1), earning over $1,500,000
  • Voodoo Dancer, multiple G1 winner of over $1,400,000
  • Rolling Fog, winner of the G1 Del Mar Futurity
  • Bobby’s Wicked One, current G3 winner and G1-placed
  • Ibn MalikG2-placed 2yo in Europe of 2015
  • Shillelagh SlewCanadian Classic and multiple G3 winner of over $712,000
  • Lemon Drop Gal, NY stakes winner of over $180,000
  • Zawraq, a Classic hope in Europe of 2015, he was recently sold to stand in Chile in a deal brokered by Schumer Bloodstock
  • Positive Prize, Listed stakes winner of over $110,000
  • Nacascolo, Listed stakes winner of over $200,000