Multiple Grade 2 winner TOO MUCH BLING, one of the top sprinters of 2006, has been relocated to William S. Farish’s Lane’s End Texas near Hempstead, Texas. TOO MUCH BLING just completed his first year at stud.

After breaking his maiden by 19 1/2 lengths at two, TOO MUCH BLING was third to First Samurai and Henny Hughes in the Grade 1 Hopeful Stakes.

At age three, he captured four of his six starts, including the Grade 2 Carry Back S. and the Grade 2 San Vicente S. He also won the Grade 3 Bay Shore by nine lengths and earned a 113 Beyer for his effort. After his Bay Shore victory, The Blood-Horse wrote, “Favorite TOO MUCH BLING turned in a dazzling effort in the $150,000 Bay Shore . . . establishing himself as the leading 3yo sprinter in the country.” His other stakes win was in the San Miguel Stakes at Santa Anita. He retired with five wins and earnings in excess of $500,000.

Sired by champion sprinter Rubiano, TOO MUCH BLING is out of stakes winner Rose Colored Lady and is a half-brother to three stakes winners.

TOO MUCH BLING will stand for $6,000 live foal.

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