If a son of Art Major is going to make it in the breeding barn, it surely will be For a Reason.
By a champion sire and out of Left For Me – a Fake Left mare who has already left six other winners outside her Millionaire son For A Reason.
Breeders – you can’t go past For A Reason – he ticks all the boxes, both on the track and now already in the stallion barn. His 27 wins yielded $1,111,470. The Group 1 winner is the richest Australian son of Art Major, and was crowned Australian three year old of his season, on the back of claiming the New South Wales and Queensland Derbies.
For A Reason’s 2013 Victoria Cup victory was outstanding, beating the likes of dual interdominion champion, Beautide, Caaribbean Blaster, Christen Me and the Gold Ace. And now he is the sire of a Group I winner himself in the Breeders Challenge 2yo Colts and Geldings Final winner, Conviction.
For A Reason is from the same family as the outstanding mare Steamed Wash, the SA Oakes winner, who went on to claim the Jodies Babe and the Group 1 Queen of the Pacific. Also in this family is Kiwi star pacer of the 70’s, Bronze Trail, who won the 1976 New Zealand two year old of the season. A recent talent in the same family is Waldenburg, who won the Simpson Sprint at Menangle and was runner up in the 2011 Breeders Crown Final for 2yo’s, beating home the likes of Philadelphia Man.
For a Reason offers breeders a golden opportunity to take advantage of an amazing eligible $13,000 first win bonus as a 2yo or 3yo and $500 Colonial Stallion Bonus rebate for NSW Breeders.