Multiple Stakes Winner Masters Call To Stand At Rolling A Ranch In 2011
Masters Call, a stakes winner at Los Alamitos, will begin stud duties at Rolling A Ranch in Atascadero, California.

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Multiple Stakes Winner Masters Call To Stand At Rolling A Ranch In 2011

LOS ALAMITOS RACE COURSE, CYPRESS, CA—JANUARY 17, 2011—The royally bred 6-year-old stallion Masters Call, a stakes winner at Los Alamitos Race Course at 440 and 400 yards, has been retired and will stand his first season at Rolling A Ranch in Atascadero, California in 2011.

A winner of eight races and $106,757 in earnings while racing exclusively at Los Alamitos, the son of the Grade 1 stakes winning Thoroughbred stallion Hennessy is out of the Grade 1 winning Quarter Horse mare Check Her Twice.

A full brother to multiple Grade 1 stakes winner and sire, Check Him Out, Masters Call was honored as the 2010 Los Alamitos aged stallion of the meet last year. A recipient of the Superior Race Horse award, he was also the AQHA’s California Hi-Point Aged Stallion last year. Masters Call’s second dam is the great Fishers Favorite by Beduino(TB).

Masters Call will stand at Rolling A Ranch in California.
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Masters Call was a model of consistency as a 2-year-old in 2007, finishing first or second in all six of his starts that year. He won five of those six outings and his record included a victory in the Los Alamitos Two Million Juvenile Stakes at 400 yards.

Masters Call qualified to the 2008 PCQHRA Breeders Derby and was a finalist to the 2009 Champion of Champions where he faced a field that included World Champion Freaky and champions Jess You And I, Stylish Jess BR, Foose, Fighter On Fire and Little Bit Of Baja. He also crushed eight rivals by 1 ½ lengths in an outstanding time of :21.17 to win the 440-yard Farnam Stakes in the 2009 Bank Of America Racing Challenge Championships at Los Alamitos.

An iron horse during his 5-year-old campaign in 2010, Masters Call ran nine times last year. He was the runner-up in the Katella Handicap and was also a finalist in the Grade 1 Los Alamitos Winter Championship. All in all, the outstanding looking stallion with a powerful late kick ran in 11 stakes races during his career. Five of his eight wins came at distances of 400 yards or more.

Masters Call is owned by a syndicate headed by Dr. Ed Allred and R.D. Hubbard. The sale topper as a yearling at the 2006 Los Alamitos Equine Sale, Masters Call’s 2011 fee is $1,500.

Rolling A Ranch has been home to a large number of outstanding stallions over the year. The Allred-owned ranch has housed Raise A Secret, Walk Thru Fire, TR Dasher, First Down Express, Pritzi Dash and is currently home to Ed Burke Million Futurity finalist Kiddy Up.

For more information or contracts, please call Fred Scane at 951-452-6724 or Rolling A Ranch at 805-466-2774.