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Grade 1 Call Me Cole Arrives at Burns Ranch
Grade 1-placed Call Me Cole arrived at Burns Ranch in Menifee, California this week to begin stallion duty.

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Grade 1 Call Me Cole Arrives at Burns Ranch

MENIFEE, CAJANUARY 27, 2020Grade 1-placed Call Me Cole SI 93, a brother to 2019 Rainbow Futurity(G1) winner Uncle D, arrived at Burns Ranch in Menifee, California this week, where he will begin stallion duty. His fee has been set at $2,600, with discount for multiple and approved mares.

Owned by Miguel Osorio, Call Me Cole won or placed in eight races and earned $298,122. He was the fastest qualifier to the $1,745,450 Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity in 2017, finishing third in the final. He was also a finalist to the Golden State Million Futurity(G1), Los Alamitos Super Derby(G1), Kaweah Bar Handicap(G3) and Z Wayne Griffin Directors Invitational-Div. 2.

He is a son of leading living sire Corona Cartel SI 97 ($557,142, Los Alamitos Million Futurity-G1, etc.), who is the sire of 178 stakes winners, 9 champions, and earning $62,790,257. A "sire of sires", he top performers include Blues Girl Too SI 104 (World Champion, $2,032,328, Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity-G1, etc.), Teller Cartel SI 108 (champion, $1,212,471, All American Quarter Horse Futurity-G1, etc.), Five Bar Cartel SI 91 (champion, $1,068,825, Ed Burke Million Futurity-G1, etc.), Kvn Corona SI 95 (champion twice, $868,077, Ed Burke Million Futurity-G1, etc.).

Call Me Cole, under jockey Jesus Ayala, setting the fastest qualifying time from 10 trails to the $1,745,450 Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity(G1). Scott Martinez
Call Me Cole's dam is the track record setting Grade 1 winner Little Surfer SI 104 ($102,749) by First Down Dash. She is a sister to eight black type including Runaway SI 105, Wave Carver SI 104, Wave Her Down SI 95, Trisk SI 102, Aquafina SI 99, Sir Runaway Dash SI 97, Bring The Bling SI 97 and Seaside SI 90.

Little Surfer is the dam of 14 winners, 3 black type, 17 ROM including Rainbow Futurity(G1) winner Uncle D SI 96 (4 wins at 2, 2019 $682,965), stakes winner Rip Tide SI 107 (6 wins to 6, 2019 $123,283), Grade 1-placed Call Me Cole SI 93 (see above), Grade 1 finalist Corona Surfer SI 92 (winner at 2, $37,994), etc. The second dam, Grade 2-placed Runaway Wave SI 105 ($79,183) by Runaway Winner, is a former Broodmare of the Year. She is a half-sister to four black type including HARBOR BEACH SI 111 ($129,371), First Down N Surfin SI 97 ($290,681), Igofast-TB ($143,043), Capitan Nuevo SI 95 ($56,539) and Curls Girl SI 93 ($54,066).

Call Me Cole, under jockey Jesus Ayala, posting the second fastest time from 10 trials for the 2017 $938,850 Golden State Million Futurity(G1) at Los Alamitos Race Course.
Scott Martinez
Runaway Wave is the dam of 30 winners, 31 ROM, 13 black type, 2 champions including 3-time AQHA Racing Champion and champion sire Ocean Runaway SI 105 ($1,642,498), AQHA Racing world champion and champion sire Wave Carver SI 104 ($1,005,946), Grade 1 winner Wave Her Down SI 95 ($43,415), Grade 1 winner Trisk SI 102 $254,233), multiple stakes winner Aquafina SI 99 ($188,335), stakes winner Little Surfer SI 104 (see above), multiple stakes winner The Ocean King SI 105 ($98,830), stakes winner Whip Curl SI 96 ($23,853), Grade 1-placed leading sire Sir Runaway Dash SI 97 ($120,706), Grade 2-placed Bring The Bling SI 97 ($67,320), stakes-placed Seaside SI 90 ($38,295), stakes-placed Runaway Preslee ($9,057), etc. Runaway Wave is also the granddam or great-granddam of multiple stakes winner Aqua Flash SI 95 ($203,518), stakes winner Corona Springs SI 105 ($93,963), stakes winner Justified< SI 102 ($95,630), etc.

For additional information or breeding contract contact Steve Burns, DVM at 951-301-0201.