Moon Beam, a career earner of $785,986, will stand the 2012 breeding season at Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, Pennsylvania
The son of Dragon Again–Sun N Moon won four of six starts at two and earned $421,150. He took a freshman mark of 1:52:2S in his Metro Pace elimination before placing in the final behind Somebeachsomewhere. At three, Moon Beam earned $284,796 with major wins in the Battle of Brandywine Consolation and the Adios Consolation where he took his 1:51.0F lifetime mark in back-to-back starts. He also finished second in the Meadowlands Pace Consolation and third in the Cane Pace and the Art Rooney.
“We were looking to add an outstanding Dragon Again line stallion to our roster and trainer Nick Surick had just the right horse in mind for our program,” stated Marta Piotrow, Assistant Standardbred Manager at Delaware Valley College.
“There is absolutely no reason not to stand your stallion in the state of Pennsylvania with the lucrative Sire Stakes Program and the Breeder Incentive Program that the state has to offer. Delaware Valley College will be a perfect home for Moon Beam," said Surick.
Moon Beam will stand the 2012 season with a stud fee of $3,000.