Brittany Farms Stallion Management and Kentuckiana Farms announced this morning that Tell All will be standing at Deo Volente Farm located in Flemington, New Jersey.
Deo Volente is the recent recipient of the Hoof Beats 'Farm of the Future' award. Michael J. Gulotta and partners Andy Willinger and Otis Ray are the masterminds behind the new operation and no expense was spared to build a first-class facility for first class horses.
“When the opportunity arose to stand Tell All at Mike’s farm it was simply a no-brainer. Mike and his partners are dedicated to quality and dedicated to the standardbred, what more could a syndicate ask,” relates Tell All Syndicate manager Art Zubrod. “We think that there is no better showcase for a stallion than New Jersey as the Meadowlands is definitely still the premier racetrack in North America.”
Tell All was voted 2007 Pacer of the Year and Three-Year-Old Colt Pacer of the Year in the U.S. after a season that saw him become the year’s richest pacer regardless of age ($1.5 million). Tell All received two O'Brien Awards in '07. He was voted Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year and co-Horse of the Year (along with Somebeachsomewhere).
Tell All's major victories included the $1.5 million North America Cup, $480,000 Little Brown Jug, $575,000 (div.) Tattersalls Pace, $263,000 (div.) Simcoe Stakes. He also won an elimination of the Breeders Crown and finished second in the $1 million Meadowlands Pace.
Tell All was well supported by leading commercial breeders in the U.S. and Canada in 2008, his first year at stud, breeding a full book of blue-blooded mares. Many world champions, millionaires and producers of the same were part of his court the past season.
(With files from Brittany Farms)