The recent update to the Brittany Farms Hall Of Fame
page here on the website includes the addition of Brittany bred, raised and sold Pebble Beach
, a $1.7-million earner and 3-Year-Old Champion who now stands his second season at stud.
He was the colt who helped put his first-crop sire Downbytheseaside on the map in 2021, taking a 2-year-old record of 1:48.4 and winning $361,250 during his freshman campaign. That year he won three legs plus the final of the Kentucky Sire Stakes “Championship Series,” the International Stallion Stakes during the Red Mile’s "Championship Meet," and his elim of the Breeders Crown.
He went on to win both of the richest races offered to 3-year-olds — the $1,000,000 North America Cup and $675,000 Breeders Crown — en route to being voted both the Dan Patch and O’Brien Awards for “3-Year-Old Male Pacer of the Year.”
As for siring potential, he has the qualities of extreme 2-year-old speed, 3-year-old classics-winning ability, and a pedigree second to none. His Western Ideal stakes winning dam, Santa Rosa, is a daughter of Hall of Fame matron Art’s Vintage, dam of World Champion Vintage Master ($2,160,953) and Great Vintage ($1,510,226).
After standing his first season in Kentucky, Pebble Beach moves to Sugar Valley Farm in Delaware, Ohio for his second season at stud, where he joins his sire Downbytheseaside on their roster of stallions.