A TOP THIRD CROP SIRE with four Stakes Winners, including Graded Stakes winners Fifty Five ($359,600) and Go Noni Go ($161,865).

  • GET STORMY was a three-time Grade 1 winner of $1,606,812
  • Broke his maiden at 2, went on to win Graded Stakes at ages 3, 4, 5 & 6
  • 7-time Graded Stakes winner
  • Won or placed in 20 of 31 lifetime starts (15 were Blacktype)
  • 9 of his 11 wins were won in “gate-to-wire” fashion; including his 3 G1 wins
    • G1 Makers Mark Mile at Keeneland
    • G1 Turf Classic at Churchill Downs
    • G1 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap at Gulfstream Park
  • Posted 3 Triple digit beyers
  • Won the G2 Four Star Dave (1 1/16 mi.) gate-to-wire in 1:39.0 to post a101 beyer
  • Won the G2 Bernard Baruch (1 1/8 mi.) in 1:46.3 to post a 102 beyer
  • He won 7 of 8 races (and 5 in a row), between July as a 3 year old and August as a 4 year old.
  • Beat horses like:
    • Court Vision – MG1SW of $3,746,658
    • Presious Passion – MG1SW of $2,694,599
    • Wise Dan – MG1SW of $2,461,638
    • Little Mike – MG1SW of $1,454,412
    • Turallure – G1SW of $1,341,375
    • Sidney’s Candy – G1SW of $1,104,810
    • Hymn Book – G1SW of $792,687
    • Zoffany – G1SW of $523,650
    • ran 2nd by 1/2 length to Gio Ponti (3x champion of $6,169,800) in the G1 Shadwell Mile.
  • By Champion Juvenile Sire STORMY ATLANTIC (Top 10 General Sire)
  • Same female family of Coolmore Stud, CANFORD CLIFFS (IRE) – MG1SW, Highweighted at 3 on English & Irish Free Handicap (7-9.5 f), Highweighted older horse at 4 on English Free Handicap (7-9.5 f)

“Something to note is that Get Stormy is line-bred to the female family of Rough Shod, which has produced leading sires Nuryev, Sadler’s Wells, etc.”

– Robert Keck, Crestwood Farm


“He was the best horse I ever trained and also the most intelligent. He is a throwback to the type of horses we used to have and need to breed back to. He is a fast and sturdy horse that was always consistent. I have had a number of respected people in the industry mention how good looking this horse is, and I would have to agree. There is a lot to like about him.”

– Tom Bush, Trainer