Dan Patch Trotter of the Year & Adios Pace winner to stand at Stud.

Cannibal & Jon Erdner to stand at stud in North America in 2024, will we see them or at least their semen available to breeders down under next season?

Jon Erdner, the owner of Dan Patch Trotter of the Year, Jujubee 2,1:59 1/5f; 3,1:49 3/5 ($1,228,809), is excited to announce that Jujubee will stand his first season at stud in 2024 in Indiana at Ivy Lane Farm.

The only 3-year-old trotter to record two sub-1:50 miles and the only “Trotter of the Year” to ever stand in Indiana, his fee has been set at $4,000.

Jujubee was the winner of 14 of 18 starts at 3, including the Breeders Crown Final, Kentucky Futurity, Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Final, Langley Memorial and Muscle Hill, with his incredible sophomore season culminating in him being voted Dan Patch “Trotter of the Year.”

 His 3-year-old earnings of $948,791 made him the richest 3-year-old trotting colt of 2021 and he retires to stud with a career bankroll of $1,228,809. He is the fastest and richest son of $2.1-million winner and Breeders Crown Champion Creatine 4,1:51 2/5 ($2,102,022).

Cannibal the 2023 Adios Pace winner will retire to stud in 2024 to Blue Chip Farms in New York. 

Cannibal finished his 2-year-old, with wins in the Kentucky Sire Stakes Commonwealth Series. 

He returned as a 3-year-old, with his most notable wins being the Adios Pace Final at The Meadowlands and divisions of both the Bluegrass and the Tattersalls Pace at The Red Mile. Cannibal also won legs of the Kentucky Sire Stakes, his Meadowlands Pace elimination, and his Little Brown Jug elimination; the latter proving his ability on a half mile track. 

Recently, Cannibal finished third at Hoosier Park in the Breeders Crown Final, bringing his career earnings now over $700,000.

Adios Pace Cannibal