Victory Farms Stallion Station of Ada, Oklahoma, announces the induction of the legendary and proven stallion, Designer Red, into the Pink Buckle Program for 2020.
“To have this unique opportunity to bring such a history-making stallion into an industry-changing program such as the Pink Buckle takes my breath away,” Victory Farms owner Danny Ray said. “I loved this horse the first time I saw him, and we are very humbled to have this opportunity for Designer Red to again become the star he is.”
Designer Red is an American Quarter Horse Association World Champion Senior Barrel Racing horse, a multiple futurity and derby finalist, and a Robin Glenn Pedigrees top-25 all-time sire of barrel racing money earners. Designer Red sired 90 money earners of more than $1.5 million, including Slick By Design ($621,566), VF Sporty Design ($195,710), VF Red Rhinestones ($48,157), Danita Design ($42,820), LR Designerwood ($41,795) and VF Lil Red Design ($36,161).
“As Designer Red’s barrel trainer, I can say that he was one of the fastest horses I have ever sat on from barrel one to two,” trainer Terri Alexander said. “I got him as a 4-year-old and ran him successfully as a 5-year-old futurity horse. He was strong-willed and tough to train, but that carried over into him being a strong-willed and tough competitor. He had a big heart and gave you all he had in a run. I am excited to see him in the Pink Buckle sire program so his name can continue to be known.”
Designer Red is by the immortal On The Money Red, an all-time leading sire of barrel horses with lifetime prodigy earnings of more than $3 million, and out of Pin A Rose On Me, a proven producer by Mr Jet Magic.
Designer Red frozen semen will be available through Victory Farms Stallion Station. His stud fee is $5,000. Please contact Victory Farms for more information and bookings.
All Designer Red offspring can be nominated into the Pink Buckle Program for a fee of $200, opening the door for a chance at the Pink Buckle’s $1.5 million payout in 2020.
Article provided courtesy Victory Farms. For more, visit www.victoryfarms.com.