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Lentenor, Full-Brother To Barbaro, Sold To Stand In Pennsylvania

Lentenor, a stakes-winning full-brother to Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro, has been purchased by Ryan Campbell's RisenStorm Company from Calumet Farm and will stand the 2022 season at Cabin Creek Farm in Bernville, Pa. for a fee of $1,000 (stands and nurses).

“Lentenor has meant so much to my family for many years,” Campbell said. “It is hard to explain the excitement that my daughters and I are experiencing knowing that the horse we have loved for the entirety of his life will permanently be joining our family. I would like to thank Calumet for this opportunity and for the many years of his life while we had him in Indiana.

“We have chosen to send him to Cabin Creek Farm in Pennsylvania,” Campbell continued. “We have a longstanding friendship with Maria Vorhauer at Cabin Creek and know that Lentenor is in excellent hands to continue his stallion career with the greatest care possible. We will be announcing a breeding bonus program in the near future to give breeders added incentive to breed and race in Pennsylvania.”

Lentenor, the full brother to Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro, has sired stakes winner Uphold ($276,281), as well as, April's No Fool ($150,020), and Cacahuete ($115,394) from a very limited crop of 31 foals.

A 15-year-old son of Dynaformer, Lentenor raced as a homebred for Roy and Gretchen Jackson's Lael Stables. Lentenor broke his maiden at Gulfstream Park in his third start and finished fourth in the 2010 Grade 1 Florida Derby, in his initial outing on dirt.

He set a course record of 1:40.95 for 1 1/16 miles at Tampa Bay Downs in December 2011. In 2012, He won the Kitten's Joy Stakes on grass at Colonial Downs and finished fourth in the G3 Cliff Hanger Stakes at Monmouth Park. Lentenor made 17 career starts, winning four times and finishing in the money 10 times, for total earnings of $184,406.

Lentenor is out of the Grade 2-placed Carson City mare La Ville Rouge. In addition to being a full brother to Barbaro, Lentenor is a full brother to stakes-placed Nicanor, stakes winner Margano, and he's a half brother to stakes winner Holy Ground.

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