Trot Insider has learned that 2011 Pepsi North America Cup winner Up The Credit p,5,1:48.3s ($1,331,623) has moved from Casimir Farm to Mac Lilley Farms in Dutton, Ont.
Up The Credit will continue to stand for $3,000. Also, shares are available for $6,000 and includes two breedings per year.
The nine-year-old son of Western Terror—Cantbuymehappiness, by Pacific Rocket retired in 2014 with 15 wins, 10 second-place efforts and 10 thirds from 79 career starts.
In his career on the track, the Carl Jamieson trainee banked over $1.3-million in purse earnings and took a mark of 1:48.3 over the seven-eighths-mile course at Woodbine Racetrack at age five.
The O’Brien Award winning Up The Credit was named Canada’s Three-Year-Old Pacing Colt of the Year in 2011 off the strength of eight wins from 21 starts, and none were bigger than his 1:49.3 victory in the North America Cup at Mohawk Racetrack where he defeated Roll With Joe, Big Jim, Foreclosure N and Big Bad John, among others.
Watch Up The Credits Win In 1.49.3s
In The 2011 Pepsi North American Cup
From just one small crop of racing age, Up The Credit is already the sire of 29 winners, from just 32 starters, who have combined to earn almost $1.5 million. His progeny include OSS winners Lay Lady Lay (p,3,1:52s; $272,979) and Flaherty (p,3,1:51s; $133,740), as well as the ill-fated two-year-old star Heavymetal Hanover (p,2,1:54.1s; $90,400).
Up The Credit is owned by Carl R Jamieson (of Rockwood, Ont.), Thomas Kyron (Toronto, Ont.) and Joanne Morrison (Beeton, Ont.).
For more information, contact Carl Jamieson at 905-308-2276 or Mac Lilley Farms at 519-762-3423.