Over the last 15 years, Bradley has been involved in syndicating and selling some of the biggest colts in the American marketplace. Having learned from his father Barry Weisbord, a pioneer of stallion syndication in the 1980’s, Bradley is well versed in all aspects of the stallion syndication process. In November of 2022, Bradley sold a share in Flightline for a then record price on the private market. Bradley has sold stallions standing at the biggest farms in Kentucky: Coolmore, Spendthrift, Hill ‘n’ Dale, Claiborne, Gainesway, Winstar and Taylor Made.
G1 Winner Pioneerof the Nile raced for Zayat Stables LLC to a second place finish in the 2009 Kentucky Derby. Bradley Weisbord soon joined Zayat Stables as racing and stallion manager and was influential in managing Pioneerof the Nile’s first four years at stud. The resulting progeny were extraordinary, with multiple Classic contenders from his first crop and was the 2015 leading third crop stallion largely in part to his history making son, 2015 Horse of the Year, 3-year-old Male Champion, Triple Crown champion and G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner American Pharoah. BSW Bloodstock purchased 17 Shares in the stallion between 2014 and 2016 for clients. Tragically, Pioneerof the Nile died during the 2019 breeding season of complications from a heart attack.
After a dominating performance in the G2 Fountain of Youth and a 10 length romp in the G1 Wood Memorial, Eskendereya was forced to retire early as the favorite for the 2010 Kentucky Derby. It was then that BSW assisted Ahmed Zayat in brokering the syndication of Eskendereya to Stonestreet Farms. He entered stud at $30,000 and sired G1 winner Mor Spirit before being sold to Japan in 2017.
Bodemeister, a runaway winner of the G1 Arkansas Derby and second in both the G1 Kentucky Derby and G1 Preakness Stakes was retired to Winstar Farm in 2012 with $1,304,800 in earnings. BSW Bloodstock brokered the private purchase by Mike Moreno who teamed up with Zayat Stables to race the son of Empire Maker prior to the Kentucky Derby. Bodemeister has bred 526 mares in his first three books and was the Leading Freshman Sire by Covering Sire Average, #1 Freshman Yearling Sire in 2015, and his two year-olds of 2016 averaged $186,913.
Animal Kingdom was a champion three-year-old and brilliant winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby and 2013 Dubai World Cup, rated 128 by Timeform. BSW Bloodstock brokered the stallion syndication of Animal Kingdom to Darley America and Arrowfield Stud in Australia. Animal Kingdom stood his first year in America for $35,000 and in his first two books, covered the best mares of his sire crop by CPI.
Khozan was purchased by BSW Bloodstock on behalf of Al Shaqab Racing for $1 million at the 2014 Fasig-Tipton Florida select two year-olds in training sale. He immediately showed his ability by breaking his maiden on first asking followed by a 12 ¾ length romp in a one-mile allowance race. Unfortunately, Khozan had to be retired just two weeks before going favorite in the G1 Florida Derby due to a soft tissue injury and it was then that BSW brokered the stallion syndication with Journeyman Stud in Ocala, FL where he stood his first year in 2016 for $6,500 and bred 110 mares. He is currently the leading first crop sire by winners in 2019.
BSW Bloodstock managed the phenomenal racing career of Mshawish in the USA for clients Al Shaqab Racing. Winning four Graded Stakes races including the G1 Gulfstream Park Turf Handicap and the G1 Donn Handicap, BSW brokered the stud deal for Mshawish who was soon syndicated to stand at Taylor Made Farms in Lexington, KY.
Exaggerator was a private purchase by BSW Bloodstock on behalf of client Head of Plains Partners (Sol Kumin) in January of 2016. Exaggerator went on to win the G1 Santa Anita Derby and the G1 Preakness Stakes and also ran second in the G1 Kentucky Derby. After the G1 Santa Anita Derby win, BSW brokered the stud deal for Exaggerator to be syndicated to Winstar Farm, SF Bloodstock, China Horse Club and partners.
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Creator was a private purchase by BSW on behalf of longtime client Bobby Flay. Creator will was retired in 2016 to stand stud in Japan at Shizunai Stallion Station in Hokkaido.
The highest rated son of Scat Daddy in the US, El Kabeir was campaigned by Zayat Stables for the entirety of his career. Upon retirement, BSW Bloodstock brokered his stallion deal and represented both buyer (Yeomanstown Stud) and seller (Zayat Stables). He will stand the 2018 breeding season in Kildare, IRE at Yeaomanstown Stud owned and operated by the legendary O’Callaghan family.
BSW Bloodstock brokered a private deal for the breeding rights to G2 Wood Memorial winner, runner up in the G1 Belmont Stakes and G1 Kentucky Derby contender, Irish War Cry. The son of Curlin will stand at Northview Stallion Station in Maryland starting in the 2019 breeding season.
Campaigned by BSW managed owners Bob LaPenta, Madaket Stables, Sienna Farm and Twin Creeks Racing, Catholic Boy- by international super-sire More Than Ready- captured G1 victories on both dirt and turf including the $1M G1 Belmont Derby and $1.2 G1 Travers Stakes in his 3-year-old year. The historic and legendary Claiborne Farm is now Catholic Boy’s home, where he stands for $25,000 in his first year at stud (2020).
Campaigned by Michael Dubb, Madaket Stables and Bethlehem Stables, World of Trouble proved to be one of the most dominant, dual-surface sprinters of his crop winning the G1 Carter, G1 Jaipur, G2 Twin Spires Turf Sprint as well as a 2nd place finish in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint. BSW Bloodstock brokered the stud deal on behalf of his owners and Hill ‘N’ Dale Farm where World of Trouble now stands for $15,000 in his first year at stud (2020).
Originally campaigned by SF Racing, Starlight Racing, Madaket Stables, Fred Hertrich, III, John D. Fielding, and Golconda Stables. BSW clients Madaket Stables and Golconda sold their interest to Spendthrift Farm where he stands for $75,000 and he is likely to be named Horse of the Year and Champion Three-Year-Old Colt.
Campaigned by Jim Bakke, Gerald Isbister, Coolmore and Peter Brant, Jack Christopher will begin stud duties at Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in 2023. Jack Christopher was a star on the racetrack, taking three G1 wins during his brilliant career, including the Champagne Stakes at two and the H. Allen Jerkens and Woody Stephens at three.
Two Phils was a private purchase and ran second in the Kentucky Derby and won the G3 Ohio Derby before retiring to stud at WinStar Farm.
Loggins was a yearling purchase the the BSW/Crow Colts Group and raced by Spendthrift Farm, Steve Landers Racing, Martin S. Schwartz, Michael Dubb, Ten Strike Racing, Jim Bakke, Titletown Racing Stables, Kueber Racing, Big Easy Racing, and Winners Win.
After being purchased privately by BSW/Crow during the spring of 2022, G1 Belmont Stakes winner Mo Donegal was syndicated to stand stud at Spendthrift Farm, in a deal that was also brokered by BSW/Crow.