To get her back on track like that -- there were a lot of question marksUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Jul 23, 2007
To hopefully have the two best horses in the world compete at Nad Al Sheba for the world's richest race, has all the makings of a classicUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Jan 22, 2007
She came around the turn and I thought it was hers to win. I'm glad to get this kind of a win. We can work from thisUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup May 17, 2004
Originally our plan was to go in an allowance race but it didn't fillUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Sep 22, 2003
The farther she goes, the better of she'll be. She'll run well (in the Breeders' Cup), believe meUPI Thoroughbred Racing Roundup Oct 07, 2002
Storm Cat (foaled in 1983) was an American Thoroughbred stallion whose breeding fee during the peak of his stud career was $500,000, the highest in the world. As such, he was one of the few horses with a 24 hour armed guard.
He was sired by Storm Bird, a son of Northern Dancer. His dam is Terlingua, who was sired by Secretariat. During his racing career the bay won the Grade I Young America Stakes at The Meadowlands, and finished second by a nose in that year's championship deciding race, the Breeders' Cup Juvenile.
Best known for the success of the racehorses he has sired and his many successful sons at stud, Storm Cat stood at stud at Overbrook Farm in Lexington, Kentucky. In 1999 and 2000, he was the leading sire in North America. As of August 2008, he has sired 32 winners of Group 1/Grade 1 stakes, 99 winners of group or graded stakes races, and 166 stakes winners worldwide who have earnings in excess of $115 million. He was the leading sire of stakes winners in North America in 2005.