Hayes' Roman Cloud

The name Hayes' Roman Cloud appears in the lineage of many of the prominent horses of today. The 1965 stallion (Radio Rome (JC) x Hayes' Dakota Cloud), bred by Wayne Hayes of Hays, Kansas, began his career by winning the 2-year-old sprint colt title on the track with six wins, two places and two shows in 10 starts, and was that year's leading money earner with more

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than $17,576. At age 12, following a successful show career, he won the National get of sire championship at Syracuse, New York, then won three bronze superior achievement certificates for get of sire at the 1981 National and World and the 1984 World. Of his 270 registered Appaloosa foals, Hayes' Roman Cloud's get earned 24 bronze and six silver medallions and 17 superior achievement certificates in the show pen. On the track, his 30 started offspring won more than $95,051. Among his notable get are Roman's It Girl, inducted into the Racing Hall of Fame in 1997; 1998 Hall of Fame inductee Roman's Straw Man; and Roman Annie, dam of Impressive Andrew. Hayes' Roman Cloud was last owned by Crown Center Farms of Columbia, Missouri.

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