Om is a multiple graded stakes winner of $1,355,082 million at distances from 5 ½ to 9 furlongs. He ran 2nd in the Breeders’ Cup Turf this year and will stand at Harris Farms in Central California near Coalinga. The now 7 year old son of Munnings-Rare Cat by Tabasco Cat won 7 of 32 starts and retires sound. He broke his maiden in his second start at 2 at Del Mar defeating American Pharoah, and went on to win or place in several major stakes races including a nose loss in the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint in 2016. He won the Del Mar Derby wire to wire in 2016.

K.B. Sareen owned him throughout his career, and he was trained by Dan Hendricks, and this year by Peter Miller.

riverr1John Harris commented, “I have had my eye on this horse for years, and feel he is a perfect fit for California, a solid race horse by Munnings, the young Speightstown stallion who had 25 stakes winners from his first 3 crops. He can get speed horses on both turf and dirt, and also route horses.

Om earned a 14 Beyer ratings over 100, and as an example of his versatility won or  placed in stakes from 5 ½ furlongs to 1 1/8 th miles.
Om will stand for $7500, live foal payable when mare foals.

For further information contact:
Harris Farms 559.884.2859
Jonny Hilvers, farm manager
Debbie Winick, equine administrator
John Harris, Chairman
K.B. Sareen—