Back Of The Neck’s first foal is here

Wallkill, NY — Back Of The Neck’s first foal has hit the ground. It’s a colt out of Habanero Honey (Angus Hall) born at Blue Chip Farms for owners Fiddler’s Creek Stable.

Back Of The Neck’s first foal is a colt out of Habanero Honey (Angus Hall). Blue Chip Farms photo.

The Ready Cash stallion stood his first year in New York at Blue Chip in 2023 after an extremely successful racing career, boasting a mark of 1:51 and amassing almost $1.5 million in career earnings, experiencing success on tracks of all sizes.

His most notable wins include the Dayton Trotting Derby (twice), Maple Leaf Trot, New Jersey Breeders Maturity, Reynolds Memorial (twice), Bluegrass Stakes, and the Stanley Dancer. He was also second in the Breeders Crown (from post 10) and in the International Trot at Yonkers.

Not only did he prove himself on the racetrack, but he’s got the pedigree to back it up. A son of European trotting royalty, he’s the richest Ready Cash son standing in North America, while his maternal granddam is a half-sister to Breeders Crown champion Broadway Schooner and world champion Cooler Schooner.

Back Of The Neck’s experienced great support in his first year in the breeding shed and his connections look forward to even more interest this year. He is standing at Blue Chip Farms for the 2024 breeding season. Visit to book your mare to Back Of The Neck today. Interstate shipped semen now available.

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