Slew the Slewor relocated to GeorgiaPosted: Monday, November 13, 2000
Elizabeth Mateo's multiple stakes winner Slew the Slewor has been moved from Florida to stand the 2001 season at Premier Sporthorses farm near Alpharetta, Georgia. The 13-year-old son of Slew o' Gold out of Featherhill (Fr), by Lyphard, will stand for $4,000.
With four crops of racing age, Slew the Slewor has sired 27 winners from 55 starters, including stakes-placed winners Viewtoakill and Pampamdu. Viewtoakill is 9-10-9 in 56 career starts, including a third-place finish in the 1998 Citation Stakes at Hialeah Park, for $198,474 in earnings. Slew the Slewor has overall progeny earnings of $782,419.
Slew the Slewor won 8-of-25 career starts, including the 1990 Prix Omnium II at Saint-Cloud, the '91 Robert F. Carey Memorial Handicap at Hawthorne Race Course, and the '92 Hurricanes Handicap at Calder Race Course, for $344,202 in earnings.