Good With People becomes first Stakes Winner for Curlin to Mischief

Fresh off a runner up finish in the Graduation Stakes, Good With People wins the I’m Smokin Stakes at Del Mar on Friday, September 4th for his second win in three starts running the 6 furlongs in a snappy 1:10 1/5 while becoming the first stakes winner for his sire Curlin to Mischief.  He has now earned $106,000.  Watch race HERE.

Good With People was bred in California by his owners J. Kirk and Judy Robison. 

Miss Amulet continues Cinderella Story wins G2 at York

Miss Amulet continued her Cinderella story, going from $1,200 weanling to $9,800 yearling to being unplaced in first two starts at 2. She then won her 3rd start by 5 lengths. In first start vs. winners, she finished a good second and followed that up by winning a Listed stake while vanquishing the winner of her previous race. In her next start at York yesterday, she won the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes-G2 (pictured above).  Watch race HERE.
Is currently being pointed to the Cheveley Park Stakes-G1  at Newmarket. Who knows what her ceiling will be?  Could it be the Breeders Cup in November?

Two-Year-Olds Start August off in Style for Sir Prancealot

Miss Amulet wins Listed stake at Naas.

First in France on August 2nd, showing his debut win at Saint-Cloud was no fluke, Sir Lancelot (GB) returned to finish a strong 3rd in the Darley Prix de Cabourg-G3 at Deauville.  Watch HERE.

The next day in Ireland, Miss Amulet (IRE) won her stakes debut in style closing resolutely to win the Arqana Irish EBF Marwell S.-L at Naas Racecourse.  Watch HERE.

They are passing the baton to their older sisters next Saturday in the Yellow Ribbon Handicap (G2) at Del Mar: Sir Prancealot females Lady Prancealot (G1), Beau Recall (G2) and Tonahutu account for 3 of the 7 entries.  Stay tuned.

Sir Prancealot progeny celebrate Father’s Day by sweeping Hungarian 1000 and 2000 Guineas.

Sir Prancealot progeny make Dad proud on Father’s Day by sweeping the 1000 and 2000 Hungarian Guineas at Kingscem Park in Budapest. First Antilopa (IRE) wins 1000 Guineas (G3-HUN) in game fashion (Watch race HERE) and shortly thereafter Charlie Firpo (IRE) wins 2000 Guineas (G2-HUN) in similar fashion. (Watch race HERE).

Progeny by Sir Prancealot have shown their versatility during this pandemic-restricted year by winning races in Abu Dhabi, England, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Qatar and the United States.

Sir Busker’s Amazing Ascot run ignites big day for Sir Prancealot

On June 17, Sir Busker made an impressive late run to beat a field of 22 in the Silver Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot for his 3rd win in his last four starts since first stretching out to a mile.  Watch race HERE.

Also, Cotopaxi made her second start a winning one at Chelmsford City to become the first 2yo winner in the United Kingdom for Sir Prancealot this year.  Watch race HERE.  The first two-year-old winner worldwide was accomplished by Shine It Up in Italy 8 days earlier.

Finally, making it a perfect 3 for 3 on the day in the United Kingdom for Sir Prancealot when Half Nutz, who broke her maiden in her final of 8 starts at 2 last year, came back 238 days later at 3 to win a Handicap at Limerick in Ireland. Watch race HERE.


Mike’s Tiznow wins Albany S. in consecutive starts 363 days apart.

Mike’s Tiznow, a son of Rancho San Miguel stallion Slew’s Tiznow, won consecutive runnings of the Albany Stakes on June 6, 2020 after winning the same race in his prior start on June 8, 2019.

You can watch the race HERE.  He has now won 5 races in 9 starts and $197,005 for owner Mike Schott and trainer Andy Mathis.

He was bred by Eagle Ridge Racing LLC and was foaled at Rancho San Miguel.



Late season stud fee discounts available at Rancho San Miguel

2020 Late Season Stud Fee Discounts Available 

Rancho San Miguel stands some of the top stallions in California: Curlin to Mischief, Danzing Candy, Northern Causeway, Richard’s Kid, Sir Prancealot, Slew’s Tiznowand Tom’s Tribute.

Please call General Manager Dennis Yokum at 714-292-9685 and inquire about late season discounts on all stallions standing at Rancho San Miguel.  Special consideration for stakes winning or stakes producing mares.

Curlin to Mischief Danzing Candy Northern Causeway Richard’s Kid
Sir Prancealot Slew’s Tiznow Tom’s Tribute


COVID-19 Health and Safety Update.

Dear Valued Client,

Our team is dedicated to the highest level of care and attention – from feeding to farrier work to veterinary care.  Even during the current COVID-19 crisis, we continue to service the breeding industry and look to the future.  With the utmost regard for the health and well-being of our staff, our employees, and the essential professionals who make up our team – and also for you, our clients – Rancho San Miguel is temporarily closed to visitors.  We have implemented biosecurity measures here at the farm and, in addition, have adopted the following NEW guidelines for horse haulers during this time:

  • When dropping off or picking up horses at our facility, please do not exit the vehicle.  Rancho San Miguel employees will load and/or unload horses on your behalf.
  • Please have your trailer or horse van assembled and ready for loading upon arrival; our employees will not be responsible for assembling parts of your trailer.
  • We are now paperless.  No paperwork will be accepted when you arrive; please have all necessary forms emailed or faxed to the office.
  • If you are sick, please find an alternate driver to pickup or deliver your horse

We are taking these precautionary steps for health and safety, and to preserve and secure our farm and our breeding program.  We appreciate your understanding and commitment.  We look forward to welcoming you back very soon.  During this period we remain open to hearing from you and discussing your horses and plans; we want to keep communication open even as we limit contagion.

​Dennis Yokum

General Manager, Rancho San Miguel


An Important Notice About Rancho San Miguel

In accordance with state policy about non-essential travel, and in an attempt to protect the health of workers at Rancho San Miguel – and you, our clients – we are currently not receiving visitors and restricting access to the farm to essential personnel only. We thank you for your patience and understanding during this period and look forward to welcoming you back to Rancho San Miguel when matters return to normal.

Dennis Yokum, General Manager


Sir Prancealot’s Sir Arthur Dayne wins G2 in Qatar

Sir Arthur Dayne (by Sir Prancealot) wins $250,000 USD Al Biddah Mile (G2-QA) at Doha in Qatar running the mile in 1:33 2/5. Watch race HERE.