Haras de Bouttemont announced this morning that Europe’s leading French trotting stallion READY CASH passed away having suffered a fatal attack of colic
Ready Cash, was born in 2005 and became one of the world’s most successful trotting stallions.
As a racehorse he won 40 of his 70 starts. He retired from racing in 2014, with earnings of €4,282,300 making him at that time, the richest French Trotter in history and the fourth richest in the world. Ready Cash was owned by the French trainer Philippe Allaire, who also stood him as a stallion at his Haras de Bouttemont in Normandy.
His wins included wins in the Prix d’Amerique (2011 & 2012), Prix de France (2011 & 2013), Prix de Paris, Criterium des Jeunes, Prix Albert Viel, Criterium des 3 ans, Grand de Wallonie, etc
Whilst he retired from the track in 2014 to fulfil full time stud duties, his first crop was born in 2010 and Ready Cash has been the French stallion champion since 2016. He’s the sire of top trotters like Bold Eagle, Face Time Bourbon, Readly Express, and Bird Parker in Europe and in North America Back of the Neck 1:51s ($1,463,733) and Ready For Moni 4,1:50.3 ($1,204,068).
Ready Cash has made a big impact on the breeding scene in Europe as a sire of racehorses, a sire of sires and as a broodmare sire. Since 2016, Ready Cash has been confirmed as the most successful sire in France for winning offspring. The word best rightly accompanied him throughout his racing and breeding career.
Ready Cash has one son standing at Stud in GB, Glen Miller (FR).