Officials say the two stallions are now standing at Brazos Valley Stallion Station, in Stephenville, Texas.
Tom and Lisa Guinn, owners of Metallic Rebel and Rollz Royce, said in a statement they were pleased to announce the transition of their stallions to Brazos Valley Stallion Station. The facility is an industry leader in performance horse breeding and reproductive services, and the skilled and knowledgeable staff at Brazos Valley Stallion Station are ready to serve breeders, according to an announcement of the move.
The statement said the inclusion of Metallic Rebel and Rollz Royce’s offspring into the new Brazos Valley Stallion Station Super Stallion Incentive only adds excitement for the future of these stallions.
“Jeremy Barwick and the entire staff at Brazos Valley Stallion Station have welcomed us with open arms,” Stallion Manager Debbie Roberts said in the statement. “The care they provide to the stallions and their customer service is, without exception, top-notch. We are all looking forward to Metallic Rebel and Rollz Royce joining the experienced team at Brazos Valley Stallion Station and being included in the Super Stallion Incentive at the 2022 futurities.”
Metallic Rebel, a 2012 stallion by Metallic Cat and out of EquiStat Elite $2 Million Dam Sweet Abra (by Abrakadabracre), is an NCHA earner of $428,271 and numerous prestigious titles including 2017 NCHA Horse of the Year and is an NCHA Hall of Fame Horse.
“Rebel’s” first foal crop hit the ground in 2018 and reached futurity age this year.
His offspring have already won at the early cutting futurities, with his first major Open win as a sire coming courtesy of last month’s victory by A Rebel N Paris in the Yellowstone Cotton Stakes 3-Year-Old Open in West Monroe, Louisiana.
In 2018, Rollz Royce earned the NCHA Super Stakes Open Reserve Championship and in 2019, he captured the NCHA Summer Spectacular Classic Open championship title.
Rollz Royce also earned the distinction of being an NCHA Hall of Fame Horse.
His dam, Show Biz Kitty, is the producer of earners of more than $1.4 million, including 2020 NCHA Futurity Open Champion All Spice.
Rollz Royce’s first limited foal crop arrived in 2020.
Super Stallion Incentive
The newly announced Brazos Valley Stallion Station Super Stallion Incentive will include Metallic Rebel and Rollz Royce’s offspring. Starting in 2022, 3-year-old horses sired by participating Brazos Valley Stallion Station-managed sires will be eligible for the lucrative finalist purses at the NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity® and NCHA World Championship Futurity. This incentive will be available in 2022 to 3-year-olds sired by Metallic Rebel and other eligible stallions showing at the NCHA World Championship Futurity and NRCHA Snaffle Bit Futurity.