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Chapter Seven - She's Gone Again - SJS Caviar
2, 1:58.1f, 3, 1:52 ($423,121)

Service Fee $4500




Buckeye State breeders looking to access blood from the world champion sire line of Chapter Seven need to look no further than Dublin Valley Farm’s own stakes-winning son by the name of Enterprise.

Progeny of Chapter Seven has taken the trotting world by storm with the son of Windsong’s Legacy ending the five-year stranglehold of Muscle Hill as the leading sire of All Age trotters in each of the last two seasons.

With progeny earnings in excess of $51,000,000, Chapter Seven has possibly usurped Muscle Hill in respect to being a sire of sires with his first crop son, Walner, making an indelible impact as the leading two and three-year-old sire in North America with his first two crops of racing age.

These are the hottest bloodlines in the world, and in Enterprise, Ohio has access to one of his best-siring sons at a price tag that will suit any budget.


Enterprise had his first crop of 55 foals graduate last season's juvenile ranks, with 34 of them reaching the starting gates in some capacity.

With progeny earnings of $314,576, Enterprise finished within the top 20 of the trotting stallions in the state by total earnings, with much fewer foals on the ground than some of his more established competition.

While the humble beginning to his stud career may have failed to capture the imagination of the trotting industry, Ohio breeders would be foolish to judge Enterprise on his first crop success.

The very definition of an enterprise is “a project or undertaking, especially a bold or complex one.” 
Sounds very much like making a breeding decision!

Enterprise has the maternal pedigree and race track credentials to make a big impact in coming seasons, and studious breeders who realize this stand the chance of reaping the rewards as a more steady stream of his stock get opportunities in the future.


Testament to this is the fact that Enterprise was a late bloomer himself, racing only once as a late two-year-old and making it count as a winning one.

Many forget that part way through his sophomore season, Enterprise was an early national season’s leader at three in a crop that included the likes of What The Hill, Devious Man, Dover Dan, and International Moni.

Enterprise was trained by Marcus Melander and won half of his 12 starts in 2017, including an elimination of the Hambletonian at the Meadowlands, where he cleared a pocket late to sprint past three-year-old Trotting Male of the Year, What The Hill and qualify for the final in a time of 1:52.

Enterprise finished fourth, and placed third in the $1,000,000 final of the Hambletonian, after being pocketed three back on the running rail and mounting an impressive rally in the late stretch.

In the same season, Enterprise also won a leg of the New York Sire Stakes at Vernon, and an elimination of the Good Times at Mohawk.

During the colt’s three-year-old season, U.S. trainer Marcus Melander noted, “[Enterprise] moves so easy, even though he’s a pretty big horse. He’s got speed, but he never gets tired. He’s a very strong horse.”

While racing in Europe at four, Enterprise was 1-2-3 in 7 of 17 starts, including a third-place finish to Hambletonian winner Perfect Spirit in the prestigious Kings Trophy at Aby, which was a track record performance (1:54.2f mile rate) over the 1 5/16th mile distance.

Hambletonian elimination winner Enterprise T.2,1:58.1f; 3,1:52 ($423,121) stands his fourth season in Ohio at Dublin Valley Farms for a stud fee of $4,500.


Measuring just under 16 hands, and by the red hot sire Chapter Seven, Enterprise is from the 100% producing dam She's Gone Again whose first three foals all trotted in 1:52.4 or faster, including the filly Live Laugh Love that was third in the historic World Record 1:49.4 mile in the 2018 Delvin Miller Memorial at the Meadowlands, race timed in 1:50.2.

His dam is also a half-sister to Breeders Crown winner Poof She's Gone 3,1:53.1 ($1,312,093).

Robert Hershberger, owner of Dublin Valley Farms, is pleased to be able to offer the bloodlines of such a well-credentialed trotter and stated, “Enterprise is a magnificent individual, whose conformation, pedigree, and racing credentials make him an excellent choice for Ohio breeders looking for a direct connection to the red-hot Chapter Seven."

“We are confident that on the back of his continued support, he will make an even bigger impact on the racetrack with his three-year-olds, much in the same manner he did as a racehorse,” he said.


Highlights of his racing career

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