World Champion CENTURION ATM retired to stud duty in Sweden in 2018 with career earnings of $728,894 and a world-record career mark of 1:53.2 at two, having established his mark while winning the Peter Haughton Memorial at the Meadowlands. CENTURION ATM is a full brother to World Champion Triumphant Caviar (winner of $796,794), out of the multiple-stakes winning producer ENS Tag Session, also dam of Prayer Session ($731,957).
CENTURION ATM will be taking advantage of the exciting new Kentucky Stallion Bonus Program announced as part of the emerging Kentucky Sire Stakes program. Under the new Stallion Bonus Program, beginning with the 2021 breeding season, any horse that resulted from a stallion standing in Kentucky and a mare residing in Kentucky for 180 days (and nominated to the program) is eligible to receive a 50% bonus if finishing 1st through 5th in any of the legs and the finals of the Championship and Commonwealth Series Programs.
“After seeing his first crop of yearlings in Sweden this year and the two we bred and sold in Kentucky ourselves, we are excited about returning CENTURION ATM to the United States to take advantage of the Kentucky program. He will be a great fit for breeders wanting to get in the game early and take advantage of the new stallion bonus program,” says Knutsson Trotting’s Tristan Sjoberg.
Career earnings: $728,894
By SJ's Caviar-ENS Tag Session, by Tagliabue