Millionaire Vyjack Retired To Machmer Hall, Could Pursue Second Career

by | 06.25.2018 | 2:23pm
Vyjack winning the City of Hope Mile at Santa Anita in 2016

A four-time graded stakes winner and course record-setter, the 8-year-old Vyjack has officially been retired from racing. According to, he has been returned to breeders Carrie and Craig Brogden's Machmer Hall in Kentucky.

The son of Into Mischief is a half-brother to champion Tepin, out of the Stravinsky mare Life Happened. He earned a total of $1.4 million in his career, winning on both dirt and turf, and garnered multiple Grade 1 placings.

Vyjack could be considered for a second career after some let-down time from the racetrack.


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