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 drf.com, 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.

Read more at drf.com.

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