The 19-year-old Stephen Got Even will be moved to Old Friends Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, according to the Blood Horse. The son of A.P. Indy has been pensioned from stud duty at Lane's End Farm.
Out of the graded stakes-placed mare Immerse (Cox's Ridge), Stephen Got Even retired from racing with earnings of over $1 million and five wins from 11 starts. Trained by Nick Zito, the stallion ran in the 1999 Kentucky Derby as the second-choice, but ran into traffic and finished 14th. He was bred by Lane's End owner William S. Farish in partnership with W.S. Kilroy, and was raced by Stephen and Tomisue Hilbert.
In his 14-year career as a sire, Stephen Got Even has 469 winners from 649 starters. Of those, 17 are graded stakes winners. Some of his best runners have been I Want Revenge, First Dude and Stevie Wonderboy.
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