Canadian classic winner Breaking Lucky has been retired from racing, and he will begin his stallion career at Blue Star Racing in Scott, La., during the 2020 breeding season, BloodHorse reports.
The 7-year-old son of Lookin at Lucky finished his on-track career with four wins in 27 starts for earnings of $1,196,376. He won the 2015 Prince of Wales Stakes, the second leg of Canada's Triple Crown, and later went on to take the Grade 3 Seagram Cup Stakes and hit the board in a trio of Grade 1 races.
Breaking Lucky raced for the partnership of West Point Thoroughbreds, Reeves Thoroughbred Racing, Eric Young, and R. A. Hill Stable. He was trained by George Weaver.
Bred in Ontario by Christine Hayden, Breaking Lucky is out of the Grade 1-placed Sky Classic mare Shooting Party. He's a half-brother to Quake Lake, the dam of Kentucky Derby winner Country House, who is himself by Lookin at Lucky.
Read more at BloodHorse.
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