Revolutionary, a classic-placed Grade 2 winner and sire, has been sold to continue his stallion career in Korea.
The 9-year-old son of War Pass was imported into the country on Aug. 28, according to Korea Racing Authority records. He previously stood at WinStar Farm in Versailles, Ky., where he retired to stud in 2015.
Revolutionary has sired two crops of racing age, with 38 winners and combined progeny earnings of $1,501,343. His most successful runner is Maiden Beauty, who is a stakes winner in New York. Other runners of note include stakes winners H. F. Carmel and Kuna Alegre.
Revolutionary won five of 13 starts for earnings of $1,353,125, highlighted by victories in the Grade 2 Louisiana Derby and G3 Withers Stakes and Pimlico Special Stakes. He also finished third in the 2013 Kentucky Derby.
Bred in Kentucky by William S. Farish, Revolutionary is out of the Grade 1-winning A.P. Indy mare Runup the Colors. He is a half-brother to Grade 2-placed runners Tafaseel and Ice Road. His extended family includes Horse of the Year Mineshaft, Broodmare of the Year Prospectors Delite, European champion Flagbird, and Grade/Group 1 winners Little Belle, Tomisue's Delight, and Mr. Sidney.
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