The Ohio stallion roster will add two new names for the 2020 breeding season, in Danza and Dynamic Racer, BloodHorse reports.
Danza, an 8-year-old son of Street Boss, will stand at Fair Winds Farm in Waynesville, Ohio on a two-year lease from Spendthrift Farm. He began his stallion career in 2016 at Spendthrift's Lexington, Ky., base, and his first foals are 2-year-olds of 2019. His advertised fee will be $2,500.
A winner of the Grade 1 Arkansas Derby and third in the 2014 Kentucky Derby, Danza retired with two wins in five career starts for earnings of $866,428.
At stud, Danza's runners are led by Irish Danzing, who finished third in the Joseph A. Gimma Stakes at Belmont Park.
Danza is himself out of the stakes-placed French Deputy mare Champagne Royale, making him a half-brother to Grade 1 winner Majestic Harbor.
Dynamic Racer will retire from the racetrack to enter stud at R.C. Cline Thoroughbred Farm in Orient, Ohio, where he will stand for a private fee.
The 3-year-old son of Run Away and Hide finished his career with two wins in seven starts for $77,649. His final two starts came on the Turfway Park path to the Kentucky Derby, turning in runner-up efforts in the John Battaglia Memorial Stakes and Grade 3 Jeff Ruby Steaks.
Dynamic Racer broke his maiden going a mile on the turf at Belterra Park, and later took a Turfway optional claiming race going the same distance over the Polytrack.
A homebred for Lou Dunn Diekemper Racing, Dynamic Racer is out of the winning Any Given Saturday mare Biogio's Gift.
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