Kentuckian Sold To Stand In Brazil

by | 07.05.2018 | 6:47pm
Kentuckian romps in the Laz Barrera.

Grade 3 winner Kentuckian has been retired from racing and sold to stand in Brazil, the South American publication Turf Diario reports.

The 6-year-old son of Tiznow was campaigned by Fox Hill Farm and trained by Jerry Hollendorfer, winning three of 10 starts for earnings of $177,830.

A half-brother to Maclean's Music, Kentuckian was a $610,000 purchase at the 2013 Keeneland September Yearling Sale, and he won the Grade 3 Lazaro Barrera Stakes at Santa Anita. He also finished third in the G2 Los Alamitos Derby.

Kentuckian was unraced since May 2017, but he had been training toward a return this spring at Keeneland and Churchill Downs.

Kentuckian was purchased by a partnership of Brazilian farms that includes Haras do Morro, Haras Cima, Haras Santa Rita da Serra, and Haras Rio Iguassu.

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