Neolithic Retired To Stud At Florida’s Pleasant Acres

by | 01.26.2018 | 5:48pm
Neolithic wins an allowance race at Gulfstream Park

Multiple Grade 1-placed Neolithic has officially been retired, reports thoroughbreddailynews.com. The 5-year-old son of Harlan's Holiday will stand the 2018 breeding season at Pleasant Acres Farm in Florida.

“Helen and I have made it our mission to bring stallions to Florida that offer Florida Breeders new blood each year,” said farm owner Joe Barbazon. “Neolithic will be the first Harlan's Holiday to stand in Florida and we are proud that not only is he the first, but he is also his sire's highest earner who finished a brilliant third to Longines highest-rated race horse, Arrogate, in the Pegasus right here in Florida!”

Over 12 races in his career, Neolithic earned $2.2 million and a record of three wins, four seconds and three thirds.

Read more at thoroughbreddailynews.com.

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