Bridlewood Farm's Osare, a stakes-winning half-sister to champion Arrogate trained by Jonathan Thomas, has been retired following an off-the-board effort on July 6 in the Grade 3 Robert G. Dick Memorial at Delaware Park.
Bred in Kentucky by Clearsky Farms, the dark bay or brown daughter of Medaglia d'Oro is out of the multiple stakes-winning Distorted Humor mare Bubbler, who produced multiple Grade 1-winner and 2016 Eclipse Award-winning 3-year-old colt Arrogate.
“She chased a fast pace at Delaware,” said Thomas. “She's already a stakes winner, but with her pedigree you want to give her a chance to be graded stakes placed. We're going to retire her to be a broodmare.
“She went back to Bridlewood and they have a lot of time until the breeding season to decide who she will be bred to,” continued Thomas. “With her pedigree and the fact that she is a stakes winner, there's nothing but upside.”
Osare retires with two wins in six career starts for earnings of $234,605. She broke her maiden in her second career start in June 2018, taking a mile and a quarter dirt race at Belmont Park.
Bridlewood Farm bought Osare for $300,000 at the 2016 Keeneland September Yearling Sale.
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