retirements

Disco Partner Retired To Rockridge Stud In New York For 2020 Breeding Season

Multiple graded stakes winner and world record-setter Disco Partner has been retired to Rockridge Stud in Hudson, N.Y. for the upcoming 2020 breeding season. The speedy New York-bred son of Disco Rico won back-to-back renditions of the Grade 2/Grade 3 Jaipur Invitational Stakes, as well as tallying repeat victories in the Belmont Turf Sprint Invitational […]

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Preservationist Retired To Airdrie Stud For 2020 Breeding Season

Centennial Farms’ Grade 1-winning Preservationist has been retired from racing and will take up stud duty at Mr. and Mrs. Brereton C. Jones’s Airdrie Stud for the 2020 breeding season. Bred in Kentucky by Emory A. Hamilton, Preservationist was a $485,000 yearling purchase by Centennial before going on to earn the designation as one of […]

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World Of Trouble Retired To Hill ‘N’ Dale Farms For 2020 Breeding Season

Multiple Grade 1 winner World of Trouble has been retired and will enter stud at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms in Lexington, Ky. for the 2020 breeding season. A leader in the sprint division on both dirt and turf, the son of Kantharos captured both the Grade 1 Carter Handicap on dirt and the G1 Jaipur […]

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Grade 1 Winner Audible Retired, To Stand At WinStar Farm In 2020

Audible, Into Mischief’s Grade 1 Florida Derby winner, has been retired and will enter stud at WinStar Farm for the 2020 breeding season. One of the most consistent 3-year-olds of his generation, Audible was never off the board in five stakes with three stakes wins in his sophomore season for owners WinStar Farm, China Horse […]

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Graves Promoted To Gainesway General Manager Following Retirement Of Howard

Neil Howard, general manager of Gainesway Farm, has retired from his position after more than two decades of service. He is succeeded by Brian Graves, another long-serving member of the Gainesway team, who steps up from his current role as director of public sales. Gainesway CEO, Antony Beck, paid warm tribute to Howard. “Over the […]

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Demarchelier To Stand At Claiborne Farm in 2020

Claiborne Farm announced on Oct. 2 that Demarchelier will join its stallion roster in 2020. Purchased by Peter M. Brant’s White Birch Farm for $592,486 at the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale in 2017, Demarchelier was brilliant from the start. This regally-bred son of Dubawi won upon his juvenile debut at Aqueduct in a thrilling stretch […]

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Qurbaan Retired To Shadwell Farm For 2020 Breeding Season

Shadwell Stable’s multiple graded stakes winner Qurbaan came out of his victory in the Grade 2 Bernard Baruch Handicap with a slight injury and has been retired to stand at Nashwan Stud on Shadwell Farm in Lexington, Ky., in 2020 for a fee of $5,000 live foal. Stallion manager Kent Barnes said, “Qurbaan has a […]

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‘She Tried Her Heart Out’: Chasing Yesterday, Half-Sister To American Pharoah, Retired

Chasing Yesterday, a Grade 1-winning half-sister to 2015 Triple Crown winner and Horse of the Year American Pharoah, has been retired from racing to begin her broodmare career in 2020, Thoroughbred Racing Commentary reports. The 3-year-old Tapit filly has been living at owner/breeder Jane Lyon’s Summer Wind Farm in Georgetown, Ky., after suffering an entrapped […]

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Multiple Stakes Winner Lake Ponchatrain Retired, Booked To California Chrome

Multiple stakes winner Lake Ponchatrain, a $626,368-earner whose accomplishments include 10 black-type wins and placings, has been retired from racing and is booked to visit two-time Horse of the Year California Chrome in 2020 for her first breeding. A 7-year-old daughter of 2010 Travers Stakes winner Afleet Express out of Harmony Lake, by Lucky Lionel, […]

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Robert Bruce Retired, Will Enter Stud In Chile

Robert Bruce, the winner of the 2018 Arlington Million Stakes, has been retired from racing and will return to his native Chile to begin his stallion career, Daily Racing Form reports. Trainer Chad Brown told DRF’s David Grening the 5-year-old son of Fast Company came out of his most recent effort, a fourth-place effort in […]

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