retirements

Grade 1 Winner Leofric Retired, Standing In Chile

Leofric, the winner of last year’s Grade 1 Clark Handicap, has been retired from racing and sold to stand in Chile, Horse Racing Nation reports. The 6-year-old son of Candy Ride had not raced since earning his signature victory last November, owing to a foot injury that kept him out of a planned start in […]

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Breaking Lucky Retired, Will Stand In Louisiana In 2020

Canadian classic winner Breaking Lucky has been retired from racing, and he will begin his stallion career at Blue Star Racing in Scott, La., during the 2020 breeding season, BloodHorse reports. The 7-year-old son of Lookin at Lucky finished his on-track career with four wins in 27 starts for earnings of $1,196,376. He won the […]

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Maximus Mischief Retired, Stud Plans To Be Determined

Maximus Mischief, the winner of last year’s Grade 2 Remsen Stakes, has been retired from racing due to a soft tissue injury, Daily Racing Form reports. Trainer Butch Reid told DRF’s Jay Privman that the 3-year-old Into Mischief colt was taken out of training following the G2 Holy Bull Stakes at Gulfstream Park on Feb. […]

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Turf Star Heart To Heart Retired, Stud Plans Pending

Heart to Heart, a two-time Grade 1 winner on the turf, has been retired from racing with stud plans pending, Daily Racing Form reports. The 8-year-old English Channel horse will reside at Hidden Brook Farm in Paris, Ky., while decisions to begin his stallion career are finalized. He gained popularity among racing fans for the […]

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Dona Bruja Retired, Will Be Bred To Empire Maker

Dona Bruja, an Argentine champion and multiple Grade 3 winner in the U.S., has been retired from racing and will visit Gainesway’s Empire Maker for her first mating during the 2019 breeding season. The announcement was made via the Twitter account of trainer Ignacio Correas’s racing stable. A 7-year-old daughter of Storm Embrujado, Dona Bruja […]

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Cherry Lodge Retired, Will Be Bred To Quality Road

Cherry Lodge, a Grade 1-placed stakes winner, has been retired from racing, and will visit fast-rising sire Quality Road for her first mating later this year. The announcement was made via the Twitter account of Maggie Sweet, chief operating officer of trainer Todd Pletcher’s stable. The 5-year-old Bernardini mare raced for Antony Beck’s Gainesway Stable. […]

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Great Stuff Retired To Lovacres Ranch In California

Graded stakes winner Great Stuff has been retired and will stand the 2019 breeding season at Lovacres Ranch in Warner Springs, Calif., for a $5,000 fee, stands and nurses. Great Stuff is the only son of Quality to Road to stand in California. Quality Road was the number-one sire by Grade 1 winners in 2018. […]

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Shagaf Retired To Indiana Stallion Station For 2019

Shagaf, a Grade 3 winner, has been retired from racing and will stand the 2019 breeding season at Indiana Stallion Station in Anderson, Ind., for an advertised fee of $2,000. The 6-year-old son of Bernardini raced as a homebred for Shadwell Farm, winning three of seven starts for earnings of $331,700. Trained by Chad Brown, Shagaf […]

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Ami’s Flatter Retired To Ocala Stud For 2019

Ivan Dalos’ Ami’s Flatter, winner of the 2016 Grade 3 Commonwealth Stakes at Keeneland, has been retired and will stand the 2019 breeding season at Ocala Stud. A fee will be announced at a later date, and he is available for inspection. “We are looking forward to working with Mr. Dalos on standing Ami’s Flatter,” […]

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Fury Kapcori Retired To Journeyman Stud

Fury Kapcori, a grade 3 stakes winner and Grade 1-placed son of leading sire Tiznow, has been retired from racing and will stand the 2016 breeding season at Brent and Crystal Fernung’s Journeyman Stud in Ocala, Fla. A top performer and stakes winner as a juvenile, Fury Kapcori finished a close second to Violence in […]

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