by Paulick Report Workers|08.05.2022|4:24pm
Scalding and jockey Javier Castellano take the Ben Ali at Keeneland
Scalding, who received a pair of Grade 3 races earlier this yr, has been retired from racing because of harm, BloodHorse experiences.
In keeping with proprietor Robert Clay of Grandview Equine, the 4-year-old son of Nyquist suffered a leg harm whereas coaching towards a begin within the Grade 1 Jockey Membership Gold Cup Stakes on Sept. 3 at Saratoga Race Course.
Owned by Grandview Equine in partnership with Cheyenne Secure and LNJ Foxwoods, Scalding received 4 of seven begins, and he earned $325,800. Shug McGaughey educated the colt.
Scalding was experiencing a profession season in 2022, beginning off with a maiden victory at Gulfstream Park in January. He shipped to Tampa Bay Downs a month later to take an allowance non-compulsory claiming race, then he examined graded stakes firm for the primary time and emerged victorious within the Grade 3 Challenger Stakes at Tampa Bay. The colt then shipped to Keeneland, the place he received the G3 Ben Ali Stakes.
His closing begin got here within the listed Blame Stakes on July 4 at Churchill Downs, the place he completed third.
Stud plans weren’t introduced for the colt.
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