Missing the Breeders' Cup, World of Trouble retires to stud

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More than one Grade 1 winner International of Bother has been retired and can input stud at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms for the 2020 breeding season, it was once introduced Monday.

A pacesetter within the dash department on each filth and turf, the son of Kantharos captured each the Carter (G1) on filth and the Jaipur (G1) on turf this 12 months and retires with a report of 13: 9-2-1 with profits of $1,263,300 for homeowners Michael Dubb, Madaket Stables and Bethlehem Stables.

“He is the quickest horse I ever owned,” mentioned co-owner Michael Dubb. “My jaw dropped each time he raced. He was once such a very simple horse, as he may just run on anything else. He gained Grade 1 races on each filth and turf in New York this season, one thing that most certainly is not going to occur for me ever once more.

“Since we could not make the Breeders’ Cup because of a foot bruise, we made up our minds it is easiest for him to begin making small children.”

International of Bother broke his maiden through 14 lengths at the filth in his debut as a 2-year-old. He competed solely in stakes races after breaking his maiden.

Recognized for his blazing pace and wire-to-wire ways, International of Bother gained seven of his remaining 8 begins, along with his handiest defeat coming towards older horses within the 2018 Breeders’ Cup Turf Dash the place he ran 2nd through a neck to champion Stormy Liberal. He submitted 100-plus Beyers in his remaining seven begins, together with 118 Beyer Determine, the very best for a 3-year-old that season.

“Together with his thoughts, temperament, disposition and need, I will be able to’t wait to reproduce to International of Bother myself,” mentioned teacher Jason Servis. “He may just run on anything else, profitable stakes on speedy and sloppy filth and company and yielding turf. It did not topic; he would throw down the ones speedy fractions that may lead him to victory without reference to the outside, observe, or pageant.”

The 4-year-old son of Kantharos will now stand along his sire at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farm.

“International of Bother was once uniquely proficient as a Grade 1 winner on each filth and turf,” mentioned Hill ‘n’ Dale Farm President John Sikura. “As probably the most a hit son of the unexpectedly emerging Kantharos, we all know breeders will love the pony. International of Bother was once a world-class racehorse with good easy pace.”

He’s going to stand for a charge of $15,000 stands and nurses.

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