‘All Good Things Come To An End’: Pink Lloyd Won’t Return To The Races In 2022

Trainer Robert Tiller revealed on Instagram this week that multiple Canadian champion Pink Lloyd will make Saturday’s G2 Kennedy Road Stakes at Woodbine the final start of his storied career. The 9-year-old gelding will then retire to the LongRun Thoroughbred Retirement Society, where fans can visit him.

“There’s definitely mixed feelings,” Tiller told the Daily Racing Form. “When it’s all over, it will be a big sigh of relief. It hasn’t been easy training this horse. I’ll be happy for him and happy for everybody involved. I knew this day would come, and we’ve made the joint decision to retire him. All good things come to an end. He’s not going to run as a 10-year-old against top horses. He’s done enough. He’s been amazing.”

A 28-time winner from his 37 starts thus far, the Entourage Stable-owned Pink Lloyd has current earnings of $1,786,083. He has earned seven Sovereign Awards over the past four years, including Canada’s Horse of the Year title in 2017 when he put together a perfect 8-for-8 campaign. Tiller raced him exclusively over the main track at Woodbine, where the gelding’s talents shone brightest.

This season, Pink Lloyd has left the starting gates four times, winning two and finishing second in the other two.

Among Pink Lloyd’s victories are: G2 Kennedy Road (2017, 2019), G3 Bold Venture (2020, 2021), G3 Vigil (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020), and the G3 Jacques Cartier (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020).

Read more at the Daily Racing Form.

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