Grade 1-Placed Eagle Retires To Stand At Texas’ Valor Farm

The graded stakes winning, Grade 1-placed Eagle has officially been retired to stud, reports bloodhorse.com. The 5-year-old son of Candy Ride will stand at Douglas Scharbauer’s Valor Farm in Texas for $5,000 in 2018.

“He ran at the highest level, he’s sound, was first or second 14 times out of 22 starts, and is a very good-looking horse,” said Ken Carson, general manager of Valor Farm.

Out of the Mineshaft mare Sea Gull, Eagle was never off the board in his four starts at age two, including two victories and a third in the G2 Kentucky Jockey Club. His graded stakes win came in the G3 Ben Ali at Keeneland, and he also ran second in both the G1 Alysheba Stakes and the G1 Stephen Foster.

Read more at bloodhorse.com.

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