Graded Stakes Winner Synchrony Retired; Stud Plans Pending

Pin Oak Stable’s multiple graded stakes winner Synchrony, has been retired from racing.

According to Pin Oak general manager Clifford Barry, Synchrony exited his last race with a minor injury. Barry stated that the unfortunate timing would require time away from the races, missing all significant fixtures, so the decision was made to retire the homebred son of three-time leading sire Tapit.

Carrying the colors of Pin Oak owner Josephine Abercrombie, Synchrony has been an ultra-consistent campaigner. Over a six-year career, he won nine races and placed 11 times in 29 starts, and amassed earnings of $956,652.

His six graded stakes victories include a game rally in Woodbine’s one-mile Grade 2 King Edward Stakes, back-to-back wins in the 1 1/8-mile G3 Fair Grounds Handicap, and a 2 1/4-length win in the 1 1/16-mile G3 Oceanport Stakes at Monmouth Park. In addition, he won or placed in 14 graded stakes at seven different race tracks, including Del Mar, Arlington Park, Churchill Downs, and Oaklawn.

As a 2-year-old, Synchrony signaled his talent early, with dominant wins at Churchill and Keeneland, posting impressive speed figures for a juvenile.

By Tapit, Synchrony is out of Pin Oak homebred Brownie Points. A daughter of Forest Wildcat, Brownie Points was a graded stakes winner of eight black type stakes, earning over $950,000. Her best performances included a victory in the G3 Ouija Board Distaff Handicap and a runner-up finish in the G1 Apple Blossom Handicap to Horse of the Year Zenyatta.

In addition to Synchrony, she is the dam of graded stakes winner Chocolate Kisses as well as stakes winner Point System.

Synchrony will be arriving at the farm later this week and stud plans have not been finalized.

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