Pegasus Start ‘Under Consideration’ For Classic Third Global Campaign

Sagamore Farm and WinStar Farm’s Global Campaign will stand stud at WinStar next year, but the third place finisher in last weekend’s Breeders’ Cup Classic could first be pointed to the Pegasus World Cup on Jan. 23, reports drf.com.

The 4-year-old son of Curlin was bred by WinStar out of the A.P. Indy mare Globe Trot, making him the half-brother to Spendthrift sire Bolt d’Oro. Trained by Stanley Hough, Global Campaign won the G3 Peter Pan Stakes as a 3-year-old, and this year won the G3 Monmouth Cup and the G1 Woodward. His record stands at six wins from 10 starts for earnings of $1,321,080.

“The Pegasus is something that’s definitely under consideration,” Hunter Rankin, president of Sagamore Farm, told drf.com. Global Campaign will spend the next week or so at WinStar for inspections, then return to Hough’s stable.

Sagamore Farm announced a dispersal of all its equine stock last week.

Following the Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Keeneland, another horse reported to be under consideration for the 2021 Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park is Belmont Stakes winner and Classic disappointment Tiz the Law.

Read more at the Daily Racing Form.

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