Redeemed Relocated To Century Acres Farm In Texas

Redeemed, a Grade 2-winning and Grade 1-placed son of Include, has been relocated to Century Acres Farm in Hempstead, Texas.

A leading sire in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic region, Redeemed has sired the earners of more than $3 million. He will stand for a $2,000 fee as property of Teo Mallet. 

On the track, Redeemed hit the board in 12 of his 13 starts with eight wins and $832,140 in earnings. As a sprinter, he finished second in the Grade 2 Amsterdam Stakes going 6 1/2 furlongs at Saratoga, and going a route of ground, he won the Oklahoma Derby, G3 Discovery Handicap, G3 Greenwood Cup Stakes and G2 Brooklyn Handicap. The latter two were both contested at 1 1/2 miles, and his 2:28.01 clocking in the Greenwood Cup established a track record at Parx Racing. Redeemed also ran third in the G1 Donn Handicap.

Redeemed’s leading runners include Saint Main Event, a stakes-placed earner of nearly $300,000, and Redeem My Heart, a stakes-placed earner of nearly $150,000.

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