Grade 2 Winner Synchrony To Enter Stud In Brazil

Synchrony, a six-time graded stakes winner, will begin his stallion career at Haras Cima in Brazil, the South American publication Turf Diario reports.

The 7-year-old Tapit horse was retired in September after sustaining a minor injury. Racing as a homebred for Pin Oak Stud, under the shedrow of trainer Michael Stidham, Synchrony won nine of 29 career starts and earned $956,652.

He won two editions of the Grade 3 Fair Grounds Handicap, and he notched additional victories in the G2 Muniz Memorial Handicap and King Edward Stakes, as well as the G3 Red Bank Stakes and Oceanport Stakes. Synchrony also placed in eight other graded stakes races, including the G1 Turf Classic Stakes at Churchill Downs.

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, Brownie Points is the dam of graded stakes winner Chocolate Kisses as well as stakes winner Point System.

Synchrony is the second son of Tapit to be exported to Brazil in 2020 to launch his stallion career, following in the footsteps of classic-placed Hofburg.

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