Grade 1 winners Paddy O’Prado and Corinthian have been sold and will be relocated to Turkey.
The Daily Racing Form reports that the stallions – Paddy O’Prado stood at Spendthrift Farm in Kentucky and Corinthian resided at Pin Oak Lane Farm in Pennsylvania – will now stand at Evicmen Harasi in Kemalpasa, Turkey.
Paddy O’Prado won five of 14 career starts for earnings of $1,721,297. The son of El Prado’s biggest victory came in the Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes at Arlington Park. In addition, he captured the G2 Virginia Derby, Colonial Turf Cup, and Dixie Stakes. He was also third in the 2010 Kentucky Derby.
Paddy O’Prado is out of the Grade 2-winning mare, Fun House, by Prized. He is a half brother to champion Untapable.
Corinthian began his stud career at Gainesway Farm in 2008. He was relocated to Pin Oak Lane in 2014.
Corinthian won six of 12 starts for earnings of $1,267,273, with victories in the Grade 1 Metropolitan Mile and Grade 2 Gulfstream Park Handicap. He also won the inaugural Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile in 2007.
Read more in the Daily Racing Form
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