07/08/2015 1:39PM

Conveyance to stand at Buck Pond Farm

Will Kenser/Coady Photography
Conveyance wins the 2010 Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park.

Grade 3 winner Conveyance has been retired from racing and will stand the 2016 breeding season at Buck Pond Farm in Versailles, Ky., for a fee to be determined.

The 8-year-old son of Indian Charlie finished his on-track career with four wins in 11 starts for earnings of $496,560.

Conveyance, a $240,000 purchase out of the 2008 Keeneland September yearling sale, went 2 for 2 as a juvenile for owner Thoroughbred Legends Racing Stable and trainer Bob Baffert. The colt was sold privately to Zabeel Racing International prior to his 3-year-old campaign, still under the tutelage of Baffert, and won the Grade 3 San Rafael and Southwest stakes in his first two starts.

After a runner-up finish in the Grade 3 Sunland Derby and a start in the 2010 Kentucky Derby, Conveyance was sent to the U.A.E. for his 4-year-old campaign under trainer Satish Seemar. He finished second in the Group 3 Mahab Al Shimaal in his U.A.E. debut, and later finished second in the Garhoud Sprint.

Bred in Kentucky by Gulf Coast Farms, Conveyance is out of the placed Holy Bull mare Emptythetill, whose four winners from five foals to race also include stakes winner Yukon Bull and stakes-placed Atlantic Bull.