03/21/2017 6:51AM

Frosted to Darley Australia for Southern Hemisphere season

Barbara D. Livingston
Frosted stands in the U.S. at Darley's Jonabell Farm in Lexington, Ky.

Multiple Grade 1 winner Frosted will shuttle to Darley Australia for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season.

A Southern Hemisphere fee for the 5-year-old son of Tapit will be announced at a later time. He currently stands at Darley’s Jonabell Farm location in Lexington, Ky. for $50,000.

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Frosted, a Darley homebred, won 6 of 19 starts for earnings of $3,972,800. He won the Grade 1 Metropolitan Handicap, Whitney Stakes, and Wood Memorial, as well as the Grade 2 Pennsylvania Derby, and his six graded placings include a runner-up effort to Triple Crown winner American Pharoah in the 2015 Belmont Stakes. In the U.A.E., Frosted won the Group 2 Al Maktoum Challenge Round 2.

Frosted is out of the Grade 2-winning Deputy Minister mare Fast Cookie, who is the dam of four winners from five runners. He is from the extended family of champion Midshipman and Grade 2/Group 2 winners Fleet Lady and Running Tall.

Fellow residents of Darley’s Kentucky base who shuttle to Australia for the Southern Hemisphere season include Animal Kingdom, Medaglia d’Oro and Street Boss. The late Street Cry was a frequent shipper for the Darley operation, and was Australia’s leading sire of 2016, led by Horse of the Year Winx.