07/08/2014 11:31AM

Grade 1 winner Streaming retired

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Shigeki Kikkawa
Streaming, winner of last year's Grade 1 Hollywood Starlet, has been retired due to a hind leg injury.

Grade 1 winner Streaming has been retired from racing due to a hind leg injury and will join the broodmare band at Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms in Lexington, Ky.

The 3-year-old Smart Strike filly won two of four starts during her on-track career for earnings of $349,000, highlighted by a victory in the Grade 1 Hollywood Starlet Stakes. She kicked off her sophomore campaign with a runner-up finish in the Grade 1 Las Virgenes Stakes.

Streaming competed as a homebred for Hill ‘n’ Dale Equine Holdings and Edward McGhee. She was trained by Bob Baffert.

The filly is out of the winning Storm Cat mare Teeming, also a product of the Hill ‘n’ Dale breeding program, who is the dam of five winners from as many foals to race, including stakes winner Cascading and stakes-placed runners Distracting and Gifting. Streaming’s second dam is 2007 Broodmare of the Year Better Than Honour, whose foals include champion Rags to Riches, Belmont Stakes winner Jazil, Breeders’ Cup Marathon winner Man of Iron, and Grade 2 winner Casino Drive.

“While it is always sad to retire such a supremely talented filly, we are so proud of her accomplishments, as well as those of her dam, Teeming, who is emerging as one of the most prolific producers today,” said Hill ‘n’ Dale President John G. Sikura. “We are delighted to welcome Streaming home to join the rest of the family here at Hill ‘n’ Dale.”