07/03/2015 1:46PM

Horse Greeley to stand in Argentina

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Grade 2 winner Horse Greeley has been sold to Haras La Leyenda in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Racing Post reports.

The 11-year-old son of Mr. Greeley previously resided at Claiborne Farm in Paris, Ky., where he retired to stud for the 2009 breeding season. He stood in 2015 for an advertised fee of $2,500.

Horse Greeley is the sire of four crops of racing age, with 47 winners and combined progeny earnings of more than $3.8 million. His leading runners include Canadian champion Go Greeley, Grade 2 winner Leave the Light On, Grade 3 winners Clearly Now and Really Mr Greeley, and Grade 2-placed Scotland.

Horse Greeley raced as a homebred for Ray and Martha Parfet, winning two of six starts for $225,460. He specialized at the sprint distances, winning the Grade 2 Del Mar Futurity and finishing third in the Grade 1 Malibu Stakes.

The stallion is out of the multiple Grade 1-placed Storm Cat mare Chile Chatte, who is the dam of six winners from seven foals to race. His extended family includes Chilean Group 1 winner Carita Tostada and U.S. Grade 3 winners Shaconage and Jadada. 

Horse Greeley joins a roster at Haras La Leyenda that includes New York shuttle stallion Freud, as well as Strategic Prince, Lingote De Oro, Cima De Triomphe, and Luck Money.