03/03/2016 4:53PM

Old Fashioned, Plan to stand in South Korea

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Old Fashioned and Plan have been sold to continue their stallion careers in Korea for the 2016 breeding season.

Old Fashioned, a 10-year-old son of Unbridled’s Song, previously stood at Taylor Made Stallions in Nicholasville, Ky., where he was advertised for a 2016 fee of $6,500.

Plan, an 11-year-old son of Storm Cat, stood at Heritage Stallions in Chesapeake City, Md., as property of Adena Springs, where he was advertised in 2015 for $2,500.

Retired to stud for the 2010 breeding season, Old Fashioned has sired four crops of racing age, with 91 winners and progeny earnings of more than $6.2 million. His top runners include Grade 1 winner Fashion Plate and Grade 3 winners Sweet Whiskey and Fashion Alert.

Old Fashioned arrived in Korea on Feb. 25, according to records kept by the Korean Racing Authority.

Old Fashioned won four of six starts for $583,280, including wins in the Grade 2 Remsen Stakes and the Grade 3 Southwest Stakes.

Bred in Kentucky by Rod and Lorraine Rodriguez, Old Fashioned is out of the Grade 3-winning Meadowlake mare Collect Call, who is the dam of two winners from six foals to race. His extended family includes Grade 1 winner Mitterand and Grade 2 winner French Deputy.

Plan entered stud in 2011 and has three crops of racing age, with five winners and progeny earnings of $165,126. His runners include the stakes-placed Prairie Plan.

The stallion arrived in Korea on Jan. 27.

Plan won two of nine starts for $190,838, including a win in the Irish Group 3 Keeneland International Stakes and a runner-up finish in the Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes.

Bred in Kentucky by Dromoland Farm, Plan is out of 2000 Breeders’ Cup Distaff winner Spain, a daughter of Thunder Gulch whose five winners from nine foals to race also include the English Group 1-placed Irish stakes winner Dreamtheimpossible. His extended family includes Grade 2 winner Puerto Banus and Grade 3 winners Fantastic Spain and Excited.