03/06/2014 2:02PM

Repent sold to stand in Trinidad

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Grade 2 winner Repent has been sold to stand at Paradise Farms in Trinidad for an advertised fee of $1,000, BloodHorse reports.

The 15-year-old son of Louis Quatorze previously resided at Woodford Thoroughbreds in Reddick, Fla., where he stood in 2013 for a fee of $3,000. According to BloodHorse, Repent has not covered any mares in 2014, and is currently in quarantine preparing to leave for his new farm.

Repent has sired eight crops of racing age, led by Grade 2 winner and Florida sire Crown of Thorns, as well as Grade 3 winners Sweet Repent, Atoned, and Diva Delite. In total, he has sired 24 stakes winners.

On the racetrack, Repent won five of 10 starts, only missing the board once, for earnings of $1,255,660. His victories included the Grade 2 Louisiana Derby and Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes, in addition to the Grade 3 Risen Star Stakes and Kentucky Cup Juvenile. He also finished second in the Grade 1 Travers Stakes and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile.

Bred in Kentucky by Taylor Made Farm, Repent is out of the Argentine-bred stakes-placed Cipayo mare Baby Grace, whose nine winners from 10 foals to race include dual Canadian champion King Ruckus and Irish Group 3-placed stakes winner Johansson.