European champion juvenile Air Force Blue has been acquired by Pegasus Farm of South Korea to continue his stud career. The young stallion, who previously stood at Coolmore&rsquo;s Ashford Stud in Kentucky, will become the first son of popular international sire War Front to stand in Korea. Air Force Blue, a three&#45;time Group 1 winner, raced exclusively on turf. Korea has leaned heavily on U.S. stock to build its bloodstock industry, because of the prominence of dirt racing in that country. War Front is the sire of Grade 1 winners on both dirt and turf, and Air Force Blue is out of the Maria&rsquo;s Mon mare Chatham, from the family of champions Flanders and Surfside. From his first two crops, Air Force Blue is the sire of five stakes winners, including, on dirt, Canadian classic winner Haddassah, along with King of Dreams and She&rsquo;s So Beautiful.Air Force Blue is among the prominent imports going to Korea for this upcoming 2022 season, along with 2014 Breeders&rsquo; Cup Classic winner Bayern, relocating to Great Hill Farm from Hill &lsquo;n&rsquo; Dale in Kentucky. The Korea Racing Authority owns likely 2021 Horse of the Year Knicks Go, who will enter stud next month at Taylor Made Farm in Kentucky.