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Archarcharch to stand at Spendthrift

Arkansas Derby winner Archarcharch, now recuperating from an injury he sustained during the Kentucky Derby, will enter stud in 2012 at B. Wayne Hughes’s Spendthrift Farm, the Lexington farm announced Thursday night.

Spendthrift hasn’t yet set a stud fee for Archarcharch.


Archarcharch underwent surgery on May 8, the day after the Derby, to repair a condylar fracture in his left foreleg, and owners Val and Robert Yagos retired him. In the Derby, the Arch colt stumbled leaving the gate, then was hampered further when his saddle slipped, and finished 15th.

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