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Australian Star All Too Hard Retires

The racetrack career of All Too Hard is over with the half-brother to Black Caviar officially retired on Sunday.

Vinery Stud has shelved plans to race the colt at Royal Ascot and he goes out a last-start winner of the group 1 All Aged Stakes at Randwick.

The latest international rankings rated All Too Hard Australia's second-best racehorse behind Black Caviar, who bowed out as the highest ranked horse in the world.

“It was a difficult decision for us to retire a colt with so much more to offer as a racehorse,” Vinery's general manager Peter Orton said.


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