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Cape Town to Brazil

Cape Town, who has stood his entire career at Overbrook Farm near Lexington, has been sold for stallion duty in Brazil.

Fourteen-year-old Cape Town (Seeking the Gold--Seaside Attraction, by Seattle Slew) has sired 16 stakes winners, including 2004 champion 3-year-old filly and Kentucky Oaks (gr. I) winner Bird Town. Cape Town has sired four other graded winners.
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