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Grade I Winner Turbulent Descent Retired

Trainer Todd Pletcher confirmed Monday that the multiple Grade 1 winner Turbulent Descent has been retired and will be bred to War Front this spring.

Turbulent Descent won Grade 1 races at 2, 3 and again this year at 4. Her first two Grade 1 victories came with trainer Mike Puype, and the most recent, the Ballerina this summer at Saratoga, came after being transferred to Pletcher following her purchase by Coolmore during the summer. Turbulent Descent’s final start came in the Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Sprint at Santa Anita, where she finished seventh behind Groupie Doll.

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