To Honor and Serve to stand in Korea, Gainesway Farm confirms

HRN Staff
February 20, 2018 05:25pm
To Honor and Serve, a $1.7 million earner who won the Grade 1 Cigar Mile and Woodward Stakes during an illustrious racing career, has sold to South Korean interests, Gainesway Farm confirmed Tuesday.

The 10-year-old son of Bernardini, out of the Deputy Minister Mare Pilfer, was originally scheduled to stand in 2018 at Gainesway in Kentucky for an advertised fee of $7,500.

Among the horse's progeny from his first crop is State Of Honor, who ran in the 2017 Kentucky Derby.

During To Honor and Serve's racing days, he was trained by Bill Mott and campaigned by Live Oak Plantation. The horse retired having won eight of 17 starts.

Korean interest in him stems from runs by Cheongdam Dokki, sold for $20,000 as a Keeneland yearling. The son of To Honor and Serve won the Group 2 KRA Cup Classic last October and swept three starts before that by a combined 36 lengths.


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