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Soapy Danger
retired to stud

GROUP 2 winner Soapy Danger has been retired from racing and will stand at Ballyash Stud in Co. Down next season, where he will command a fee of £1,500.

The son of Danzig emerged as a leading young stayer during the summer of 2006 under the care of Mark Johnston, landing a three consecutive races headed by the Queen's Vase and Princess Of Wales's Stakes.

Despite suffering a serious injury during his next outing, the Great Voltiguer Stakes, Soapy Danger returned as a four-year-old to finish a close second to Halicarnassus in the Arc Trial at Newbury. He was also successful in a conditions race at Doncaster on his seasonal debut this season.

A Newsells Park Stud homebred, Soapy Danger is a son of the Grade 1 Coaching Club American Oaks winner On A Soapbox, a daughter of Mi Cielo who hails from the family of former leading sire Bold Lad.

He will stand alongside Shirocco's Listed-winning brother September Storm.




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