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Red Giant transferred
to Three Chimneys

RED GIANT, who set a world record for 1m2f on grass when winning the Grade 1 Clement L. Hirsch Turf Championship, has been transferred to Three Chimneys Farm in Kentucky.

The son of Giant's Causeway stood his first season this year at Hill 'n' Dale Farm in Kentucky at a fee of $7,500.

Red Giant retired as the winner ofsix of 12 career starts and $1,092,410 in earnings. As well as the Clement L. Hirsch Turf Championship, he landed the Grade 2 Virginia Derby and Grade 3 Fourstardave Handicap.

"We are delighted that Peachtree Stable and John Fort have decided to send Red Giant to Three Chimneys," said Robert Clay, owner Three Chimneys. "He possesses all of the qualities we look for in a stallion prospect: pedigree, conformation and performance. He is a horse that carried his speed over a distance, as indicated by his world record at a mile and a quarter. His family is one of the best in the stud book, and he is a very good looking horse."

A fee for Red Giant will be announced at a later date.




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