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Champali relocated to Indiana stud

MULTIPLE Grade 3 winner Champali has been relocated from Glencrest Farm in Kentucky to Richwine Farm in Indiana, where he will command a fee of $2,500.

The son of Glitterman won 11 of his 22 starts including eight stakes races. His progeny from two crops of racing age have earned inexcess of $1.1 million and his best performers are this season's Grade 2-placed three-year-old filly Key Lime Baby and stakes winner Bow Tie Pasta.

John W. Greathouse Jr of Glencrest Farm said in a statement: "Champali is yet another Kentucky stallion being lost to the lucrative slots and casino-supported breeding programme in Indiana.

"We will continue to handle all Champali's bookings, and wish the very best to Richwine Farm."







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