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Toccet sold to
stand in Oklahoma

GRADE 1 winner and former Kentucky sire Toccet has been purchased to stand at Dr Warren and Linda Center's Mighty Acres in Oklahoma. The deal was brokered by Chad Schumer Bloodstock.

Toccet was one of the best two-year-olds of the 2003 season in America, capturing a quartet of stakes races including the Grade 1 Champagne Stakes and Grade 1 Hollywood Futurity.

He retired to Castleton Lyons in Kentucky in 2005 at a fee of $12,500 and stood the past season under the farm's ownership at Dana Point Farm inPennsylvania for $3,500. From four crops of racing age, he is the sire of 11 stakes winners led by Grade 2 scorer Ventana and Canadian Group 3 winner Winning Machine.

"We're delighted to offer breeders in the growing Oklahoma market fantastic physical specimen and a proven stallion of such quality," said Schumer.

Toccet joins a roster of four stallions at Mighty Acres including The Visualiser, a Grade 3-placed runner for Godolphin, and Save Big Money, a stakes-placed brother to Haras du Quesnay's Mr Sidney.




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