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Honour Devil: one of the best produce of his sire Honour And Glory


Honour And Glory switched to Pennsylvania

HONOUR And Glory will switch from Kentucky to stand at Ghost Ridge Farm in Pennsylvania for 2010. The 16-year-old son of Relaunch, who formerly stood at Wintergreen Farm, won the 1996 Grade 1 Metropolitan Handicap over 1m and won three Grade 2 events.

He also placed third in the Breeders' Cup Sprint and second in the Santa Anita Derby.

The leading US first-crop sire of 2000, Honour and Glory is the sire of 57 stakes winners and six champions, including Caressing, winner of the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies, and Honour Devil, who took the UAE 2,000 Guineas and Derby last year.

Out of Fair To All by Al Nasr, Honour And Glory is owned by the Argentinian-based La Mission, where he has shuttled for the past four southern-hemisphere breeding seasons.

He becomes the second highest-ranked sire in Pennsylvania by 2009 progeny earnings after Jump Start. The son of A P Indy is another new recruit for Ghost Ridge, as is former New York resident Smooth Jazz.

Honour And Glory's fee for 2010 will be $6,500.





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