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Closing Argument moved to Millennium Farms

CLOSING ARGUMENT, a leading second-crop sire in the US, has been switched from Hill 'N Dale Farms to stand at Ro Parra's Millennium Farms in Kentucky next year.

An eight-year-old son of Successful Appeal out of the Mr Greeley mare Mrs Greeley, Closing Argument was a half-length runner-up to Giacomo in the 2005 Kentucky Derby.

Closing Argument has sired 50 individual winners who have earned $1.9 minnlion.

Parra said: "After having a chance to assess Closing Argument, his current progeny performance and his significant amount of upside, we felt that standing him in Kentucky was best for the horse and for the partnership."





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