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Discreetly Mine: will cover his first book of mares at Lane's End in 2011

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Discreetly Mine to stand at Lane's End Farm

THE Grade 1-winning three-year-old sprinter Discreetly Mine will stand at Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Kentucky, next year at a fee of $15,000.

The son of current Lane's End resident Mineshaft was second in the Grade 1 Champagne Stakes at Belmont Park as a juvenile, and was a winner of the Grade 2 Risen Star Stakes over an extended 1m at three, prompting a crack at the Kentucky Derby.

Discreetly Mine is out of the Grade 1 winner Pretty Discreet, by Private Account, and is a half-brother to Grade 1 winner Discreet Cat and to Grade 1-placed Pretty Wild. He was bred by the late E. Paul Robsham and raced for his widow, Joyce in the colours of E. Paul Robsham Stables.

A consistent performer, Discreetly Mine was first or second in nine of his 13 races with earnings of $799,350. He was among the favourites for the Breeders' Cup Sprint until his stifle injury in October.

 

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