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Century City moves from Kentucky to Indiana

CENTURY CITY has been transferred from Wintergreen Stallion Station in Kentucky to Break Away Farms in Indiana, where he willstand at $2,500.

Bred by Kilcarn Stud, Century City was purchased by John Magnier for IR£2m as a yearling at Goffs in 2000. At three he won the Tetrarch Stakes and the International Stakes, as well as finishing second to Rock Of Gibraltar in the Irish 2,000 Guineas, for Aidan O'Brien.

He was later transferred to the US, where he was trained by Beau Greely to win the Grade 2 Arcadia Handicap.

The nine-year-old son of Danzig has two crops of racing age, which include 15 winners including stakes-placed MimiAli.




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