The horses moving to Saudi Arabia are Keyed Entry, Patriot Act, Roaring Fever and Zavata.
Keyed Entry is sired by Honour And Glory. He is a half brother to six winners - one is this year’s winner of the Grade I Alfred G Vanderbilt Handicap, Justin Philip, and another is the 2012 Grade II Holy Bull Stakes winner, Algorithms. Keyed Entry is a commanding front-runner of four races. He earned a total of $322,852 and was retired to stud at Bridlewood Farm in Florida. Keyed Entry has sired 22 winners from two crops of horses of racing age.
Patriot Act is sired by A P Indy out of Classic Value. He is a half brother to Class Kris. Patriot Act was retired to stand at stud after winning four races that included the Jim Rasmussen Memorial Stakes. He is a powerful horse that earned a total of $452,252. Of 82 foals that are of racing age, 27 are winning on the racecourse. He stood during the past breeding season at Questroyal Stud in New York.
Roaring Fever is sired by Storm Cat and is the brother of Triple Grade I winner Raging Fever and Grade II winner Stormin’ Fever. Roaring Fever has sired 84 winners from 179 foals of racing age that include multiple stakes winner Spa City Princess and Grade I-placed Roarin’ Discovery. Roaring Fever also stood the past season at Questroyal Stud.
Zavata is sired by Phone Trick out of Pert Lady. Purchased for $575,000 as a two-year-old in training by Demi O'Byrne, Zavata is the winner of the Grade II Saratoga Special Stakes by 7-1/4 lengths and the Grade III Tremont Stakes by 6-1/4 lengths. He retired after winning five races, earning a total of $346,533. Zavata sired 112 winners from 235 foals of racing age. Dakota Phone, winner of the Grade I Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, is his best-known runner. Zavata stood during the past breeding season at Foot Fall Farm, Palmyra, Indiana.
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