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Panther Hanover Retired, To Stud

Published: October 29, 2013 9:06 am ET

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Trot Insider has learned that speedy pacer Panther Hanover has been retired and will stand stud in 2014.

Now four, the son of Rocknroll Hanover - Panned Out suffered an injury while training back from a three-year-old season that saw him butt heads with the top sophomores on the continent and score wins in the Anthony Abbatiello New Jersey Classic and Simcoe Stakes. On the season, Panther Hanover won eight of 14 starts and banked more than $365,000 while taking a mark of 1:47.2 at The Meadowlands. That mark stands as the fourth fastest ever recorded by a three-year-old pacing colt or gelding.

Owned by Jim Carr -- who thought he'd "for sure" pace faster than 1:47 this year -- Panther Hanover will now stand stud at Win Place and Show Farm in Champlain, New York -- just one mile from the Canada - U.S. border. Stud fee for 2014 will be $3,000 with a multiple mare discount available.

Keep your eyes peeled in Harrisburg as Carr will be giving away a free breeding to Panther Hanover at the Black Book sale next week.


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