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Tellitlikeitis Retired, To Stand Stud

Published: November 26, 2014 12:38 pm ET

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Stakes winning pacer Tellitlikeitis p,3,1:48.4 ($490,695), the betting favourite and runner-up in this year's Pepsi North America Cup, has been retired and will stand stud in 2015.

At two, Tellitlikeitis won a pair of PASS events and defeated 2014 Adios winner McWicked. He was also timed in 1:51.3, finishing third in his Metro Pace elimination.

At three, Tellitlikeitis won a North America Cup elimination in his record 1:48.4 and finished second in the $1 million North America Cup final. He also finished third in the Meadowlands Pace final, timed in 1:47.1.

Tellitlikeitis – NA Cup Elimination (1:48.4)

Tellitlikeitis was trained by Hall of Fame trainer Jimmy Takter, who had high praise for the talented colt, "Tellitlikeitis has tremendous speed and attitude. He is the toughest, fastest horse I have ever trained."

Tellitlikeitis is by Well Said and from the millionaire racemare Kikikatie p,3,1:50.3 ($1,268,463) -— dam of five foals, all in 1:50 or faster. He will stand stud at Jeff and Maria King's Victory Hill Farm in LaGrange, Indiana. Tellitlikeitis joins his half-brother Rockin Image p,3,1:48.2 ($901,756), Indiana’s leading pacing sire in 2014 two-year-old earnings, who also stands at Victory Hill.

In addition to Rockin Image p,3,1:48.2 ($901,756), Tellitlikeitis is also a half-brother to Breeders Crown winner Rockin Amadeus p,4,1:48.4f-’14 ($728,392) and Time To Roll p,4,1:49.3 ($768.142).

The 2015 stud fee for Tellitlikeitis has been set at $3,000.


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