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All Bets Off To Race In 2017

Published: December 2, 2016 7:32 pm ET

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The owners of All Bets Off and Hickory Lane Farm have mutually agreed to end the agreement to have the stallion stand stud at Hickory Lane in 2017.

According to a statement from Larry Karr on behalf of Burke Racing, All Bets Off "tested to be very fertile and would have been well received as a stallion in Ohio. However, with the lucrative purses All Bets Off would be eligible to race for and the fact he is an extremely sound and durable horse, his owners decided to delay his stud career.

"He will race in 2017 with the hope that he will ultimately retire as the richest son of Bettors Delight."

All Bets Off (Bettors Delight - Armbro Penelope) has accumulated more than $2.276 million in career purses. Most recently he captured the inaugural edition of the $100,000 Potomac Pace at Rosecroft Raceway on Nov. 22, equaling the track's 1:48.2 all-age record.

The five-year-old stallion is owned by trainer Ron Burke along with Weaver Bruscemi LLC, Frank Baldachino and The Panhellenic Stable Corp. He's a half sibling to Armbro Vagarious (Camluck, $173,662), Respectednbeloved (Dream Away, $204,920) and Armbro Carruthers (Camluck, $356,864) and a full brother to Penny Pincher ($253,208).

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