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Cash Hall Retired From Breeding

Published: February 19, 2019 2:31 pm ET

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It has been announced that Cash Hall, the fastest trotter of all time on a half mile track at 1:51.1 (time trial), has been retired from breeding.

A brilliant racehorse who earned $554,298, Cash Hall has been successful at stud, as his progeny has earned $25.7 million in purse earnings to date (click here for more), including 47 trotters in 1:55 and nine in 1:53 (click here for more).

Cash Hall – 1:51.1 (Time Trial)

By Hambletonian winner Self Possessed, out of Chatty Hanover (by Super Bowl), Cash Hall made 37 starts over a three-year career which saw him capture the Frank Ryan Memorial Trot at Rideau Carleton Raceway. The Bob McIntosh-trained bay won 11 of his career starts and also added nine place finishes and a pair of show efforts.

Cash Hall had been standing at Cool Winds Farm, in Lima, Ohio, under the management of Walnut Hall Ltd.

In announcing Cash Hall’s retirement from breeding, Alan J. Leavitt, the president of Walnut Hall Ltd. and the manager of the Cash Hall Syndicate, cited the good care Cash Hall had received at Cool Winds from Randy and Kim Haines.

(With files from Walnut Hall Ltd.)

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