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Lost For Words Exported

Published: February 22, 2021 1:56 pm ET

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Trot Insider has learned that stakes-winning pacer turned stallion Lost For Words has been exported for stallion duty.

Lost For Words, a near-millionaire son of Well Said, has shipped to Ireland according to his former trainer Brian Brown, who recently acquired the champion Irish mare Rainbow Writer. Brown said the horse arrived in Ireland just over a month ago.

Highlights from Lost For Words' racing career include victories in the Bluegrass and International Stallion Stake as a two-year-old and winning an elimination for the Little Brown Jug in 2015, the year in which he and Wiggle It Jiggleit battled to the finish of a 1:49.3 mile. He also finished second in the $150,000 American National, $450,000 Tattersalls Pace and $405,000 Carl Milstein Memorial. He finished third in the 2015 Breeders Crown and Woodbine Mohawk Park as well as in the $400,000 Adios.

Lost For Words was retired to stallion duty in 2018 and stood the past three seasons at Cool Winds Farms in Lima, Ohio. His first full crop of two-year-olds will hit the track in 2021.


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