Florida Sire Fury Kapcori Dies

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Fury Kapcori | Benoit

Florida-based stallion Fury Kapcori (Tiznow–Gin Running, by Go For Gin), a Grade III winner and runner-up to Violence (Medaglia d'Oro) in the 2012 GI CashCall Futurity, died last month following complications from colic. The Paulick Report was first to report the news.

A $100,000 Keeneland September yearling, Fury Kapcori was raced in partnership by a group including trainer Jerry Hollendorfer and made the 2014 GIII Precisionist S. the biggest victory of his career, scoring by 5 3/4 lengths at odds-on.

The 11-year-old entered stud at Journeyman Stud in Florida and has sired 17 individual winners from two crops to race, including the stakes winners High On Gin and The Goddess Lyssa.

Bred by Gerald Ford's Diamond A Racing Corp., Fury Kapcori is a full-brother to GSW Tizfiz, the dam of 2020 GI Belmont S. and GI Runhappy Travers S. hero Tiz the Law (Constitution) and MSP Awestruck (Tapit).

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