Hog Creek Hustle Retired to Buck Pond


Hog Creek HustleSarah Andrew

Grade I winner Hog Creek Hustle (Overanalyze–Candy Fortune, by Candy Ride {Arg}) has been retired from racing and will stand at Buck Pond Farm for a fee of $5,000. He will be available for viewing along with Buck Pond's other stallions at an open house Feb. 25 from 11a.m. to 2p.m.

Runner-up in the GIII LeComte S. and GIII Pat Day Mile in 2019, Hog Creek Hustle sprung an 18-1 upset when rallying to victory in the GI Woody Stephens S. at Belmont that summer. He was also second in that term's GI H. Allen Jerkens S. He made just two starts in the spring of 2021 and was last seen finishing fourth in the GI Churchill Downs S. in May. Owned by Something Special Racing, Hog Creek Hustle retires with a record of 24-4-7-2 and earnings of $774,546.

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