Lookin At Lee (Lookin At Lucky–Langara Lass, by Langfuhr), a two-time stakes winner and runner-up in the 2017 GI Kentucky Derby, has been retired from racing and will stand his first season at stud in 2021 under the management of Irish Hill & Dutchess Views Stallions LLC in Saratoga, New York.
Lookin At Lee will stand his initial season for $6,500 LFSN.
The $70,000 KEESEP yearling graduate, owned by L and N Racing LLC and trained by Hall of Famer Steve Asmussen, posted a record of 35-4-6-4 and career earnings of $1,343,188. His resume also includes a runner-up finish in the GI Claiborne Breeders' Futurity and a third-place finish in the GI Arkansas Derby. He was bred in Kentucky by Ray Hanson.
“Lookin At Lee was a precocious 2-year old with an excellent disposition that brought his connections on a thrilling journey through the Triple Crown races,” Asmussen said. “I'm looking forward to seeing his foals.”
Lookin At Lee, bred on the similar Mr. Prospector/Danzig line as Distorted Humor, is out of the graded stakes-placed Langfuhr mare Langara Lass. He is a half-brother to MGSW Blended Citizen (Proud Citizen) and GISP Battlefield Angel (Proud Citizen), dam of 2020 GI Breeders' Cup Sprint entrant Manny Wah (Will Take Charge).