MGISW Raging Bull to Gainesway in 2022

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Multiple Grade I winner Raging Bull (Fr) (Dark Angel {Ire}–Rosa Bonheur, by Mr. Greeley) will stand the 2022 season at Gainesway Farm following his retirement from racing. The winner of this season's GI Maker's Mark Mile is expected to make his final start in the GI Breeders' Cup Mile. Raging Bull will enter stud in 2022 with an advertised fee of $10,000 LFSN.

Raging Bull is a knockout physically,” said Gainesway General Manager Brian Graves. “His six triple digit Beyer speed figures and his performances over 14 Grade I events are impressive. His sire, Dark Angel, has become one of the most influential sires in International racing.”

Included among his black-type victories at three, Raging Bull took the GII National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame S., GIII Saranac S. and Del Mar's GI Hollywood Derby. At four, he made five starts, all in Grade I company, placing in the GI Manhattan S., GII Fourstardave H. and GI Woodbine Mile. The Chad Brown trainee returned last season to capture the Shoemaker Mile in addition to placing in the Maker's Mark Mile and GI Shadwell Turf Mile S. at Keeneland.

Raging Bull (FR) is the best-looking horse I have ever trained,” said Brown. “He has run fast numbers at many different tracks, winning Grade I's in three different years, the ultimate confirmation of incredible soundness.”

Bred by Dayton Investments Limited, he was campaigned by by Peter Brant. The French-bred accounted for seven wins from 21 lifetime starts, encompassing 18 consecutive starts in graded stakes company, and finishing in the top three in nine of 14 Grade I events.

“I am extremely bullish on his chances at stud. We are excited to be partnering with Gainesway on Raging Bull and will be supporting him strongly with our mares,” said Brant.

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