MGSW Avie's Flatter Retired To Ontario's Colebrook Farms

Avie's Flatter | Coady Photography

Tall Oaks homebred Avie's Flatter (Flatter), 2018 Canadian champion 2-year-old, is retiring from racing to stand stud at Ontario's Colebrook Farms. Winner of the Cup and Saucer S. and the Coronation Futurity at two, he went on at three to win Keeneland's GIII Kentucky Utilities Transylvania S. and place in each leg of the Canadian Triple Crown. From ages four to six, he took both the GII Neartic S. and the GII Connaught Cup and also placed in the GII Eclipse S. and the GIII Bold Venture S. He retires with a record of 20-7-3-3 and career earnings of $947,338.
“Avies Flatter will be greatly missed in our barn,” said trainer Josie Carroll. “He has been not only one of our most talented horses but also a great personality. A top horse for almost five years, he never failed to give 100 per cent. I can't wait to be part of his legacy.”
For more information on Avie's Flatter, please email [email protected] or Colebrook Farms

Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for the daily PDF or alerts.

Copy Article Link

Liked this article? Read more like this.

  1. King's Plate 2024 Date Set for Aug. 17; E.P. Taylor Turf Course Renovation Plans Unveiled
  2. Woodbine Solidifies Racing Leadership
  3. After The Breeders' Cup, Search Results Bound for Fasig-Tipton
  4. Fasig-Tipton '21 October Yearling Sale Topper A Winner On Debut At Woodbine
  5. The Sun Shines Bright On Weekend Graded Stakes

Never miss another story from the TDN

Click Here to sign up for a free subscription.