Mosler Retired to Country Life


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Mosler (War Front–Gold Vault, by Arch), a two-time stakes winner and $1.05-million KEESEP yearling, has been retired from racing and will stand the 2017 season for a $4,000 fee at Josh and Mike Pons' Country Life Farm near Bel Air, Maryland. The property of a syndicate comprised of Country Life, Adele Dilschneider, and Seth Hancock's Cherry Valley Farm LLC, Mosler is the first son of War Front to stand in the Mid-Atlantic region. Bred in Kentucky by Cherry Valley Farm, he carried the colors of Dilschneider to five wins from 18 starts and earnings of $341,396. The half-brother to MGISW Contested (Ghostzapper) was also third in the 2015 GII Highlander S. at Woodbine. “Mosler is inbred 2-by-4 to Danzig,” said Country Life's Mike Pons. “War Front is by Danzig. Arch is out of Aurora, by Danzig, from that great King Ranch family of champion Althea, of Courtly Dee. It's a great outcross to all the A.P. Indy blood in this region–all the Malibu Moon mares, the Jump Start mares. And he's a big War Front, standing 16.1 hands. He'll fit all types of mares.”

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