Qurbaan Retired


Qurbaan | Sarah Andrew

Shadwell Stable’s two-time GII Bernard Baruch H. winner Qurbaan (Speightstown–Flip Flop {Fr}, by Zieten) has been retired to stand at Nashwan Stud on Shadwell Farm in 2020 for a fee of $5,000 live foal. “Qurbaan has a slight injury, but it will require some stall rest, forcing him to miss the main objectives this fall, so the decision was made to retire him,” stallion manager Kent Barnes said. Out of stakes winner and GISP Flip Flop, he was purchased for $300,000 as a KEENOV weanling. The MGSW & MGISP 6-year-old retires with a record of 22-7-3-6 and earnings of $854,408. He was bred in Kentucky by Justin Carthy.

Shadwell also announced that its 2016 GIII Gotham S. winner Shagaf (Bernardini–Muhaawara, by Unbridled’s Song) has been retired and will stand at Indiana Stallion Station for $2,500 live foal. The Shadwell homebred won three of seven starts and earned $331,700.

Both horses will be available for inspection in Lexington throughout the Keeneland September Sale between 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

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