Wild Again (Three Chimneys on back)
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1980 Icecapade-Bushel-n-Peck by Khaled
Stood at Three Chimneys Farm
Pensioned prior to 2005 breeding season
Winner of the first
Breeders' Cup Classic!
Wild Again will always be remembered as the
winner of the very first Breeders’ Cup Classic, run
at Hollywood Park in 1984. He will also go down in history
as a pretty good stallion, too. He has sired the winners
of many of North America’s most prestigious races.
He is sire of two Canadian Champions in Free At Last and
Wilderness Song and his son Sarava was a Classic winner,
taking the 2002 Belmont Stakes over Medaglia D’Oro.
Among his progeny’s other big wins are the Met Mile
(Wild Rush), Santa Anita H. (Milwaukee Brew) and Florida
Derby (Vicar). Wild Again was pensioned in 2004. His last
crop will run in 2007.
Wild Again on the racetrack:
Won Breeders’ Cup Classic G1
Won Meadowlands Cup G2
Won Oaklawn H G2
Won New Orleans H G2
2nd Meadowlands Cup G2
2nd El Rio Rey
3rd Suburban H G1
3rd Cornhusker H G1
Wild Again at stud:
Wild Again has sired these grade one winners and champions:
Wilderness Song-Spinster Stakes, etc.
(Champion Older Mare in Canada)
Free At Last-Champion Juvenile Colt in
Sarava-Belmont Stakes, etc.
Milwakee Brew-Santa Anita Handicap, etc.
Wild Rush-Metropolitan Handicap, etc.
Shine Again-Ballerina Handicap, etc.
Wild Event-Early Times Turf Classic Handicap,
Vicar-Florida Derby, etc.
A Wild Ride-Hempstead Handicap, etc.
Wild Escapade-Hopeful Stakes, etc.
Electron-Atlanta Cup Hurdle, etc. (steeplechase)
Wild Again, supplemented to the Breeders' Cup for a fee
of $360,000 (12% of the $3 million purse), became the winner
of the first ever Breeders' Cup Classic defeating favored
Slew O' Gold and Preakness winner Gate Dancer. The stretch
run of this race was one of the most exciting in Breeder's
Wild Again won $2,204,829 in his career and finished in
the money in 19 of 28 starts. He has sired 4 champions,
43 graded stakes winners, 81 stakes winners, and 72 stakes
placers. His progeny have earned over $72,000,000 at the