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Dec 17, 2010

Lane's End new home for Discreetly Mine


Versailles, KY (Sports Network) - Three-year-old colt Discreetly Mine has been retired and will stand stud at Lane's End Farm. The colt was an early contender for the 2010 Kentucky Derby.

Bred and owned by E. Paul Robsham Stables, Discreetly Mine won several graded stakes this year, including the Risen Star Stakes at the Fair Grounds. His other stakes victories came in the Amsterdam Stakes, Jersey Shore Stakes and King's Bishop.

"We are very pleased that Mrs. Robsham chose Lane's End to stand Discreetly Mine," said Lane's End owner Will Farish. "Not only was he an exceptional racehorse from six-furlongs to 1 1/16-miles, he has an outstanding pedigree and excellent conformation. He will stand as the property of a syndicate and his 2011 fee will be $15,000 live foal, payable when the foal stands and nurses."

Trained by Todd Pletcher, Discreetly Mine finished his career with five wins in 13 starts for $799,350. As a three-year-old in 2010 he won half his eight starts for $625,000. Discreetly Mine was 13th in the 136th Kentucky Derby with Javier Castellano riding.

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