Freshman sire watch is on! The durable runner Flat Out recorded his first winner from his first starter, as Flat Drunk rallied to prevail in her career debut at Keeneland.
The filly, bred and co-owned by Bryan and Gray Lyster, is out of the Lion Heart mare Feline Flatline.
Flat Out, standing at Spendthrift Farm, won or placed in 17 stakes and bankrolled more than $3.6 million while racing from ages 2 to 6. He won two editions of the Jockey Club Gold Cup and finished third in another, captured two editions of the Suburban Handicap, and finished third in the Breeders' Cup Classic. He also showed the miler ability that can be the hallmark of a good stallion, winning the Cigar Mile and finishing third in the Met Mile. Other career highlights included runner-up efforts in two editions of the Woodward, a second and a third in two editions of the Whitney Handicap, and a third in the Clark Handicap.
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