Sprinter wins 1st place Watch discharge will import males for a $10,000 fee at Gainesway for the 2023 breeding season, the farm announced October 21.
4 year old son of Music by Maclean showed a willingness to break her maidenhood with a six-string rope as a juvenile in 2020 at Gulfstream Park. He won four of his first five games at the start of the 3-year-old season, culminating in 6 1/4 lengths in the 2021 Claiborne Farm Swale Stakes (G3).
Two starts later, Drain the Clock added another prerun score in Bay Shore Stakes (G3) at Aqueduct race track before achieving the crowning achievement by defeating the ultimate champion Jackie’s Warrior in the Stephens Woody Shares presented by the Nassau County Industrial Development Authority (G1) at Belmont Park.
After four losses this year, Drain the Clock retires from the race with seven wins in 15 starts, including three wins in graded bet races, with a run of $698,000. . He has competed for owners of Slam Dunk Racing, Madaket Stables, Wonder Stables, and Michael Nentwig and coach Saffie Joseph, Jr.
Slam Dunk Racing’s managing partner, Nick Cosato, bred the foal, who came out of the Arch mare Manki .
“Drain the Clock is a majestic object with tremendous speed that fits the mold of what breeders are looking for,” said Gainesway’s newly appointed stallion director, Ryan Norton. “That’s why we are delighted to offer the breeding rights to Share The Upside in this exciting new stallion.”
This press release has been edited and styled by the BloodHorse Staff.