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Gun Runner introduced to breeders at $70,000 for 2018

Breeders' Cup Classic winner will have final start in January

Gun Runner: Will stand at Three Chimneys Farm in 2018
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Three Chimneys Farm, who will stand Breeders' Cup Classic hero Gun Runner when he completes his racing career, has announced that the Grade 1 winner will stand his first season at stud in 2018 at a fee of $70,000.

The son of Candy Ride is set to have his final start in the Pegasus World Cup in January having won four races at the highest level since finishing second to Arrogate in the Dubai World Cup in March.

As a three-year-old, who has been trained throughout his career by Steve Asmussen, Gun Runner had also won at the top level when taking out the Clark Handicap in November 2016.

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