Turn Me Loose to take up stallion duties at Windsor Park Stud
Son of Iffraaj landed three victories at the highest level
One of Iffraaj's best performing sons in the southern hemisphere, Turn Me Loose, will take up stallion duties at Windsor Park Stud in New Zealand for the coming southern hemisphere breeding season.
The five-year-old was a Classic winner in his native New Zealand, where he won the country's 2,000 Guineas at three. Two further victories at the highest level followed in the Emirates and Futurity Stakes.
Rodney Schick of Windsor Park Stud said: "I loved his outstanding looks and physicality when I first saw him and, coupled with his cracking race performance, it just heightened my desire to have him in our stallion line-up.
"To have the speed and class to win a 7f weight-for-age Group 1 race in Australia requires exceptional talent, which he had in spades."
Turn Me Loose is one of a number of leading performers to have emerged from Iffraaj's shuttling duties at Haunui Farm along with Group 1 scorers Gingernuts and Jon Snow.
He will stand his first season at a fee of NZ$15,000 (£8,000/€9,500).