Jose Lezcano and V.E. Day after winning the Curlin Stakes on July 25.
Stallion V. E. Day has relocated to California and will stand the 2022 season at Lovacres Ranch in Warner Springs, Calif., for a fee of $2,500, it was announced Monday.
V. E. Day is a 10-year-old son of English Channel, out of the Deputy Minister mare California Sunset, who was out of a full sister to champion Sunshine Forever. V. E. Day earned $1,044,061 on the track, racing in Europe and the United States and winning on both dirt and turf.
V. E. Day won the Grade 1 Travers Stakes as a 3-year-old, defeating Bayern, Wicked Strong and Tonalist among others. He also was second in the Grade 2 Brooklyn Invitational Stakes.
His first crop of foals are 3-year-olds of this year.
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