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Keep up with I'll Have Another in Japan

  • I'll Have Another has settled into his new home (Courtesy of Big Red Farm)

Fans of retired Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I'll Have Another can keep up with him in Japan. His new home as a stallion, Big Red Farm, is posting updates via its Facebook and Twitter pages.

In addition to photos, Big Red Farm has added a video of the chestnut cantering and strutting around his paddock.

Retired with a tendon injury on the eve of a Triple Crown bid in the Belmont Stakes, I'll Have Another was purchased for a reported $10 million for stud duty at the Hokkaido nursery. After spending his required time in quarantine, he took up his residence there in early August. I'll Have Another will begin his new career in 2013.

Other prominent stallions standing at Big Red Farm include champion and two-time Breeders' Cup Turf hero Conduit, Group 1 Dubai World Cup star Roses in May and top sire Stay Gold.

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