OTTB: Fifty Proof and Rahy’s Attorney
In October, champion Fifty Proof, a giant son of Whiskey Wisdom blessed with speed and stamina, was retired from racing by Kinghaven Farms and partners and is now being re-trained in Pennsylvania as a riding horse. Two years ago, his champion stablemate Rahy’s Attorney, owned by Joe, Jean and Ellen MacLellan, Mitch Peters and Dean Read was retired and has become a prized stable pony. Incredibly, both stars were trained by Nobleton, Ontario’s Ian Black, whose daughter Shannon and her family adopted Fifty Proof. Rahy’s Attorney is best known for his win in the 2008 Woodbine Mile (GI), one of 14 wins for the son of Crown Attorney in his 41 race career. Consistent, honest and hard trying, Rahy’s Attorney was retired after suffering a minor injury in a brave, second-place finish in the Sword Dancer Handicap (GI) at Saratoga in New York. He ended his career with earnings of…
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