1st place sprinter/miler champion Girolamo was announced to have passed away on October 8, according to the records of the Korean Racing Association.
AP Indy’s 16-year-old son was exported to Korea in January 2018 and went on to breed 126 ponies in Korea. his son, completion valuewas named the 2-year-old Korean champion pony for 2021. To date, the foal has set a record of 6-3-1 after 11 starts and earned US$593,823.
Girolamo has bred 11 career black type winners and 10 extra bet performers. His North American top runner-up is reveal star , who won Gallant Bloom Handicap (G2), Ruffian Stakes (G2) and Distaff Handicap (G3) in 2017 and finished second that year in Ketel One Ballerina Stakes (G1). The boy raced from 3 to 5 and earned $1,326,813.
The progeny of the sire has made over $17.7 million and an average of $65,708 per start.
Bred by Ben Walden, Philip Steinberg and WinStar Farm, Girolamo is not the high school award winning daughter of Mr. good luck . Girolamo won the 2010 Vosburgh Stakes (G1) and 2009 Jerome Handicap (G2) and finished third in the 2010 Hill ‘n’ Dale Cigar Mile Handicap (G1) for Godolphin.
He enrolled at Sequel Stallions New York, where he stood for three years, and then stood for four years at Darley Stallions in Kentucky before he was exported to Korea.