Group 2 winner Krupt has transferred to Kingsley Park in Tasmania.
The son of Flying Spur originally retired to stud at Lincoln Farm in the Hunter Valley. He was trained by Matthew Smith to win the 2008 Todman Stakes over Blue Diamond Stakes winner Reaan but was injured in the lead-up to that year’s Golden Slipper Stakes.
Kooringal Stud was his next port of call and he stood at the Wagga nursery for six seasons before the latest move to Tasmania. He has four crops racing and has been represented by 30 winners from 54 runners this season for earnings over $1.10 million.
“We are delighted to be standing Krupt,” Kingsley Park’s Rohan Gudden said. “He’s a proven sire and his progeny show it early and importantly train on at three and four – they are durable and tough.”
Krupt will stand for a $2,200 (inc gst) service fee. Gudden can be contacted on 0400 682 099.