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The favourite for the Goodwood handicap has been sent to stud immediately after a poor showing in the Adelaide Group One contest on Saturday prompted owners and connections to retire the runner earlier than previously planned

Extreme Warrior sent to stud

Extreme Warrior was expected to see out the three year old season with a run in the Group One Goodwood and a potential trip to Brisbane on the cards however a poor showing at Morphettville on Saturday has prompted his team to send him to stud early.

The reason behind the change of plans was his run in the Goodwood which saw him finish 11 lengths behind Mick Price and Michael Kent Jr trained stablemate Lombardo.

Extreme Warriors' crowning moment was a win in the Group 3 Blue Sapphire Stakes at Caulfield in the Spring. He also returned earlier this month and was able to defeat the older horses in the Listed Bel Esprit stakes over 1100m

Extreme Warrior is expected to go well at stud with Rosemont Stud boss recently confirming he will be in high demand at stud because of his breeding.

Son of the brilliant Extreme Choice, Extreme Warriors popularity is set to come from his father who has an excellent record at stud despite fertility issues. 

Only breeders with shares in Extreme Choice are able to send mares to the young sire, making Extreme Warrior and Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside highly sought-after sons of the stallion.

“We all love racing our horses in the Rosemont colours but you’ve got to be a commercial realist and understand that quality sons of Extreme Choice are in high demand from the breeders,” Mithen told News Corp last month.

“We go off to stud at the same time as Stay Inside, who won a Golden Slipper, but our horse is the highest-rated three-year-old colt by Extreme Choice and he’s the best bred of those colts.

“He screams stallion and he screams popular stallion so we’ve got to keep those wheels in motion.”

Extreme Warrior won three of his eight starts, earning more than $295,000 in prizemoney.

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