Pleasantly Perfect Stallion Halter
On his way to earning nearly $8 million over his racing career - 6th highest of all time - Pleasantly Perfect claimed victories in two of the biggest races in the world: the Breeders' Cup Classic (2003) and the Dubai World Cup (2003). Winner of nine of 18 career races, he also finished first in the Pacific Classic, the San Antonio Handicap and the Goodwood Handicap (twice). Pleasantly Perfect retired from racing at the end of the 2004 season and entered stud in 2005 at the prestigious Lane's End Farm in Versailles, Kentucky. Offered here is a stallion halter from his time at Lane's End. Coincidentally, Pleasantly Perfect's first foal to race was Rapid Redux, who is best known as the horse that broke Zenyatta's streak of 20 straight victories when he set the North American record by winning 22 straight, 19 of which came in one year - 2011.
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