Godolphin has retired a John O’Shea-trained Group I-winning sprinter to stud.
Holler has been retired to stud in Victoria. Photo: Darryl Sherer
Last year’s Group I Canterbury Stakes winner Holler has contested his last race and will stand at Northwood Park in Victoria.
In addition to his Group I win, the four-year-old son of Commands also won the Group II Australia Stakes and Group III Red Anchor Stakes at Moonee Valley. He retires with earnings of $748,625.
“Holler is a horse we are very proud of. He is a homebred who became a weight-for-age winner at the highest level in the Godolphin blue,” Alastair Pulford, head of sales for Darley stallions in Australia, said in a statement.
“He is an exceptionally good-looking horse with a stallion’s pedigree so we expect him to be very popular with breeders.”
A service fee will be announced at a later date.