Three-year-old Queen's Logic, who won all five of her races, has been retired after contracting a virus, according to the Racing Post. Owned by Jaber Abdullah, the daughter of Grand Lodge scored her major win in last year's Shadwell Stud Cheveley Park Stakes (Eng-I).
"It is just a question of time--if she had two or three months off, it is September by the time you get her back and the season is over," trainer Mick Channon told the Post. "There was an option to keep her in training at four, but they have decided not to do that."
Produced from the Diesis mare Lagrion, Queen's Logic was a stakes winner in her sole start this year and retires with $288,129 in earnings.