Tribal Rule Retired to River Edge in California
Updated: Sunday, July 21, 2002 9:39 AM
Posted: Wednesday, July 17, 2002 4:09 PM
Six-year-old Tribal Rule, who started only four times in his star-crossed career, has been retired from racing after suffering a sesamoid injury in a July 10 allowance race at Hollywood Park. A homebred for Martin and Pam Wygod, he will enter stud at the couple's River Edge Farm near Buellton, Calif.
A son of Storm Cat, Tribal Rule won two races by a total of 13 lengths and finished second in his other two. He earned $77,600. He is a half-brother to grade I winner Key Phrase, and his dam, Sown (by Grenfall), is a half-sister to the Wygods' foundation stallion Pirate's Bounty.
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