Old Deuteronomy, who was scheduled to enter stud this year for $4,000 at John T.L. Jones III and Robert Trussell's Walmac Farm near Lexington, instead will sell at William Inglis and Son bloodstock sale in Australia April 16. Lincoln Farm will consign the 6-year-old son of Storm Catfor a partnership that includes Walmac.
Jones feels Old Deuteronomy, who was group I-placed in Ireland, will be more appreciated in Australia.
Old Deuteronomy, who is out of the Seeking the Goldmare Jewel in the Crown, was first or second in seven of 19 races and earned $238,778. He also was group II-placed in England and stakes-placed in the U.S.