Preakness Stakes (gr. I) winner Pine Bluff has been moved to Danny Duncan’s 21 and Change near Trinity, Texas, where he will stand for a private fee. Duncan privately bought 20-year-old Pine Bluff from John Ed Anthony of Loblolly Stable.
Pine Bluff, who raced as a Loblolly homebred, has sired 34 stakes winners and the earners of $30.2 million. His 13 graded stakes winners include grade I winner I Ain’t Bluffing and such grade II winners as millionaire Super Frolic, Bear Fan, Middlesex Drive, Megans Bluff, Puzzlement, and Lil’s Lad.
By Danzig out of the Halo mare Rowdy Angel, Pine Bluff entered stud at William S. Farish’s Lane’s End Farm near Versailles, Ky., and stood there until he was pensioned prior to the 2007 breeding season. He later stood at Kilkerry Farm in Arkansas.
Pine Bluff, who won four other graded stakes and earned $2,255,884, is a half-brother to grade I winner Demons Begone and a full brother to the dam of Kentucky Derby (gr. I) winner and successful sire Fusaichi Pegasus .