Unaccounted For, the 1995 Whitney Handicap (gr. I) winner who had a successful stud career in Turkey, died May 29 in that country due to the effects of progressive ethmoid hematoma, according to the Turkish Jockey Club. The son of Private Account—Mrs. Jenney, by The Minstrel, was 22.
Progressive ethmoid hematoma is a locally destructive mass of nasal passages and paranasal sinuses of uncertain etiology, according to the Merck Veterinary Manual.
Trained by Flint S. "Scotty" Schulhofer for Morven Stud Farm, Unaccounted For won two stakes—the Whitney and the 1994 Jim Dandy (gr. II)—and his stakes placings included a second in the Jockey Club Gold Cup and third in the Breeders' Cup Classic (both gr. I). He won or placed in 12 of 17 starts and earned $998,468.
After beginning his stud career at William S. Farish's Lane's End Farm near Versailles, Ky., Unaccounted For was purchased by the Turkish Jockey Club and began standing in Turkey in 2002.
According to The Jockey Club Information Systems, Unaccounted For was the sire of 35 stakes winners, including eight grade/group I winners, and his progeny have earned more than $19.7 million to date.
The Turkish Jockey Club reported Unaccounted For's best offspring included Turkish group I winners Mystical Storm and Dervis Aga, as well as the additional graded/group winners Grundlefoot, Quick Tip, Azaraks, Gulengul, Chi, Tenedos, Buenos Aires, My Sea, Don't Stop Me, Attacante, Yurttay, Pasifika, Tonya, Bankroll, Lady Liz, and Midas Touch.