Don't Cross Me to At Liberty Farms

He is by grade I winner Yonaguska and is from Yonaguska's female family.

New York winner Don't Cross Me has been retired from racing to stand the 2013 season at At Liberty Farms near Fort Salonga, N.Y. The 7-year-old son of Yonaguska is owned by a partnership and will stand for $2,500 live foal.

Don't Cross Me, who won at Belmont Park on turf, was retired with a win and three seconds from eight starts and earnings of $50,612. He was bred in New York by At Libery Farms.

Don't Cross Me not only is by Yonaguska but is from the same female family as that grade I winner. Don't Cross Me's second dam, Execution, is the third dam of Yonaguska.

A half brother to the dam of stakes winner Deftly's Reality, Don't Cross Me is out of the winning In Reality mare Deftly, a half sister to three stakes winners including grade II winner/producer Possible Mate.