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.

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