So You Think, an Irish champion and two-time Australian champion, will be retired from racing in the summer for stallion duty at Coolmore Australia, according to the Racing Post.
So You Think’s final start might come in the Coral Eclipse Stakes (Eng-I) in July, a race he won last year. In his most recent start, he finished fourth in the Dubai World Cup Sponsored by Emirates Airline (UAE-I) March 31 for a partnership that included Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith, and Sue Magnier, whose husband, John Magnier, is managing partner of Coolmore.
A New Zealand-bred foaled in 2006, So You Think (High Chaparral—Triassic, by Tights) twice won the Tatts W. S. Cox Plate (Aust-I) and ran third in the Emirates Airline Melbourne Cup (Aust-I). In Ireland, he won two group I stakes the year of his championship.
So You Think contested last years’ Breeders’ Cup Classic (gr. I), finishing sixth.
So You Think sports a record of 12-4-1 from 21 starts and earnings of $8,087,459.