Invisible Ink to Stand at Pin Oak Lane

Son of Thunder Gulch ran a determined second in the Kentucky Derby.

Invisible Ink, runner-up in the second-fastest Kentucky Derby (gr. I) for Peachtree Stable, has been relocated to Dr. William J. Solomon’s Pin Oak Lane Farm near New Freedom, Pa. His fee is $1,500.

Invisible  Ink, who nearly died as a 2-year-old in 2000 after suffering from severe reactions to drugs administered for a cut on his ankle, placed in the Florida Derby (gr. I) at Gulfstream Park prior to the Kentucky Derby. His determined drive in the Churchill classic carried him home ahead of such stars as Congaree  and Point Given.

Twelve-year-old Invisible Ink is the sire of Panamanian champion Blessink and four-time Florida stakes winner Fearless Eagle. Invisible Ink is represented by 35 winners and 77% starters from foals of racing age.

Owned by Peachtree, Invisible Ink (Thunder Gulch—Conquistress, by Conquistador Cielo) formerly stood at Rising Hill Farm in Florida.