Pink Viper to Fanlew in Louisiana

Son of Smoke Glacken recorded a 108 Beyer Speed Figure at Aqueduct.

Multiple stakes winner Pink Viper has been retired from racing and will enter stud in 2011 at Ray and Kathy Paul’s Fanlew Farms near Sarepta, La. His fee is $1,000.

Six-year-old Pink Viper (Smoke Glacken—Iridescence, by Mt. Livermore) recorded a 108 Beyer Speed Figure when capturing the Brushing Up Stakes at Aqueduct. He also won the Count Fleet Stakes at the New York track and placed in three stakes. During his career he won or placed in 11 of 37 races and earned $210,066.

Pink Viper is a half brother to grade I winner Flashy Bull and is from the same female family as Canadian champion Perfect Soul.