Bred in Florida by Jack Dreyfus' Hobeau Farm, Put It Back was trained by Hall of Famer Allen Jerkens. Put It Back had a 5-1-1 record from seven starts and earned $232,895.He will stand the 2002 season for a fee of $5,000 live foal.
Hobeau Farm's grade II winner Put It Back, undefeated in five starts at 3 this year, has been retired due to an injury and will enter stud at Arthur I. Appleton's Bridlewood Farm in Ocala, Fla. The multiple stakes winner is a son of Honour and Glory and is out of the winning Exuberant mare Miss Shoplifter.Put It Back won all five of his 2001 in wire-to-wire fashion, including the six-furlong Best Turn Stakes at Aqueduct and the seven-furlong Riva Ridge Stakes (gr. II) on the Belmont Stakes undercard. He beat a stellar field in the Riva Ridge that included Flame Thrower, Touch Tone, and Express Tour. At 2, Put It Back was second and third in two starts.