Looking Back on Career of Two-Time Pegasus Turf Winner Colonel Liam

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Jockey Irad Ortiz Jr. shares the love with Colonel Liam after his repeat win in the Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational Stakes in January 2022. The career earner of $1.8 million has been retired. (Eclipse Sportswire)

Two-Time Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational Stakes winner Colonel Liam was retired from racing Jan. 19, 2023, with a sparkling record of seven wins from 12 starts and career purse earnings of $1,812,565.

A talented Thoroughbred racehorse and a fan favorite, Colonel Liam’s five stakes wins also included an unforgettable dead heat with Domestic Spending in the Grade 1 Old Forester Bourbon Turf Classic Stakes on the 2021 Kentucky Derby undercard at Churchill Downs.

Read more at BloodHorse about Colonel Liam’s upcoming second career as a stallion at Ocala Stud in Florida, and enjoy the video and slideshow below featuring the career highlights of this striking gray 6-year-old by Liam’s Map.

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