Let’s hear it for Biofuel, retired this week after her trainer learned she was injured during a recent race.Biofuel was Canada’s Horse of the Year and champion 3-year-old filly last season.
“She’ll stay at Woodbine, for another week,” said trainer Reade Baker, and then head down to Airdrie Stud. “She’ll be bred to Majesticperfection.”
Biofuel was bred in Kentucky by her owner, Brereton C. Jones, master of the Lexington-area Airdrie Stud.
Biofuel became a stakes winner in her fourth career outing as a 2-year-old in 2009 when she captured Woodbine’s Grade 3 Mazarine over 1 1/16 miles.
Biofuel was just getting her campaign under way this season and was making her second start after finishing a close fourth in the Sweet Briar Too Stakes on July 1.
She retires with a record line of 6-1-2 and earnings of $781,091 from 13 career starts.