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Super Struggler Retired to Stand in Texas

Super Struggler, a stakes-placed son of accomplished stallion and racehorse Struggler (GB), has been retired to stand stud duty in Texas as property of Joshua Murphy at Murphy Farms in Houston.

A winner of 17 races during his career, Super Struggler proved his soundness and durability by racing until age 9 and making a total of 104 starts while hitting the board nearly half of the time. He finished a close third in the $50,000 Sam Houston Turf Sprint Cup Stakes at five furlongs and he could run equally well on turf or dirt.

Super Struggler is by European Group 3 winner Struggler (GB), a former Texas stallion who sired the likes of multiple Grade 3 winner Wynn Dot Comma.

To introduce him to Texas breeders, Super Struggler will be offered for free breeding during his first season at stud. For more information, click here to view his stallion page or contact Murphy at murphy1345@yahoo.com or (832) 713-1504.

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