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 Australian Racing News 
Thursday, April 20 2017

Top sprinter Tivaci is on his way to Waikato Stud to begin the next stage of his career.

Tivaci - Bruno Canatelli

The Matamata farm bought into the son of High Chaparral as a stallion prospect and the decision was made to retire the four-year-old in the wake of his last-start Group One success in the All Aged Stakes at Randwick.

"We've been talking to all of the parties – trainer Mike Moroney, the owners and to Bruce Perry, who facilitated the deal, and we've made the decision to retire Tivaci," Waikato Stud principal Mark Chittick said.

"There were options of Brisbane, Royal Ascot and Adelaide, but the horse hasn't got anything more to prove.

"He's a superior sprinter and he's won a Group One race at one of the world's biggest racing carnivals.

"He's done all he has to and there's not a lot of upside in carrying on. We're proud for him to be joining the ranks at Waikato Stud.

"We want to get him here and let him settle in and show him off to breeders."

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