First year sire and classic winner Tiz the Law will shuttle to Haras Paso Nevado in Chile following the Northern Hemisphere breeding season, according to Turf Diario and confirmed by Ashford Stud.
The four-time grade 1 winner, a son of Constitution out of the Tiznow grade 2 winner Tizfiz, follows a number of successful shuttlers between the two farms that includes the late Scat Daddy , Lookin At Lucky , Powerscourt , and Verrazano .
Scat Daddy, who died in 2015, has sired 40 South American black-type winners, which include 29 group winners and 11 Chilean champions. Lookin At Lucky has sired 35 black-type winners, which include 24 graded/group winners and four champions. Powerscourt sired 13 stakes winners in Chile and Peru, while Verrazano sired stakes winners in Chile.
Ashford’s freshman sires Practical Joke and Classic Empire also have shuttled to Chile. Practical Joke went in 2018-19 and Classic Empire in 2020. Neither will be returning this year, according to the farm.
Tiz the Law was a grade 1 winner at 2, when he won the Champagne Stakes (G1) in his second lifetime start. He went on at 3 to win the Curlin Florida Derby (G1), Belmont Stakes Presented by NYRA Bets (G1), and Runhappy Travers Stakes (G1). He was second in the Kentucky Derby Presented by Woodford Reserve (G1). He compiled a 6-1-1 career record from nine starts and earned $2,735,300. He entered stud this year at $40,000.