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    Sensational Sprinter Gizmo Cash Retires
Sensational Sprinter Gizmo Cash Retires

Sensational Sprinter Gizmo Cash Retires

Gizmo Cash, one of the century's finest sprinters, has retired a month before his fourth birthday due to a minor injury. Trained by Jamie McGee, Gizmo Cash enjoyed a remarkable career, breaking track records and earning the title of 2022 Sprinter of the Year.

Beginning his career at Drumbo Park in June 2021, Gizmo Cash quickly showcased his early speed, transitioning to sprinting. In 2022, he triumphed in the Supersprint at Curraheen Park and set an astonishing track record at Shelbourne Park, clocking 18.18 over 350 yards.

Despite a brief setback, Gizmo Cash claimed victory in the Treaty Cup at Limerick. His 2023 campaign included notable runs and a return to the Islandbridge Sprint final. His last race, the Bar One Racing Crystal Vase 325 at Lifford, ended with a triumphant victory and a new track record.

Bred to be exceptional as the son of Droopys Jet and Down The Green, Gizmo Cash has already mated with his first bitch, and breeders are eager to explore his bloodline. Jamie McGee reflects on Gizmo Cash's extraordinary career, expressing gratitude for the memories created by the flying brindle.

The 18.18 run at Shelbourne Park, a track and national record, stands as a testament to Gizmo Cash's brilliance, making him a challenging act to follow in the sprinting world.

For those seeking to breed with Gizmo Cash, a few straws are available, offering the promise of continued excellence on the tracks through his progeny.


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