Reckless retired to stud
Last year's top two-year-old Reckless Abandon has been retired to stand at Darley's Kildangan Stud in 2014.
Trained by Clive Cox, Reckless Abandon won all five starts at two including the Norfolk at Royal Ascot, the Prix Robert Papin and then at Group One level in both the Prix Morny and the Middle Park Stakes.
It was decided he would head for a sprinting campaign rather than the Guineas, and he competed with honours against more hardened competitors in the Temple Stakes and King's Stand, winding up with a fifth in the Prix de l'Abbaye.
Sam Bullard, Darley's director of stallions told their website: "Reckless Abandon was an unbeaten champion two-year-old, a brilliant sprinter and he has the physique to match.
"He's an attractive, strong young stallion and is very likely to sire precocity. We are thrilled to have him join the Darley roster for 2014 and have no doubt that he will be very popular with breeders."
His fee will be set at a later date.