Real Quiet, who won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness and narrowly lost the Belmont Stakes in 1998, will shuttle to Haras Cuatro Piedras in Progreso, Uruguay, for the 2009 Southern Hemisphere breeding season, said Diego Mitagstein, editor of Turf Diario. A Grade 1 winner at 2, 3, and 4, Real Quiet won the Grade 1 Hollywood Futurity at 2 and the Grade 1 Hollywood Gold Cup and Pimlico Special at 4. He retired to stud in Kentucky with a record of six wins from 20 starts and earnings of $3,271,802. The son of Quiet American and the Believe It mare Really Blue now stands at Penn Ridge Farms in Harrisburg, Pa., for a $7,500 fee. He’s the sire of at least 15 stakes winners, including champion sprinter Midnight Lute, twice a winner of the Breeders’ Cup Sprint, as well as Grade 1 winners Pussycat Doll and Wonder Lady Ann L.