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Peace A Pie, dam of Pizza Dolce and Big Stick Lindy, dies at age 25
Friday, October 13, 2017 - by the USTA Communications Department

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Columbus, OH --- On Friday (Oct. 13) Peace A Pie, a daughter of Valley Victory and the Speedy Crown mare Armbro Éclair, died from the complications of old age at Lindy Farms.

Although the 25-year-old mare was unraced, she was a half-sibling to Cake Rattle N Roll (Meadow Road, $220,000) and Echo Hanover (Balanced Image, $304,538). Peace A Pie was also a full sister to Chocolate Layered ($167,306).

Peace A Pie, whose dam earned $187,443 on the racetrack, descends from an illustrious family, as Armbro Éclair  was a full sister to Armbro Flori ($571,711), Family Firm ($100,423), Armbro Propeller ($107,245) and Armbro Rotary ($131,238). Armbro Éclair was also a half-sister to Armbro Scorpion (Balanced Image, $308,800) and Armbro Vanquish (Garland Lobell, $321,552).

Armbro Vanquish continued the family tradition of excellence as she was responsible for 2011 Kentucky Futurity victor and world champion Manofmanymissions (Yankee Glide, $1.21 million).

Like her half-sister, Peace A Pie also contributed her outstanding genes to many Standardbred pedigrees as she foaled Mars Bar (Malabar Man, $390,176), Dan Patch Award winner Pizza Dolce (Conway Hall, $668,824), Big Stick Lindy (Conway Hall, $236,176) and The Lindy Treaty (Conway Hall, $181,995).

Pizza Dolce followed in her forebears hoof prints by providing the likes of Belle Dolce (Kadabra, $730,884), For You Almostfree (Glidemaster, $510,817), Miss Paris (Kadabra, $865,160) and Boli (Kadabra, $209,664).

Currently, Belle Dolce has provided the sport with Amalfi Coast (Muscles Yankee, $168,611) and Ragazzo Dolce ($198,845), while Big Stick Lindy's daughter Satin Dancer ($506,961) is preparing to become a dual Indiana champion. From 160 registered foals, the stallion's progeny has 65 starters that have amassed $2.5 million.


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