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Adios Pick

Adios Pick (born in 1954) is a champion trotting horse. He was a foal of Adios and Pick Up.

Bred in Ontario, Canada. After an injury prematurely ended his racing career, he became a profiled sire. His offspring amassed earnings of $18.8 million in stakes racing.

Adios Pick was inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 1989, thirteen years after his full sister Dotties Pick.


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