Chilean studs napsu p Midge.
Trained by Brian Meehan, the then four-year-old came off the back of a Group 3 triumph at Newbury to claim the biggest win of his career at Churchill Downs, the scene of the Meehan-trained Red Rocks' triumph in the same race in 2006.
Dangerous Midge picked up $1 million for winning the Turf, in which he beat Champ Pegasus by a length and a half.
He will stand alongside Soldier Of Fortune at Haras Porta Pia in Chile, although he is currently in quarantine in France and will not take up southern hemisphere duties until next year.
The deal was handled by American-based Argentine agent Ricardo Gonzalez, who trades as Forli Bloodstock.
He said: "This is a very exciting deal for me as I feel the horse will be a great success in Chile. What appealed to me is that he's from the Seattle Slew line [his dam Adored Slew is by that stallion] and, although it's quite far back, he traces to [foundation mare] La Troienne."
A son of Lion Heart, a grandson of Storm Cat who now stands in Turkey, Dangerous Midge has a celebrated third dam in 1967 champion US mare Straight Deal.
Dangerous Midge: currently in quarantine in France