|Sire||Rich Man's Gold|
|Owner||John W. Amerman/Amerman Racing|
|Trainer||Robert J. Frankel|
|Clásico St. Leger (2000)
Dos Mil Guineas (2000)
Tanteo de Potrillos (2000)
Gran Criterium (2000)
Woodward Stakes (2001, 2002)
Clark Handicap (2002)
Whitney Handicap (2002)
|Chilean Horse of the Year (2000)|
In 2000 he was elected as Horse of the Year in his native Chile, after become the first Chilean Triple Crown winner (Dirt). He continued his career in the United States, where he most notably won back-to-back runnings of the prestigious Grade I Woodward Stakes, defeating the 2000 Horse of the Year and two-time Breeders Cup Classic winner Tiznow in the 2001 edition, as well as the Whitney Handicap, defeating the multiple graded stakes winner Albert the Great.
Retired to stud duty, Lido Palace began his stallion career at Lambholm South near Ocala, Florida. Among his progeny is Vineyard Haven, winner of the Grade I Champagne and Hopeful Stakes in 2008. He was sold as a two-year-old in a private deal to Godolphin for a reported $12 million.
In 2009-2011, he served in Northview, Pennsylvania, being subsequently be sent to 2012 season at South America Haras el Centauro in Peru. Andrés Bezzola, owner of that farm noted that the presence of the sire is a valuable contribution to the national breeding.