(1951-1973) was a British Thoroughbred stallion racehorse
. He was sired by the great British stakes
winner Royal Charger
, out of the French
mare, Source Sucree, whose sire Admiral Drake
was third on the French sire list in 1949.
Imported to the U.S. as a yearling, Turn-To was bought at the Keeneland sales for $20,000 to race for Capt. Harry F. Guggenheim's Cain Hoy Stable.
As a two year old with Henry Moreno aboard, Turn-To won the Garden State Futurity, the Saratoga Special, and the Flamingo Stakes at three.
Upon retirement, Turn-To inititally stood at stud at Claiborne Farm before being moved to Spendthrift Farm after a disagreement between Guggenheim and Arthur B. Hancock.
His very successful progeny include First Landing, Hail To Reason, Best Turn, and Sir Gaylord.
Turn-To died in 1973 and is buried at Green Gates Farm, which is now part of Spendthrift Farm near Lexington, Kentucky.