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EVOLUTION AT THE BREEDERS’ CUP

Barbara D. Livingston

Cutline, Mizdirection (11), under Mike Smith, wins the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint at Santa Anita on Nov. 3, 2012.

JOHN P. SPARKMAN Although the Kentucky Derby – and to a lesser extent the Preakness and Belmont – might enjoy more widespread popularity and recognition among the wider sporting public, the Breeders’ Cup represents the highest-quality racing on the North American continent each year. As such, it is both entirely predictable and entirely fitting that cumulative

Breeders’ Cup results over its 29-year history reflect the distribution and evolution of major American and international sire lines. In 1984, when the Breeders’ Cup was inaugurated, 20-year-old Northern Dancer led the English sire list for the fourth and last time. Although his champion son Slew o’ Gold was controversially beaten in the first Breeders’ Cup Classic, Seattle Slew finished 1984 atop the American sire list for the first and only time. Seattle Slew’s sire championship marked the 18th time since 1955 that Nasrullah or one of his male-line descen-

dants had led the American sire list. After such a dominant streak of 18 championships in 30 years, no one would have guessed that 19 more years would pass before another male-line descendant of Nasrullah, Seattle Slew’s son A.P. Indy, would top the American sire list. The results of three other inaugural Breeders’ Cup events that day presaged the future, however. Chief’s Crown’s victory in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile made his sire, Danzig, by Northern Dancer, leading freshman sire of 1984.

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BREEDERS’ CUP INDIVIDUAL WINNERS BY SIRE-LINE BRANCH Northern Dancer 73 Danzig 17 Deputy Minister 10 Nijinsky II 8 Nureyev 4 Sadler’s Wells 12 Storm Cat 13 (others) 9 Mr. Prospector 52 Fappiano 13 Gone West 7 Gulch 3 Smart Strike 4 Seeking the Gold 3 (others) 19 Nasrullah 50 Blushing Groom 10 Bold Ruler* 7 Caro 8 Never Bend 6 Seattle Slew 17 (others) 2 Turn-to 19 Cox’s Ridge 4 Habitat 1 Halo 7 Roberto 7 Ribot 9 Graustark 3 His Majesty 4 Tom Rolfe 2 Damascus 6 In Reality 6 Relaunch 5 Icecapade 6 Clever Trick 3 Wild Again 3 Djebel 4 Speak John 4 (Others) 11 *Descendants of Bold Ruler not through Seattle Slew

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Continued from page x And the victory of Northern Dancer’s great-granddaughter Royal Heroine (by Lypheor, by Lyphard, by Northern Dancer) in the first Breeders’ Cup Mile gave Northern Dancer a lead on the Breeders’ Cup male-line list that he has never relinquished. On that same day, the inaugural Breeders’ Cup Sprint victory of Eillo confirmed the position of his sire, Mr. Prospector, among the world’s elite sires. As shown in the accompanying chart, descendants of Northern Dancer and Mr. Prospector have continued to dominate the Breeders’ Cup, leaving the oncedominant Nasrullah male line in third place, and other male lines in supporting positions. Over the 29 years of the Breeders’ Cup’s existence, the Northern Dancer male line has provided 73 of the 240 individual Breeders’ Cup winners. That 30 percent strike rate is remarkably close to the Northern Dancer male line’s “market share” of about 33 percent of all individual American graded stakes winners over the past five years, especially considering the line’s comparative youth in 1984. Northern Dancer’s son Be My Guest had led the English sire list in 1982, but it would be four more years before Lyphard, by Northern Dancer, led the American sire list and five more years after that before Danzig made it to the top for the first of three consecutive years. In subsequent years Palace Music, Deputy Minister, Storm Cat, El Prado, and Giant’s Causeway have added to Northern Dancer’s legacy of leading sires in America, and Sadler’s Wells, Caerleon, Galileo, Danehill, Montjeu, and seemingly countless other descendants have ascended to the top of sire lists worldwide. As shown in the accompanying table, the male-line branches of four different sons and two grandsons (Deputy Minister and Storm Cat) of Northern Dancer have provided at least four individual Breeders’ Cup winners. The Danzig branch of Northern Dancer alone has provided more winners than the much older Ribot, Damascus, In Reality, and Icecapade male lines. Danzig remains a powerful influence in American sire lines, especially with the recent rise of his sensational young son War Front, who might have more than one live candidate at this year’s Breeders’ Cup meeting. Descen-

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dants of Sadler’s Wells and Storm Cat are also certain to have a say in proceedings at Santa Anita. Mr. Prospector was only 14 years old at the time of the first Breeders’ Cup meeting, and his first Breeders’ Cup winner, Eillo (out of Barbs Dancer, by Northern Dancer), was a product of his final Florida crop, conceived before his transfer to Claiborne Farm in Kentucky. The better mares available in Kentucky enabled Mr. Prospector to lead the American sire list in 1987 and 1988, but surprisingly, only four of his male-line descendants – his son Smart Strike in 2007 and 2008, and grandsons Thunder Gulch in 2001, Elusive Quality in 2004, and Distorted Humor in 2011 – have ascended to similar heights. Remarkably, the Mr. Prospector male line has been much more dominant in the American Triple Crown races, notably producing 14 of the past 19 Belmont winners, 10 of the past 19 Kentucky Derby winners, and 11 of the past 19 Preakness winners. Since 1984, descendants of Turn-to (Halo, Saint Ballado, Kris S.), Nasrullah (A.P. Indy, Cozzene), Tom Fool (Buckaroo), Raise a Native (Alydar), and Ack Ack (Broad Brush) have also led the American sire list, but only Turn-to and Nasrullah have made a comparable impact on the Breeders’ Cup. The Nasrullah male line is holding its own primarily through the rising influence of A.P. Indy, but as recently as last year, Mizdirection, by Mizzen Mast, a male-line descendant of Nasrullah though his son Grey Sovereign, and Grey Sovereign’s grandson Caro, captured the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint, and Flotilla, another daughter of Mizzen Mast, won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf. Similarly, Pounced, by Rahy, by Blushing Groom, won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf as recently as 2009. Turn-to’s male line scored its first victories at the 1985 Breeders’ Cup meeting when his great-granddaughters Life’s Magic and Twilight Ridge, both by Cox’s Ridge (by Best Turn, by Turn-to), captured the Breeders’ Cup Distaff and Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies, respectively. The victory of Halo’s great son Sunday Silence in the 1989 Breeders’ Cup Classic was the first of seven for that branch of Turn-to’s male line through his best son Hail to Reason. In that same year, the victory of Prized (by Kris S., by Hail to Reason’s son Roberto) in the Breeders’


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Cup Turf announced the persistence of the Roberto branch of Turn-to, which has also accounted for seven wins. Other male lines have celebrated only sporadic victories at the Breeders’ Cup in the last decade. The victory of Shared Account in the 2010 Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf was the first for the Ribot male line since that of her sire Pleasantly Perfect’s win in the 2003 Classic. Folklore’s victory in the 2005 Juvenile Fillies is the only one for the In Reality male line since her sire, Tiznow (by Cee’s Tizzy, by Relaunch, by In Reality), captured his second Classic in 2001. Given the fact that male-line descendants of Northern Dancer have captured about 40 percent of 2013 American graded stakes and male-line descendants of Mr. Prospector another 29 percent (as detailed in the September 20, 2013, edition of DRF Breeding), it is all but inevitable that those two male lines will once again dominate the 2013 Breeders’ Cup. As in almost everything else, strength in numbers counts in Thoroughbred racing. In racing though, unlike some other endeavors, that strength in numbers is earned by actual performance. And performance at the Breeders’ Cup is merely a reflection of the larger trends in the global Thoroughbred.

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Cutline, Liable , Claiborne Farm, Paris, Kentucky 6.23.10

By Nicole Russo Close Hatches will have her own piece of history on her side as she faces twotime defending winner Royal Delta and championship contender Princess of Sylmar in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff. The Juddmonte Farms homebred, winner of the Grade 1 Mother Goose Stakes and Cotillion Stakes by open lengths, hails from one of the most influential families in the three-decade history of the Breeders’ Cup, via her fourth dam, Best in Show. The prolific mare has already been represented by five descendants who have won or placed in Breeders’ Cup races. “Obviously, at Juddmonte, we’re lucky enough to be around some very special families,” Garrett O’Rourke, manager for Juddmonte in Kentucky, said. “It’s defi-

nitely a family that obviously we’ve done well with, but if you look at that family, going all the way back to Best in Show, so many different breeders and owners have benefitted from that family. “It never seems to take off a generation. Sometimes families disappear for a generation and then make a comeback. Best in Show’s family seems to have come the whole way, which is a great tribute to the ability of the genes and soundness of the genes as well.” Juddmonte’s success with its mares is well-documented, and the operation has had additional impact on the Breeders’ Cup through Kerali and her brilliant daughter Hasili, one of only three mares in the history of the Breeders’ Cup to produce multiple winners. Another prominent mare in the event’s history is the Phipps Stable’s Personal

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Ensign, who launched an unprecedented line of three generations of Breeders’ Cup winners. The undefeated racemare, and later her foals, were raised at the Hancock family’s Claiborne Farm, which holds its own place in Breeders’ Cup lore. The farm bred Special, whose several Breeders’ Cup-winning descendants include 2010 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and champion Blame. “With Special, it goes back five or six generations of mares here that we bred,” Claiborne’s Seth Hancock said. “It has been a good family.” Darby Dan, Adena Springs, and Ramsey Farm have also been responsible for developing female families that have been a force at the Breeders’ Cup – and that could continue to make their influ-

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ence known Nov. 1 and 2 at Santa Anita Park.

dam of 2002 Mile third-place finisher Good Journey. Another daughter, Nijinsky’s Best, is the dam of 1998 Breeders’ Cup Turf runner-up Yagli.

Best in Show

Kerali and Hasili

Best in Show’s Group 3-winning daughter Monroe was a private acquisition by Juddmonte from Robert Sangster. The mare produced stakes-placed Silver Star, who, in turn, begat the Storm Cat daughter Rising Tornado. The mare underachieved on the track, but her first foal was Close Hatches, from the first crop of Juddmonte homebred First Defence. “The really distinct feature that these families have is soundness as well as brilliance,” O’Rourke said. “They’ve endured through generations because there are good ones, and mediocre ones, but when they’re all sound, you can breed back to a brilliant stallion, and that trait of soundness just keeps going through the whole family from generation to generation. “In Close Hatches’s case, her dam, Rising Tornado, was a lovely filly, who we thought should have been, on looks, a classic prospect. So we scratched our heads a bit when she didn’t show the family speed, nor the Storm Cat speed. Breeding back to First Defence, we had a lot of success – it worked tremendously.” Best in Show, a stakes-winning daughter of Traffic Judge bred by Philip Connors, was represented by several other productive daughters. The most well-known branch of her family was launched by 1982 Kentucky Oaks winner Blush With Pride – whose triumph in that Grade 1 race helped earn her dam Broodmare of the Year honors. Blush With Pride produced 2007 Broodmare of the Year Better Than Honour, dam of Belmont Stakes winners Rags to Riches and Jazil, as well as 2009 Breeders’ Cup Marathon winner Man of Iron. Best in Show’s daughter Sex Appeal is the third dam of 2002 Breeders’ Cup Mile winner Domedriver. Sex Appeal further cemented her dam’s influence by producing prominent sire El Gran Senor, who counts 1996 Sprint winner Lit de Justice among his stakes horses. El Gran Senor is also the sire of Juddmonte’s 2002 Broodmare of the Year, Toussaud, dam of four Grade 1 winners. Those include Honest Lady, dam of First Defence, himself a Grade 1 winner. Best in Show’s daughter Minnie Hauk is the second dam of Imperfect Circle, who produced Spinning World, winner of the 1997 Mile after finishing second the year prior. Minnie Hauk is also the third

A Juddmonte homebred by High Line, Kerali is best known as the dam of the stellar broodmare Hasili. The stakeswinning Kahyasi mare has produced two Breeders’ Cup Filly and Mare Turf winners in Banks Hill (2001) and Intercontinental (2005), and five additional graded/group stakes winners. “They all ran as 2-year-olds, as 3-yearolds, as 4-year-olds, as 5-year-olds,” O’Rourke said of Hasili’s offspring. “They always showed up and they were tremendously consistent.” Hasili’s Group 2-winning son Dansili now stands at Juddmonte’s Banstead Manor Stud in Newmarket, England. The sire will be represented in this year’s Filly and Mare Turf by Grade/Group 1 winners Dank and Laughing, while another, The Fugue, is likely for the Turf. Kerali’s contributions are not limited to Hasili’s offspring. Her daughter Dissemble produced 2005 Mile runner-up and champion Leroidesanimaux. Another daughter, Arrive, produced Visit, third in the 2008 Filly and Mare Turf.

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Special A Claiborne homebred from the family of prominent producer Rough Shod II, Special is responsible for three Breeders’ Cup winners in the last decade through her daughters, as well as two prominent sires. Chief among the Forli mare’s recent representatives is Claiborne’s and Adele Dilschneider’s Blame, winner of the 2010 Classic over champion Zenyatta in Claiborne’s centennial year. The horse was produced by stakes-placed 2010 Broodmare of the Year Liable, who is out of Special’s daughter Bound. “It was like a storybook ending,” Hancock said. “Coming from a family like that, that you’ve bred all along, that has been here at the farm for that many years. [Blame’s] weanlings and yearlings are selling so well. We have a lot of optimism for him and his 2-year-olds selling next year. We’re very excited about that. It has been a good family.” Another of Special’s daughters, multiple Grade 2 winner Number, is the grandam of Multiply. That unraced mare produced inaugural Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile winner Corinthian. Special is also

the fourth dam of 2011 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf winner Wrote. Special is the dam of Nureyev, and, through daughter Fairy Bridge, grandam of Sadler’s Wells. Nureyev sired three individual Breeders’ Cup winners, including two-time Mile winner Miesque and the aforementioned Spinning World. Sadler’s Wells, the third-highest earning stallion in Breeders’ Cup history, is the sire of five individual winners, including two-time Turf winner High Chaparral. That stallion, who sired Wrote, is one of five sons of Sadler’s Wells to sire a Breeders’ Cup winner, along with El Prado, Galileo, Perfect Soul, and Montjeu.

Primal Force and Sweet Life These two mares, along with Hasili, are the only producers represented by multiple individual Breeders’ Cup winners. Both were Broodmare of the Year honorees. Primal Force, a winning Blushing Groom mare bred by Bertram Firestone, was later purchased by Frank Stronach and produced 1998 Classic winner Awesome Again and 2000 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner Macho Uno for his Adena Springs operation. Both have gone on to successful stallion careers at Adena and have major contenders in this year’s Classic. Awesome Again, whose four Breeders’ Cup winners include 2004 Classic victor Ghostzapper, will be represented by potential race favorite Game On Dude, as well as Grade 1 winner Paynter. Macho Uno’s representative is Grade 1 winner Mucho Macho Man. Ghostzapper is the sire of possible Classic starter Moreno. Sweet Life produced 2004 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies winner Sweet Catomine and 2009 Breeders’ Cup Ladies’ Classic winner Life Is Sweet. Both were campaigned by Marty and Pam Wygod, who bred the stakes-winning Kris S. mare.

Sequence In her most notable contribution to the breed, Sequence – a stakeswinning daughter of Count Fleet bred by Brownell Combs – produced multiple stakes-winning filly Gold Digger, dam of Mr. Prospector. The prominent sire was represented by three Breeders’ Cup winners in his own right, but also launched his own successful male line. His sons and grandsons to sire multiple Breeders’ Cup winners include Elusive Quality, Fappiano, Gone West, Seeking the Gold, Smart Strike, Street Cry, and


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Unbridled. Gold Digger is also the grandam of 1996 Canadian Broodmare of the Year Amelia Bearhart, whose son Chief Bearhart started in three consecutive editions of the Breeders’ Cup Turf, winning in 1997. Sequence is the fourth dam of both 1998 Distaff winner Escena and 1999 Juvenile Fillies winner Cash Run.

Soaring Soaring, a Swaps mare bred by John Galbreath, launched a prominent female turf family for Galbreath’s Darby Dan operation. Her daughter Far Beyond produced graded stakes winner Wings of Grace, dam of inaugural Filly and Mare Turf winner Soaring Softly. Another of Soaring’s daughters, Pi Phi Gal, is the third dam of multiple Grade 1 winner Wonder Again, third in the 2004 Filly and Mare Turf. Through Far Beyond, Soaring is the fourth dam of Grade 1 winner Noble’s Promise, third in the 2009 Juvenile. Soaring’s granddaughter Ballade made a significant impact by producing sires Saint Ballado and Devil’s Bag, as well as Canadian Horse of the Year Glorious Song, dam of Singspiel, runner-up in the 1996 Turf, and prominent sire Rahy. Saint Ballado sired two Breeders’ Cup winners, while Singspiel sired one. Rahy sired three Breeders’ Cup race winners, and is best known as a prolific broodmare sire. Among the notable Breeders’ Cup participants who are out of Rahy’s daughters include 2000 classic runner-up Giant’s Causeway, sire of the aforementioned Man of Iron.

Missy Baba and Weekend Surprise Missy Baba was responsible for launching a wildly productive female family that has also produced several prominent sires. The winning My Babu mare, bred by Michael Phipps, counted stakes winners Raja Baba and Gay Missile among her offspring. Raja Baba went on to a solid stud career, siring two Breeders’ Cup winners. Gay Missile, meanwhile, produced the prominent broodmare Lassie Dear, who, in turn, produced 1992 Broodmare of the Year Weekend Surprise. Weekend Surprise is the dam of 1992 Classic winner A.P. Indy and multiple Grade 1 winner Summer Squall, both sires of Breeders’ Cup winners. The breed-shaping A.P. Indy is further represented by sons and grandsons including Mineshaft, Pulpit, Tapit, and Stephen Got Even, all sires of Breeders’ Cup winners.

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Weekend Storm, an unraced daughter of Weekend Surprise by Storm Bird, is the dam of 2011 Mile winner Court Vision. Another of her sons, Kipling, sired 2007 Mile winner Kip Deville. Lassie Dear also produced Deerhound, sire of 1997 Juvenile Fillies winner Countess Diana. Missy Baba’s granddaughter Toll Fee – out of 1991 Broodmare of the Year Toll Booth – is the second dam of Grade 1 winners 2011 Horse of the Year Havre de Grace and multiple Grade 1 winner Riskaverse. Havre de Grace finished third in the 2010 Distaff and fourth against males in the Classic the following year during her Horse of the Year campaign. Riskaverse competed in four consecutive editions of the Filly and Mare Turf.

Numbered Account and Personal Ensign A Buckpasser mare who traces in direct female lineage to the influential La Troienne, Ogden Phipps’s Numbered Account, the champion juvenile filly of 1971, was responsible for launching her own branch of influence. Her daughter Dance Number produced 1989 Juvenile winner and champion Rhythm. Another of her offspring, Private Account, sired two Distaff winners for the Phipps family – Personal Ensign (1988) and Inside Information (1995). Undefeated Personal Ensign went on to a storied broodmare career, producing four Grade 1 winners, including 1995 Juvenile Fillies winner My Flag. The latter, in turn, produced 2002 Juvenile Fillies winner Storm Flag Flying, a peerless streak of three generations of Breeders’ Cup winners. Personal Ensign was honored as Broodmare of the Year in 1996.

Kitten’s First Although the line launched by Kitten’s First is still relatively new in influence, its stock could rise dramatically following this Breeders’ Cup. The winning Lear Fan mare, the foundation of Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s breeding operation, is best known as the dam of champion Kitten’s Joy, a troubled second in the 2004 Turf. Now standing at Ramsey Farm, he is already the sire of 2011 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf winner Stephanie’s Kitten, and will be represented on this year’s championship weekend by a group including Grade 1 winners Big Blue Kitten, Real Solution, and Kitten’s Dumplings. Kitten’s First is also the dam of multiple Grade 1 winner Precious Kitten, who

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MARES TO PRODUCE MULTIPLE INDIVIDUAL BREEDERS’ CUP WINNERS PRIMAL FORCE: Awesome Again (1998

Classic), Macho Uno (2000 Juvenile) HASILI: Banks Hill (2001 Filly and Mare Turf),

Intercontinental (2005 Filly and Mare Turf) SWEET LIFE: Sweet Catomine (2004 Juvenile Fillies), Life Is Sweet (2009 Ladies’ Classic)

BREEDERS’ CUP-WINNING MARES TO PRODUCE BREEDERS’ CUP WINNERS PERSONAL ENSIGN (1988 Distaff) –

My Flag (1995 Juvenile Fillies) HOLLYWOOD WILDCAT (1993 Distaff) –

War Chant (2000 Mile) MY FLAG (1995 Juvenile Fillies) –

Storm Flag Flying (2002 Juvenile Fillies)

FORT LARNED LOOKS TO EMULATE GRANDAM Defending Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Fort Larned, a homebred for Janis Whitham, is out of a daughter of Bayakoa, winner of back-toback editions of the Distaff in 1989 and 1990 for Whitham and her late husband, Frank. “It would be pretty special,” Whitham said of the prospect of winning two Classics with Fort Larned. “It would be just unbelievable.” The Whithams privately purchased Bayakoa out of South America during her racing career and bred and raced her Broad Brush filly Arlucea, dam of Fort Larned. “We just decided we needed to breed her to a Mr. Prospector-line stallion,” Whitham said of selecting E Dubai as the sire of Fort Larned.

finished a close fourth against a strong field in the 2008 Mile. Justenuffheart, a daughter of Kitten’s First, produced 2006 Juvenile Fillies winner and champion Dreaming of Anna. She also produced 2009 Mile thirdplace finisher Justenuffhumor.


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FOR ALL RECENT GRADED STAKES IN NORTH AMERICA

MADAME CACTUS RAVEN RUN S. [G2], KEENELAND, OCT. 19 Keeneland/Coady Photography

RAVEN RUN S. [G2]

MADAME CACTUS, ch. f. 2010

Keeneland, Oct. 19, $250,000 guaranteed, 3-year-olds, fillies, 7 furlongs, 1:21.71, fast. (Track record: 1:20.86.) MADAME CACTUS, 118, ch. f. 3, Cactus Ridge—An Annika Moment, by Mecke. Owner, Mr. and Mrs. Marc C. Ferrell; breeder, La Ciega (Ky.); trainer, Peter Eurton; jockey, Joseph Rocco Jr..... ................................................................................. $150,000 Eden Prairie, 118, dk. b. or br. f. 3, Mizzen Mast—Clerico, by Elusive Quality. Owner, Lothenbach Stables.............. $50,000 My Option, 118, gr. or ro. f. 3, Belong to Me—Out of Options, by Cohiba. Owner, Timothy J. Keeley............................ $25,000 Winning Beyer: 87 Margins: nk, nk, 2 1/2. Odds of winner: 12-1. Favorite: Silsita, 3-1. Also ran: Ciao Bella Luna 120 ($12,500), Irish Lute 118 ($7,500), Fully Living 118 ($556), Primed for Passion 118 ($556), Elusive Fate 118 ($556), Silsita 118 ($556), Sittin At the Bar 120 ($556), Jewel of a Cat 118 ($555), Turn by Turn 118 ($555), Finding More 118 ($555), Thetaloveandmine 118 ($555). RACING RECORD AGE

2 3

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STS

4 2 ___ 6

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2ND (SP)

3RD (SP)

EARNINGS

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1 1(1) ___

0 0 ___

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2(1)

0

$325,800

At 2: 1st My Trusty Cat S. [L]. At 3: 1st Raven Run S. [G2]; 2nd C.E.R.F. S.

$157,200

Hennessy 93 CACTUS RIDGE 01 Double Park (Fr) 94

Storm Cat 83

Mecke 92 AN ANNIKA MOMENT 01 Maybe in May 94

Maudlin 78

Island Kitty 76 Lycius 88 Just Pretty 90

4 years, 28 starts, 1 win. Earned $109,800. Best Beyer: 84. 08—Mumtaz, m., by Lion Heart. Raced 3 years, 32 starts, 6 wins. Earned $16,196. $8,000 yearling 2009 KEE-SEP. 09—Bandini’s Rogue, g., by Bandini. Raced 2 years, 6 starts, no wins. Earned $4,481. Best Beyer: 54. $4,500 yearling 2010 BAR-JAN. 10—MADAME CACTUS (See above). Best Beyer: 87. 11—Ready Mecke, c., by Ready’s Image. Raced 1 year, 2 starts, no wins. Earned $579. Best Beyer: 42. $80,000 yearling 2012 KEE-SEP. 12—No report. 13—No report.

Beautiful Bid 84 Miswaki 78 Sunrise Symphony 90

When Cactus Ridge has crossed with Mecke mares, it has produced 2 foals of racing age, 1 winner (50%), 1 SW (50%), 1 graded SW (50%), $162,935 average earnings per runner. Sire: CACTUS RIDGE. Raced 1 year, 4 starts, 4 wins. Earned $187,850. Best Beyer: 101. Stands at Three Chimneys in Ky. Sire of 7 crops, 403 foals, 318 runners (79%), 247 winners (61%), 19 SWs (5%), including Cactus Amour, Hollywood Hit, Hot Cha Cha, Peyote Patty, Sharp Secretary. Total progeny earnings $17,269,067, $54,305 average per starter. Auction record, 1980 to present—90 yearlings sold, $24,118 average. 1st dam: AN ANNIKA MOMENT. Bred by Colts Ltd. (Ky.). Raced

BC PREMIER’S H. [CAN-G3]

Hastings Racecourse, Oct. 14, $96,600 guaranteed, 3-year-olds and up, 1 3/8 miles, 2:16.15, fast. (Track record: 2:14.40.) COMMANDER, 122, b. g. 5, Broken Vow—Pout, by Deputy Minister. Owner, North American Thoroughbred Horse Co.; breeder, Paragon Farms (Ky.); trainer, Troy Taylor; jockey, Aaron Gryder.. ................................................................................. $57,960 Title Contender, 116, dk. b. or br. g. 3, Pulpit—Winter Garden, by Roy. Owner, Peter Redekop B. C. Ltd.................... $19,320 Wilo Kat, 117, ch. g. 4, Katahaula County—Regal Red, by On Target. Owner, Wayne Oliver, Rob Fiorvento, Cowboys n Indians Stables, and Bill Randall........................................... $10,626 Winning Beyer: 86 Margins: 1 1/4, 2 1/2, 1. Odds of winner: 2-1. Favorite: Title Contender, 2-1. Also ran: Brass and Gold 115 ($5,796), Iscar 112 ($2,898), Toccetive 118, Shooting Jacket 113, Jebrica 117, Senor Rojo 119.


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COMMANDER BC PREMIER’S H. [CAN-G3], HASTINGS, OCT. 14 Four-Footed Fotos

RACING RECORD AGE

2 3 4 5

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0 2 0 2(2) ___

$29,600 74,287 224,510 167,215 _________

12(10)

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4(2)

$495,612

At 3: 2nd Richmond Derby Trial H. At 4: 1st BC Premier’s H. [Can-G3], Journal H., Westerner H., Don Fleming H., Spangled Jimmy H., S. W. Randall Plate H. At 5: 1st BC Premier’s H. [Can-G3], Westerner H., Fred Jones H., Spangled Jimmy H.; 2nd S. W. Randall Plate H.; 3rd Journal H., George Royal S. COMMANDER, b. g. 2008 Unbridled 87 BROKEN VOW 97 Wedding Vow 88

Fappiano 77

Deputy Minister 79 POUT 01 Bedroom Blues 91

Vice Regent 67

Gana Facil 81 Nijinsky II 67 Wedding Picture 81

Mint Copy 70 Cure the Blues 78 Bedroom Window 85

When Broken Vow has crossed with Deputy Minister mares, it has produced 30 foals of racing age, 12 winners (40%), 2 SWs (7%), 2 graded SWs (7%), $67,112 average earnings per runner. Sire: BROKEN VOW. Raced 2 years, 14 starts, 9 wins. Earned $725,296. Best Beyer: 116. Stands at Pin Oak Stud in Ky. for $25,000. Sire of 9 crops, 881 foals, 673 runners (76%), 514 winners (58%), 57 SWs (6%), including Broken Wedding, Elizee (Mex), Dongbanui Gangja, Unbridled Belle, Sassy Image, Cotton Blossom. Total progeny earnings $41,939,765, $62,318 average per starter. Auction record, 1980 to present—472 yearlings sold, $55,344 average. In 2012, 30 yearlings sold, $79,156 average. 1st dam: Pout. Bred by Lazy E Ranch (Ky.). Raced 2 years, 6 starts, no wins. Earned $1,401. Best Beyer: 51. 06—Sophonibe, m., by Mr. Greeley. Raced 3 years, 11 starts, no wins. Earned $8,189. $95,000 yearling 2007 KEE-SEP. 07—Victoria Lynn, m., by Grand Slam. Raced 4 years, 34 starts, 3 wins. Earned $197,398. Best Beyer: 84. $115,000 yearling 2008 FTK-OCT, $80,000 2yo 2009 FTI-MAY. 08—COMMANDER (See above). Best Beyer: 100. $105,000 yearling 2009 KEE-SEP. 09—Saturday’s Charm, c., by Any Given Saturday. Raced 3 years, 14 starts, 3 wins. Earned $277,850. Best Beyer: 97. At 3, 2nd Raymond Earl S. [L]. At 4, 2nd Tom Fool H. [G3], Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash S. [L]; 3rd True and Blue S. $150,000 yearling 2010 KEE-JAN, $240,000 2yo 2011 KEE-APR. 10—Der Boss, g., by Street Boss. Raced 1 year, 3 starts, no wins. Earned $18,800. Best Beyer: 64. $80,000 2yo 2012 OBS-MAR. 11—Poutycat, f., by Bluegrass Cat.

BALLERINA S. [CAN-G3]

Hastings Racecourse, Oct. 14, $96,600 guaranteed, 3-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, 1 1/8 miles, 1:50.26, fast. (Track record: 1:46.80.) MADEIRA PARK, 123, b. f. 4, Langfuhr—Capilano, by Demons Begone. Owner-breeder, Exclusive Stable and Raymond Hanson (Ky.); trainer, David Forster; jockey, Rico Walcott...... $57,960 Wando Woman, 123, dk. b. or br. m. 6, Wando—Navajo Rain, by Marshua’s Dancer. Owner, J. Dennis Spence............ $19,320 Touching Promise, 120, ch. f. 3, Touch Gold—Promise One, by Old Trieste. Owner, Russell J. and Lois Bennett........ $10,626 Winning Beyer: 72 Margins: 3/4, nk, 3/4. Odds of winner (favorite): 5-2. Also ran: Locket 120 ($5,796), Terlani 123 ($2,898), Castinette Dancer 123, Dashing Daisy 123, Saturday Nite Ride 123, Miss Derek 120, Cry Cry Cry 123, Rainbowsinthewood 123, Lady Henrietta 120. RACING RECORD AGE

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STS

1ST (SW)

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1 2(2) 1(1) ___

0 2(1) 2(2) ___

$5,457 103,288 122,729 _________

22

6(4)

4(3)

4(3)

$231,474

3 9 10 ___

2ND (SP)

3RD (SP)

EARNINGS

At 3: 1st Sonoma H., Duchess of York H.; 2nd Northlands Oaks, Emerald Downs S.; 3rd Supernaturel H. At 4: 1st Ballerina S. [Can-G3], Delta Colleen H.; 2nd Madamoiselle H.; 3rd City of Edmonton Distaff H. [Can-L], John Patrick H.


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MADEIRA PARK, b. f. 2009 Danzig 77 LANGFUHR 92 Sweet Briar Too 86

Northern Dancer 61

Demons Begone 84 CAPILANO 94 Bella Isabella 88

Elocutionist 73

Pas de Nom 68 Briartic 68 Prima Babu Gum 80

Rowdy Angel 79 Conquistador Cielo 79 Isabella d’Este 80

When Langfuhr has crossed with Demons Begone mares, it has produced 2 foals of racing age, 2 winners (100%), 2 SWs (100%), 1 graded SW (50%), $210,946 average earnings per runner. Sire: LANGFUHR. Raced 3 years, 23 starts, 9 wins. Earned $698,574. Best Beyer: 113. Stands at Lane’s End in Ky. for $10,000. Sire of 13 crops, 1,578 foals, 1,290 runners (82%), 948 winners (60%), 76 SWs (5%), including Mobil, Wando, Cochis, Jambalaya, Imperial Gesture, Interpatation. Total progeny earnings $90,646,226, $70,268 average per starter. Auction record, 1980 to present—497 yearlings sold, $38,542 average. In 2012, 26 yearlings sold, $32,095 average. 1st dam: CAPILANO. Bred by Kirkham-Ewing Partnership & Claiborne Farm (Ky.). Raced 2 years, 15 starts, 5 wins. Earned $113,875. Best Beyer: 92. At 2, 1st Fantasy S., Surrey S. At 3, 1st Washington Oaks; 2nd Emerald H. 99—Gabriola, m., by Sultry Song. Raced 3 years, 24 starts, 3 wins. Earned $39,282. Best Beyer: 66. At 2, 3rd Timber Music S., Lassie S. 00—h., by Cherokee Run. Unraced. 01—OVERACT, m., by Sir Cat. Raced 3 years, 15 starts, 3 wins. Earned $148,464. Best Beyer: 82. At 2, 1st Lassie H.; 2nd Fantasy S. At 3, 1st Sonoma H. [Can-L]; 3rd Kent H., Federal Way H. At 4, 2nd Strawberry Morn S.; 3rd Sun H., John Patrick H. 02—Broodmare aborted 03—LANGARA LASS, m., by Langfuhr. Raced 3 years, 17 starts,

4 wins. Earned $190,418. Best Beyer: 78. At 2, 1st Timber Music S., Lassie H., Fantasy S. [Can-L]. At 3, 1st Sonoma H. [Can-L]; 3rd British Columbia Breeders’ Cup Oaks [Can-G3], Supernaturel S., Irish Day H. 04—Profile, m., by Cherokee Run. Raced 1 year, 2 starts, no wins. Earned $3,600. Best Beyer: 57. $30,000 yearling 2005 KEE-SEP. 05—No report. 06—Linovision, m., by Vision and Verse. Raced 6 years, 41 starts, 13 wins. Earned $82,485. Best Beyer: 78. 07—Broodmare aborted twins 08—Broodmare aborted 09—MADEIRA PARK (See above). Best Beyer: 82. 10—Sitka Song, f., by War Chant. Raced 2 years, 10 starts, 1 win. Earned $15,749. Best Beyer: 58. 11—Broodmare aborted 12—f., by Fusaichi Pegasus. 13—No report.

VALLEY VIEW S. [G3]

Keeneland, Oct. 18, $150,000 added, 3-year-olds, fillies, 1 1/16 miles turf, 1:43.35, firm. (Course record: 1:40.30.) OVERHEARD, 118, b. f. 3, Macho Uno—Whisper to Me, by Thunder Gulch. Owner-breeder, Pin Oak Stud (Ky.); trainer, Malcolm Pierce; jockey, Eurico Da Silva................................. $90,000 Nellie Cashman, 122, dk. b. or br. f. 3, Mineshaft—Alison’s Winner, by Pine Bluff. Owner, Sycamore Racing............. $30,000 Summer of Fun, 118, dk. b. or br. f. 3, Include—Royal Innocence, by Royal Anthem. Owner, Bona Venture Stables.............. ................................................................................. $15,000 Winning Beyer: 91 Margins: 1, 1 3/4, 1. Odds of winner: 5-1. Favorite: Summer of Fun, 9-5. Also ran: Frivolous 118 ($7,500), Unbelievable Dream 122 ($4,500), Sustained 118 ($429), Stormin Elle 118 ($429), Yuzuru 118 ($429), Miss Lamour 118 ($429), Every Way 118 ($428), I O Ireland 118 ($428), Hedonemewrongsong 118 ($428). RACING RECORD AGE

2 3

Totals

STS

3 7 ___ 10

1ST (SW)

2ND (SP)

3RD (SP)

EARNINGS

2 2(2) ___

0 3(3) ___

1 2(2) ___

260,387 _________

4(2)

3(3)

3(2)

$323,696

OVERHEARD, b. f. 2010 Holy Bull 91 MACHO UNO 98 Primal Force 87

Great Above 72

Thunder Gulch 92 WHISPER TO ME 04 Word to the Wise 94

Gulch 84

Sharon Brown 80 Blushing Groom (Fr) 74 Prime Prospect 78

Line of Thunder 87 Diesis (GB) 80 Whisper Who Dares 86

When Macho Uno has crossed with Thunder Gulch mares, it has produced 3 foals of racing age, 3 winners (100%), 1 SW (33%), 1 graded SW (33%), $120,942 average earnings per runner. Sire: MACHO UNO. Raced 3 years, 14 starts, 6 wins. Earned $1,851,803. Best Beyer: 116. Stands at Adena Springs in Ky. for $20,000. Sire of 7 crops, 531 foals, 394 runners (74%), 295 winners (56%), 24 SWs (5%), including Dangerous Dancer, Private Zone, Mucho Macho Man, Macho Again, Macho Macho. Total progeny earnings $26,919,254, $68,323 average per starter. Auction record, 1980 to present—255 yearlings sold, $44,519 average. In 2012, 19 yearlings sold, $43,421 average. 1st dam: WHISPER TO ME. Bred by Pin Oak Stud (Ky.). Raced 4 years, 18 starts, 4 wins. Earned $221,426. Best Beyer: 89. At 3, 1st Lyrique S. [L]; 3rd Alywow S. [Can-L]. 10—OVERHEARD (See above). Best Beyer: 91. 11—Air Swag, c., by Dixie Union. Raced 1 year, 1 start, no wins. $150,000 yearling 2012 KEE-SEP. 12—Tell All, f., by Broken Vow. 13—f., by Arch.

$63,309

At 3: 1st Valley View S. [G3], Alywow S.; 2nd Appalachian S. [G3], Ontario Colleen S. [Can-G3], La Lorgnette S. [Can-L]; 3rd Selene S. [Can-G3], Allen LaCombe Memorial S.

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LEADING TURF SIRES YEAR TO DATE THROUGH 10/20 RANK NAME (BORN, SIRE, 2013 FARM)

2013 STUD FEE RNRS WNRS SW SWINS CHIEF EARNER, EARNINGS

2013 EARNINGS

TOP RUNNER-BEYER

Kitten’s Joy (2001, El Prado) Ramsey Farm...................................................................$50,000 .......158....... 57.......18.......24......Big Blue Kitten-$902,800...............$7,365,876 ...... Big Blue Kitten-104 2 Stormy Atlantic (1994, Storm Cat) Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms.........................................$30,000 .......128....... 44........8........10......Up With the Birds-$655,190.......... $3,269,503 ...... Free World-95 3 Giant’s Causeway (1997, Storm Cat) Ashford Stud..............................................$85,000 .......145....... 45........8.........9.......Caroline Thomas-$191,834............ $3,113,607 ...... Imagining-97 4 Unusual Heat (1990, Nureyev) Harris Farms........................................................$20,000 ........81........ 33........5.........6.......He Be Fire N Ice-$276,880.............$2,742,955 ...... He Be Fire N Ice-104 5 War Front (2002, Danzig) Claiborne Farm............................................................$80,000 ........72........ 27........9........10......War Dancer-$417,898.....................$2,721,078 ...... Data Link-100 Warbird-100 6 English Channel (2002, Smart Strike) Lane’s End................................................$25,000 ........81........ 30........5.........8.......Optimizer-$429,805....................... $2,669,463 ...... Optimizer-102 7 Harlan’s Holiday (1999, Harlan) WinStar Farm.....................................................$35,000 .......119....... 35........4.........6.......Notacatbutallama-$235,000..........$2,576,785 ...... Willcox Inn-99 8 Lemon Drop Kid (1996, Kingmambo) Lane’s End................................................$35,000 .......125....... 40........7.........7.......Kid Dreams-$210,803.....................$2,452,756 ...... Kid Dreams-103 9 Medaglia d’Oro (1999, El Prado) Darley..............................................................$100,000 .......105....... 21........6........10......Rydilluc-$402,100...........................$2,414,629 ...... Marketing Mix-99 10 Freud (1998, Storm Cat) Sequel Stallions New York........................................... $10,000 ........83........ 25........4.........7.......Effie Trinket-$325,400.....................$2,342,516 ...... Lubash-97 11 Smart Strike (1992, Mr. Prospector) Lane’s End..................................................$85,000 ........97........ 32........4.........5.......Centre Court-$313,833................... $2,327,166 ...... Centre Court-99 12 More Than Ready (1997, Southern Halo) WinStar Farm......................................$60,000 .......116....... 36........3.........4.......Pianist-$321,100..............................$2,198,934 ...... Hungry Island-101 13 Wiseman’s Ferry (1999, Hennessy) Dana Point Farm...........................................$5,000 ........19......... 6.........2.........6.......Wise Dan-$1,501,972.....................$1,844,687 ...... Wise Dan-109 14 City Zip (1998, Carson City) Lane’s End...............................................................$25,000 .......103....... 29........1.........2.......Dayatthespa-$244,000...................$1,838,904 ...... Ancil-102 15 Tapit (2001, Pulpit) Gainesway.............................................................................$125,000 .......122....... 29........1.........1.......Tapicat-$152,100.............................$1,823,531 ...... Dreamcatcher-93 16 Ghostzapper (2000, Awesome Again) Adena Springs Kentucky........................$40,000 ........59........ 10........4.........7.......Za Approval-$529,780....................$1,800,919 ...... Better Lucky-101 Za Approval-101 17 Langfuhr (1992, Danzig) Lane’s End..................................................................... $10,000 .......132....... 42........1.........1.......London Lane-$189,915...................$1,770,644 ...... London Lane-96 18 Arch (1995, Kris S.) Claiborne Farm......................................................................$40,000 ........66........ 24........3.........4.......Temeraine-$344,038.......................$1,753,010 ...... So Long George-96 19 Dynaformer (1985, Roberto)................................................................................Died 2012..........62........ 17.........2.........4.......Point of Entry-$480,000.................$1,723,936 ...... Point of Entry-109 20 Scat Daddy (2004, Johannesburg) Ashford Stud.................................................$30,000 ........70........ 23........3.........4.......Lady of Shamrock-$245,000..........$1,699,703 ...... Daddy Nose Best-94 21 Bernstein (1997, Storm Cat)................................................................................Died 2011.........104....... 37........1.........1.......Major Marvel-$195,800..................$1,536,957 ...... Soft Whisper-96 22 Unbridled’s Song (1993, Unbridled)...................................................................Died 2013..........79........ 27........4.........4.......Noble Tune-$171,222.......................$1,507,107 ...... Unbridled’s Note-105 23 Distorted Humor (1993, Forty Niner) WinStar Farm..........................................$100,000 ........75........ 19........2.........3.......Boisterous-$508,049......................$1,489,434 ...... Endorsement-100 24 Exchange Rate (1997, Danzig) Three Chimneys Farm.........................................$30,000 ........96........ 35........1.........1.......Slew’s Exchange-$110,470..............$1,487,919 ...... Excaper-97 25 Artie Schiller (2001, El Prado) WinStar Farm....................................................... $10,000 ........93........ 28........3.........3.......Dorsett-$191,120.............................$1,480,205 ...... Irish Art-96 26 Hard Spun (2004, Danzig) Darley..........................................................................$60,000 ........68........ 18........2.........3.......Hardest Core-$189,360..................$1,433,686 ...... Hard Not to Like-96 27 Discreet Cat (2003, Forestry) Darley..................................................................... $12,500 ........46........ 14........3.........6.......Discreet Marq-$607,500..................$1,277,193 ...... Topic-92 28 Mizzen Mast (1998, Cozzene) Juddmonte Farms................................................ $15,000 ........81........ 23........1.........3.......Mizdirection-$255,000...................$1,272,837 ...... Mizdirection-99 29 Broken Vow (1997, Unbridled) Pin Oak Stud........................................................$25,000 ........96........ 29........2.........2.......Ivanho-$146,330.............................$1,264,628 ...... Good Deed-110 30 First Samurai (2003, Giant’s Causeway) Claiborne Farm................................... $10,000 ........58........ 19........3.........5.......Swift Warrior-$396,010..................$1,256,879 ...... Lea-99 Swift Warrior-99 31 Street Cry (1998, Machiavellian) Darley..............................................................$100,000 ........66........ 22........1.........1.......Plainview-$190,534........................$1,243,848 ...... Plainview-99 32 Purim (2002, Dynaformer)..................................................................................Died 2012..........54........ 21........2.........2.......Twilight Eclipse-$370,500..............$1,230,863 ...... Twilight Eclipse-101 33 Macho Uno (1998, Holy Bull) Adena Springs.......................................................$20,000 ........73........ 15........3.........4.......Overheard-$220,079....................... $1,223,120 ...... Mucho Mas Macho-95 34 Tribal Rule (1996, Storm Cat) Ballena Vista Farm..................................................$6,500 ........67........ 12........2.........2.......Ethnic Dance-$237,800...................$1,209,962 ...... A Toast to You-96 35 Speightstown (1998, Gone West) WinStar Farm..................................................$60,000 .......103....... 22........4.........4.......Dancing to Town-$110,248.............. $1,177,154 ...... Big Screen-98 36 Tale of the Cat (1994, Storm Cat) Ashford Stud....................................................$25,000 .......104....... 21........3.........4.......Tale of a Champion-$165,218.........$1,174,406 ...... Tale of a Champion-96 37 Silent Name (2002, Sunday Silence) Adena Springs Canada...............................$4,965 ........44........ 15........3.........3.......Mr. Online-$156,770....................... $1,172,973 ...... Mr. Online-97 Silentio-97 38 Sky Mesa (2000, Pulpit) Three Chimneys Farm...................................................$25,000 ........65........ 18........3.........3.......Llanarmon-$146,108.......................$1,065,861 ...... Sky Blazer-96 39 War Chant (1997, Danzig) Three Chimneys Farm................................................. $10,000 ........53........ 20........1.........1.......Miceli-$116,052...............................$1,054,783 ...... Chamberlain Bridge-94 40 Put It Back (1998, Honour and Glory) Bridlewood Farm........................................ $6,000 ........74........ 19........2.........2.......Back Away-$164,872.......................$1,050,790 ...... Brave Dave-96 41 Pulpit (1994, A.P. Indy)........................................................................................Died 2012..........68........ 20........2.........2.......Unitarian-$93,480........................... $1,001,743 ...... Global Power-90 Ruthenia-90 42 Badge of Silver (2000, Silver Deputy) Airdrie Stud.................................................$7,500 ........45........ 18........1.........2.......Silver Max-$269,773..........................$998,775 ...... Silver Max-103 43 Elusive Quality (1993, Gone West) Darley.............................................................$50,000 ........74........ 16........1.........1.......Reflecting-$130,000...........................$994,335 ...... Beau Choix-97 44 Malibu Moon (1997, A.P. Indy) Spendthrift Farm.................................................$70,000 .......108....... 23........1.........1.......Matador-$168,997..............................$984,701 ...... Magical Moon-92 45 Street Boss (2004, Street Cry) Darley................................................................... $10,000 ........36........ 18........2.........3.......Street Gem-$113,270.........................$983,584 ...... Foxy Boss-87 46 Mr. Greeley (1992, Gone West)...........................................................................Died 2010..........74........ 22........2.........2.......Heiko-$114,980.................................. $975,011 ...... Heiko-96 47 Corinthian (2003, Pulpit) Gainesway..................................................................... $10,000 ........76........ 22........0.........0.......Justoneatheguys-$119,049...............$939,600 ...... Knock Rock-88 48 Shakespeare (2001, Theatrical) Lane’s End............................................................$5,000 ........33........ 16........0.........0.......Et Tu Walker-$135,250.......................$902,208 ...... Et Tu Walker-96 49 Indian Charlie (1995, In Excess).........................................................................Died 2011..........53........ 12........3.........3.......Wishing Gate-$181,344.....................$898,454 ...... Varsity-107 50 Pure Prize (1998, Storm Cat) WinStar Farm............................................................$7,500 ........72........ 18........3.........3.......Ultimo Trago-$82,160........................$896,210 ...... Winning Prize (ARG)-101


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