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Archive for May, 2004

16 May 2004

Chesapeake Farm graduate wins again at Woodbine

O Zone Layer, a three-year-old colt foaled and raised at Chesapeake Farm, continued his winning ways when he captured an entry allowance race at Woodbine Park on Saturday, May 16.
Trained by Michael Mareina for the Kuehne Racing Stable, O Zone Layer was last of six early in the five-furlong dirt sprint. Jockey Emile Ramsammy […]

10 May 2004

Romolo's Fritzi wins again

Romolo's Fritzi, who was raised on Chesapeake Farm, continued his winning ways when he captured an allowance optional claiming race at Calder Race Course on May 9.
A Cryptoclearance gelding bred by Tony Evangelista, Romolo's Fritzi was always forwardly placed in the 1 1/16 mile dirt contest. The six-year-old horse was third after a half-mile […]

10 May 2004

Chesapeake graduate places in German 1000 Guineas

Coqueteria, a daughter of Cozzene born and raised at Chesapeake Farm near Lexington, ran gamely but fell 2 1/2 lengths short of the winner when third in the 84th Henkel-Rennen (German 1000 Guineas) on May 9.
Owned by Miss Kirsten Rausing, Coqueteria entered the 1000 Guineas off a runner-up finish in the Turftours.com Masaka Stakes […]

02 May 2004

Mayo On the Side beats Azeri to become newest graded stakes winner for Chesapeake

Robert Lothenbach's Mayo On the Side, a five-year-old mare born and raised at Chesapeake Farm, wore down reigning Horse of the Year Azeri to win the $280,250 Humana Distaff Handicap (G1) at Churchill Downs on May 1.
Competing on the Kentucky Derby undercard, Mayo On the Side entered the seven-furlong sprint following a decisive victory […]

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