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Archive for January, 2005

17 Jan 2005

Chesapeake Farm homebred wins allowance at Pimlico

He's Lookin Good, a three-year-old gelding bred in part by Chesapeake Farm, earned a place in stakes company with a convincing win in an entry allowance race at Pimlico on January 13.
Trained by Dove Houghton for owner Glen Gaddy, He's Lookin Good entered the 1 1/16 allowance tilt off two successive victories. He was […]

09 Jan 2005

Chesapeake Farm represented by first stakes winner of new year

Rush to Glory, a three-year-old filly foaled and raised at Chesapeake Farm near Lexington, became the farm's first stakes winner in 2005 when she was put up via disqualification to win the $50,000 Marshua Stakes at Pimlico on January 8.
Owned by Donald Mensh, Rush to Glory entered her second start in stakes company off […]

01 Jan 2005

Chesapeake Farm prepared for landmark Keeneland November sale

Chesapeake Farm, perenially among the leading consignors at Keeneland by stakes winners and average earnings per starter, is proud to present its consignment for the 2005 Keeneland November breeding stock sale.
Chesapeake has cataloged 31 weanlings and mares during the 12-day auction. According to farm president Drew Nardiello, the consignment is one of Chesapeake's strongest […]

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