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Archive for June, 2006

30 Jun 2006

Another Chesapeake Farm sales graduate wins impressively!

Red Matador, a three-year-old colt who was sold as a yearling by the Chesapeake Farm sales agency, ran five rivals off their feet to win a maiden allowance race at Philadelphia Park on June 27.
Ridden by meet leading rider Frankie Pennington, Red Matador went right to the front in the one mile and 70-yard […]

23 Jun 2006

Mister Cugat breaks maiden at River Downs to keep Chesapeake on a roll

Mister Cugat, sold as a yearling last year by Chesapeake Farm, drew off impressively down the stretch to break his maiden in a special weight race at River Downs on June 20.
Out of the Spinning World mare Spun Crystal, Mister Cugat was prepped at Chesapeake and consigned by the farm's sales agency into the […]

20 Jun 2006

Chesapeake Farm sales graduate posts handy victory in Monmouth allowance

Meadow Blue, a three-year-old colt who was sold at auction by Chesapeake Farm, rallied from off the pace to win an entry allowance race at Monmouth Park on June 16.
By Meadow Monster out of the Cure the Blues mare Arboresque, Meadow Blue was consigned by Chesapeake into the 2004 Fasig-Tipton Timonium yearling sale. There […]

17 Jun 2006

'Next Lindsay Jean' wins maiden race by six at Bay Meadows

Good Time'n Dixie, who was foaled and raised at Chesapeake Farm near Lexington, dominated 10 foes to win her racing debut by six lengths at Bay Meadows on June 10.
A three-year-old daughter of Yankee Victor out of the Dixieland Band mare Dixie Bay (pictured), Good Time'n Dixie broke well in the six-furlong maiden sprint […]

15 Jun 2006

Filly raised and sold by Chesapeake wins racing debut at Arlington Park

Vacare, a three-year-old daughter of Lear Fan raised and sold by Chesapeake Farm, rallied from last in a field of 12 to win a maiden allowance race at Arlington Park on June 9.
Bred in Kentucky by Lothenbach Stables, Vacare (pictured as a yearling) is out of the Valid Appeal mare Appealing Storm. The filly […]

14 Jun 2006

Chesapeake Farm sales graduate places in stakes at Louisiana Downs

Future Vision, a three-year-old gelding who was sold as a yearling by Chesapeake Farm, ran well but fell just short and finished second in the $50,550 Airline Stakes at Louisiana Downs on June 10.
A dark bay or brown son of Pioneering, Future Vision is out of the Mane Minister mare Darmane. The colt was […]

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