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Archive for August, 2007

30 Aug 2007

Chesapeake homebred pointed for Peruvian classic after dominating allowance victory

Tomcito, a two-year-old colt bred, raised and sold by Chesapeake Farm, will run next in the Peruvian Two Thousand Guineas after he won an allowance race by 13 1/4 lengths on August 26.
By Street Cry out of Inside or Outside (Eastern Echo), Tomcito was bred by Chesapeake in partnership with Darley Stud. The colt […]

27 Aug 2007

Street Sense takes Travers Stakes (G1) to top big weekend for Chesapeake runners

Street Sense outdueled Grasshopper down the stretch to win the $1 million Travers Stakes (G1) at Saratoga and cap a big weekend for runners foaled and raised at Chesapeake Farm.
Street Sense became the first colt since Thunder Gulch in 1995 to win both the Kentucky Derby (G1) and Travers with a rousing victory in […]

24 Aug 2007

Homegrown colt Street Sense shoots for turf history in Travers Stakes (G1)

Chesapeake Farm graduate Street Sense will try and become the first colt since Thunder Gulch to sweep the Kentucky Derby (G1) and Travers Stakes (G1) when he runs in the 138th renewal of the

21 Aug 2007

Grade 1 winner Vacare to contest $200,000 Ballston Spa Handicap (G2) at Saratoga on August 23

Vacare, the Grade 1 stakes-winning filly foaled and raised at Chesapeake Farm, will look to return to her winning ways when she runs next in the $200,000 Ballston Spa Handicap (G2) at Saratoga on Thursday, August 23.
Bred and originally campaigned by longtime client Robert Lothenbach, Vacare was undefeated in four starts at three, capped […]

15 Aug 2007

Chesapeake product City Attraction wins allowance race at Saratoga

Chesapeake Farm graduate City Attraction closed strongly to win the third race at Saratoga on August 13.
By Vicar out of the Quiet American mare American Slew, City Attraction was bred by longtime farm client Lothenbach Stables. The colt was raised at Chesapeake before he sold for $35,000 at the 2004 Keeneland September yearling sale […]

10 Aug 2007

Chesapeake Farm product Ten a Penny to contest Grade 2 stakes at Del Mar

Ten a Penny, who was bred, raised and sold by Chesapeake Farm, will look to continue his ascension into the upper echelon of U.S.-based turf horses when he runs next in the $150,000 La Jolla Handicap (G2) at Del Mar on Saturday, August 10.
A three-year-old colt trained by Craig Dollase, Ten a Penny won […]

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