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Archive for March, 2011

28 Mar 2011

Chesapeake-bred Marilyn’s Guy 2nd in $65K at Lrl

Marilyn’s Guy, who was bred, raised, raced and sold by Chesapeake, was the runner-up in the $65,000 Harrison E. Johnson Memorial Stakes at Laurel on March 26…
The gray/roan son of Yonaguska out of Marilyn’s Merlot, by Unbridled’s Song had won both his 2011 starts prior to the stakes, including a last-out six-length romp at Aqueduct […]

25 Mar 2011

Choragus Wins Wayward Lass S.

Choragus became a multiple stakes winner on February 26, when she drove 4-wide to victory in the $50,000 Wayward Lass Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs…
The daughter of Harlan’s Holiday was bred by her owner, LothenbacH Stables, and was foaled and raised at Chesapeake.  Making her third start of 2011, all in stakes company, Choragus charged […]

24 Mar 2011

Vacare’s dam foals Distorted Humor filly and is back in foal to him

Appealing Storm, the dam of millionaire Grade 1 winner Vacare, foaled a filly by Champion Sire Distorted Humor on March 3, 2011.
Owned by her breeder, Robert Lothenbach, the chestnut foal was described by farm owner Drew Nardiello as “a nice, attractive filly, very pretty, with plenty of bone.” Appealing Storm most recently produced fillies by Bernardini in 2010 and […]

24 Mar 2011

Grade 1 winner Rigoletta retired to Chesapeake

Rigoletta, winner of the 2010 Oak Leaf S. (G1), has been retired from racing and will be boarded at Chesapeake Farm. The 3-year-old daughter of Concerto, who is owned by Erik and Pavla Nygaard, will be bred later this spring.
Rigoletta suffered a tendon injury when sixth in the Honeybee S. (G3) at Oaklawn on March 12th. Co-owner […]

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