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    02-11-2013, 07:25 PM
Originally Posted by PonyPainter    
As do 85% of all Thoroughbreds One of the greats indeed!
I know and that's so awesome!! It's so much fun learning about their histories. I love it:)
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    02-12-2013, 03:59 PM
He was born in Florida, bred through Gem racing inc. His trainer was david fawkes, and was owned by Monarch Stables Inc. I can't find any info on monarch stables, except for a dressage stable in CA. He was not a very succesful little racer, so that may be why I can't find much info on him. His mom seemed pretty good though. She was bred in Florida, by john fernung, owned by Wam Stables, trained by Edward Plesa Jr. She was bred March of 1989. That's all the info I can get so far on her unfortunately, but I hope I can find more! I'd love to find pics of him as a little foal or when he was racing. I have playback vids but I have to pay every time I want to watch them
    02-12-2013, 04:07 PM
Equibase is always handy for looking up the race record.

mare, off the track, thorougbred, trace

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