in the great state of Kentucky, I was a son of one of the most
influential sires of his time.
first taste of fame came as a yearling at the Keeneland July Sale.
as a juvenile, I did not run in my first stakes race until I was
beginning of my racing career came with a win just outside of San
final career race came at Big Sandy where I finished second to a
of my wins came in California, although I did win back-to-back races
at Churchill Downs.
racing career was cut short by injury, but still, never finishing
worse than second was a big accomplishment.
for my blazing workouts, I also never shied away from the camera.
trainer and my regular rider are both members of racing's Hall of
got the better of my big rival in two out of three important races.
passing away far too young, I sired numerous stakes horses, including
a pair of major winners.
should know by now … Who Am I ???