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Chateaugay

Status:
Deceased
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Trainer:
Bred:
Kentucky (USA) by John W. Galbreath  -  [Add Data]
Pedigree:
Rating:
8.24/10  

Chateaugay - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View Details06/10/63Chateaugay1stBel11 1/2mDBelmont Stakes-G1 3 MChateaugayCandy Spots 2:30.20
View Details05/04/63Chateaugay1stCD81 1/4 mDKentucky Derby 3 MChateaugayNever BendCandy Spots2:01.80
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Older Comments about Chateaugay...

Buck want to ask you about a horse i was talking to my friends dad about. We were discussing the old Farms and came around to Darby Dan Farms. Although i did not see any of the greats that ran in the 60's ,i have heard of almost all of them in one conversation or another throughout the years. After he mentioned this horse,i told him that i really had not heard of him. How good could he of been. I read up and was amazed,this guy almost won the TC. Seems an obscene workout at Pimlico 5 days before the race in which he set a track record might of been the reason. Only if you can remeber seeing him run,and from your experience of him on the track. Needless to say he was an impressive horse. But from your experience in watching him run. Was he as good as i am reading?
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  • buckpasser · Yes a lot of people blamed his loss in the Preakness on that work. His closing kick was great too. His speed definitely came from his sire. · 746 days ago
  • buckpasser · I believe he stood stud here with little success and was sold to Japan where also met with little success. Yes Japan has gotten a lot of duds from us too, though few know it. · 746 days ago

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