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Indian Charlie Silks Breed, Own & Train horses like
Indian Charlie
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Status:
Deceased
Owner(s):
Trainer:
Bred:
California (USA) by [Add Data]
Pedigree:
Rating:
7.56/10  

Indian Charlie - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View DetailsView Video05/02/98Indian Charlie3rdCD81 1/4 mDKentucky Derby-G1 3 MReal QuietVictory GallopIndian Charlie2:02.20
View DetailsView Video04/04/98Indian Charlie1stSA51 1/8 mDSanta Anita Derby-G1 3 MIndian CharlieReal QuietArtax1:47.00
View DetailsView Video03/13/98Indian Charlie1stSA71 mileDAllow 3 MIndian CharlieQuakeClassic Cat1:35.02
View DetailsView Video02/22/98Indian Charlie1stSA37 fDAllow 3 MIndian CharlieNative BopDouble D J1:21.95
View DetailsView Video08/03/97Indian Charlie1stDmr25 1/2 fDMSW 2 MIndian CharlieNationaloreEagle Springs1:03.40
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Older Comments about Indian Charlie...

Love his babies!http://www.flickr.com/photos/hoosiershadow/8000676157/in/set-72157631545464250/
Wow, It was way to early for him. R.I.P. Indian Charlie.
R.I.P.
R.I.P Indian Charlie
victory Gallop is far better sire than Indian Charlie, he has stamina and strong challenge capability from space, i just looke back the run in the past Kentucky Derrby where he came of space nearly got the winner Real Quit, where Indian Charlie 2l behind third. so i think Jaysito will run exactly the same way as his dad, whether he will win , that got to be seen in the Derby day.
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  • footlick · Victory Gallop had decent horses when he shuttled to Australia, I believe. But I would say Indian charlie is the superior sire. As far as Uncle Mo's distance ability, I will wait and see. Certainly Uncle Mo could be good enough to overcome the limitation, but I don't recognize Arch as a distance guarantee yet. And the further back you go in a pedigree, the less influence the blood has. To be honest I haven't really delved into his pedigree. · 1912 days ago
  • zxswordxz · Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't most Colt get their X factor from the Dam side? · 1912 days ago
i believe in pedigree and it entirely depends on trainer how he trains the horse.
About Uncle Mo's pedigree: I say remember when they were saying the same thing about Secretariat, that Bold Ruler sired speed horses and none that could run a classic distance? Horses have dams as well as sires. Look at Her pedigree too. Also, breeding race horses is not an exact science and cannot be predicted with accuracy which colts will be great and which will be dud s. One of the horses on the list of greatest 100 American racehorses of the twentieth century was the result of teazer stallion jumping a fence to get to a blind mare. So much for all the great planning by humans...
  • footlick · If Uncle Mo's dam was bred as well as Secretariat's I might assume he would have a better chance. But, many people who knew breeding knew that Nasrullah/Princequillo was the Golden cross, so they were willing to take a chance with Secretariat. It has always depended on the dam if you are breeding to a horse who throws 6-9 furlong horses. I am just not as sure as some that his dam is that stoutly bred. But if he is as good as some think, it will not matter. · 1933 days ago
  • footlick · I remember Plugged Nickle-Key to the Mint out of a Buckpasser mare. Should have been able to run all day. Became a champion sprinter when his Derby quest ended in a 5th place finish I think. and he won the Hutchinson, FOY, the FL Derby and the Wood. Obviously he travelled 9 furlongs fine. But not the extra furlong. · 1933 days ago

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