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Jaipur

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Deceased
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Kentucky (USA) by Erdenheim Farms Co.
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Older Comments about Jaipur...

airedale 2008: OK maybe I was a little tough on him..so I'll rank him a bit higher this time. And, BTW, he was my favorite 3 yr old in 1962 after Sir Gaylord got hurt. I was rooting for him in the famous Travers race. I just believe he should not be anywhere near the Top 100 of all time. Check out the BloodHorses's Top 100 for a more realistic ratings of the greats.
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  • airedale2008 · Feustel with Man o' War sounds similar to Frank Whiteley and Ruffian. Whiteley never wanted his jockeys to run her full speed, as he was afraid of injury. The public saw her at her best was when she was passing Foolish Pleasure. · 291 days ago
  • Sullivan · Both Feustel and Whiteley were great trainers. Throw in Keene and Jones and uou have my role models. · 290 days ago
Jaipur was a good horse...but certainly not near the top 100 or so. Not even in the Hall of Fame yet, and he's raced over 50 years ago.
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  • travel_vic · Also tracks today with better drainage and packed volume are much faster than tracks of old · 293 days ago
  • travel_vic · Count Fleet was almost asa good: He recovered to take the Derby, the United States' most prestigious race, by three lengths, then went on to Baltimore, Maryland, where he dominated the Preakness Stakes, taking that one by eight lengths. He won the Withers Stakes before heading to Elmont, New York for the Belmont Stakes where he captured the Triple Crown by scoring a 25-length victory, a record margin that stood until 1973. · 293 days ago
Jaipur and Ridan went head to head all the way around in the 1962 Travers. One of the best ever Mid Summer Derbies, with Jaipur winning by a nose to take the 3 year old colt award.
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  • kaitlinefree1 · i didn't know this at all about Jaipur. too funny. when we were watching the Breeder's Cup, they were talking about Groupie Doll gaining weight & my mom said "she is a little pudgier than the rest of the field isn't she?" · 377 days ago
  • Buckpasser · Perhaps the Doll does her best running as a full figured gal. · 376 days ago

Jaipur - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
Tr
#
Dist.
Sf.
Race
$
Cnd
1st
2nd
3rd
Time
View Details09/29/62Jaipur2ndAqu71 1/4 mDWoodward 3+ MKelsoJaipurGuadalcanal2:03.20
View DetailsView Video08/18/62Jaipur1stSar61 1/4 mDTravers Stakes-G1 3 MJaipurRidanMilitary Plume1:35.60
View Details08/16/62Jaipur1stSar11 1/4 mD  3 MJaipur  2:01.30