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Storm Bird

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Deceased
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(CAN) by E. P. Taylor  -  [Add Data]
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What the Horse Racing Nation is saying about Storm Bird...

Shared Belief burst onto the Kentucky Derby 2014 scene on Sunday, leaving highly regarded returnee Kobe’s Back in the dust in the Grade III Hollywood Prevue Stakes.Read More
  • equineplay · Two races, looks like the real deal. Hope he doesn't peak too early. It would be a good west coast rep. · 155 days ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · He is supposed to look good on the poly,let him show the ability to handle the dirt.Then maybe he can generate some excitement. Just like all the Candy Rides,except a little bit of Sidneys Candy who fizzled on the dirt ,Misremembered who was a nice horse and Chocolate Candy who is good.This sire has not done anything on the dirt. I for one will wait this guy out. Like i said, he is supposed to run over the carpet or turf. · 155 days ago ·
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There's an interesting pattern involving the Gotham and Triple Crown Stakes. A Gotham winner has been victorious in a Classic race once every eleven years. Does Stay Thirsty have what it takes to keep the trend alive?Read More
  • alison.stahelin · I allways like when a stable has 2 horses in the derby. And Stay Thirsty is definately bred to win. And I allways liked Uncle Moon of course. · 1082 days ago ·
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DUBLIN (Afleet Alex—Classy Mirage, by Storm Bird) - Having grown up in Arkansas and around Oaklawn Park, I have fond memories of Arkansas Derby winners from the past.  And there has hardly been a more impressive winner of the Arkansas Derby than Afleet Alex, who went on to win the ...Read More
When the books close on the 2009 yearling sales, another chapter will have come to an end. Storm Cat, a perennial leader among sales sires, is represented by his last full crop this year, and his departure from the commercial scene is an appropriate symbol of a Thoroughbred market in transition. Read More
6/9/2004 By Reid Cherner, USA TODAY ELMONT, N.Y. — Trainer Nick Zito said before Saturday's Belmont that he would be thrilled to finish second behind Triple Crown hopeful Smarty Jones. Zito predicted the right horses at the finish line, but he just had them in the wrong order.Read More
By Vinnie Perrone Washington Post Staff Writer June 11, 1995 ELMONT, N.Y., JUNE 10 -- Thunder Gulch finished first today in the slowest Belmont Stakes in a quarter-century. What a time it was for trainer Wayne Lukas. Read More
May 20, 1990 Summer Squall avenged his Kentucky Derby loss to Unbridled by scoring a 2 1/4-length victory in the Preakness Stakes today at Pimlico, but there will be no rubber match between the colts in the final leg of the Triple Crown. Read More

Storm Bird - Race Results & Past Performances

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