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Storm Cat

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What the Horse Racing Nation is saying about Storm Cat...

Currently, he’s mane and tail above anything California has to offer and his performances have made the East Coast horses look boring. Is Shared Belief a true contender or just hyped?Read More
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  • hannahWTC · I have never been super impressed with him. I am doubting his ability to run on dirt. And the 2 horses I had my money on in the CashCall had rough trips (Kobes back and Tap it Rich). He most likely will not last going a mile and a quarter. My choice for next years derby is Strong Mandate and Kobes back · 117 days ago ·
  • https://www.facebook.com/jake.bennett.756 · I love it! The fact that you mentioned he could have the X-Factor gene! Anyone who loves this sport will be cheering for the horse because he is a superstar! No one finished races like he did last year, I know that he could be an excellent sprinter, but he proved alot going the distance he did in the Cashcall. He had plenty left in the tank and I honestly think he will be just fine on dirt. · 83 days ago ·
Remembering the beloved equine athletes we lost in 2013.Read More
today is one of the happiest days of my life. i'm getting a retired grandson of Storm Cat, his name is Last Chance. hes been gelded, & his owner doesn't want him. she leaves him in the rain & isn't very nice to him. so we're rescuing him. in his pedigree i have found 5 of the 11 Triple Crown Winners including Secretariat, Omaha, Gallant Fox, Count Fleet, & War Admiral. hes also related to Proud Truth, Northern Dancer, Graustark, Elocutionist, Ribot, Bold Ruler, T.V. Lark, Rock Sand, Native Dancer, Discovery, Teddy, Sir Gallahad, Nasrullah, Princequillo, Isinglass, Man O' War, Ben Brush, Bend Or, Gallant Man, Reigh Count, Colin, Star Shooter, Flying Fox, & Tudor Minstrel. i'm so excited. :)
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. · 153 days ago ·
  • 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. · 153 days ago ·
Very entertaining feature onReal Sports this month onStorm Cat,with a bit of Zenyatta. Recommend that you catch it on HBO or maybe it's available on YouTube .
  • yukichan · I checked and you can only watch on HBO until June 8th--but here is NYT article on the show: http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/therail/2013/05/21/exploring-the-business-of-horse-breeding-on-real-sports/?from=sports · 321 days ago ·
An introduction to the new ThoroughMetrics blog. And I revisit an old question about Storm Cat as a sire of sires...and once again fail to come up with answer.Read More
Shackleford and Bodemeister are both Grandsons of Storm Cat. Watch this race and you can see where Shack and Bode both got there heart. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Acrg45fbxfc
We think they will live forever, the true legends of thoroughbred racing. We take for granted that we will wake up the next morning and horses like Storm Cat will be there enjoying the luxury of their retirement, just as they were the day before. Yet, today, wasn't like yesterday. Today, one of the ...Read More
Great iconic sire. He has been euthanized. RIP
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  • shadowno · He was still looking pretty good @ 30. Great sire. Hopefully one day his bloodline wil wear roses. RIP · 358 days ago ·
  • ILuvTurfRacing · Euthanized for suffering complications relating to the infirmities of old age. During his prime as a stallion, Storm Cat commanded a stud fee of $500,000. Imagine what that would equate to in today's market. Great sire that was hugely influential for both conventional dirt and turf. · 358 days ago ·
Rest in peace Storm Cat! such an influential sire, & a beautiful horse.
Gosh he was handsome. These were taken last June... http://www.drf.com/blogs/checking-living-legend-storm-cat-photo-blog
RIP Storm Cat...you left us a true legacy of champions.
Leading sire and grade I winner Storm Cat was euthanized April 24 at the Young family's Overbrook Farm near Lexington due to complications from infirmities of old age. He was 30.Read More
best sire of his generation
What is Storm Cat's SI? I can't seem to find it...
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  • UnionRagsRules · BSF are earned in each race. I do not recall any of his, but I would say we should have had a 90 or so. I at first called them SI also-if you can't tell I'm a barrel racer too ;) · 476 days ago ·
  • travel_vic · Final Time evaluation tells you NOTHING of the pace challenges or lack of them. If there is NO pace challenge, a horse has more energy late often coming in at a much faster time than if he had be stressed early on.....beyers are really flawed without a look at the early fractions they evolved within, · 476 days ago ·
Can't believe he is still alive.
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  • likin sparks · Go figure, I was only agreeing with you Mary...hehe bite my head off won't ya :P By the way I have never seen a G1 race in person :( · 619 days ago ·
  • travel_vic · Being a retired physician, I carefully took vacations to coordinate with where I wanted to go in the horse racing world. Often a seminar near where I wanted to go, allowed me to write off the entire trip. Before my late wife got sick, we used to go all over the place together as tow DINKS. · 619 days ago ·
Trainer Bob Baffert was loaded for the Southwest Stakes. Loaded with stakes winners, that is.Read More
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  • Floridaf · Talk about a profitable purchase! You have to know they are pleased to turn $435 into over $200,000. He notched an impressive win, but I want to see him run again. Hopefully he'll run better than In the Beat has so far. · 785 days ago ·
  • BIGBEAR47 · I KNOW THE SOUTHWEST DIV 1 WAS SLOWER THAN DIV 2 OF SOUTH WEST i think he will surprise people in upcoming races. · 774 days ago ·
Thunder Moccasin looks ready to add his name to the list of Kentucky Derby contenders...Read More
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  • Floridaf · It's too bad that I'm not the only one to see it. He's the morning line favorite and likely to be bet down further. · 798 days ago ·
  • wadzo · looks odds on must use in exotics · 798 days ago ·
There is much fertile land in the Ireland region known as the “Golden Vale” that Sadler’s Wells called home since 1984. This fertility certainly was indicative of the illustrious stud career that would follow for Coolmore’s most prized stallion.Read More
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  • AndyScoggin · Wow, those son's of Northern Dancer have been amazing! · 1049 days ago ·
  • MarcelloMarocco · Everything of Northern Dancer was Amazing :) Northern Dancer brought a Boom to the Breeding industry and when Coolmore Bought up a bunch of Dancer's Yearlings at Windfields Maryland facility that EP Taylor bought, and Built to cater Northern Dancer to the World. I read a while back that you could walk into Windfield's Stallion barn, and read the list of dignitaries who have purchased Northern Dancer offspring was astonishing at that time. Coolmore Bought NijinskyII, and NinjiskyII sired Sadler · 893 days ago ·

Storm Cat - Race Results & Past Performances

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View Details10/10/85Storm Cat1stMed11 1/16 mDYoung America-G1 2 MStorm CatDanzig ConnectionMogambo1:43.30