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Ria Antonia looks to pick up where stars of the past, like Winning Colors and Genuine Risk, tested the gender barrier before the Triple Crown had even begun.Read More
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  • AnneShaw · After the interview with her owners and connections following the BC I was completely turned off. Tiger was on lead. Ria didn't have to take such a close path. Just like in basketball, she drew a foul if indeed there was one. I can't wish her well except for good health which I hope they all are. · 163 days ago ·
  • tmallios1 · Anne you will not have to worry about her. These Eric Guilliot wannabees just talked all through the winter to get print. I thought they were doing it to put her in the limelight and increase her value. I think they were trying to sell a piece or all of her. When nobody bit,they withdrew their plans to face the boys and are now pointing to the filly Stake. You are correct,they did not take the high road after the race. But as Bill Parcells always says. You are who you are. · 163 days ago ·
With the Travers just around the corner, ZATT decided to have a little fun with the historic and prestigious race, by ranking the 35 winners since Affirmed and Alydar...Read More
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  • EP Taylor · I really liked the 94 Travers. The Bull/Concern. As GAME as a race horse can be. · 321 days ago ·
  • MikeRullo · chiefs crown won 5 2yr old stakes and bernardini only lost was to a hall of famer. You should take this list down, Thunder gulch was slow, your list is way off please take it down. · 321 days ago ·
Let’s take a peek at the excellent history of Rebel Stakes runners to have gone on to win the Derby, Preakness, or Belmont.Read More
  • mikemoss13 · Smarty Jones, with Curlin close behind. The year Smarty was here was just magical!! · 481 days ago ·
  • AndyScoggin · Great history in the Rebel, not sure that this year's running will produce a Derby Star. · 481 days ago ·
Faced Genuine Risk, Codex, each winning a triple crown race
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  • travel_vic · At the time, Charlsie Cnanty, commentator for CBS, was married to the trainer and the colt paid over 100 to win. · 753 days ago ·
  • ruffian75 · He also won the Travers Stakes and, I believe, the Super Derby, that year. · 753 days ago ·
The Racing Festival of the South was inaugurated in 1974 by Oaklawn Park and owner Charles Cella with a stakes race each day ...Read More
  • travel_vic · One o0f the many many reasons why this is one of the best managed race meetings each and every year...THese people KNOW how to sell the product · 820 days ago ·
  • BrianZipse · Thanks for the trip down memory lane, Eric. I would also add Curlin, Lawyer Ron, (consecutive years) Victory Gallop, Tank's Prospect, Davona Dale, Bold 'n Determined, and Festin as other memorable Festival winners. Festin beat a great field that day in 1991 ... I was there to root on Unbridled. · 820 days ago ·
What's the old saying? “Those who don't know their history are doomed to repeat it.” Trying not to fall into that trap, I've decided to pour over my memory bank of Belmont's Past to better prepare myself for tomorrow's outcome. In so doing, I have found winners of previous runnings that have an awfu...Read More
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  • djp4567 · I like your comments but going to have to go with the chalk in this one. Animal Kingdom just looks too good for this field. If he stays close to the pace he should run away with it. Late closers rarely win the Belmont so don't get caught up too much on the distance thing... · 1125 days ago ·
  • 4everZenyatta · I lvoe the comparison of Drosselmeyer and Santiva ;) · 1117 days ago ·
1) The Arkansas Derby is a Grade 1 race restricted to 3-year-olds held at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is run at a distance of 1 1/8 miles. 2) The race was run for the first time in 1936. The current purse is $1 million. In 2004, a $5 million bonus was offered to any colt to sweep the R...Read More
Although the Rebel Stakes (gr. 3) has produced two Kentucky Derby winners in Smarty Jones (photo) in 2004 and Sunny’s Halo in 1983, it has also produced other memorable winners of Triple Crown races and several champion 3-year-olds.Read More
By HP-Time.com Monday, Jun. 16, 1980 Ridden brilliantly by Jockey Eddie Maple, Temperence Hill hung just behind the competition through the first turn and backstretch, easing into fourth place as the horses worked their way into the clubhouse turn. Driving around on the outside, Maple moved the colt...Read More

Temperence Hill - Race Results & Past Performances

View Details09/18/80Temperence Hill1stLaD101 1/4 mDSuper Derby 3 MTemperence HillFirst AlbertCactus Road2:06.60
View DetailsView Video06/07/80Temperence Hill1stBel81 1/2mDBelmont Stakes-G1 3 MTemperence HillGenuine RiskRockhill Native2:29.80