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What the Nation is saying about Winning Prize...

Game On Dude blazed his way into the history books and the top spot of the first NTRA Top Thoroughbred Poll of 2014 with a third victory in the storied Santa Anita Handicap.Read More
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  • amino998 · I'd settle for Tim Smith or OTG. · 34 days ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · My offer still stands John T Billing is still available.Doubt that would make it obvious. Plus since i have been on this site.If i am not mistaken, i am the only one to use the phrase TOOCHEE. Yet only 2 prior to this have seen fit to correct me with the spelling or context. Well Dear John just made it a Hat Trick. i really never knew this Tim Smith or OTG, where they aliases or Blog Celebrities? Nathan, bit of info on Don Tito, hE Threw a shoe during the running of his race. I hope it was accidental and not a form of disrespect. Maybe nest time we will put on an equipment change. SHOE LACES ON. Getting exciting,Vyjack is leaving the House of Chambers and heading North next week. My deep delight in this is that i will get to go to the Seedy Palace again at least 1 more time.Sans security detail. · 34 days ago ·
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Argentine-bred Winning Prize, with Corey Nakatani up, made every pole a winning one in Saturday’s Grade I, $350,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile at Santa Anita, prevailing by a half length over Florida-based shipper Lochte while getting a mile on turf in 1:32.44. Read More
  • mdracing69 · Neil Drysdale said the Grade I Shoemaker Mile at Santa Anita on June 14 is a “possibility” for Frank E. Kilroe Mile winner Winning Prize, whose winning time of 1:32.44 was the second-fastest ever only to the 1:31.89 by Atticus in 1997. · 38 days ago ·
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  • EP Taylor · I am eagerly awaiting Lochte's next race at Keeneland and most likely the Maker Mile vs Dan. Lochte seems to be the real deal going a mile. · 37 days ago ·
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Big win for him and Lochte impressed again.
The Kilroe Mile, San Carlos Stakes, and China Doll Stakes should serve as exciting preludes to the Santa Anita Handicap.Read More
A deep and competitive field of 10 older horses has been assembled for Saturday’s Grade I, $350,000 Frank E. Kilroe Mile, with Breeders’ Cup Mile runner-up Za Approval, Grade II Citation Handicap winner Silentio and Grade II Arcadia Stakes winner Winning Prize heading the lineup. Read More
  • EP Taylor · I really like Za Approval and Silentio. Two nice horses. · 41 days ago ·
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  • jinlie01 · this is another strong field at SA...looking at taking a shot with Lakerville and Optimizer...they might be nice odds. If Lakerville can extend his talent to two turns..he can be a beast. · 41 days ago ·
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ZATT's Star of the Week, is ... Winning Prize!
Ridden by Rafael Bejarano, Winning Prize sat a relaxed second early and pounced on pacesetter Regally Ready in deep stretch to win Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Arcadia Stakes going away by 1 ½ lengths, covering one mile on turf in a rapid 1:32.89.Read More
Hall of Fame conditioner Ron McAnally, who, dating back to 1992, has won four past runnings, will call upon some of that experience when sending out Argentine-bred Suggestive Boy in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Arcadia Stakes for older horses at one mile on turf.Read More
Tom Proctor, who won Saturday’s Generous Stakes with the promising Galileo colt Global View, watched the race with an old friend.Read More
Silentio edged Summer Front in the $250,500 Citation Handicap Friday, the first of five graded stakes over a three-day period during the annual Turf Festival. Read More
A close third in the Breeders’ Cup Mile Nov. 2, Silentio will make his Betfair Hollywood Park debut in the $250,000 Citation Handicap Friday.Read More
Weight assignments have been issued for the Grade II, $250,000 Citation Handicap, which will be run Friday, Nov. 29 at Betfair Hollywood Park.Read More
Front running Silver Max repelled reigning Horse of the Year Wise Dan's stretch bid to take the off-turf Shadwell.Read More
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  • nayrod64 · Dan can run on anything, which he's proven that. That particular surface wasn't agreeable with him. He showed no interest and didn't even tried. This animal didn't want to run! · 191 days ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · Nayrod,why would you say that.He ran a very big race,Johnny V. never put the screws to him(rightly so)This is not the trophy they were after. Do not be little Super Maxs' effort. Since the race on Haskell Day,he has been in magnificent form.Fact Johnny V. did not rush Dan off of his feet and attempt to win at all costs.This should bring light to what i have been saying.This nonsense of Undefeated seasons and H.O.T.Y. votings. A lthough a great honor and all would love to be the recipients of the award.The thought process never comes in to play during the year.Kudos to J.R. and the connections for putting Horse before glory and fame. · 191 days ago ·
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Wise Dan faces nine other rivals in his toughest test of the year in the Grade 1 Shadwell Turf Mile.Read More
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  • Floridaf · No worries. I had to double check myself since horses don't always race in the country they in which they were bred. Winning Prize is fast. This is going to be a good race. · 195 days ago ·
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  • geldedridgling · Even though Winning Prize on paper is somewhat impressive, it’s difficult for speed horses to win races like these unless they are the lone speed. Silver Max and Winning Prize should do each other in and Wise Dan should be the beneficiary, but if the pace is really fast and Wise Dan gets too close to it he may be softened up for maybe Summer Front or Wilcox Inn. Hey, you’ve got to throw a clunker in sometime, and we some rain possible, today might be that time. · 193 days ago ·
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Wise Dan will face nine rivals Saturday as he goes for a repeat victory in the Grade I Shadwell Turf Mile at Keeneland. Read More
  • Mike in SB · There have been a lot of 5 horse fields with a 2-5 favorite this year, but one horse that everyone seems to want to try and beat is Wise Dan. He always draws a pretty good size field, although he looks like much the best horse in here. It will be a tough race but I look for Wise Dan to repeat on his way to a second Breeders Cup Mile victory. · 196 days ago ·
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Winning Prize, a winner of five of eight starts including three Group I victories in his native Argentina, appeared to be everything he was touted to be and more Thursday as he made an impressive American debut with a wire-to-wire triumph in the featured $85,000 Del Mar Rotary Club Purse. Read More

Winning Prize - Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
Horse
Fin
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Race
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Cnd
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2nd
3rd
Time
View Details03/08/14Winning Prize1stSA81 mileTFrank E. Kilroe Mile-G1 4+ MWinning PrizeLochteSuggestive Boy1:32.44
View Details02/01/14Winning Prize1stSA81 mileTArcadia Stakes-G2 4+ MWinning PrizeTom's TributeRegally Ready1:32.89
View DetailsView Video11/29/13Winning Prize3rdBHP71 1/16 mTCitation Handicap-G2 3+ MSilentioSummer FrontWinning Prize1:40.66
View DetailsView Video10/05/13Winning Prize4thKee91 1/16 mSShadwell Turf Mile-G1 3+ MSilver MaxWise DanWillcox Inn1:42.06
View Details08/22/13Winning Prize1stDmr71 mileTAlwOC 3+ MWinning PrizeChips All InRauschenberg1:32.96