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Who Am I ???

who am i ???
*I was not bred in America, but more than half of my starts came within the United States.
*In four seasons on the track, I won 13 stakes and finished first or second in 76% of my races.
*I was purchased as a yearling for $36,000 in partnership by a man who has become very well known in the industry.
*My final three victories were all in graded stakes and came at Santa Anita, Woodbine, and Keeneland.
*I was rewarded for my consistent excellence with championship awards in two different countries.
*I was not the only champion for my father, who also did well as a sire in the Kentucky Derby.
*A versatile sort, my stakes wins ranged in distances from 6 ½ furlongs to 1 ¼ miles.
*In six tries on the turf, I won three stakes and finished 2nd in two others.
*One of my brothers is a graded stakes winner and successful sire, and another was an Eclipse Award winner.
*My greatest son was a champion and major winner in four different countries, although the U.S. was not one of them.
*One of my best performances actually came in a loss when I finished 2nd to an all-time great.
You should know by now … Who Am I ???


 

 

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Sorry, it was 16 (and not 17) out of 21 that she was in the first two.
Its Glorius Song. She won 13 starts and was in the first two in 17 out of 21 starts which is 76%. She came 2nd to Spectacular Bid in the 1980 Haskell Invitational Handicap.She foaled Singspiel who was a champion.
That's one time I would have actually stood a chance :(. I saw many of GS's Woodbine races as a kid. What a GREAT racehorse she was!
Love Glorious Song. But Susie Raisher loved her first.
Glorious Song?
Nobody stood a chance tonight. Congrats Susie!
Impressive! ... Congratulations once again, Susie, and welcome back to the winner's circle.
Yay! Focused in on the pedigree/sales priced-related hints and worked from there! As a pedigree nerd, I must add the obligatory "WHAT A COOL MARE!" comment.
Yay!
Wow, you crushed us!
4 minutes, Susie? Yes, tonight's answer is Glorious Song ... How did you get it so fast?

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