outside of the United States, my sire was an American grade 1 winner
who won his sophomore debut by 17 lengths.
millionaire earner, I won over 30% of my lifetime races, and finished
in the money in just under 60%.
might guess that I was from Ireland, and my primary trainer was from
England, but you'd be only half right.
horse is unbeatable, I proved that one afternoon in the mud.
stakes placed as a juvenile, I was a graded stakes winner in each of
my next two seasons.
was a Horse of the Year, but not in America, although I did once
defeat an American HOTY.
first big win was worth a Grant to anyone who had been willing to put
down $2 to win on me.
never visited one of my owner and breeder's stores, but I've heard
they were at the top of the heap.
richest victory was sponsored by a beverage as smooth as it gets.
the time I passed away, my color was far different than you may
remember from me at the races.
career as a sire was not a possibility, but I nonetheless became a
fan favorite years after my racing retirement.
should know by now … Who Am I ???