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Chandelier

Former Name(s):
1969 - 2011:   Oak Leaf Stakes
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Grade 1, 2yo fillies, 1mile 1/16 dirt
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What the Nation is saying about the Chandelier ...

The second edition of Five Maidens to Watch, about their achievements and performance in their two year old seasons.Read More
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  • Mary Z. · You picked a really nice filly in Fascinating, Sullivan. I predict that she wil break her maiden soon after starting in 2014. Maybe you have a better eye for the females. I'll have to check out the Arrow with the bullet. · 110 days ago ·
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  • Sullivan · I intentionally picked a variety of skill levels, but Fascinating is a nice filly. Fascinating was a $1.3 million dollar purchase while Gutshot was a @25,000 purchase. Thirteen Arrows is a real nice filly. · 110 days ago ·
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Once I learned that Mucho Macho Man was racing in the Awesome Again Stakes at Santa Anita, I had to go watch.Read More
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  • travel_vic · aren't today's cameras the greatest? · 193 days ago ·
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  • travel_vic · the ASA used to limit you, you had to have the correct filter, you did not get to see your work until it was processed, temperature extremes caused trouble, lens changes, power winders, test flashes etc · 193 days ago ·
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Steve Knapp has been known to light up the tote board on occasion, but if blue collar California-bred filly Harlington’s Rose captures Saturday’s Grade I, $250,000 Chandelier Stakes for 2-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles, the illumination would rival the Las Vegas Strip. Read More
  • mdracing69 · California-bred Harlington’s Rose, who outran her 52-1 odds by finishing fourth in the Grade I Chandelier Stakes, returns next to face Cal-breds in the $200,000 Golden State Juvenile Fillies at one mile on Nov. 1, trainer Steve Knapp said. · 203 days ago ·
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In what could be a preview of things to come later in the day, Rosie Napravnik and Gary Stevens battled the length of the Santa Anita stretch in Saturday’s Grade I, $250,000 Chandelier Stakes for 2-year-old fillies, with Napravnik prevailing by a head aboard longshot Secret Compass over 2-1 second c...Read More
Santa Anita oddsmaker Jon White has installed Fascinating, a maiden, as the 2-1 morning-line favorite for a Grade I race, Saturday’s Chandelier Stakes.“It was an extremely difficult decision whether to go with Fascinating or She’s a Tiger. I really think favoritism could go either way,” said White, ...Read More
Fresh off victory in the Grade I, seven furlong Del Mar Debutante Aug. 31, speedy She’s a Tiger will try a route of ground for the first time in Saturday’s Grade I, $250,000 Chandelier Stakes for 2-year-old fillies at Santa Anita, one of five Grade I Breeders’ Cup ‘Win and You’re In’ preps. Read More
The issue arises every year….which is most important? A win in the Breeders' Cup, or a complete and dominant season? Voters will be asked to make a decision on that very question when voting for Champion Two-Year-Old Filly.Read More
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  • rafirox · I have said this before, and I agree with many of you. The award is "Two year old filly of the YEAR." It should not be based on one start, that Beholder won. Beholder started maturing later than EP, but that should not (As Dani Said) be hald against her. No doubt in my mind EP should win it, even if she loses the Starlet. · 499 days ago ·
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  • rafirox · BTW, EP still has maturing to do. She continues to drift in the stretch. If she learns to run straight she will be a FANTASTIC horse. · 499 days ago ·
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In racing time, it’s light years away to the first Saturday in May, 2013, but Garrett Gomez hopes that Saturday’s inaugural FrontRunner Stakes leads towards his first Kentucky Derby victory. Read More
Laura Pugh of Dead Heat Debates give you her Pre-Breeders Cup Eclipse Awards Picks!Read More
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  • dani.pugh · icy, polls say different. His ablity to run over multiple surfaces and his dominance has people calling him the best older male in training. That is not just me. Things can change. Before Rachel the last to win HOTY as a 3yr old filly were Twilight Tear and Busher, both fillies not only beat males but did it at the "classic" distance. Rachel never beat males at the Classic distance as you pointed out, so obviously wins at that distance are not required when one shows other qualityies that seperate them from the rest. Dan has his dominance and ability to win over any surface. So far that is proving enough for voters. You also say distance is valued...you surely can't mean America. Not when we constantly shorten the distance of our races. The JCGC that used to be 2 miles is now 10f, both Whitney and Woodward used to be 10f, now only 9f. The Met mile one of the most prestigious races in our country is only a mile. Distance is not celebrated as much in the USA as much as you make it out to be. Speed dominates, and Wise Dan has plenty of it and has used it to assert the dominance that ranks him so high on many lists. · 551 days ago ·
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  • icyhotboo · It's true the older horses have taken turns beating each other but IMO this is a very good group. I've watched and enjoyed Wise Dan and his quick turn of foot. IMO he's the best older male we've had in quite a while and the best of this group because of his consistency and versatility. His trainer isn't taking any chances shipping him and running him on a dirt suface on which he's never run knowing he'll be running at least two more years so he's sticking to turf and playing it safe. Being a gelding HOTY award doesn't mean much to them as they've stated. Dani, you make it seem as though I'm on a personal vendetta, I'm not. I've simply stated factually the way things have been. Also I nor you mentioned Rachel the lone exception in my life time Dominated the Champion Three-Year-Old Male Champion Summer Bird and there were no good older males that year by consensus at HRN comments. That is not the case this year. I however believe her Woodward in which she was never given a breather and five of the six horses running took there best shot at a time in the race best for them was a classic in itself. As for distance I realize times have changed and I've stated numerous times the classic distance has been figuatively reduced to 1 1/8 mile but I don't make the rules so I can only state the way things are. If you want to change the rules you have to talk to people higher up on the totem pole than I am. You flatter me with your attention but I've had enough on this matter until after the BC. · 551 days ago ·
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California juveniles hold the edge in the Breeders' Cup at Santa Anita and a Bob Baffert pair are the most likely to take advantage...Read More
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  • Capper · I'm still on the Know More bandwagon, but there's no doubt Power Broker jumped up on normal dirt. · 556 days ago ·
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  • kentuckyderbypost · Can't disagree, Power Broker caught my eye big time in the FrontRunner. Can't wait to see where the odds go on race day! · 555 days ago ·
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Executiveprivilege improved to 5-0 with a 6 1/4-length victory in the Chandelier Stakes for 2-year-old fillies, securing a spot in the BC Juvenile Fillies on Nov. 2.Read More
  • AndyScoggin · Executiveprivilege destroyed that field by over 6 lengths, and yet only had a BSF of 84. Hmmm? · 567 days ago ·
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  • dani.pugh · I'm not sure of any horse that got a high Beyer at SA. The horses were either running slower, or the track, while favoring speed, was slower. I'm incline to believe the latter. · 567 days ago ·
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Undefeated in four starts, Executiveprivilege is the horse to beat in the Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita Park on Saturday. Read More

Race Results & Past Performances

Date(Descending)
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Cnd
Race
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View DetailsView Video09/28/13SA51 1/16 mD02 FChandelier -G1Secret CompassShe's A TigerFascinating1:44.91
View DetailsView Video09/29/12SA61 1/16 mD02 FChandelier -G1ExecutiveprivilegeScarlet StrikeMiss Empire1:44.95
View DetailsView Video10/02/11SA81 1/16 mD02 FOak Leaf-G1WeemissfrankieCandreaCharm the Maker1:42.92
View DetailsView Video10/03/10BHP71 1/16 mS02 FOak Leaf-G1RigolettaTell A KellyIndian Gracey1:44.03
View Details10/04/09SA61 1/16 mS02 FOak Leaf-G1Blind LuckAlways a PrincessBickersons1:43.19
View DetailsView Video09/27/08SA81 1/16 mS02 FOak Leaf-G1Stardom BoundPalacio De AmorOro Blanco1:42.44
View Details09/30/06SA91 1/16 mD02 FOak Leaf-G1Cash IncludedPoint AshleyQuick Little Miss1:42.86
View Details10/02/04SA91 1/16 mD02 FOak Leaf-G2Sweet CatomineSplendid BlendedMemorette1:42.98
View Details09/28/03SA91 1/16 mD02 FOak Leaf-G2HalfbridledTarlowHollywood Story1:43.72
View Details10/09/99SA81 mileD02 FOak Leaf-G1ChilukkiAbby GirlSpain1:36.12
View DetailsView Video10/08/94SA81 1/16 mD02 FOak Leaf-G1Serena's SongCall NowMama Mucci1:41.83
View Details10/20/84SA81 1/16 mD02 FOak Leaf-G1Folk ArtPirate's GlowWayward Pirate1:42.60
View DetailsView Video10/28/82SA11 1/16 mD02 FOak Leaf-G1Landaluce  1:41.80