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Robert B. Lewis Stakes

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1935 - 2006:   Santa Catalina
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Race Results & Past Performances

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View DetailsView Video02/06/16SA41 1/16 mD03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G3Mor SpiritUncle LinoI Will Score1:43.21
View DetailsView Video02/07/15SA51 1/16 mD03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2DortmundFiring LineRock Shandy1:42.20
View DetailsView Video02/08/14SA111 1/16 mD03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2Candy BoyChituMidnight Hawk1:41.83
View DetailsView Video02/02/13SA41 1/16 mD03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2FlashbackDen's LegacyHe's Had Enough1:42.95
View DetailsView Video02/04/12SA61 1/16 mD03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2I'll Have AnotherEmpire WayRousing Sermon1:40.84
View DetailsView Video02/12/11SA61 1/8 mD03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2Anthony's CrossRiveting ReasonQuail Hill1:48.63
View DetailsView Video02/13/10SA61 1/16 mS03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2CaracortadoDave in DixieAmerican Lion1:41.75
View DetailsView Video02/07/09SA81 1/16 mS03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2Pioneerof the NilePapa ClemI Want Revenge1:41.90
View Details01/18/03SA71 1/16 mD03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2Domestic DisputeOur Bobby V. Scrimshaw0:00.00
View Details01/21/01SA71 1/16 mD03 MRobert B. Lewis Stakes-G2Millennium WindPalmeiroDenied1:42.38
View DetailsView Video01/31/99SA81 1/16 mD03 MSanta Catalina-G2General ChallengeBuck TroutBrilliantly1:42.93
View Details02/12/73SA81 1/16 mD03 MSanta CatalinaSham  0:00.00
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HRN ROAD TO THE DERBY CONTESTANTS: Picks are still needed from AnnaK, Zatt, AmbitiousD, Yukichan, marylandgq, shores, Sully, coyne.kaylor, henry and bspolk. Please submit them to the form written in the comments by 12 EST tomorrow.
I'd like to see Chitu step up in a big way here, and put an end to all the naysayers. From what I have seen he is a qualoty colt, plus Baffert seems to like him. If we are talking pedigree short comings - Midnight Hawk has every bit as much of a sprinters pedigree too, but is widly respected. Who is to say they both can't beat their paper limitations.
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  • Dressage3295 · I personally wouldn't say his pedigree is full of distance limitations. There's quite a bit of stamina in there with the AP Indy bloodlines. His half brother placed at 10f. His sire, though a sprinter, placed at 8.5f and several of his offspring have gone over that. Chitu has the pedigree to get 8.5f at the very least, from here it's up to ability. · 872 days ago
  • striped mentality · I like words, sorry ;). Personally I don't feel he has much limitation either, but a lot of what I have heard, and read most people (not so much here, more other places) are writing him off due to his sprinting pedigree. The biggest question in my mind is the two turns. · 872 days ago
Midnight Hawk 9-5; Candy Boy 2-1; Chitu 7-2; Diamond Bachelor-Cool Samurai 6-1; El Nino Terrible 12-1; Home Run Kitten 15-1.
HRN ROAD TO THE DERBY CONTESTANTS: It's time for the Bobby Lewis! Please submit your picks through this form! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1iDIj24o-E7hCRkLwb7NVLCG0a7U-NH-n2QkkjfusKfI/viewform
top five finishers from Cash Call Futurity
top five finishers are nominated to the Robert Lewis with 4 of them probable one possible
Isn't He Clever, Smart Ellis, and Devil in Disguise, three Smarty Jones babies, have been nominated to the Robert B. Lewis. Isn't He Clever owns the best record of the bunch with three wins and one place in four starts.