Horse Silk Angle Light

Angle Light

1970 - Horse
Quadrangle - Pilot Light by Jet Action
Edwin Whittaker
Lucien Laurin
Kentucky, US by Howard B. Noonan
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Angle Light is a 1970 horse that was born in 1970 and deceased -> race from 1972 to 1973. He was sired by Quadrangle out of the Jet Action mare Pilot Light. He was trained by Lucien Laurin and deceased -> race for Edwin Whittaker, and was bred in Kentucky, United States by Howard B. Noonan. Angle Light has raced at Aqueduct, Belmont Park, Churchill Downs, Garden State Park, Laurel Park with wins at Aqueduct, Belmont Park. His has a stakes win at the 1973 Wood Memorial (G1).

Angle Light - Race Results, Speed Figures, and Past Performances
Date Finish (speed) Fin Trk Distance Surface Race 1st (HRN Speed fig) Finish (HRN Speed) 2nd 3rd Time
10th CD 1 1/4 m Dirt 1973 Kentucky Derby (G1) Secretariat Sham
Our Native
Sham Our Native
1st AQU 1 1/8 m Dirt 1973 Wood Memorial (G1) Angle Light Sham
Sham Secretariat
2nd GS 1 1/16 m Dirt 1972 Garden State Futurity (LS) Secretariat Angle Light
Step Nicely
Angle Light Step Nicely
3rd LRL 1 1/16 m Dirt 1972 Laurel Futurity (LS) Secretariat Stop The Music
Angle Light
Stop The Music Angle Light
8th BEL 1 mile Dirt 1972 Champagne (LS) Stop The Music Secretariat
Step Nicely
Secretariat Step Nicely
1st BEL 6 f Dirt Msw Angle Light Timeless Moment
Timeless Moment Sham
HRN Speed figures powered by Colts Neck data

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