Horse Silk Premier Pegasus

Premier Pegasus

15 years old - Horse
Fusaichi Pegasus - Squall Linda by Summer Squall
Myung Kwon Cho
Myung Kwon Cho
Kentucky, US by Myung Kwon Cho
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Premier Pegasus is a 15 year old horse that was born in 2008 and raced from 2010 to 2011. He was sired by Fusaichi Pegasus out of the Summer Squall mare Squall Linda. He was trained by Myung Kwon Cho and raced for Myung Kwon Cho, and was bred in Kentucky, United States by Myung Kwon Cho. Premier Pegasus has raced at Hollywood Park, Santa Anita Park with wins at Hollywood Park, Santa Anita Park. His stakes wins include wins in the 2011 San Felipe (G2), 2010 Bob Hope (G3), and the 2010 Jack Goodman (LS).

Premier Pegasus - 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
1st SA 1 1/16 m Dirt 2011 San Felipe (G2) Premier Pegasus Jaycito
Bench Points
Jaycito Bench Points
3rd SA 7 f Dirt 2011 San Vicente (G2) The Factor Sway Away
Premier Pegasus
Sway Away Premier Pegasus
1st HOL 7 f Synthetic 2010 Bob Hope (G3) Premier Pegasus Industry Leader
Awesome Patriot
Industry Leader Awesome Patriot
1st HOL 6 f Synthetic 2010 Jack Goodman (LS) Premier Pegasus McKenzies Way
Clubhouse Ride
McKenzies Way Clubhouse Ride
HRN Speed figures powered by Colts Neck data

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