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Horse Silk Skip Trial

Skip Trial

Age:
1982 - Horse
Status:
Deceased
Pedigree:
Bailjumper - Looks Promising by Promised Land
Owner(s):
Zelda Cohen
Trainer:
Hubert Hine
Bred:
Kentucky, US by Nancy Penn Morgan
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Skip Trial is a 1982 horse that was born in 1982 and deceased -> race from 1985 to 1987. He was sired by Bailjumper out of the Promised Land mare Looks Promising. He was trained by Hubert Hine and deceased -> race for Zelda Cohen, and was bred in Kentucky, United States by Nancy Penn Morgan. Skip Trial has raced and won at Gulfstream Park, Monmouth Park, Pimlico Race Course, Suffolk Downs. His has a stakes win at the 1985 Haskell Stakes (G1).

Skip Trial - 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
4th SUF 1 1/8 m Dirt 1987 Massachusetts Handicap (G2) Waquoit Broad Brush
Tour d'Or
Broad Brush Tour d'Or
2nd GP 1 1/8 m Dirt 1987 Donn Handicap (G2) Little Bold John Skip Trial
Wise Times
Skip Trial Wise Times
1st MTH 1 1/8 m Dirt 1985 Haskell Stakes (G1) Skip Trial Spend a Buck
Spend a Buck
9th PIM 1 3/16 m Dirt 1985 Preakness Stakes (G1) Tank's Prospect Chief's Crown
Eternal Prince
Chief's Crown Eternal Prince
HRN Speed figures powered by Colts Neck data

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