Our Best Thoroughbred Dirt Milers Racing in Year 48
Name A S Source Sire Dam Dam Sire St 1st 2nd 3rd Earn Comments
Faithinasnowstorm 3 F SB    2678k Faithful Curious Engross 7 5 2 0 589k G1 at 2, G3 at 3
Player on Stage 3 C SB    3257k Just An Act Stuff of Dreams Why I Am 7 6 0 0 370k Multiple SW at 2, G2 at 3
Stole the Prize 6 G Homebred Will Take Charge  Love Is the Prize Worth the Prize 24 4 8 3 155k Multiple stakes placed
Laser Lites 3 C Homebred Uncle Mo Sky Lites Engross 6 1 2 0 157k GPS SW at 2

 

Our All Time Best Thoroughbred Dirt Milers
Name DOB S Source Sire Dam Dam Sire St 1st 2nd 3rd Earn Comments
ANTICIPATE ALL YR34 G SB    136k Much Like Falling Tired of Waiting Loki Dynasty 35 12 7 3 728k Multiple Graded SW
LAPELS YR38 H SB    392k Get Skirt Epic 25 10 9 1 639k Multiple Graded SW
FAITHINASNOWSTORM YR45 F SB   2678k Faithful Curious Engross 7 5 2 0 589k Still Racing
LOVE IS THE PRIZE YR30 F SB    492k Worth the Prize Tough Love Original Tough Guy 19 6 4 5 416k SW at 2, 3, 4
TAKE NEVADA YR40 G Homebred My Soul to Take Nevada Team International Team 30 11 5 5 374k SW at 4, 5, 6

 

 

Prior Notable Thoroughbred Dirt Milers

LAPELS
Year 38 Gray Thoroughbred
(Get Me x Skirt, by Epic)
25: 10-9-1   $639,400
LAPELS was a rare bargain, being purchased from a Steward-bred select yearling sale for a mere $392,000.  He broke his maiden in his second start, and then took a listed stakes.  He closed out his juvenile season with a victory in the Grade 2 Oklahoma Springboard.  When he won his sophomore debut, it was his fourth victory in a row.  Wins from then on out would be more sparing.

LAPELS was second in a Grade 3, and then off the board his next two starts.  He beat older horses in a listed stakes Week 11, was third in a Grade 3, and then closed out the season with a fifth in the Grade 1 Brooklyn Mile.

Most of his 4yo season was spent in South America or nearby regions.  He won his YR42 debut in a listed stakes, was second in another, and then had a puzzling poor performance before taking a FL-bred stakes.  He went back to South America for a second consecutive victory, and finished off the season with two seconds in Grade 3s.

At five, LAPELS was more consistent, though two of his first three starts were poor performances; yet sandwiched a victory in a listed stakes at Middleground Park.  After finishing second in a Grade 3 in Panama, he was shipped to Saudi Arabia for three Grade 3 stakes, where he was second in the first two, and then won the third.  His final start was a Grade 3 in Jamaica, where he finished second.

LAPELS retired to Magic Raven Columbia and stood for a few seasons before being sold.

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