Virginia Oaks

Race 8 at COLONIAL DOWNS on

  • One And One Eighth Miles
  • 150000
  • 8:04 PM
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Horse Trainer Breeder / Owner
Boastful Dancer Bryan R. Baker
  • Bryan R. Baker
  • Bryan R. Baker
Filare l'Oro Michael V. Pino
  • Tim E. O'Donohue
  • Blue Heaven Farm, LLC
Julia's Star Joan Scott
  • Roger McDaniel
  • Roger D McDaniel & Beth C McDaniel
My Precious Secret Anthony F. D'Angelo, Jr.
  • Anthony F. D'Angelo, Jr.
  • Phyllis D'Angelo
Ski Holiday H. Graham Motion
  • Augustin Stable
  • George Strawbridge Jr.
Volcat Kenneth G. McPeek
  • Landaluce Educe Stables
  • Edmond A. Hudon & Sharon Hudon
Zultanite David G. Donk
  • Punk, Jr., William J. and DiLeo, Philip
  • Spendthrift Farm LLC

Turf Stakes Highlight Colonial Downs Season

Turf Stakes Highlight Colonial Downs Season

Colonial Downs will host 17 stakes races, including a pair of grade II turf stakes, during the 2009 summer Thoroughbred meet which runs from June 5 â€" July 28. A total of $2.2 million will be doled out in stakes purses over the eight week, 40 day season.

I Lost My Choo Rallies for Virginia Oaks

I Lost My Choo Rallies for Virginia Oaks

Flying Zee Stable's homebred I Lost My Choo came flying down the stretch and ran down longtime leader Julia Tuttle in the final strides to take the $200,000 Virginia Oaks (gr. IIIT) in thrilling fashion July 19 on the Colonial Downs turf.

Dreaming of Anna Digs In, Wins Virginia Oaks

Dreaming of Anna Digs In, Wins Virginia Oaks

Dreaming of Anna, the 2006 champion juvenile filly who struggled earlier this year, appears to be back on her game with a return to the turf, as the Frank Calabrese homebred went gate to wire to win the $210,000 Virginia Oaks at Colonial Downs by a half-length Saturday.

Virginia Derby to be Televised on CBS Network

Colonial Downs has an agreement in place with CBS to nationally televise the 10th running of the $1-million Virginia Derby (gr. IIT). The one-hour broadcast begins at 5 p.m. (EST) July 21st with post time for the Virginia Derby set for 5:44 p.m.

Showing Up Does Not, But Virginia Derby Draws 12

Although the winner of the $1 million Colonial Turf Cup isn't "showing up" for Saturday's $1 million Virginia Derby (gr. IIT) at Colonial Downs, the field includes plenty in its 12-horse field including two Triple Crown starters and four Turf Cup returnees.

Seven Try Rich in Spirit in the Virginia Oaks

Glen Hill Farm's Rich in Spirit figures to be heavily favored in Saturday's $200,000 Virginia Oaks at Colonial Downs. The 1 1/8-mile turf race kicks off an all-stakes Pick 3 that also consists of the Mede Cahaba All Along Breeders' Cup Stakes (gr, IIIT) and Virginia Derby (gr. IIIT).

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