Ghostzapper, the 2004 Horse of the Year and champion older male, has had his 2010 fee reduced to $30,000 from the previously announced $50,000.
Sweet Goodbye will attempt to become the latest female to bowl over the boys when she takes her six-for-eight lifetime record into the $200,000 Jim McKay Maryland Million Classic at Laurel Park Sept. 26.
Steeplechase Farm's Golden Ghost became the first winner and first stakes winner for 2004 Horse of the Year Ghostzapper when he finished in a dead heat for win with Toboggan Slide in the $75,000 First State Dash Stakes at Delaware Park Aug. 22.
|Horse||Trainer||Breeder / Owner|
|Clever Ralph||Randy Nunley||
|Filled With Wonder||Scott A. Lake||
|Golden Ghost||Michael E. Gorham||
|Gone Clubbing||Aimee D. Hall||
|Invested||Timothy F. Ritchey||
|King Zog||Michael P. Petro||
|Kinsman Redeemer||Mark Shuman||
|Phil's Prospect||Gary Capuano||
|R B Applause||Randy Nunley||
|R B Encore||Randy Nunley||
|Toboggan Slide||H. Graham Motion||
|Yourhythmic||Lynn A. Ashby||
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Upcoming Stakes Entries
|New Mexico State Fair Thoroughbred Futurity||ALB|
|John Hettinger S.||BEL|
|Ricks Memorial S.||RP|
|Flashy Lady S.||RP|
|Remington Green S.||RP|