Multiple graded stakes winner Wild Gams has been named New Jersey-bred Horse of the Year and champion 3-year-old filly for 2006. Bred and owned by New Farm, the daughter of Forest Wildcat is trained by Ben Perkins, Jr.
- Bay Mare
- Born 2002
|Trainer||Edward T. Allard|
|Owner||Phillip J. Torsney|
|Breeder||Dr. Philip J. Torsney Jr.|
|I'mtoogoodtobetrue View Five-Cross Pedigree||Good and Tough||Carson City|
|Amy Be Good|
|Sale / Hip||Type||Buyer||Consignor||Price|
|Racing or broodmare prospect||Elk Manor Farm||Three Chimneys Sales, agent||$130,000|
|Broodmare||Glenn Burrows Bloodstock||Lane's End, agent||$97,000|
Gerry Sleeter's Who's the Cowboy was the star of the New Jersey Thoroughbred Festival at Monmouth Park Saturday, turning in a powerful performance to make the $100,000 Friendly Lover Handicap his fourth straight score at the meeting.
The Thoroughbred Breeders' Association of New Jersey named Char-Mari Stables' Park Avenue Ball Horse of the Year for 2005.
John Petrini's Joey P. wore down pacesetter War's Prospect in the stretch to win the $100,000 Friendly Lover Handicap at Monmouth Park on Saturday before a crowd of 13,018 on the third annual New Jersey Thoroughbred Festival, a day dedicated to horses bred in the Garden State.
Graded stakes winner Gators N Bears seeks redemption for his only loss at Monmouth Park in the $100,000 Friendly Lover Handicap Saturday, part of the New Jersey Thoroughbred Festival.
|V. E. Day|