Preachinatthebar after his biggest win, the San Felipe (gr. II)

Preachinatthebar after his biggest win, the San Felipe (gr. II)

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Preachinatthebar Sires First Winner

Preachinatthbar's first winner scores by 4 3/4 lengths first time out.

Preachinatthebar’s first winner, Skyline Dawn Too, won at first asking, scoring by 4 3/4 lengths at Fair Meadows. She ran the four furlongs in :47.40 to win for breeder/owner James G. Burgess.

An Oklahoma-bred Skyline Dawn Too is out of the winning Beat the Feet mare Skyline Dawn.

A three-time graded stakes winner Preachinattbar (Silver Charm—Holy Nola, by Silver Deputy) stands at Pulse Ranches and Racing Stable near Union Gap, Wash. His 2011 fee was $1,000.