Keyword: Pretty Polly Stakes

  • Zhukova draws away from male rivals to win the Man o' War Stakes at Belmont Park

    Zhukova Heads Pretty Polly Stakes

    John Murrell's Zhukova, winner of the Man o' War Stakes (G1T) at Belmont Park in her last outing, heads a field of 11 for the July 2 Pretty Poly Stakes (G1) at the Curragh in Ireland.

  • Diamondsandrubies Makes All in Pretty Polly

    Diamondsandrubies won the Sea The Stars Pretty Polly Stakes (Ire-I) in a front-running tour de force that saw her hold off favorite Legatissimo by a short head June 28 at the Curragh.

  • Sunderland Holding to Sponsor Pretty Polly

    Sunderland Holding Inc., the company of the Hong Kong-based Tsui family, owner of 2009 European Horse of the Year Sea The Stars, has agreed to sponsor the Pretty Polly Stakes (Ire-I), scheduled for June 28 at the Curragh.

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    Thistle Bird Swoops for Pretty Polly Win

    Thistle Bird struck for her first top-level win at age 6 when overtaking front-runner Venus de Milo to capture the Pretty Polly Stakes (Ire-I) June 29 at the Curragh.

  • Ambivalent Makes All in Pretty Polly Surprise

    With last year's Epsom Oaks (Eng-I) winner and runner-up swiftly closing in at the finish, pacesetter Ambivalent held on valiantly to win the Pretty Polly Stakes (Ire-I) June 30 at the Curragh.

  • Izzi Top Wheels to Pretty Polly Victory

    Izzi Top charged past longtime leader Sapphire with a furlong remaining and drew off to a comfortable 1 1/4-length victory in the Barclays Bank Ireland Pretty Polly Stakes (Ire-I) at the Curragh July 1.

  • Misty For Me is all alone at the finish of the Pretty Polly.

    Misty For Me Clear Winner in Pretty Polly

    Misty For Me grabbed the lead from the start and never looked back, drawing off in the final furlong to win the $284,558 Stobart Ireland Pretty Polly Stakes (Ire-I) at the Curragh by six lengths over Midday June 25.