New York Derby

Race 8 at Finger Lakes on July 12, 2008

  • Grade
  • One And One Sixteenth Miles
  • $150,000
  • 3 yo
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:45.97
Order of Finish
1

Tin Cup Chalice

Crusader Sword  – Twice Forbidden

3YO

$95,760
  • J:Pedro A. Rodriguez
  • T:Michael A. Lecesse
  • B:Mike Lecesse
  • O:Michael A. LeCesse and Scott Vanlaer
  • Margin:
  • Sire: Crusader Sword , Bay, 1985. Lifetime: 150 yearlings sold, median $11,250.
  • Broodmare Sire: Spectacular Bid , Gray, 1976.
  • Sale History: 2005 NEWOCT, $2,000.
2

Almighty Silver

Catienus  – Silver Sonnet

3YO

$31,920
  • J:Dennis Carr
  • T:Charlton Baker
  • B:Kenneth L. Ramsey & Sarah K. Ramsey
  • O:Kenneth L. and Sarah K. Ramsey
  • Margin:9
  • Sire: Catienus , Dark Bay or Brown, 1994. Lifetime: 161 yearlings sold, median $5,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Silver Deputy , Bay, 1985.
  • Sale History: 2006 KEESEP, $22,000.
3

That'srightofficer

Officer  – Jerome's Folly

3YO

$15,960
  • J:John A. Grabowski
  • T:Richard E. Schosberg
  • B:William Ammann Trust
  • O:Clear Stars Stable
  • Margin:
  • Sire: Officer , Dark Bay or Brown, 1999. Lifetime: 315 yearlings sold, median $28,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Turkoman , Dark Bay or Brown, 1982.
  • Sale History: 2007 FTM2YO, $60,000.
4

Alexandros

Mayakovsky  – Aristie

3YO

$7,980
  • J:John R. Davila, Jr.
  • T:Del W. Carroll, II
  • B:Estate of Athena C. Kouray
  • O:Kouray, Steven X. and Sarris, Katina P. and Athanasios K.
5

Vee El Tee

Mayakovsky  – Fightforwhatsright

3YO

$4,788
  • J:Robert Messina
  • T:Sal Iorio, Jr.
  • B:William J Phelan Jr.
  • O:William J. Phelan, Jr.
6

Judge William

Judge T C  – Pretty Quick

3YO

$3,192
  • J:Jeremias Flores
  • T:Scott M. Schwartz
  • B:Thomas Dushas
  • O:Herbert T. and Carol A. Schwartz
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