Rebel S. (G2)

Race 10 at Oaklawn Park on March 19, 2011

  • Grade II
  • 1 1/16 miles
  • Dirt
  • $300,000
  • 3 yo
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:42.19
Order of Finish
1

The Factor

War Front  – Greyciousness

3YO Colt

$180,000
  • J:Martin Garcia
  • T:Bob Baffert
  • B:H & W Thoroughbreds
  • O:Fog City Stable and Bolton, George
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: War Front , Bay, 2002. Lifetime: 263 yearlings sold, median $210,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Miswaki , Chestnut, 1978.
  • Sale History: 2008 KEENOV, $50,000; 2009 FTKJUL, $40,000; 2010 BAR2YO, $250,000.
2

Caleb's Posse

Posse  – Abbey's Missy

3YO Colt

$60,000
  • J:Eusebio Razo, Jr.
  • T:Donnie K. Von Hemel
  • B:Don C. McNeill
  • O:McNeill Stables, LLC and Cheyenne Stables, LLC
  • Margin:neck
  • TrueNicks: B+
  • Sire: Posse , Bay, 2000. Lifetime: 301 yearlings sold, median $20,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Slewacide , Bay, 1980.
3

Archarcharch

Arch  – Woodman's Dancer

3YO Colt

$30,000
  • J:Jon Kenton Court
  • T:William H. Fires
  • B:Grapestock LLC
  • O:Yagos, Robert and Loval
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A
  • Sire: Arch , Dark Bay or Brown, 1995. Lifetime: 553 yearlings sold, median $60,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Woodman , Chestnut, 1983.
  • Sale History: 2009 KEESEP, $60,000.
4

Saratoga Red

Eddington  – Sigh of Relief

3YO Colt

$15,000
  • J:Terry J. Thompson
  • T:D. Wayne Lukas
  • B:Richard Reed & Tiffany Zammit, Mark Sleeth & Joan Sleeth
  • O:Baker, Robert C. and Mack, WIlliam L.
5

J W Blue

Sky Mesa  – Kentucky Storm

3YO Colt

$9,000
  • J:Joseph Rocco, Jr.
  • T:Anthony W. Dutrow
  • B:The Elkstone Group LLC
  • O:The Elkstone Group LLC
6

Sway Away

Afleet Alex  – Seattle Shimmer

3YO Colt

$1,500
  • J:Garrett K. Gomez
  • T:Jeff Bonde
  • B:Billy Tillery & Bob Sliger
  • O:Batman Stable, Olsen, C., Wallace, G., Sharp A. and Lebherz, B., E. and P.
7

J P's Gusto

Successful Appeal  – Call Her Magic

3YO Ridgling

$1,500
  • J:Ramon A. Dominguez
  • T:Joseph Petalino
  • B:WinStar Farm, LLC
  • O:Gem, Inc. (Waken)
8

Picko's Pride

Cactus Ridge  – Cayce Lady

3YO Colt

$1,500
  • J:Israel Ocampo
  • T:McLean Robertson
  • B:E. H. Beau Lane III
  • O:Butzow, Barry and Joni
9

Bluegrass Jam

Bluegrass Cat  – Strawberry Way

3YO Colt

$1,500
  • J:Michael C. Baze
  • T:William H. Fires
  • B:WinStar Farm, LLC
  • O:Patricia B. Blass
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