Breeders' Cup Classic (G1)

Race 9 at Oak Tree At Santa Anita on October 25, 2008

  • Grade I
  • One And One Fourth Miles
  • All Weather Track
  • $5,000,000
  • 3 yo's & up
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:59.27
Payoffs
  Raven's Pass $29.00 $15.80 $8.00
  Henrythenavigator $22.00 $11.20
  Tiago $7.00
$2 Exacta (8-5) $319.00
$2 Trifecta (8-5-3) $4790.00
$2 Superfecta (8-5-3-9) $20,472.00
Order of Finish
1

Raven's Pass

Elusive Quality  – Ascutney

3YO

$2,700,000
  • J:Lanfranco Dettori
  • T:John H. M. Gosden
  • B:Stonerside Stable
  • O:H.R.H. Princess Haya of Jordan (Lessee) Darley Stable (Lessor)
2

Henrythenavigator

Kingmambo  – Sequoyah (IRE)

3YO

$1,000,000
  • J:John R. Velazquez
  • T:Aidan P. O'Brien
  • B:Western Bloodstock
  • O:Mrs. John Magnier
  • Margin:¾
  • Sire: Kingmambo , Bay, 1990. Lifetime: 339 yearlings sold, median $240,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Sadler's Wells , Bay, 1981.
3

Tiago

Pleasant Tap  – Set Them Free

4YO

$500,000
  • J:Mike E. Smith
  • T:John A. Shirreffs
  • B:Mr. & Mrs. J. S. Moss
  • O:Mr. & Mrs. Jerome S. Moss
  • Margin:neck
  • Sire: Pleasant Tap , Bay, 1987. Lifetime: 362 yearlings sold, median $15,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Stop the Music , Bay, 1970.
4

Curlin

Smart Strike  – Sherriff's Deputy

4YO

$255,000
  • J:Robby Albarado
  • T:Steven M. Asmussen
  • B:Fares Farm Inc
  • O:Stonestreet Stables, LLC & M. Garretson, Receiver, dba Midnight Cry
5

Go Between

Point Given  – Mediation (IRE)

5YO

$125,000
  • J:Garrett K. Gomez
  • T:William I. Mott
  • B:Vegso Racing Stable
  • O:Peter Vegso
6

Colonel John

Tiznow  – Sweet Damsel

3YO

  • J:Edgar S. Prado
  • T:Eoin G. Harty
  • B:WinStar Farm, LLC
  • O:WinStar Farms, LLC
7

Smooth Air

Smooth Jazz  – Air France

3YO

  • J:Manoel R. Cruz
  • T:Bennie F. Stutts, Jr.
  • B:Mount Joy Stables
  • O:Mount Joy Stables, Inc.
8

Champs Elysees (GB)

Danehill  – Hasili (IRE)

5YO

  • J:Alan Garcia
  • T:Robert J. Frankel
  • B:Juddmonte Farms Inc
  • O:Juddmonte Farms
9

Duke of Marmalade (IRE)

Danehill  – Love Me True

4YO

  • J:John Patrick Murtagh
  • T:Aidan P. O'Brien
  • B:Southern Bloodstock
  • O:Mrs. John Magnier & Michael Tabor
10

Fairbanks

Giant's Causeway  – Alaska Queen

5YO

  • J:Richard Migliore
  • T:Todd A. Pletcher
  • B:Kidder, Griggs, Mamakos
  • O:Team Valor International
11

Student Council

Kingmambo  – Class Kris

6YO

  • J:Shaun Bridgmohan
  • T:Steven M. Asmussen
  • B:W. S. Farish
  • O:Millennium Farms
12

Casino Drive

Mineshaft  – Better Than Honour

3YO

  • J:Victor Espinoza
  • T:Kazuo Fujisawa
  • B:Shell Bloodstock
  • O:Hidetoshi Yamamoto
Keeneland Sales Graduate denotes Keeneland Sales Graduate
  • Hip 987, a colt by Curlin, brought $850,000

    Curlin Colt Moves to Top of Keeneland Session

    Nearing the halfway point of the Sept. 14 session of the Keeneland September yearling sale, a Curlin colt garnered the top price of the day to that point when purchased by Ken McPeek for Fern Circle for $850,000.

  • Hip 820, a colt by Curlin out of Sumptuous, sells for $725,000

    Curlin Colt Goes to Juddmonte Farms for $725,000

    The colt (Hip 820) was bred and raised by Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings and sold by Francis and Barbara Vanlangendonck's Summerfield consignment. Sumptuous is a half sister to graded stakes winner Strike It Rich (by Unbridled's Song).

  • Applicator wins the Tourist Mile Stakes at Kentucky Downs

    Applicator Upsets Tourist Mile at Kentucky Downs

    It was a long time between stakes wins for Olympia Star's Applicator, but the 4-year-old Henrythenavigator gelding fired his best shot Sept. 6 to defeat a quality field in the $400,000 Tourist Mile at Kentucky Downs.

  • Trainer Robertino Diodoro, who trains the recently claimed Chief No It All

    Shipper Draws Intrigue to Canadian Derby

    Trooper John, the winner of five straight, is the morning-line favorite for Northlands Park's Aug. 19 Canadian Derby (G3), but will be challenged by Chief Know It All, a recent $100,000 claim at Churchill Downs.

  • Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale Day 1 Recap

    Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sale Day 1 Recap

    Claire Novak recaps day 1 of the Fasig-Tipton selected yearling sale including comments from Ian Brennan, Craig Bandoroff and Boyd Browning. Sponsored by Taylor Made Sales Agency.

  • Hip 45, a Curlin colt, was the Aug. 7 session topper

    Curlin Colt Tops Strong First Session of Saratoga Sale

    Coming into the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga selected yearling sale, there was a feel-good buzz on the sale grounds, and the first session did not disappoint, with across-the-board gains in the key statistical categories and a decline in the buy-back rate.

  • Hip 34 sold for $750,000

    First Curlin Sold at Saratoga Brings $750,000

    Juddmonte Farms, which had already bought two other yearlings, picked up a daughter of Purple Cat (Bluegrass Cat). Second dam produced grade 1 winner Sky Diva and Quick Little Miss.

  • Gun Runner takes the Whitney with style

    Gun Runner Cruises in Whitney

    Cruising for home on his lonesome under a confident ride from Florent Geroux, the 3-5 Steve Asmussen-trained favorite continued to draw away en route to a 5 1/4-length win over Keen Ice.

  • Arrogate, Where Are You?

    The more Arrogate accomplishes, the more we want to see if he can top it. Unlike the vast majority of today's champions, we want to know just how high a ceiling our champions have.

  • Belmont Stakes winner Tapwrit sells as Hip 34 at the 2015 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga yearling sale

    Quality Over Quantity in Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Catalog

    Although the 227 head cataloged for the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga selected yearling sale reflects a 9.9% decline from the 252 entered last year, sales company officials said it is not lacking in the quality that has become the auction's trademark.

  • Gun Runner wins the Stephen Foster Handicap by seven lengths

    Gun Runner Powers to Easy Stephen Foster Win

    In his first start since finishing second in the March 25 Dubai World Cup (G1), Winchell Thoroughbreds and Three Chimneys Farm's Gun Runner drew off in the stretch for an easy victory in the Stephen Foster Handicap (G1) June 17 at Churchill Downs.

  • Smart Strike

    Solid Strike

    Smart Strike’s biomechanical profile reveals he was a natural two-turn individual with as much power as stride, the kind of horse that can get out there and stalk and then keep going until the rest are left behind.

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