New Mexico State Racing Commission H.

Race 10 at Sunland Park on December 14, 2008

  • Grade
  • Six Furlongs
  • $125,000
  • 3 yo's & up Fillies and Mares
  • 7:00 PM
  • 1:09.54
Order of Finish
1

Peppers Pride

Desert God  – Lady Pepper

5YO

$75,000
  • J:Carlos D. Madeira
  • T:Joel H. Marr
  • B:Joe Allen
  • O:H. Joseph Allen
  • Margin:
  • Sire: Desert God , Bay, 1991. Lifetime: 58 yearlings sold, median $7,700.
  • Broodmare Sire: Chili Pepper Pie , Bay, 1975.
2

4YO

$27,500
  • J:Alfredo J. Juarez, Jr.
  • T:Todd W. Fincher
  • B:William Tandy Walker
  • O:Terry Millenbine
  • Margin:
  • Sire: Prince of Fame , Bay, 1986. Lifetime: 5 yearlings sold, median $2,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Convincingly , Bay, 1978.
3

Hang Glide

Dome  – Shes Flying

5YO

$12,500
  • J:Mark Anthony Villa
  • T:Bart G. Hone
  • B:Crystal Springs Farm
  • O:R. D. Hubbard
  • Margin:1
  • Sire: Dome , Dark Bay or Brown, 1998. Lifetime: 94 yearlings sold, median $6,200.
  • Broodmare Sire: Fappiano , Bay, 1977.
4

Mega Dome

Dome  – Fiery Secret

4YO

$5,000
  • J:Joe A. Martinez
  • T:Gerald E. Marr
  • B:Harold Burford
  • O:Janet Burford
5

Skirt Alert

Prospector Jones  – Founder's First

6YO

$2,500
  • J:Duane Lee Sterling
  • T:O. D. Jamison, Sr.
  • B:Richard Brunacini & Kay Thurman
  • O:Orville L. Blades
6

4YO

$1,250
  • J:Ken S. Tohill
  • T:Dick Cappellucci
  • B:Richard Brunacini & Kay Thurman
  • O:H I Desantis, D Cappellucci & J W Wolslager
7

Complete Pride

Desert God  – Lisa Lide

5YO

$625
  • J:Salvador Martinez
  • T:Joel H. Marr
  • B:Harry Joseph Allen
  • O:H. Joseph Allen
8

Pache Slew

Copelan's Pache  – Seattle Beauty

4YO

$625
  • J:Luis Medina
  • T:Jose A. Gonzalez
  • B:Douglas L. Lee
  • O:B. J. Lucero
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    The auction offers horseshoes worn by Afleet Alex and First Samurai, a VIP Three Chimneys tour, and autographed race photos. All proceeds help with the mission of racehorse retirement and rescue.

  • California Chrome

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  • Peppers Pride, who earned $1,066,085, is the top runner sired by Desert God.

    New Mexico Sire Desert God Pensioned

    New Mexico leading sire Desert God has been pensioned due to advancing age and fertility issues. He will reside at owner Joseph Allen's farm near Abilene, Texas. He did not cover any mares in the 2013 breeding season.

  • Black Caviar
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    Analysis: Finding a Match for Black Caviar

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  • Rapid Redux after his 19th win.

    'Redux' Pre-entered in Claiming Crown

    Robert Cole Jr.'s Rapid Redux will face four foes in his bid the evening of Nov. 21 to set the all-time modern North American record for consecutive victories. The gelding was pre-entered for the Dec. 3 Claiming Crown.

  • Rapid Redux

    Rapid Redux Approaches Historic Milestone

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  • It&#39;s number 18 for Rapid Redux.

    Rapid Redux One Win Closer to Tying Record

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  • Catching Up with Peppers Pride

    Photographer Anne Eberhardt stopped by Taylor Made Farm in Central Kentucky to visit with Peppers Pride. See how this beauty is doing now!

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    Peppers Pride Bred to Distorted Humor

    Peppers Pride, who holds the modern-day American record for consecutive wins, was bred March 27 to WinStar stallion Distorted Humor.

  • Eric Alwan, publicity director of Sunland Park

    Five Questions: Eric Alwan

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    Peppers Pride in Foal to Tiznow

    Peppers Pride, who holds the modern day American record for consecutive wins, is in foal to Tiznow from a March 23 cover.

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    Peppers Pride: Happy to be in Kentucky

    On a warm and windy overcast morning March 6, trainer Joel Marr stood pensive in the shedrow of his undefeated modern-day world record holder Peppers Pride's new home at Nathan Fox's Richland Hills Farm near Midway, Ky. Although in less than 24 hours, he will be bidding farewell to the best horse he has ever trained, Marr approached the subject with ease.

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