Father Bill Daly S.

Race 8 at Belmont Park on October 24, 2008

  • Grade
  • Seven Furlongs
  • Turf
  • $75,000
  • 3 yo's & up
  • 8:00 PM
  • 1:20.19
Order of Finish
1

4YO

$46,350
  • J:Eddie Castro
  • T:Angel J. Penna, Jr.
  • B:W. S. Farish
  • O:Lazy F Ranch, Farish, W.S.
2

Prince Woodman

Woodman  – Queen Mama

5YO

$15,450
  • J:Richard Migliore
  • T:Richard A. Violette, Jr.
  • B:Roger Davenport
  • O:Mack, Earle, I.
  • Margin:½
  • Sire: Woodman , Chestnut, 1983. Lifetime: 706 yearlings sold, median $75,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Seattle Slew , Dark Bay or Brown, 1974.
  • Sale History: 2004 KEESEP, $15,000; 2005 OBSAPR, $65,000.
3

Perfect Casting

Diesis (GB)  – Seasonal Style (IRE)

4YO

$7,725
  • J:Rajiv Maragh
  • T:Christophe Clement
  • B:Moyglare Stud Farm, Ltd.
  • O:Moyglare Stud
  • Margin:¾
  • Sire: Diesis (GB) , Chestnut, 1980. Lifetime: 392 yearlings sold, median $80,403.
  • Broodmare Sire: Generous (IRE) , Chestnut, 1988.
4

Connecticut Yankee

Yankee Gentleman  – Slippin Clear

3YO

$3,863
  • J:Norberto Arroyo, Jr.
  • T:James A. Jerkens
  • B:Equus Farm
  • O:Birsh, Philip, S., Gildin, William
5

4YO

$2,318
  • J:Jose L. Espinoza
  • T:Christophe Clement
  • B:Peter Karches & Michael Rankowitz
  • O:Rankowitz, Michael, Karches, Susan
6

Prince Rahy

Rahy  – Hishi Lover

6YO

$386
  • J:Christopher P. DeCarlo
  • T:Frank A. Alexander
  • B:Masaichiro Abe
  • O:Dogwood Stable
7

5YO

$386
  • J:Nick Santagata
  • T:Athanasios Kokoronis
  • B:Brereton C. Jones & Fred Trainor
  • O:Abdala, Albert, P.
8

Starvinsky

Stravinsky  – Societe Royale (IRE)

4YO

$386
  • J:Michael J. Luzzi
  • T:Bruce C. Jackson
  • B:Catleton Group
  • O:Shultz, Richard, L.
9

I'm Only Laughing

Wheaton  – Carefree Laughter

6YO

$386
  • J:Channing Hill
  • T:Timothy A. Hills
  • B:Larry Foggle
  • O:Foggle, Laurence, I.
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