Cowgirls Don't Cry

  • Chestnut Filly
  • Born 2004
  • KY-Bred
  • Trainer:

    Kenneth G. McPeek

  • Jockey:

    E. T. Baird

  • Owner:

    Masa Otani

  • Breeder:

    Justice Farm, Greg Justice and Steve Justice

Cowgirls Don't Cry

Pure Prize Storm Cat
Heavenly Prize
Emphatic Style Crafty Prospector
Pebble Patter
Five-Cross Pedigree
Sale / Hip / Type Buyer / Consignor Price

FTKJUL2005

Hip 85 | Yearling
  • Justice Farm, for Justice Farm
($12,000)

FTMMAY2006

Hip 177 | Two-year-old
  • Joseph Brocklebank, agent
  • Bloodstock Management, agent
$105,000

FTKNOV2008

Hip 120 | Broodmare
  • Chuck Miller Thoroughbreds
  • Bluegrass Thoroughbred Services, agent
$200,000

KEEJAN2011

Hip 325 | Broodmare
  • Shadai Farm
  • Taylor Made Sales Agency, agent
$340,000
Prices in parentheses indicate a horse did not sell because it did not meet its reserve price.
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