Naughty New Yorker

  • Bay Horse
  • Born 2002
  • NY -Bred
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Connections

Trainer Patrick J. Kelly
Jockey Edgar S. Prado
Owner Fox Ridge Farm, Inc.
Breeder Dr. William B. Wilmot & Dr. Joan M. Taylor

Pedigree

Naughty New Yorker View Five-Cross Pedigree Quiet American Fappiano
Demure
Naughty Natisha Known Fact
Noble Natisha

Auction History

Sale / Hip Type Buyer Consignor Price
KEESEP2003
Hip 1165
Yearling Fred Seitz, agent for Stepwise Farm ($70,000)
OBSMAR2004
Hip 309
Two-year-old Fox Ridge Farm Nick de Meric, agent $145,000
KEENOV2010
Hip 3751
Racing or stallion prospect Bluegrass Thoroughbred Services, agent for Fox Ridge Farm ($47,000)

Prices in parentheses indicate a horse did not sell because it did not meet its reserve price.

'Lute's Ready to Roll in Cigar Mile

'Lute's Ready to Roll in Cigar Mile

When you have a horse at the top of his game, seize the moment and have some fun, says trainer Bob Baffert. With an Eclipse Award as top sprinter all but a certainty, Midnight Lute looks to add to his laurels in the $300,000 Hill 'n' Dale Cigar Mile (gr.I) at Aqueduct Nov. 24.

Magna Graduate Passes Excelsior BC Test

Corinthian, after jumping in the air at the start, never reached contention, leaving the Excelsior Breeders' Cup Handicap (gr. III) for second choice Magna Graduate under a picture perfect ride from John Velazquez for trainer Todd Pletcher.

Theft Tactics Work for Naughty New Yorker

Fox Ridge Farm's Naughty New Yorker, allowed to set a leisurely pace under Jean-Luc Samyn, drew away from favored Angliana at the eighth pole to win the $147,000 Red Smith Handicap, which was moved from the turf to dirt at Aqueduct Saturday.

Sadness in Woodward for Flower Alley's Connections

The running of the $500,000 Woodward (gr. I) Saturday at Saratoga could turn out to be the most crucial start of the year for 2005 Travers (gr. I) champion Flower Alley. It will be the colt's first race since the death of his breeder, George Brunacini, one of 49 people who perished Sunday morning in the crash of Comair Flight 5191 in Lexington.

West Virginia Rolls Into Empire Classic

Spite the Devil and West Virginia, the first two finishers in last year's Empire Classic at Belmont Park, return for Saturday's renewal of the $250,000 race, the centerpiece of the $1 million New York Showcase Day for state breds.

Naughty New Yorker Rallies in Albany

Fox Ridge Farm's Naughty New Yorker beat Carminooch by a half-length Wednesday in the $150,000 Albany Stakes for 3-year-old New York-breds at Saratoga Race Course.

Naughty New Yorker Favored in New York Derby

After charging from 14 lengths back to win the Mike Lee Stakes at Belmont Park on June 26, Naughty New Yorker will face 11 foes on Saturday afternoon at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack, as he looks to capture the 33rd renewal of the $150,000 New York Derby, and with it the second leg of the OTB's Big Apple Triple.

It's Now or Never for Eight Wood Starters

It's now or never for the eight starters entered in Saturday's $750,000 Wood Memorial (gr. I). If any hope to make it to the May 7 Kentucky Derby (gr. I), they must deliver the goods in the Wood, especially with only two of the participants – Bellamy Road and Survivalist – on the top 20 list of graded earnings.

Grocer Can Gallop in Gotham

Saturday's $150,000 Gotham Stakes (gr. III) at Aqueduct drew three strong Kentucky Derby (gr. I) contenders in Galloping Grocer, Naughty New Yorker, and Survivalist in the field of nine. While all three would prefer two turns, Galloping Grocer has the brilliance to bounce back off his fourth in the Whirlaway with a big performance.

Sort It Out Spoils Grocer's Return in Whirlaway

Preferred Pals Stable's outsider Sort It Out spoiled the sophomore debut of odds-on favorite Galloping Grocer on Saturday, winning the $84,150 Whirlaway for 3-year-olds at a 1 1/16 miles by a neck over Naughty New Yorker.

Scrappy T Holds Off 'New Yorker in Count Fleet

Dismissed at odds of 11-1, Marshall E. Dowell's Scrappy T, shook away from an early pace duel and then held off favored Naughty New Yorker by a length to win Saturday's $83,175 Count Fleet for 3-year-olds at a mile and seventy yards.

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