Wheels Up At Noon

  • Dark Bay or Brown Colt
  • Born 2004
  • FL-Bred
  • Trainer:

    Helen Pitts

  • Jockey:

    Rajiv Maragh

  • Owner:

    Eldon Farm, LLC

  • Breeder:

    Mr. & Mrs. William A.T. Rainbow, William A.T. Rainbow Jr. & Catherine R. Rainbow

Wheels Up At Noon

Outflanker Danzig
Lassie's Lady
Noontime Jet Tri Jet
Noontime Splendor
Five-Cross Pedigree
Sale / Hip / Type Buyer / Consignor Price

FTMSEP2005

Hip 604 | Yearling
  • Wes Carter
  • White Oaks, for The Acorn
$10,000

FTMMAY2006

Hip 391 | Two-year-old
  • Ann W. Merryman, agent
  • Wes Carter, agent
$55,000
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    Strike a Deal Gets Elusive Victory in NY

    Jayeff B Stables' Strike a Deal, who had been winless for nearly 18 months, finally tasted victory Nov. 8, as the 4-year-old colt stayed close to the pace, struck the front in upper stretch, and pulled away for a resounding seven-length victory in the $150,000 Red Smith Handicap (gr. IIT) on a rainy afternoon at Aqueduct.

  • Icy Atlantic looks to end his five-race winless streak by repeating in the Red Bank Stakes.

    Icy Atlantic Shoots For Red Bank Repeat

    Hotstufanthensome was claimed for $62,5000 by trainer Terri Pompay for Main Street Stable's in January. Since then the 8-year-old Awesome Again gelding was a well-beaten fifth in the Elkwood, won by a head in a 1 1/16-mile optional claiming July 3 at Monmouth and stalked the pace but came up just short in the Oceanport.

  • Wheels Up At Noon Upset Rodney Winner

    Upset-minded Wheels Up At Noon used a perfect stalking trip for Javier Castellano to win the $200,900 Caesar Rodney Stakes, leaving the 7-5 choice Silver Tree behind by 2 1/4 lengths at Delaware Park July 13.

  • Summer Doldrums took the Colonial Turf Cup earlier this summer

    Hawthorne Derby: Summer Doldrums Hopes Experience Provides Edge

    Success may not follow Summer Doldrums all the time, but the son of Street Cry has been competitive in nearly all his 12 career starts, many of them in graded stakes competition. That back class will make him one of the horses to beat, as a field of 11 3-year-olds will try the $250,000 Hawthorne Derby (gr. IIIT) Oct. 13, a 1 1/8-mile test on the turf.

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