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|Apr 12 2014||Blue Grass Keeneland||I||1 1/8 Miles (S)||1||REPLAY|
|Feb 15 2014||El Camino Real Derby Golden Gate||III||1 1/8 Miles (S)||2||REPLAY|
|Sep 28 2013||FrontRunner Santa Anita Park||I||1 1/16 Miles||2||REPLAY|
Peter Eurton got into horse racing at a young age when his father would take him to the races. Because of his small stature and his father's encouragement he started his career in racing as a jockey at age 19. After his career as a jockey ended he excersied horses and learned under his stepfather trainer Steve Ippolito. Eurton became a trainer in 1985. Eurton saddled his first Grade I stakes winner with Wemissfrankie in the Del Mar Debutante who went on to finish 3rd in the 2011 Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies.
S. Alesia, Bran Jam Stable & Ciaglia Racing, LLC
Longtime partners, Sharon Alesia, Bran Jam Stable and Ciaglia Racing have been racing horses together with trainer Peter Eurton for years. Their first graded stakes winner was Weemissfrankie, named after deceased partner Frank Alesia, who won the Del Mar Debutante in 2011. Joe Ciaglia of Ciaglia Racing is the owner of California Skateparks, one of the premier designers of action sports facilities in the world, designing skateboard parks and facilities for the X Games. Joe Ciaglia and trainer Peter Eurton met in the 1990s through the friendship of their wives. Frank Alesia, one of Eurton's owners, helped educate Ciaglia about racing. The first horse to run under the partnership of Frank and Sharon Alesia, Bran Jam Stable and Ciaglia racing was a horse named Cee Dreams.
Dance with Fate is from the first crop of sprinter/miler Two Step Salsa. The winner of the 2008 Laz Barrera Memorial and Affirmed Handicap at Hollywood, Two Step Salsa became a millionaire after taking the 2009 Godolphin Mile on Dubai World Cup night.
Two Step Salsa has gotten off to a promising start as a sire, with his other first-crop representatives including Purchango and Conquest Two Step.
Dance with Fate likely inherits an added dose of speed from his dam, the winning Flirting with Fate. She has produced two other minor winners.
Flirting with Fate is by Saint Ballado, a full brother to Canadian Horse of the Year and outstanding broodmare Glorious Song, and to champion Devil's Bag.
Saint Ballado sired 2005 Horse of the Year Saint Liam, two-time champion Ashado, and 1997 Kentucky Derby near-misser Captain Bodgit. His daughters have produced the likes of two-time Canadian champion Roxy Gap, Charitable Man and Code West.
This is the family of multiple Grade 3 queen Biogio's Rose.
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