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Prep Race HistoryDownload Past Performances
|Apr 10 2010||Arkansas Derby Oaklawn Park||I||1 1/8 Mile||5||REPLAY|
|Mar 13 2010||Rebel Stakes Oaklawn Park||II||1 1/16 Mile||2||N/A|
|Dec 19 2009||CashCall Futurity Hollywood Park||I||1 1/16||2||N/A|
|Nov 7 2009||Breeders' Cup Juvenile Oak Tree at Santa Anita||1 1/16M||3||N/A|
McPeek's best finish in the Kentucky Derby came in 1995 with Tejano Run, who ran second. He won the 2002 Belmont Stakes with Sarava the longest shot on the board at 70-1. His horse, Noble’s Promise, finished fifth in the 2010 Kentucky Derby. Tejano Run became McPeek’s first standout runner in 1995. The colt was purchased for $20,000 and made $1.1 million on the racetrack helping showcase McPeek's talents in purchasing horses and developing them into talented runners. In 2005, McPeek took time away from training horses to focus on being a bloodstock agent.
Martinez came to the U.S. in 1988 and began working as a groom and hotwalker at Finger Lakes Race Track in New York. He took out his jockey’s license in 1989 and won his first race at Tampa Bay Downs. Martinez has won riding titles at Elli Park, Tampa Bay, Turfway Park, Keeneland, and Hileah Park.
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- Nobles’ Promise is by Cuvee, who achieved his biggest success in races up to seven furlongs.
- Cuvee’s stakes wins include the Futurity S. (G1) at seven furlongs and the Saratoga Special S. (G2) at 6 1/2 furlongs.
- Noble’s Promise is Cuvee’s most successful offspring to date.
- Noble’s Promise’s dam, The Devil’s Trick, is by sprint specialist Clever Trick and is a half-sister to New Economy, who captured the La Prevoyante H. (G2) over 1 1/2 miles on grass.
- Far Beyond, the third dam of Noble’s Promise, is the ancestress of champion turf mare Soaring Softly, a multiple Grade 1 winner at 10 furlongs and beyond, and Plenty of Grace, who captured the 1990 Yellow Ribbon Invitational (G1) at 1 1/4 miles on turf.
- This female family is also responsible for Canadian champion Wavering Girl and her Grade 1-winning son Military, as well as Grade 2 heroes Diabolical, Duality, Tricky Creek, Parade Ground, Parade Leader and Speed Dialer.
- While there is plenty of class in this female family, the sprint-heavy male line and broodmare sire line suggest Noble’s Promise might have some distance limitations.
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