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|Jan 26 2013||Forward Gal Gulfstream Park||II||7 F||1||REPLAY|
|Jan 1 2013||Old Hat Gulfstream Park||III||6 F||1||REPLAY|
|Nov 2 2012||Grey Goose Juvenile Fillies Oak Tree at Santa Anita||I||1 1/16 M||4||REPLAY|
Pletcher won the 2010 Kentucky Derby with Super Saver and trained Rags to Riches to win the Kentucky Oaks in 2007 and Princess of Sylmar for win the 2013 Kentucky Oaks. He won four straight Eclipse Awards as top trainer from 2004-2007 and again in 2010. He has trained multiple Eclipse champions including Uncle Mo, Ashado, English Channel, Speighstown, Fleet Indian, Wait a While, Lawyer Ron, and Left Bank.
Stonestreet Stables LLC
Stonestreet Stables LLC is the estate of the late Jess Jackson. His wife, Barbara Banke along with the children are carrying on the racing tradition established by Jackson. Jess Jackson raced horses in the 1960s but became a major player in the industry in 2003 buy purchasing a large number of high profile broodmares at the sales. He followed that up with private purchases of eventual HOYs Curlin and Rachel Alexandra. He began the famed Kendall-Jackson wineries and Stonestreet has farms in Lexington, Kentucky and in Ocala, Florida.
Kauai Katie is by top sire Malibu Moon, who never got a chance to strut his stuff on track but has more than made up for that in the breeding shed.
The 16-year-old stallion made just two starts, but immediately hit pay dirt in the breeding shed with Grade 2 winner Perfect Moon from his first crop in 2001. His second crop was even better, showcasing champion Declan’s Moon and Grade 1 heroine Malibu Mint.
Malibu Moon is also the sire of such Grade 1-winning star fillies as Life at Ten, Devil May Care and Ask the Moon.
Kauai Katie’s dam is the stakes-winning More Than Ready mare More Than Pretty, who competed past seven furlongs just once in her two seasons of racing.
More Than Pretty’s second registered foal, a full sister to Kauai Katie named Winding Way, has thus far followed in her dam’s hoofsteps by sticking to sprinting distances and captured a Grade 3 going 6 ½ furlongs at Del Mar last August.
Kauai Katie’s one foray past 6 ½ furlongs, the 1 1/16-mile BC Juvenile Fillies, resulted in a fourth-placing. She cut back to shorter distances while taking her sophomore bow in a six-furlong Grade 3 contest on New Year’s Day.
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