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Apr 5 2014 Santa Anita Oaks Santa Anita Park I 1 1/16 Miles 1 REPLAY
Feb 1 2014 Las Virgenes Santa Anita Park I 1 Mile 1 REPLAY


Simon Callaghan


Simon Callaghan, of Newmarket, England, currently resides and trains horses in California.  Callaghan left school at the age of 16 to pursue his work with horses, and has learned from the industry's most premier trainers including Richard Hannon also of Newmarket, Todd Pletcher, and his own father Neville Callaghan.  Of racing, Callaghan says, "I was always very taken with the horse industry and always wanted to train.  It was the only field in racing I wanted to do."

Gary Stevens


Gary Stevens is an Eclipse Award winning jockey with wins in 8 Triple Crown races including 3 Kentucky Derbies. Gary is originally from Idaho where he grew up in a horse racing family. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997, Gary has won nearly every major race around the world including 8 Breeders Cup races and the Dubai World Cup. He starred in the Academy Award nominated film Seabiscuit playing the role of George Woolf in 2003. In 2005 he retired from racing and became a broadcast racing analyst for NBC. He recently returned to the saddle and back to his familiar spot in the winner's circle. Some of the top horses Gary has ridden include, Winning Colors, Thunder Gulch, Silver Charm, Point Given, Silverbulletday, Victory Gallop and Da Hoss.

Arnold Zetcher LLC & Michael B. Tabor


Arnold Zetcher is former President, Chairman, and CEO of Talbot’s, a women's clothing store chain. Zetcher is a longtime horseracing fan, and witnessed the race between the great Buckpasser and Secretariat at Arlington Park in Chicago; he bought a winning ticket on Secretariat and keeps it as a souvenir.  In 2011, Zetcher's horses Midnight Interlude and Liaison competed in the Kentucky Derby.  Michael B. Tabor, born in London, England, resides in Monte Carlo, Manaco and Barbados.  Tabor is ranked as one of the richest men in Britain, with a reported fortune of more than $1.2 Billion.  Tabor began filling his horse stable in 1994, and his first equine superstar, Thunder Gulch, won the 1995 Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes.


Old Fashioned--Miss Puzzle, by Citidancer

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Fashion Plate is from the first crop of relatively young sire Old Fashioned, who has had just two crops thus far. The early favorite for the 2009 Kentucky Derby, the gray was forced to retire after suffering a non-displaced slab fracture to his right knee following the Arkansas Derby.

Old Fashioned entered his final race owning wins in the Southwest and Remsen and headed to the breeding shed having also placed in the Arkansas Derby and Rebel.

Fashion Plate joined this year’s Old Hat victress Sweet Whiskey as her sire’s top offspring after taking the Las Virgenes in sophomore and stakes debut on February 1.

Fashion Plate is out of the listed-placed Citidancer mare Miss Puzzle, making her a half-sister to stakes-placed Mr. Candy Bar.

Miss Puzzle is a daughter of dual Group 3-placed Miss Tree, who is herself a half-sister to New Zealand Horse of the Year and multiple champion Tit for Taat.

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