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Date Race Grade Distance Finish Chart Replay
Apr 5 2014 Santa Anita Oaks Santa Anita Park I 1 1/16 Miles 2 REPLAY
Feb 22 2014 Rachel Alexandra Fair Grounds III 1 1/16 Miles 4 REPLAY
Nov 2 2013 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Santa Anita Park I 1 1/16 Miles 1 REPLAY


Bob Baffert


Hall of Fame conditioner Bob Baffert won the Kentucky Derby back-to-back in 1997 and 1998 with Silver Charm and Real Quiet, and again in 2002 with War Emblem. He has saddled 24 horses in the Run for the Roses through 2014. The silver-haired trainer has also captured the Preakness Stakes a record-tying five times and earned the Eclipse Award for outstanding trainer three times. Baffert has saddled two Kentucky Oaks winners, Silverbulletday and Plum Pretty. In total, he has sent out the winners of nine Triple Crown races and 10 Breeders’ Cup events. 

Mike Smith


The son of a jockey, Smith, rode in his first race at age 11.  In 2005 Smith guided Giacomo to a win in the Kentucky Derby, and in 2013 rode Princess of Sylmar to victory in the Kentucky Oaks. He has won both the Preakness and Belmont Stakes and 17 Breeders' Cup races, including three Classics. He has won the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Jockey, the Mike Venezia Memorial Award, the  George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award, and was inducted in the the Hall of Fame in 2003. Mounts include: Azeri, Zenyatta, Holy Bull, Skip Away, Thunder Gulch, and Lure.

Christopher T. Dunn and Loooch Racing Stable, Inc.


Christopher Dunn from Castleton NY grew fond of the horse industry from spending summers in Saratoga Springs. Knew his future was bright after subsidizing part of college tuition from gambling on the ponies. After finding success in the surgical robot market, was rewarded the opportunity to enter into the claiming game in NY. Blessed to have a supporting wife and two loving children.Loooch Racing Stable, Inc. is owned by Ron Paolucci who is a lifelong racetracker, introduced to racing and gambling by his father and grandfather at a young age.  Paolucci resides in Stow, Ohio, but splits his time in Las Vegas and is anything but conservative when wagering whether it's poker, slots or horseracing.  As a teen, Paolucci was one of the best high school baseball players in the state of Ohio, but he blew off his studies and professional baseball scouts to gamble.  All he cares about is horses which led him to investing in them in 2011, and he now owns 50 to 60 horses.  Paolucci's biggest bet was in Ria Antonia's Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies race, when he wagered $6,000 and walked away with $700,000.


Rockport Harbor--Beer Baroness, by Mr. Greeley

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Ria Antonia became the top offspring of her sire, Grade 2 winner Rockport Harbor, when awarded the victory in last year’s BC Juvenile Fillies thanks to the disqualification of She’s a Tiger.

Rockport Harbor’s current three-year-old crop also includes Rise Up, who is on the Kentucky Derby trail thanks to his Delta Downs Jackpot win last season.

Ria Antonia’s dam is Beer Baroness, who is by multiple Grade 3 hero Mr. Greeley. That stallion also sired 2006 European champion two-year-old filly and dual Irish/English One Thousand Guineas victress Finsceal Beo.

Ria Antonia’s third dam foaled Grade 1 star Behaving Badly.

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