Keeneland Sale Alumni River Seven, Frac Daddy Run 1-2 in Commonwealth Turf

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LEXINGTON, KY (Nov. 19, 2013) – River Seven edged a three-quarter-length win over fellow Keeneland sale graduate Frac Daddy in Saturday’s Commonwealth Turf (G3) at Churchill Downs. Also on Saturday, Keeneland-sold Mouro captured the Snowhite Maintenance Eclipse (G3) at Caulfield, and Prince Alzain took the Churchill (L) at Lingfield.




Keeneland sales alumni finished 1-2 in the Commonwealth Turf S. (G3) on 11/16 at Churchill Downs:

1- RIVER SEVEN, 3YO gelding by Johannesburg – Sans Souci Island ($80,000, 2011 Sept Yearling, Consignor- Eaton Sales, agent; Buyer- Hugo Merry Bloodstock) (career 12-3-5-1, $561,926) O- Tucci Stables; T- N. Gonzalez

2- Frac Daddy, 3YO colt by Scat Daddy – Skipper’s Mate ($20,000, 2010 Nov Breeding Stock, Consignor- Eaton Sales, agent, Buyer- Sugar Valley Farm; $50,000, 2011 Sept Yearling, Consignor- Eaton Sales, agent, Buyer- Magic City Thoroughbreds) O- Magic City Thoroughbreds; T- Ken McPeek

MOURO, 5YO horse by Grand Slam – Kalpita ($20,000, 2010 Sept Yearling, Consignor- Brookdale Sales, agent; Buyer- The Channel Consignment) Won Snowhite Maintenance Eclipse S. (G3) on 11/16 at Caulfield. O- Pipeliner Bloodstock Syndicate & A.J. McEvoy; B- Brookdale Farm (KY); T- Tony McEvoy

PRINCE ALZAIN, 4YO colt by Street Sense – Monaassabaat ($200,000, 2009 Nov Breeding Stock, Consignor- Paramount Sales, agent, Buyer- Rocco Bloodstock; $60,000, 2010 Sept Yearling, Consignor- Woods Edge Farm, agent, Buyer- Global Bloodstock) Won Churchill S. (L) on 11/16 at Lingfield (career 17-5-1-4, £79,653) O- Asaad Al Banwan; T- Gerard Butler



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