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Entries by William Baker
In accordance with state policy about non-essential travel, and in an attempt to protect the health of workers at Rancho San Miguel – and you, our clients – we are currently not receiving visitors and restricting access to the farm to essential personnel only. We thank you for your patience and understanding during this period […]
Sir Arthur Dayne (by Sir Prancealot) wins $250,000 USD Al Biddah Mile (G2-QA) at Doha in Qatar running the mile in 1:33 2/5. Watch race HERE.
First time starter Ecologist, who left the starting gate at 43-1 and despite a poor start and having to check and alter course in mid-stretch, impressively ran down the favorite late by 1 1/2 lengths (see chart) at Golden Gate Fields on February 7 to become the first winner by Grade 1 Winner Tom’s Tribute. […]
He looks great. Unsolicited comment: everybody in California should breed to this stallion. He has a 10.34 North American APEX A Runner Index; 1.00 is average. https://t.co/R28P924Uob — Bill Oppenheim (@billoppenheim) January 26, 2020 For more information regarding Sir Prancealot, look at this 2-page excerpt from Bill Oppenheim’s “Stallion Spectator Review (SSR)’s Year-End 2019 […]
The legend of Sir Prancealot in America: 14 starters, 25 wins, 3GSWrs, 4SWrs, 6 SHs and earnings over $2.6 million. Sir Prancealot raced 6 times at 2 in a four month period of time, winning 3 races in England, including a G2 in his final start and placing second in a G2 and fourth in […]
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