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Tim began his training career in New England racing at Rockingham Park and Suffolk Downs. He has been the leading trainer multiple times at Monmouth Park in New Jersey and always among the leaders on the Florida circuit as well. He trained Mooji Moo to an upset win in the Sunshine Millions . He has conditioned additional stakes horses Waquoit's Love, Joe's Son Joey, Famous Patriot and Kissin Jep.
Bejarano fell in love with horse racing while attending the races in his native Peru. He studied at the country’s jockey school and groomed horses in the mornings to pay for his tuition. In May of 2002 he came to the United States and won his first race in July that same year. He has won riding titles at all major tracks in California and Kentucky. He won the 2010 Kentucky Oaks aboard champion Blind Luck.He was the regular rider for Breeders Cup winners Intercontinental and Ginger Punch. Other top horses from 2011 include Liaison, Weemissfrankie and Euroears.
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Oaks Lily has the perfect name for a Kentucky Oaks winner, and comes from a female family that has already produced a third-place finisher in the race. That one was Sneaky Quiet, who ran in the 1995 Kentucky Oaks and is a half-sister to Oaks Lily’s dam, En Silence.
Oaks Lily is by Badge of Silver, who started his racing career in brilliant fashion when taking his first three starts by a combined 26 lengths. Included among those wins was a 10-length triumph in the Risen Star Stakes. However, the dark bay ran fifth in the Louisiana Derby next out and it was soon discovered he had flipped his palate in the race.
While training for his next start in the Blue Grass Stakes, Badge of Silver fractured a cannon bone, knocking him off the Triple Crown Trail and out of competition for the remainder of his three-year-old campaign. He returned as a four-year-old and would go on to score a pair of Grade 2 triumphs.
Badge of Silver once again took an extended break during his six-year-old season, but returned from a 10-month layoff to finish out his career with placings in the Breeders’ Cup Mile and Cigar Mile.
Oaks Lily is from her sire’s second crop, from which Group 1 winner Fly Lexis Fly and recent Transylvania Stakes hero Silver Max have also sprung.
Oaks Lily’s fourth dam is the Rough’n Tumble mare Treasure Chest, who is best known as a full sister to champion My Dear Girl. More recent offspring from her talent-laden female line includes Zanzibar, who captured the Italian Oaks in 2001.
Oaks Lily’s dam is by Rahy, and Badge of Silver’s sire, Silver Deputy, has already been responsible for Grade 2-winning top sire Posse when crossed with a Rahy mare.
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