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|May 3 2013||139th Longines Kentucky Oaks Churchill Downs||I||1 1/8 M||3||REPLAY|
|Mar 30 2013||Fair Grounds Oaks Fair Grounds||II||1 1/16 M||1||REPLAY|
|Feb 23 2013||Rachel Alexandra Fair Grounds||III||1 1/16 M||1||REPLAY|
|Nov 24 2012||Demoiselle Stakes Aqueduct||II||1 1/8 M||1||REPLAY|
Pletcher won the 2010 Kentucky Derby with Super Saver and trained Rags to Riches to win the Kentucky Oaks in 2007 and Princess of Sylmar for win the 2013 Kentucky Oaks. He won four straight Eclipse Awards as top trainer from 2004-2007 and again in 2010. He has trained multiple Eclipse champions including Uncle Mo, Ashado, English Channel, Speighstown, Fleet Indian, Wait a While, Lawyer Ron, and Left Bank.
Castellano began his riding career in 1996 in his native country of Venezuela. In 1997 he came to the United States to ride and had his first winner at Calder that same year. He scored his biggest victories with Ghostzapper in the 2004 Breeders’ Cup Classic and Bernardini in the 2006 Preakness. Other top horses include Union Rags, Stay Thirsty, Hilda's Passion, Red Rocks, and Telling.
Mike Repole is the founder of Vitaminwater and Smartwater which he sold to The Coca-Cola Company in 2007. Mike’s racehorses to date include Uncle Mo, the 2010 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner and Travers, Gotham, and Cigar Mile winner Stay Thirsty. In 2013 he starts Remsen winner Overanalyze in the Derby and Unlimited Budget in the Kentucky Oaks.
Champion Street Sense was the first BC Juvenile winner to go on and take the Kentucky Derby as a three-year-old, and the dark bay is already gaining notice in the breeding shed having produced multiple stakes winners from just two crops to race.
One of those stakes winners is Grade 2 winner Unlimited Budget, who is the third graded scorer for her sire. Street Sense is also responsible for Grade 3 victors Castaway and Motor City.
Street Sense captured five graded events himself while in competition and placed in that same number, including the Preakness. In addition to the Derby and BC Juvenile, he also scored in the Grade 1 Travers.
Unlimited Budget’s dam, the Valid Appeal mare Unlimited Pleasure, never achieved that kind of success on track, but did place in one of her two stakes tries.
Unlimited Pleasure has done much better as a broodmare, producing Grade 3-winning full siblings Beacon Shine and Jardin as well as Unlimited Budget.
Unlimited Pleasure is herself a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Outofthebox and stakes hero Ruff and Ready, and this female family also includes multiple Grade 1-winning sire Mighty Appealing and dual Grade 2 king Tackleberry.
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