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Ticonderoga (NYB)


34th Running on Saturday, October 18, 2014

NY-Bred $200,000 1 1/16 F&M 3&UP (Turf)

Year:Horse:AgeWt.TimeOwnerTrainerJockeyValueReplay
2014 Discreet Marq 4 119 1:44.36 Patricia A. Generazio Christophe Clement Irad Ortiz, Jr. $120,000
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2013 Effie Trinket 3 120 1:42.45 Patsy C. Symons Richard A. Violette, Jr. Luis Saez $120,000
replay
2012 Hessonite 4 123 1:47.46 Punk, Jr., William J. and DiLeo, Philip David G. Donk Ramon A. Dominguez $105,000
replay
2011 Hessonite 3 120 1:45.87 Punk, Jr., William J. and DiLeo, Philip David G. Donk Ramon A. Dominguez $75,000
replay
2010 You Go West Girl 6 119 1:49.32 Craig Bernick Thomas F. Proctor Jose Lezcano $90,000
replay
2009 You Go West Girl 5 123 1:53.53 Craig Bernick Thomas F. Proctor Jose Lezcano $75,000
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2008 Love Cove 4 118 1:49.33 Laue Ranch Thomas Albertrani Kent J. Desormeaux $90,000
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2007 Rewrite 4 120 1:53.59 Amherst Stable Christophe Clement Garrett Gomez $90,000
2006 Finlandia 4 118 1:51.56 Nyala Farm Tom Bush Kent Desormeaux $90,000
2005 Rahy's Appeal 3 114 1:51.20 Gallagher�s Stud Tom Bush Jerry Bailey $90,000
2004 On the Bus 4 118 1:50.00 Ramsey, Ramsey Dale Romans Pablo Fragoso $90,000
2003 Lady Bi Bi 4 115 1:55.60 Tri County Stable John Hertler Jose Santos $90,000
2002 Rhum 5 121 1:53.40 Leonard C. Green John Servis John Velazquez $90,000
2001 Ransom's Pride 3 114 1:48.00 Chester Broman Ramon Hernandez Jorge Chavez $90,000
2000 Shopping for Love 3 118 1:48.00 Geroge & Arcang Kenneth Nesky Jerry Bailey $90,000
1999 Office Miss 5 116 1:55.40 Sam F. Morrell Gary Sciacca Joe Bravo $90,000
1998 Terreavigne 3 113 1:48.20 Blackmarlin Stable Christophe Clement Richard Migliore $90,000
1997 Irish Daisy 4 117 1:48.60 Austin Delaney Leo O�Brien Richard Migliore $90,000
1996 Elocat's Burglar 4 113 1:46.20 C K Woods Stable William Badgett Jr. Jerry Bailey $90,000
1995 Irish Linnet 7 126 1:43.40 Austin Delaney Leo O'Brien John Velazquez $90,000
1994 Putthepowdertoit 4 115 1:40.60 Lawrence J.Pomerantz Vincent L. Blengs Jose Santos $45,000
1993 Hey Baba Lulu 5 119 1:47.80 Oh Tony Stable Scott M. Schwartz Mike Smith $52,830
1992 Hey Baba Lulu 4 117 1:46.20 Arlene Schwartz Scott M. Schwartz Herb McCauley $74,880
1991 Cullinan Diamond 4 108 1:46.00 Robert Perez Alfredo Callejas Art Madrid Jr. $74,520
1990 Proud N' Appeal 3 115 1:44.80 Dee Pee Stable Howard M. Tesher John Velazquez $53,910
1989 Grecian Flight 5 125 1:45.40 Henry C. B. Lindh Joseph H. Pierce Jr. Angel Cordero Jr. $70,920
1988 Joe's Tammie 3 117 1:52.20 J. L. Paliafito Jack Van Berg Jose Santos $45,180
1987 Anniron 4 121 1:52.80 W. A. Martusewicz Robert Lake Robbie Davis $40,560
1986 Platinum Poster 5 109 1:52.20 Thomas D. Mara P. O'Donnell Lee T. L. Brown $43,440
1985 Flip's Pleasure 5 123 1:52.80 Hobeau Farm H. Allen Jerkens Jean-Luc Samyn $66,200
1984 Flip's Pleasure 4 124 1:52.80 Hobeau Farm H. Allen Jerkens Angel Cordero Jr. $41,820
1983 Chaldea 3 119 1:42.80 L. R. Mangum Thomas J. Skiffington Jean-Luc Samyn $33,840
1982 Dam Little 3 114 1:48.20 J. Sena John Hertler Eddie Maple $33,720
1981 Josies Anchor 5 123 1:47.40 Catco Stable Raymond A. Smith George Martens $33,060

The village of TICONDEROGA is located in northeastern New York State on the La Chute River, which links Lake George and Lake Champlain. Ticonderoga was founded in 1764 and incorporated as a village 1889.

In 1755, during the French and Indian War, the French built Fort Carillon on Lake Champlain. The fort withstood a major British attack in 1758, but was captured the following year by the British under General Jeffrey Amherst and renamed Fort Ticonderoga.

In 1775, during the American Revolution, Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys seized the fort from the British in a surprise attack. British troops under General John Burgoyne recaptured it in 1777 after fortifying nearby Mount Defiance and forcing an American evacuation. It was abandoned by the British later that year. The name Ticonderoga is derived from an Iroquois term, reputed to mean “where the waters meet”.

The TICONDEROGA was run at 1 1/8 miles 1984-88. From 1989-96 it was run on the main track at 1 1/16 miles. In 1997, the distance was changed to 1 1/8 miles and it was moved to the turf. Reduced to 1 1/16 miles in 2011.