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Glens Falls


19th Running on Sunday, August 31, 2014

$150,000 1 3/8 F&M 3&UP (Turf) Grade: III

Year:Horse:AgeWt.TimeOwnerTrainerJockeyValueReplay
2013 Lady Cohiba 4 121 1:50.86 Live Oak Plantation Christophe Clement Junior Alvarado $90,000
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2012 Hit It Rich 5 120 2:12.34 Stuart S. Janney, III Claude R. McGaughey III Javier Castellano $90,000
replay
2011 Emerald Beech 5 117 2:21.71 Augustin Stable Jonathan E. Sheppard Alex O. Solis $60,000
replay
2010 Keertana 4 118 2:12.73 Barbara Hunter Thomas Proctor Jose Lezcano $60,000
replay
2009 Mushka 4 116 2:13.50 Brushwood Stable William Mott Kent Desormeaux $66,300
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2008 Hostess 5 119 2:11.66 William L. Clifton Jr. H. Bond Rajiv Maragh $65,340
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2007 Rosinka 4 119 2:13 Alistar McDonald Buchanan H. Motion Jeremy Rose $66,720
2006 Noble Stella (GER) 5 118 2:16.02 Gary Tanaka Roger Attfield Mike Smith $67,260
2005 Honey Ryder 4 120 2:14.5 Glencrest Farm LLC Todd A. Pletcher John Velazquez $65,520
2004 Arvada (GB) 4 112 2:14 Gordon, Giles, Pritchard Robert Frankel John Velazquez $65,580
2004 Humaita (GER) 4 114 2:15 1/5 Andreas Jacobs H. Graham Motion Cornelio Velasquez $66,240
2003 Sixty Seconds (NZ) 5 115 2:13 4/5 The Leigh Family Stable Christophe Clement Jose Santos $67,860
2002 Owsley 4 116 2:15 4/5 Arthur B. Hancock III Randy Schulhofer Edgar Prado $68,100
2001 Irving's Baby 4 126 2:07 2/5 Anstu Stable Todd Pletcher Jerry Bailey $65,995
2000 I'm Indy Mood 5 116 2:07 2/5 Nicholson & Seelbinder James J. Toner Heberto Castillo Jr. $66,120
1999 Idle Rich 4 115 2:12 4/5 Stonerside Stable William I. Mott Jerry Bailey $65,760
1998 Auntie Mame 4 120 2:13 Lazy F Ranch Angel Penna Jr. John Velazquez $66,000
1997 Shemozzle (IRE) 4 115 2:12 4/5 Lord Hartington Christophe Clement Jerry Bailey $64,740
1996 Ampulla 5 113 2:16 2/5 North Cliff Farm Patrick Byrne Shane Sellers $67,500

The turf race for fillies and mares was first run in 1996 and is named after the town located about 15 minutes north of Saratoga Spring. Also known as “Hometown U.S.A.,” a title given to it by Look magazine in 1944, Glens Falls was given its name in 1788 by Colonel Johannes Glen, referring to a large waterfall in the Hudson River at the southern end of the city. In the HBO series “The Sopranos,” Tony Soprano’s brother-in-law Bobby Baccalieri owns a home in Glens Falls, which Tony and Carmela visited in the sixth season episode “Soprano Home Movies.”

In 2013, the race was moved from the turf to the dirt where it was run at 1 1/8.