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NYSS Cab Calloway Division


9th Running on Monday, August 4, 2014

$100,000 1 Mile 3YO (Turf)

Year:Horse:Wt.TimeOwnerTrainerJockeyValueReplay
2014 Mark My Way 121 1:37.57 Broman, Sr., Chester and Mary Linda Rice Cornelio H. Velasquez $60,000
replay
2013 West Hills Giant 121 1:36.18 Long Island Racing Stables, Sunrise Stables and Bentivegna, Gina John P. Terranova, II Edgar S. Prado $60000
replay
2012 Sportswriter 121 1:35.67 Dubb, Michael and Imperio, Michael Rudy R. Rodriguez Javier Castellano $60,000
replay
2011 Hessonite 116 1:37.61 Punk, Jr., William J. and DiLeo, Philip David G. Donk Ramon A. Dominguez $60,000
replay
2010 Lubash 117 1:42.14 Aliyu Ben J Stables James T. Ryerson Edgar S. Prado $60,000
replay
2009 Uncle T Seven 121 1:42.51 Mina, Thomas N., Bobley, Suzann, MFRG Racing Stable and Brida, Dennis J. John Morrison Julien R. Leparoux $90,000
replay
2008 Doc N Roll 119 1:43.69 Sackatoga Stable Barclay Tagg Eibar Coa $90,000
replay
2007 Thunderestimate 121 1:50.62 Flying Zee Stable Carlos Martin Edgar Prado $90,000
2006 Classic Pack 121 1:47.65 John Becker Mike Hernandez Fernando Jara $90,000
2005 Gold and Roses 123 1:53.09 Henry C. Gregory Thomas Bush Edgar Prado $150,000
2004 Chowder's First 119 1:50.99 Inniscarra Stable Philip Serpe Edgar Prado $150,000
2003 Bo Bo's Vice 114 1:43.63 James F. Edwards H. James Bond Jorge Chavez $150,000

Restricted to the 3-year-old progeny of New York stallions, the Cab Calloway was first run in 2003 at six furlongs on the dirt. In 2004 and 2005, it was contested at 1 1/8 miles on the dirt. Moved to the turf in 2006, it was run at 1 1/8 miles on 2006-07, at 1 1/16 miles in 2008-10 and thereafter at a mile on the grass. In 2011, when its sister race, the NYSS Statue of Liberty, did not fill, the race was run as the New York Stallion Series Stakes. The race was named for the popular jazz singer and band leader Cabell “Cab” Calloway III, a native of Rochester, N.Y. who died in 1994.