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Troy


10th Running on Wednesday, August 14, 2013

$100,000 5 1/2 3&UP (Turf)

Year:Horse:AgeWt.TimeOwnerTrainerJockeyValueReplay
2013 Hogy 4 118 1:02.61 William Stiritz Wayne M. Catalano Joseph Rocco, Jr. $60,000
replay
2012 Bridgetown 5 120 1:01.52 Melnyk Racing Stables, Inc. Todd A. Pletcher John R. Velazquez $60,000
replay
2011 Bridgetown 4 123 1:03.13 Melnyk Racing Stables, Inc. Todd A. Pletcher John R. Velazquez $45,000
replay
2010 Awakino Cat 5 120 1:01.90 Linda Rice and F E Que Stable Linda Rice Alan Garcia $42,000
replay
2009 Awakino Cat 4 120 1:01.39 Linda Rice and F E Que Stable Linda Rice Alan Garcia $43,950
replay
2008 Ferocious Fires 5 120 1:04.23 Sanford J. Goldfarb Anthony W. Dutrow Cornelio H. Velasquez $51,390
replay
2007 T. D. Vance 5 120 1:03.15 Donald A. Adam H. Graham Motion Garrett Gomez $49,020
2006 Second in Command 6 116 1:01.11 Michael Dubb Richard Dutrow Jr. Edgar Prado $42,900
2005 Funfair (GB) 6 118 1:38.1 Cheveley Park Farm H. Graham Motion John Velazquez $40,320
2004 Willard Straight 4 120 1:34 2/5 Lawrence Goichman Todd Pletcher John Velazquez $40,080

The Troy, named for the seat of Rensselaer County, was first contested at a mile on the turf for 4-year-olds and up in 2004 and run under the same conditions the following year. In 2006, the distance was changed to 5 ½ furlongs on the turf, but was still restricted to 4-year-olds and up. Beginning in 2011, the race was open to 3-year-olds and up. The city of Troy, located on the eastern bank of the Hudson River, has close ties to the nearby cities of Albany and Schenectady, forming a region known as the Capital District.