7 Running on Saturday, November 19, 2022
Named for a well-known Italian artist and architect, Gio Ponti was the Champion Turf Horse in 2009 and 2010. He earned 6.1 million dollars in 28 starts, making him one of the richest Thoroughbreds in America of all time.
$135,000.00 1 1/16 (Turf) Grade:
|2022||Churchtown||3||120||1:44.48||W.B. Harrigan and Mike Pietrangelo||Roger Atfield||Junior Alvarado||$74,250|
|2021||Never Surprised||3||120||1:40.75||Repole Stable||Todd A. Pletcher||Kendrick Carmouche||$82,500|
|2020||City Man||3||123||1:44.88||Reeves Thoroughbred Racing, Searles, Peter and Searles, Patti||Christophe Clement||Junior Alvarado||$55,000|
|2019||Temple||3||118||1:44.32||Paradise Farms Corp. and Mad Dog Racing Stable||Michael J. Maker||Jorge Vargas Jr.||$82,500|
|-||Bal Harbour||3||123||1:37.21||Red Oak Stable||Todd Pletcher||Javier Castellano||90,000|
|2017||Small Bear||3||121||1:42.79||August Dawn Farm||Jeremiah C. Englehart||Rajiv Maragh||$150,000|
|2016||Catapult||-||119||1:44.75||Woodford Racing, LLC||Chad Brown||Javier Castellano||$90,000|
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