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A.P. Warrior

A.P. Warrior
Sire A.P. Indy
Dam Warrior Queen
Grandsire Seattle Slew
Damsire Quiet American
Gender Stallion
Foaled 2003
Country United States
Color Dark Bay
Breeder Jim Fleming
Owner Stanley E. Fulton
Trainer John Shirreffs
Record 13: 4-2-3
Earnings $548,595
Summary
A.P. Warrior is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Warrior Queen by A.P. Indy. He was born around 2003 in the United States, and was bred by Jim Fleming.
Major wins
San Felipe Stakes (2003)
La Jolla Handicap (2003)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

A.P. Warrior (foaled February 24, 2003 in Kentucky) is a thoroughbred race horse who was a Kentucky Derby contender in 2006 and Grade II winner on both dirt and turf[1].

A son of A.P. Indy and Warrior Queen, he was owned and raced by Stanley E. Fulton, owner of Sunland Park Racetrack. Initially trained by Eoin Harty, John Shirreffs conditioned the horse for his last seven starts.

In 2007, A.P. Warrior was retired and sold[2] to Stonewall Farm in Versailles, Kentucky where he stands for $15,000[3].

Races

Finish Race Distance Track Condition
3rd Oak Tree Derby One and One-Eighth Miles (Turf) Oak Tree at Santa Anita Park Firm
1st La Jolla Handicap One and One-Sixteenth Miles (Turf) Del Mar Racetrack Firm
3rd Swaps Breeders' Cup Stakes One and One-Eighth Miles Hollywood Park Racetrack Fast
2nd Affirmed Handicap One and One-Sixteenth Miles Hollywood Park Racetrack Fast
18th Kentucky Derby One and One-Quarter Miles Churchill Downs Fast
3rd Santa Anita Derby One and One-Eighth Miles Santa Anita Park Fast
1st San Felipe Stakes One and One-Sixteenth Miles Santa Anita Park Fast
4th El Camino Real Derby One and One-Sixteenth Miles Bay Meadows Fast
4th Hollywood Futurity One and One-Sixteenth Miles Hollywood Park Racetrack Fast
1st Allowance One Mile Oak Tree at Santa Anita Park Fast
2nd Norfolk Stakes One and One-Sixteenth Miles Oak Tree at Santa Anita Park Fast
6th Del Mar Futurity Seven Furlongs Del Mar Racetrack Fast
1st Maiden Special Weight Seven Furlongs Hollywood Park Racetrack Fast

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