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Artie Schiller

Artie Schiller
Sire El Prado
Dam Hidden Light
Grandsire Sadler's Wells
Damsire Majestic Light
Gender Stallion
Foaled 2001
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Haras du Mezeray
Owner Timber Bay Farm & Denise Walsh
Trainer James A. Jerkens
Record 22: 10-5-3
Earnings $2,088,853
Summary
Artie Schiller is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Hidden Light by El Prado. He was born around 2001 in the United States, and was bred by Haras du Mezeray.
Major wins

Hall of Fame Handicap (2004)
Hill Prince Stakes (2004)
Woodlawn Stakes (2004)
Jamaica Handicap (2004)
Maker's Mark Mile Stakes (2005)
Bernard Baruch Handicap (2005)

Breeders' Cup wins:
Breeders' Cup Mile (2005)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on October 20, 2008

Artie Schiller (foaled April 23, 2001 in Kentucky) is a retired American Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred by Haras du Mezeray of Ticheville, Orne in Lower Normandy, France, he was out of the mare Hidden Light, a daughter of multiple Grade I winner, Majestic Light. His sire was El Prado, the 1991 Irish Champion Two-Year-Old and who became the Leading sire in North America in 2002.

A turf specialist, Artie Schiller was purchased and raced by William Entenmann of Timber Bay Farm and his daughter Denise Walsh, and was named after Entenmann's childhood friend. He was conditioned for racing by Jimmy Jerkens. At age two the colt won two of his five starts then at age three won five of eight outings including the Jamaica Handicap in which he set a new Belmont Park course record for nine furlongs. At Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas, he was sent off as the betting favorite for the 2004 Breeders' Cup Mile but finished twelfth in the fourteen-horse field.

Racing at age four, Artie Schiller had his best earnings year and most important career win. After winning the 2005 Maker's Mark Mile Stakes and the Bernard Baruch Handicap, he was sent to Belmont Park where under jockey Garrett Gomez he won the Breeders' Cup Mile, defeating runnerup Leroidesanimaux by nearly two lengths. At age five, he made three starts without a win but earned a second in the 2006 Maker's Mark Mile Stakes and a third in the Dixie Stakes.

Artie Schiller was retired from racing in August 2006 and entered stud for the 2007 season at Hurricane Hall in Lexington, Kentucky.

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