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Sire Roselyon
Dam Ablaze
Grandsire Sunstar
Damsire Tony Bonero
Gender Gelding
Foaled 1927
Country Canada
Color Bay
Breeder James Heffering
Owner Ryland H. New
Trainer Jack Hutton
Record 132: 20-?-?
Earnings Can$33,010
Aymond is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Ablaze by Roselyon. He was born around 1927 in Canada, and was bred by James Heffering.
Major wins
Canadian Classic Race wins:
King's Plate (1930)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Aymond (foaled 1927 in Ontario) was a Canadian Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning the 1930 King's Plate.

Bred by Whitby, Ontario's James Heffering, he was out of the mare, Ablaze, and sired by Roselyon, a son of the 1911 Epsom Derby winner and British Horseracing Hall of Fame inductee, Sunstar. Aymond was first purchased by Frank O'Connor who subsequently sold him in a 1929 dispersal for $1,025 to Toronto businessman Ryland New who had won the 1927 King's Plate with Troutlet.

Trained by Jack Hutton, Aymond's best result at age two was a third-place finish in the Coronation Futurity Stakes. At age three, he won the seventy-first running of the King's Plate, the most prestigious race in Canada. Sent off at 14:1 odds, eighteen-year-old jockey Henry Little aboard Aymond took the lead at the start and never relinquished it as he held off the heavy favorite Whale Bone to win the 1⅛ mile event by a full length.



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