Bob Black Jack
|Bob Black Jack|
|Breeder||Gary Howard, Marlene Howard, and Bruce Dunmore|
|Owner||Jeff Harmon and Tim Kasparoff|
|Trainer||1) James Kasparoff|
|Bob Black Jack is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Molly's Prospector by Stormy Jack. He was born around 2005 in the United States, and was bred by Gary Howard, Marlene Howard, and Bruce Dunmore.|
California Breeders' Champion Stakes (2007)|
Sunshine Millions Dash (2008)
Malibu Stakes (2008)
San Carlos Handicap (2010)
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
Bob Black Jack is a California-bred colt by Stormy Jack (a son of Bertrando), out of the mare Molly's Prospector. Bob Black Jack is the world recorder for 6 furlongs on any surface - 1:06.53. He also holds the Santa Anita Racetrack track record for six as well as seven furlongs.
Since Bob Black Jack was not expected to achieve great heights, his earnings have been exceptional, amounting to over 300 times as much as his bargain sale price of $4,500.
After a 14 month layoff, the lightly raced Bob Black Jack came back to wire the field winning the San Carlos Handicap by 2 and 1/2 lengths over the favored 2009 Breeders' Cup Sprint winner Dancing in Silks.