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Chic (horse)

Chic (foaled February 27, 2000) is a chestnut Thoroughbred racehorse. A filly, she is owned and bred by Cheveley Park Stud and was trained by Sir Michael Stoute. Out of the mare Exclusive, winner of the 1998 Group One Coronation Stakes, Chic was sired by Machiavellian, a French champion at age two who was a son of the very influential American sire Mr. Prospector. She is a half-sister to Echelon, the 2007 Matron Stakes winner, and Entrepreneur, the 1997 2,000 Guineas winner.


Career Highs

Chic won the 2004 Hungerford Stakes and the Celebration Mile, taking the latter again in 2005. She remains the only horse to have back-to-back wins in this race. In 2007 Chic's half sister Echelon also went on to win this race. In Chic's short career she earned £281,600 in prize money, and won 6 times from 20 starts.

Race performances

Date Placing Beat by Location Distance
24Aug02 4th Ego Nmk 6GF
14Oct02 4th Star Sensation Lei 7GF
07May03 1st Won Chs 7GF
04Jun03 1st Won Kem 8GF
21Jun03 3rd Hold to Ransom Asc 8FM
21Aug03 6th Vanderlin Yor 7GF
11Sep03 2nd Tantina Don 7GD
11oct03 1st Won Asc 7GF
20May04 6th Gonfilia Goo 8GF
16Jun04 7th Favourable Terms Asc 8GF
30Jul04 3rd Phantom Wind Goo 7GF
14Aug04 1st Won Nby 7GD
28Aug04 1st Won Goo 8GS
02oct04 2nd Attraction Nmk 8GD
09Jul05 6th Autumn Glory Lin 8ST
27Jul05 12th Proclamation Goo 8SFT
28Aug05 1st Won Goo 8GD
10Sep05 2nd Attraction Leo 8GD/Y
01oct05 5th Peeress Nmk 8GS
15oct05 7th David Junior Nmk 10GS




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