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Cox's Ridge

Cox's Ridge
Sire Best Turn
Dam Our Martha
Grandsire Turn-To
Damsire Ballydonnell
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1974
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Samuel D. Hinkel
Owner Loblolly Stable
Trainer Joseph B. Cantey
Record 28: 16-4-4
Earnings US$667,172
Cox's Ridge is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Our Martha by Best Turn. He was born around 1974 in the United States, and was bred by Samuel D. Hinkel.
Major wins
Governor's Cup Handicap (1977)
Minuteman Handicap (1977)
Stuyvesant Handicap (1977)
Discovery Handicap (1977)
Queens County Handicap (1977)
Razorback Handicap (1978)
Excelsior Handicap (1978)
Oaklawn Handicap (1978)
Metropolitan Handicap (1978)
Tom Fool Handicap (1979)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Cox's Ridge (foaled 1974 in Kentucky) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. His handlers chose to bypass the rigorous U.S. Triple Crown series and went on the enjoy considerable success in 1977 and 1978 with his most important win coming in the Metropolitan Handicap. In 1979, the five-year-old Cox's Ridge won the Tom Fool Handicap, ran second in the Whitney Handicap and won the Amory L. Haskell Handicap but was disqualified for interference and set back to second place.

Retired to stud, Cox's Ridge was a very successful sire whose offspring includes millionaires:

  • De Roche (b. 1986) - multiple stakes winner of $1,078,200



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