|Breeder||Brereton C. Jones & Warnerton Farms|
|Owner||Dan Agnew's T90 Ranch|
|Trainer||Jerry M. Fanning|
|Desert wine is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Anne Campbell by Damascus. He was born around 1980 in the United States, and was bred by Brereton C. Jones & Warnerton Farms.|
Hollywood Juvenile Championship Stakes (1982)|
San Rafael Stakes (1983)
San Felipe Stakes (1983)
Californian Stakes (1984)
Strub Stakes (1984)
Hollywood Gold Cup (1984)
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
|Last updated on May 16, 2007|
Desert Wine (1980–2003) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. A descendant of Nearco, he was sired by U.S. Hall of Fame inductee Damascus, himself the son of another Hall of Fame horse, Sword Dancer. Out of the mare Anne Campbell, her sire was Never Bend.
Desert Wine won a number of important stake races during his career and notably had solid second place performances in the 1983 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes. However, he is probably best remembered for the 1984 Hollywood Gold Cup when Chris McCarron rode him to victory over the great John Henry.
Desert Wine died of a heart attack at age twenty-three on October 15, 2003 at St. Hilaire Farm near Yakima, Washington where he had stood at stud since 2000.