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Dogwood Stable

Dogwood Stable is an American Thoroughbred racehorse partnership founded in 1969 by W. Cothran "Cot" Campbell of Aiken, South Carolina.The pioneers of thoroughbred partnerships, the operation's stated policy is to acquire moderately priced, young horses. According to their website, since inception, Campbell has introduced more than 1,200 people to the sport of Thoroughbred racing, and Dogwood partnerships have raced more than 70 stakes winners. In 1990, their colt Summer Squall won the second leg of the U.S. Triple Crown series, the Preakness Stakes.

Successful Dogwood Stable runners include Nassipour, Southjet, Smok'n Frolic, and Limehouse. The partnership has also raced two Champions:


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