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Exclusive Native

Exclusive Native
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Genuine Risk by Hallie McEvoy
Sire Raise a Native
Dam Exclusive
Grandsire Native Dancer
Damsire Shut Out
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1965
Country USA
Color Chestnut
Breeder Harbor View Farm
Owner Harbor View Farm
Trainer Ivan H. Parke
Record 13:4-4-3
Earnings $169,013
Summary
Exclusive Native is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Exclusive by Raise a Native. He was born around 1965 in USA, and was bred by Harbor View Farm.
Major wins

Sanford Stakes (1967)
Arlington Classic (1968)

Awards
Leading sire in North America (1978) and (1979)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on 19 September, 2009


Exclusive Native (1965-1983) was an American Thoroughbred stallion sired by Raise a Native and out of Exclusive. Foaled in Florida, the chestnut colt was bred and owned by Louis Wolfson's Harbor View Farm.

Exclusive Native's race record was 13: 4-4-3, and his earnings totaled to $169,013. Two of his wins included the Sanford Stakes, and the Arlington Classic.

However, he is best remembered as the sire of two U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductees. As the Leading sire in North America in 1978 and 1979, he made a name for himself when he produced his most famous son Affirmed who won the 1978 U.S. Triple Crown and his daughter Genuine Risk, one of only three fillies to win the Kentucky Derby (1980) but he sired many other geart stakes winners like Champion 2-year-old filly Outstandingly and Champion 2-year-old colt in Puerto RicoProdigo. As well as many Grade 1 Stakes winners like Mill Native winner of the Arlington Million Stakes, Sabona, Life’s Hope and Valdez.

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