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Eye of the Sphynx

Eye of the Sphynx
Sire Smart Strike
Dam Queen of Egypt
Grandsire Mr. Prospector
Damsire Vice Regent
Gender Mare
Foaled 2001
Country Canada
Color Bay
Breeder Sam-Son Farm
Owner Sam-Son Farm
Trainer Mark Frostad
Record 7: 4-2-0
Earnings Can$688,340
Eye of the Sphynx is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Queen of Egypt by Smart Strike. She was born around 2001 in Canada, and was bred by Sam-Son Farm.
Major wins
Fury Stakes (2004)
Selene Stakes (2004)
Woodbine Oaks (2004)
Canadian Champion 3-Year-Old Filly (2004)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Eye of the Sphynx (foaled 2001 in Ontario) is a Canadian ChampionThoroughbred racehorse and successful broodmare.

Bred and raced by Sam-Son Farm, Eye of the Sphynx was trained by Mark Frostad. At age three, she won Canada's most important race for three-year-old fillies, the Woodbine Oaks. Her overall performance for that year earned her the 2004 Sovereign Award for Champion 3-Year-Old Filly.

Retired to broodmare duty at her owner's renowned stud farm, her first foal was sired by U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee and two-time Leading sire in North America, A.P. Indy. Born in 2006, the colt, Eye of the Leopard, won Canada's most prestigious horse race in 2009, the Queen's Plate.



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