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Fatal Bullet

Fatal Bullet
Sire Red Bullet
Dam Sararegal
Grandsire Unbridled
Damsire Regal Classic
Gender Stallion
Foaled 2005
Country Canada
Color Bay
Breeder Adena Springs
Owner Bear Stables Ltd.
Trainer Reade Baker
Record 14: 9-2-0,
Earnings $1,003,636
Fatal Bullet is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Sararegal by Red Bullet. He was born around 2005 in Canada, and was bred by Adena Springs.
Major wins
Bold Venture Stakes (2008, 2009)
Tom Ridge Labor Day Stakes (2008)
Kentucky Cup Sprint Stakes (2008)
Phoenix Stakes (2009)
Canadian Champion Sprinter (2008)
Canadian Horse of the Year (2008)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Fatal Bullet (foaled February 12, 2005 in Florida) is a Canadian Thoroughbred racehorse.

Trained by Reade Baker for owner Danny Dion's Bear Stables Ltd., in 2008 Fatal Bullet set a new track record for 6.5 furlongs in winning the Bold Venture Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack. After winning the Tom Ridge Labor Day Stakes at Presque Isle Downs, he set another new track record for 6.5 furlongs at Turfway Park while winning the Kentucky Cup Sprint Stakes.

Sent to compete in late October's Breeders' Cup Sprint at Santa Anita Park in California, Fatal Bullet finished second to Midnight Lute in stakes record time.

For his performances in 2008, Fata Bullet was voted the Sovereign Award for Canadian Champion Sprinter and Canadian Horse of the Year.



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