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Frisk Me Now

Frisk Me Now
Sire Mister Frisky
Dam Slew Me Now
Grandsire Marsayas
Damsire Tsunami Slew
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1994
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Farnsworth Farm
Owner Carol R. Dender (racing); later syndicated
Trainer Robert J. Durso
Record 36: 12-5-6
Earnings $1,727,707
Frisk Me Now is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Slew Me Now by Mister Frisky. He was born around 1994 in the United States, and was bred by Farnsworth Farm.
Major wins
Flamingo Stakes (1997)
Ohio Derby (1997)
Pennsylvania Derby (1997)
Suburban Handicap (1998)
Widener Handicap (1998)
Philip H. Iselin Handicap (1999)
Gulfstream Park Sprint Championship Handicap (1999)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on September 26, 2008

Frisk Me Now (foaled April 2, 1994 in Florida) is an American-bred Thoroughbred racehorse a multiple Graded stakes race winner whose victories include the Flamingo Stakes, Ohio and Pennsylvania Derbys, and the Suburban, Widener, Philip H. Iselin Handicap and the Gulfstream Park Sprint Championship Handicaps.

Retired to stud, Frisk Me Now originally stood in the United States and has since been relocated to Pot. Hermosura Inc., P.R. in Puerto Rico. Frisk Me Now is the sire of Truly Frisky, Puerto Rico's 2007 Champion Imported Horse. Truly Frisky has won over $300,000 and also won the G1 Clasico Verset’s Jet twice as well as other notable stakes in Puerto Rico.



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