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Frost King

Frost King
Sire Ruritania
Dam Native Flower
Grandsire Graustark
Damsire Restless Native
Gender Gelding
Foaled 1978
Country Canada
Color Gray
Breeder Ted Smith
Owner Ted Smith & Bill Marko
Trainer Bill Marko
Record 52: 26-9-3
Earnings $1,033,260
Frost King is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Native Flower by Ruritania. He was born around 1978 in Canada, and was bred by Ted Smith.
Major wins
Winnipeg Futurity (1980)
Cup and Saucer Stakes (1980)
Achievement Handicap (1981)
Bunty Lawless Stakes (1981, 1982)
Canadian Derby (1981)
Col. R. S. McLaughlin Stakes (1981)
Plate Trial Stakes (1981)
Queenston Stakes (1981)
Toronto Cup Handicap (1981)
Bold Venture Handicap (1982)
Canadian Maturity Stakes (1982)
Connaught Cup Stakes (1982)
Eclipse Handicap (1982, 1983)
Jacques Cartier Stakes (1982)
Jockey Club Cup Handicap (1982)
Dominion Day Handicap (1983)
Fayette Stakes (1983)
Speed To Spare Championship Stakes (1983)
Canadian Champion Three-Year-Old Male Horse (1981)
Canadian Champion Older Male Horse (1982)
Canadian Champion Male Turf Horse (1982)
Canadian Horse of the Year (1982)
Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame (1986)
Frost King Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Frost King (foaled 1978 in Ontario) is a Canadian Thoroughbred Champion and Hall of Fame racehorse. [1] Bred by Ted Smith of Rockwood, Ontario, he was sired by Manhattan Handicap winner, Ruritania. His dam was Native Flower whose sire, Restless Native, was a son of U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee, Native Dancer. [2]



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