Ginger Gold (horse)
|Breeder||Mel P. Lawson|
|Owner||Jim Dandy stable|
|Trainer||Sid C. Attard|
|Ginger Gold is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Gleaming Glory by Golden Gear. She was born around 1999 in Canada, and was bred by Mel P. Lawson.|
Shady Well Stakes (2001)|
Princess Elizabeth Stakes (2001)
Natalma Stakes (2001)
Woodbine Oaks (2002)
|Canadian Champion 2-Year-Old Filly|
|Horse (Equus ferus caballus)|
Ginger Gold (foaled January 26, 1999) is a Canadian Champion filly Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred by Hamilton, Ontario lumber merchant, Mel Lawson, she was sired by multiple stakes winner Golden Gear, a son of 1988 American Champion Sprint Horse, Gulch. Her dam was Gleaming Glory and her damsire the highly-regarded multiple American Grade 1 winner, Vigors.
Raced under Lawson's Jim Dandy Stable banner, Ginger Gold was trained by Sid Attard who guided her to a Champion season in 2001. At age three, she won the Woodbine Oaks, the premier event for Canadian-foaled three-year-old fillies.
Ginger Gold raced at age four with her best stakes race result a second-place finish in the Ontario Matron Stakes. She was retired to broodmare duty having earned in excess of $1 million. Her first foal, born in 2006, was sired by Claiborne Farm's, Pulpit.