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Ginger Gold (horse)

Ginger Gold
Sire Golden Gear
Dam Gleaming Glory
Grandsire Gulch
Damsire Vigors
Gender Mare
Foaled 1999
Country Canada
Color Gray
Breeder Mel P. Lawson
Owner Jim Dandy stable
Trainer Sid C. Attard
Record 25: 7-3-2
Earnings $1,065,448
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.
Major wins
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.



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