Jump to: navigation, search

Hail To All

Hail To All
Sire Hail To Reason
Dam Ellen's Best
Grandsire Turn-To
Damsire War Relic
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1962
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Mrs. Ben Cohen
Owner Mrs. Ben Cohen
Trainer Edward J. Yowell
Record 28: 8-7-8
Earnings $494,150
Hail To All is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Ellen's Best by Hail To Reason. He was born around 1962 in the United States, and was bred by Mrs. Ben Cohen.
Major wins

Jersey Derby (1965)
Travers Stakes (1965)
Hibiscus Stakes (1965)

American Classic Race wins:
Belmont Stakes (1965)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on October 10, 2007

Hail To All (foaled 1962 at Styles Colwill's Halcyon Farm in Maryland) was an American thoroughbred stallion racehorse. He was sired by Hail To Reason, out of the mare, Ellen's Best, who was in turn sired by War Relic, son of the great Man o' War.

Trained by Eddie Yowell, Hail To All was a precocious youngster, placing second in the Florida Derby, Wood Memorial, Fountain of Youth Stakes, and Pimlico Futurity Stakes.

In the Kentucky Derby, he got a slow start though, and placed a disappointing fifth. Two weeks later, he placed third in the Preakness Stakes. Then came the Belmont, where he beat Tom Rolfe by a neck.

In a lifetime of 28 starts, he was in the money 23 times.



Premier Equine Classifieds


Subscribe to our newsletter and keep abreast of the latest news, articles and information delivered directly to your inbox.

Did You Know?

Modern horse breeds developed in response to a need for "form to function", the necessity to develop certain physical characteristics in order to perform a certain type of work... More...

The Gypsy Cob was originally bred to be a wagon horse and pulled wagons or caravans known as Vardos; a type of covered wagon that people lived in... More...

Archaeological evidence indicates that the Arabian horse bloodline dates back 4,500 years. Throughout history, Arabian horses spread around the world by both war and trade.... More...

That the term "Sporthorse" is a term used to describe a type of horse rather than any particular breed... More...