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Equine Article Index of Thoroughbred racehorses


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Shown below is a list of Wiki Horse Articles contained in the Wiki Equine Article Category named "Thoroughbred racehorses". Next to the article's name is a snippet of introductory text from that equine article. You can click on the article's name to view that horse article or click the page numbers above which will appear when there's more than 50 articles contained in this Wiki Equine Article Category.




  • Minoru (horse) - Minoru (foaled 1906 in Ireland) was a Thoroughbred racehorse who won two British Classic Races. He was bred by Lord Wavertree at his stud farm in Tully, Kildare town in County Kildare which today is the Irish National Stud.

  • Mioland - Mioland (1937-1951) was an American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred in Oregon by H. W....

  • Misremembered - Bred by his trainer, Bob Baffert, Misremembered is out Beyond Perfection, a daughter of Quack (by T. V. Lark), who won the Del Mar Debutante in 1990....

  • Miss Alleged - Miss Alleged (1987-2008) was an French Thoroughbred racehorse who was a Champion in the United States and one of only two fillies to ever win the Breeders' Cup Turf.

  • Miss Andretti - Miss Andretti is a notable Australian Thoroughbred racehorse. She is a bay daughter of Ihtiram from the mare Peggie’s Bid and was originally trained by David Mueller in Western Australia before being transferred to trainer Lee Freedman.

  • Miss Cavandish - Miss Cavandish (foaled 1961) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred by Robert J. Kleberg, Jr....

  • Miss Finland (horse) - Miss Finland is a champion Australian Thoroughbred racehorse, trained by top South Australian trainer David Hayes. At two years old, she won the AAMI Golden Slipper, the world's richest juvenile race, which is run over 1,200 metres. and ran second in the Blue Diamond Stakes....

  • Miss Oceana - Miss Oceana (1981-1988) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse who won six Grade 1 stakes during her racing career and was sold for a World Record price as a broodmare.

  • Miss Request - Miss Request (foaled 1945 in Kentucky) was an American Champion Thoroughbred filly racehorse. Bred by Dallas, Texas businessman Ben Whitaker and raced under his wife's name, his sire was Requested, a good runner who won the 1942 Wood Memorial Stakes. Dam, Throttle Wide, was the daughter of another good runner, Flying Heels, whose wins included the 1930 Manhattan Handicap and the 1930 and 1931 editions of the Carter Handicap....

  • Miss Woodford - Miss Woodford (1880-1899) was a big brown Thoroughbred racing filly bred by Colonel Catesby Woodford and Colonel Ezekial Clay of Runnymede Farm near Paris, Kentucky. (Ezekial Clay was chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission. ) Miss Woodford was by Billet, (imported from England, and the leading sire in America in 1883, due almost entirely to his daughter, Miss Woodford), out of the unraced Fancy Jane, by Neil Robinson....

  • Mister Frisky - Mister Frisky (foaled April 2, 1987 in Florida) is an American-bred Thoroughbred racehorse who competed successfully in Puerto Rico and California. Mister Frisky was Puerto Rico's 1989 Champion Imported Two-year-old Colt and Puerto Rico's Horse of the Year.

  • Misty Morn - Misty Morn (1952–1971) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred and owned by Gladys Mills Phipps' Wheatley Stable, at age three Misty Morn broke the Jamaica Racetrack track record en route to winning the 1955 Gallant Fox Handicap. The filly ended up the year as the U....

  • Mobil (horse) - Mobil (foaled 2000 in Ontario) is a retired Canadian Thoroughbred racehorse. At age two, he won the two top races for his age group, the Cup and Saucer Stakes and the Coronation Futurity Stakes. However, in the Futurity he dead heated with Arco's Gold for the win but was subsequently disqualified for interference and set back to second....

  • Moccasin (horse) - Moccasin (1963–1986) was an American Thoroughbred Champion racehorse and the only two-year-old filly to be voted United States Horse of the Year.

  • Moifaa - Moifaa was a New Zealand-bred Thoroughbred racehorse who won the 1904 Grand National by eight lengths. The jockey was Arthur Birch and the owner at the time was Spencer Gollan.

  • Mollie McCarty - Foaled in 1873, Mollie McCarty was a California-based Thoroughbred racehorse immortalized in the bluegrass music song: Molly and Tenbrooks. The song has a number of other names, among them Run, Molly, Run, and it came about because Mollie had gone up against the Eastern champion Ten Broeck in an 1878 match race.

  • Mom's Command - Mom's Command (1982-2007), was a multiple Grade I winning American Thoroughbred race horse. Her breeder and owner was Peter Fuller of Ryemeadow Farms in Kentucky, the son of a former governor of Massachusetts. Fuller, who had once been a champion boxer and wrestler at Harvard, bred his mare, Star Mommy, to the stallion Top Command by Bold Ruler hoping to produce a foal who combined speed and stamina....

  • Momigi - Momigi (foaled 1972 in Ontario) was a Canadian three-time Champion Thoroughbred filly racehorse. Bred by E. P....

  • Mona de Momma - Mona de Momma is a four-year-old Speightstown filly out of the Linkage mare Society Gal, a half sister to Grade 3 winner and sire Mr. Greenly. Owned by Michael Talla and trained by John W....

  • Monarchos - Monarchos (foaled 1998) is a stallion Thoroughbred racehorse who won the Kentucky Derby in 2001. This thoroughbred's time was 1:59. 97 for 1 1/4 miles....

  • Mongo (horse) - Mongo (1959-1983) was an American Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. He was bred and raced by Marion duPont Scott, a member of the prominent Du Pont family. His sire was Royal Charger, a son of Nearco whom Thoroughbred Heritage says was "one of the greatest racehorses of the Twentieth Century"....

  • Monksfield - Monksfield (1972-1989) was an Irish-trained National Hunt racehorse who won the Champion Hurdle in 1978 and 1979.

  • Monsun - Monsun (foaled 1990) is a bay Thoroughbred racehorse and stallion bred in Germany by Gestut Isarland and owned by Baron Georg von Ullmann. He is a son of Germany's first triple crown winner and champion racehorse and sire Königsstuhl, a descendant of the very influerntial sire, Nearco.

  • Montjeu - Montjeu (born 1996) is a thoroughbred horse racing World Champion colt and sire of champions. Sired by Sadler's Wells from the dam Floripedes, Montjeu is a grandson of Northern Dancer.

  • Moon Ballad - Moon Ballad (foaled 1999 in Ireland) is a Thoroughbred racehorse who competed internationally. He was bred by Prince Fahd Salman's Newgate Stud Farm which operated from a base at the now closed Sandley Stud in Gillingham, Dorset in England.

  • Morvich - Morvich (1919-1946) was an American Thoroughbred who was the first California-bred racehorse to win the Kentucky Derby. Bred by sugar magnate Adolph B. Spreckels at his Napa Stock Farm, Morvich was sired by James R....

  • Moscow Flyer - Moscow Flyer was a top-class National Hunt horse over distances between 2 miles and 2 1/2 miles (3. 2–4 km). He won the Queen Mother Champion Chase in 2003 and 2005, the Tingle Creek Chase in 2003 and 2004 and the Arkle Challenge Trophy in 2002....

  • Motivation (horse) - Motivation (Template:Zh) (foaled August 5, 1987 in Argentina) was a Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning the 1993 Hong Kong Invitational Cup. Bred by Adolfo J. Bullrich, he was sired by Egg Toss, a son of the U....

  • Motivator (horse) - Motivator is a Thoroughbred racehorse foaled on February 22, 2002, winner of the 2005 Epsom Derby.

  • Motrico (horse) - Motrico (1925-c. 1951) was a French Thoroughbred racehorse who was the third of only six horses to ever win the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe on two occasions.

  • Mr. C.B. - Mr. C. B....

  • Mr. Prospector - Mr. Prospector (1970–1999) was a thoroughbred racehorse foaled in Kentucky, whose descendants have been dominant in the United States Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing. He won half of his 14 career races....

  • Mtoto - Mtoto was a racehorse foaled in 1983. He recovered so well from the foot problems which dogged his early career that when he went to stud, he did so as the winner of the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, and double winner of both the Eclipse Stakes and Prince of Wales's Stakes. He very nearly added the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe to this illustrious list too....

  • Mummify - Mummify (24 August 1999 - 16 October 2005) was a popular Australian Thoroughbred racehorse that amassed AUD5,134,320 in prize money and won five Group One races, including the 2003 Caulfield Cup and the Singapore Airlines International Cup.

  • Mumtaz Mahal (horse) - Mumtaz Mahal (1921-1945) was a British Thoroughbred filly racehorse whom the National Sporting Library's Thoroughbred Heritage website says was "one of the most important broodmares of the 20th Century. ".

  • Mushka (horse) - Mushka is owned by Brushwood Stable, and was bred by Diane Snowden. She is currently trained by William I. Mott and is most recognized for winning the Grade one Spinster Stakes in 2009....

  • Music Note - Music Note (February 5, 2005 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse sired by A. P. Indy and out of the Sadler's Wells mare, Note Musicale....

  • Musir - Musir (foaled 2007) is Australian-bred Redoute's Choice (by Danehill). Musir also highlights the emergence of dual champion sire Encosta De Lago as a broodmare sire. Musir is trained by Mike de Kock (SA) and is owned by Mohammed bin Khalifa Al MaktoumThe bay colt was a Group 1 winner in South Africa as two year old who in 2010 is undefeated in his three starts and on March 27 improved to 5-1-0 from seven life time starts in winning the UAE Derby....

  • Musket (horse) - Musket (1867-1885) was an English-bred Thoroughbred racehorse and a leading sire in Australia and New Zealand.

  • Mutafaweq - Mutafaweq (foaled February 21, 1996 in Kentucky) is a Thoroughbred racehorse who raced successfully in England, Germany, and Canada.

  • My Babu - My Babu (1945-1970) was a French-bred Thoroughbred racehorse who became one of the most influential sires in American breeding of show jumpers, eventers and hunters. His descendants include Bruce Davidson's former eventing mount JJ Babu, Anky van Grunsven's dressage horse Bonfire, and puissance and grand prix jumper Sympatico. Also, the grand prix jumper Napur is related to him through his sire Damascus dam Kerala....

  • My Charmer - My Charmer (1969-1993) was an American Thoroughbred filly racehorse best known as an outstanding broodmare. Bred by Ben Castleman in Kentucky, she was sired by Bowling Green Handicap winner Poker, a son of U. S....

  • My Dear III - My Dear (foaled 1917 in Virginia) was an American Thoroughbred Champion Filly racehorse.

  • My Flag - My Flag (foaled in 1993 at Claiborne Farm in Paris, Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred Filly Racehorse. She was bred and owned by Ogden Phipps and trained by National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame Trainer Claude R. McGaughey III....

  • My Juliet - My Juliet (1972-2001) was an American Thoroughbred Champion racehorse who defeated both male and female competitors. Bred in Kentucky, she was out of the mare, My Bupers. Her sire was Gallant Romeo, the multiple stakes winning son of U....

  • My Typhoon - My Typhoon (foaled 2002 in Ireland) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse whom the NTRA calls "one of the world's best-bred horses. ".

  • My Way de Solzen - My Way De Solzen is 8 year bay gelding racing horse, who began his racing career trained in France by A. Lamotte D'Argy. He made his first start in 2 mile 1 furling chase at Dieppe, where he was pulled up....

  • Myrtlewood (horse) - Myrtlewood (foaled 1932 in Kentucky) was a champion Thoroughbred race horse as well as an exceptional broodmare. She was by Blue Larkspur, himself by Black Servant by the great sire Black Toney, which means she went back to Ben Brush. Her dam was the French-bred Frizeur, by Sweeper, a son of another great sire, Broomstick by, again, Ben Brush....

  • Mystery Giver - Mystery Giver (foaled April 29, 1998 in Illinois) is a retired American Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning three consecutive editions of the Fair Grounds Handicap at the Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans, Louisiana. Trained by long time trainer Richard Scherer, Mystery Giver set the track record at the Fair Grounds in the Mervin H. Muniz Jr....

  • Nannina - Nannina is a retired British Thoroughbred racehorse.


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