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Inish Glora

(Disambiguation: For the island off the west coast of Erris, Mayo, Ireland, see Inishglora)

Inish Glora
Sire Regal Classic
Dam Star Guest
Grandsire Vice Regent
Damsire Assert
Gender Filly
Foaled 1998
Country Canada
Color Bay
Breeder C. G. Scott
Owner Robert J. Costigan
Trainer 1) Kathy Bremner
2) Macdonald Benson
Record 32: 9-9-4
Earnings $935,128
Summary
Inish Glora is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Star Guest by Regal Classic. She was born around 1998 in Canada, and was bred by C. G. Scott.
Major wins
Strawberry Morn Stakes (2002)
Canadian Handicap (2003)
Victoriana Stakes (2003, 2004)
Nassau Stakes (2004)
Awards
Canadian Champion Female Turf Horse
(2003, 2004)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Inish Glora (foaled 1998 in Ontario) is a Canadian Thoroughbred Champion Filly racehorse. She was sired by the Canadian Champion 2-Yr-Old-Colt, Regal Classic, a grandson of Northern Dancer. Her dam was Star Guest, a daughter of Irish-bred Assert who won four Group One races in Europe including the Irish Derby Stakes and Prix du Jockey Club.

Inish Glora was first trained by Kathy Bremner from a base at Hastings Racecourse in Vancouver, British Columbia where she raced at age two and for part of her three-year-old campaign. Sent to trainer Mac Benson at Toronto's Woodbine Racetrack, the filly would earn the Sovereign Award for Champion Female Turf Horse at age five and six.

Retired to broodmare duty at Windfields Farm near Oshawa, Ontario, Inish Gloria has produced a foal by Gone West in 2006 and two by Elusive Quality during the next two years.

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