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Sire Seeking The Gold
Dam Better Than Honour
Grandsire Mr. Prospector
Damsire Deputy Minister
Gender Stallion
Foaled 2003
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Skara Glen Stables
Owner Shadwell Racing
Trainer Kiaran McLaughlin
Record 11: 2-5-0
Earnings $890,532
Jazil is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Better Than Honour by Seeking The Gold. He was born around 2003 in the United States, and was bred by Skara Glen Stables.
Major wins
American Classic Race wins:
Belmont Stakes (2006)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on June 6, 2007

Jazil (foaled February 11, 2003 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse.

In 2006, Jazil dead-heated for fourth place in the Kentucky Derby but then won the Belmont Stakes, the final leg of the Triple Crown.



Jazil is owned by the Shadwell Stable. He is trained by Kiaran McLaughlin and is ridden by Fernando Jara. He was bred in Kentucky by Skara Glen Stables.


His sire is Seeking The Gold, who also sired Dubai Millennium, while his dam is Better Than Honour by Deputy Minister. His grandsire was Mr. Prospector and in his breeding line are such horses as Raise a Native and Northern Dancer.

Teeming - 2001 bay filly by Storm Cat
Magnificent Honour - 2002 bay filly by A.P. Indy
Rags to Riches - 2004 chestnut filly by A.P. Indy
Casino Drive - 2005 chesnut colt by A.P. Indy
Man of Iron - 2006 colt by Giant's Causeway

In September 2007, Jazil was retired to stud at Shadwell Farm's Lexington, Kentucky division. His fee has been set at $12,500 live foal.

Racing career

Date Finish Race Distance Track Condition
April 27, 2007 12th Elkhorn Stakes One and One-Half Miles (Turf) Keeneland Race Course Fast
February 8, 2007 2nd Allowance Optional Claiming One and One-Eighth Miles (Dirt) Gulfstream Park Fast
January 5, 2007 2nd Allowance One and One-Sixteenth Miles (Dirt) Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
June 10, 2006 1st Belmont Stakes One and a Half Miles (Dirt) Belmont Park Fast
May 6, 2006 4th (Dead Heat) Kentucky Derby One and a Quarter Miles (Dirt) Churchill Downs Fast
April 8, 2006 2nd Wood Memorial Stakes One and One-Eighth Miles (Dirt) Aqueduct Racetrack Sloppy
March 4, 2006 7th Fountain of Youth Stakes One and One-Eighth Miles (Dirt) Gulfstream Park Fast
February 2, 2006 2nd Allowance One and One-Eighth Miles (Dirt) Gulfstream Park Fast
December 7, 2005 1st Maiden One and One-Sixteenth Miles (Dirt) Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
November 12, 2005 2nd Maiden Seven Furlongs (Dirt) Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
October 23, 2005 6th Maiden Five and One-Half Furlongs (Dirt) Aqueduct Racetrack Fast



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