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Keyed Entry

Keyed Entry is a thoroughbred horse. As a foal of 2003, he was a possible contender for the Triple Crown in 2006.



Keyed Entry is owned by Starlight Stables. He is trained by Todd Pletcher and is ridden by John Velazquez. He was bred in Kentucky by Oakbrook Farm.


His sire is Honour and Glory while his dam is Ava Knowsthecode.


Finish Race Distance Track Condition
1st Deputy Minister Handicap 6.5 furlongs Gulfstream Park Fast
20th Kentucky Derby One and One-Quarter Miles Churchill Downs Fast
3rd Wood Memorial Stakes One and One-Eighth Miles Aqueduct Racetrack Sloppy
2nd Gotham Stakes One and One-Sixteenth Miles Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
1st Hutcheson Stakes Seven and One-Half Furlongs Gulfstream Park Sloppy
1st Allowance Six Furlongs Gulfstream Park Fast
1st Maiden Five Furlongs Monmouth Park Fast



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