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Mairzy Doates

Mairzy Doates
Sire Nodouble
Dam Avalanche Lily
Grandsire Noholme
Damsire T. V. Lark
Gender Mare
Foaled 1976
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Preston W. Madden
Owner Arno D. Schefler
Trainer Horatio Luro
Record 33: 12-5-4
Earnings US$740,573
Summary
Mairzy Doates is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Avalanche Lily by Nodouble. She was born around 1976 in the United States, and was bred by Preston W. Madden.
Major wins
Yerba Buena Handicap (1980, 1981)
La Prevoyante Handicap (1981)
Matchmaker Handicap (1981)
New York Handicap (1981)
Japan Cup (1981)
Honors
Mairzy Doates Handicap at Calder Race Course
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on May 22, 2010

Mairzy Doates (foaled 1976 in Kentucky) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse. She was owned by New York City art dealer Arno D. Schefler who bought her as a weanling from breeder Preston W. Madden. Schefler named her for the novelty song "Mairzy Doats" made popular in a 1943 recording by bandleader Al Trace.

Trained by future U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee, Horatio Luro, in 1981, Mairzy Doates competed successfully at racetracks in Florida, California and New York before going to Tokyo, Japan in November where she beat an international field to win the prestigious Japan Cup in course-record time. [1] [2]

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