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One For Rose

One For Rose
Sire Tejano Run
Dam Saucyladygaylord
Grandsire Tejano
Damsire Lord Gaylord
Gender Filly
Foaled 1999
Country Canada
Color Dark Bay/Brown
Breeder Hill 'n' Dale Farms
Owner Tucci Stables
Trainer Sid C. Attard
Record 27: 15-5-2
Earnings Can$1,380,298
Summary
One For Rose is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Saucyladygaylord by Tejano Run. She was born around 1999 in Canada, and was bred by Hill 'n' Dale Farms.
Major wins
Algoma Stakes (2003, 2004, 2005)
Maple Leaf Stakes (2003, 2004)
Ontario Matron Handicap (2004, 2005)
Seagram Cup Stakes (2004, 2005)
Awards
Canadian Champion Older Female Horse (2003, 2004, 2005)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

One For Rose (foaled 1999 in Ontario) is a Canadian three-time Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. On October 4, 2002, with little success in racing at nearly four years of age, One For Rose was claimed for $40,000 by trainer Sid Attard for Lou and Carlo Tucci's racing stable. Under trainer Attard, the filly blossomed in 2003 and earned the first of her three consecutive Sovereign Awards as the Canadian Champion Older Female Horse. She was retired at the end of the 2005 racing season after having won her third straight running of the Algoma Stakes, her second straight Ontario Matron Handicap and having beaten her male counterparts in her second straight victory in the Seagram Cup Stakes.

Sent to the January 2006 Keeneland Sales, One For Rose was sold as a broodmare prospect to Isami Nakamura of Japan for US$875,000. [1]

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