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Panty Raid (horse)

Panty Raid
Sire Include
Dam Adventurous Di
Grandsire Broad Brush
Damsire Private Account
Gender Mare
Foaled 2004
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Heaven Trees Farm
Owner Glencrest Farm
Trainer Todd Pletcher
Record 10: 5-2-1
Earnings $1,052,380
Summary
Panty Raid is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Adventurous Di by Include. She was born around 2004 in the United States, and was bred by Heaven Trees Farm.
Major wins
Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (2007)
Spinster Stakes (2007)
American Oaks (2007)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Panty Raid, (foaled March 8, 2004 in Kentucky) a grade I winner on dirt and turf, a millionaire daughter of Include raced for the Greathouse family’s Glencrest Farm and Dan Taylor. Panty Raid was nominated for an Eclipse Award for the American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly in 2007 but finished a close third behind Octave. Both Octave and Panty Raid finished far behind in the voting to champion Rags to Riches.

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Early career

Glencrest bought Panty Raid for $275,000 at the 2006 Keeneland April sale of 2-year-olds in training from Niall Brennan Stables, agent. Panty Raid was the daughter of Pimlico Special Handicap winner Include produced from the stakes-placed Private Account mare Adventurous Di.

Three year-old season

Panty Raid started her sophomore season with two strong performances but missed the winners circle twice as she placed in the grade two Falls City Handicap at Churchill Downs at nine furlongs and the grade three Bourbonette Oaks at Turfway Park at one mile.[1]

In May her connections decided to enter her in the second jewel of America's defacto Filly Triple Crown, the $250,000 grade two Black-Eyed Susan Stakes. Panty Raid was the second choice at 5-2 on the morning line in a strong field of eight stakes winners that included grade one winner and favorite Baroness Thatcher. After breaking cleanly from post two in a field of three year-old fillies, Panty Raid saved ground around both turns riding close to the rail of the 1-1/8-mile race. At the top of the stretch Panty Raid angled out for the drive. Baroness Thatcher, ridden by Garrett Gomez, clung grimly to the lead as she passed the furlong pole, but she was no match for the steady run of Panty Raid, who prevailed by a length over Winning Point, the 3-1 third choice. Baroness Thatcher, the 8-5 favorite, was another neck back in third. Panty Raid's romp on ESPN's national TV broadcast on the Preakness undercard enhanced her reputation greatly and moved her to the top of her age group.[2]

Panty Raid accomplished a rarity last year for a 3-year-old filly. She beat older fillies and mares in both the grade one American Oaks Invitational on the turf at Hollywood Park and the grade one Juddmonte Spinster Stakes at Keeneland on the polytrack. She has won on dirt, turf and synthetics at distances ranging from six furlongs to 10 furlongs, and had won four of her last five starts overall previous to the Breeders' Cup.

Retirement

Panty Raid was retired from racing because of a torn suspensory ligament, May 27, 2008 in her 4-year-old season. Panty Raid, who arrived May 29 at Glencrest near Midway, Ky., had been in training with Todd Pletcher at Belmont Park. She is not scheduled to be bred until the 2009 breeding season.

References

  1. Pedigree On-line Thoroughbred Database
  2. 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 54 on March 3, 2007.



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