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River Memories

River Memories
Sire Riverman
Dam Le Vague a Lame
Grandsire Never Bend
Damsire Vaguely Noble
Gender Filly
Foaled 1984
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Alan Clore
Owner 1) Alan Clore
2) Peter M. Brant
Trainer 1) Robert Collet
2) D. Wayne Lukas
Record 35: 6-5-6
Earnings US$915,785 (equivalent)
River Memories is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Le Vague a Lame by Riverman. She was born around 1984 in the United States, and was bred by Alan Clore.
Major wins
Prix de Pomone (1987)
Prix Maurice de Nieuil (1987)
Prix de Royaumont (1987)
Rothman's International (1987)
Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes (1989)
River Memories Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

River Memories (foaled April 17, 1984 in Kentucky) is a Thoroughbred racehorse who competed successfully in France and North America.

Bred and raced by Alan Clore, River Memories raced in France at age two and three. After her win for trainer Robert Collet in the Grade I Rothman's International at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Canada she remained in North America, racing there through age five for new owner Peter M. Brant and trainer, D. Wayne Lukas. In 1989, after losing seventeen consecutive races, River Memories won the Grade I Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes at New York's, Belmont Park. [1]

As a broodmare, River Memories has produced nine foals, none of which have met with racing success.



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