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Salerno (horse)


Salerno
Sire Sir Ribot
Dam Winsome Woman
Grandsire Ribot
Damsire Blandisher
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1965
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Snowden-Doherty
Owner James P. Mills
Trainer William H. Turner, Jr.
Record 33: 8-3-8
Earnings US$103,149
Summary
Salerno is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Winsome Woman by Sir Ribot. He was born around 1965 in the United States, and was bred by Snowden-Doherty.
Major wins
Remsen Stakes (1967)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on April 22, 2010

Salerno (foaled 1965 in Kentucky) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse who compiled a record of 8-3-8 in 33 career starts and retired in 1969 with earnings of $103,149. He was owned by Alice and James P. Mills and trained by William H. Turner, Jr. who went on to train the 1977 U.S. Triple Crown winner, Seattle Slew.

A grandson of the great European star, Ribot, among Salerno's most important success came as a two-year-old when he won the 1967 Remsen Stakes. The following year, he had a second place finish in the Withers Stakes.

Salerno was retired to his owner's Hickory Tree Farm in Middleburg, Virginia.

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