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Sire Saint Ballado
Dam Goulash
Grandsire Halo
Damsire Mari's Book
Gender Stallion
Foaled March 17, 2003
Country United States (Kentucky)
Color Dark brown, almost black
Breeder Jerry & Liz Squyres
Owner Aaron and Marie Jones
Trainer Todd A. Pletcher
Record 16: 6-3-3
Earnings $816,414
Sunriver is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Goulash by Saint Ballado. He was born on March 17, 2003 in the United States (Kentucky), and was bred by Jerry & Liz Squyres.
Major wins
Peter Pan Stakes (2006)
Bowling Green Handicap (2006)
Hollywood Turf Cup Stakes (2007)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on December 8, 2007

Sunriver (foaled March 17, 2003 in Kentucky, died 2009) is an American Thoroughbred race horse who was a contender for the Triple Crown in 2006.



Sunriver is owned by Aaron and Marie Jones and trained by Todd Pletcher. Sunriver was bred in Kentucky by Jerry & Liz Squyres.


Sired by Saint Ballado, his dam is Goulash by Mari's Book, which makes him a full brother to the 2004 Eclipse Award American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly, Ashado.


Finish Race Distance Track Condition
1st Hollywood Turf Cup Stakes 12 furlongs Hollywood Park soft
2nd Man o' War Stakes One and three eighth miles Belmont Park  ?
1st Bowling Green Handicap One and three eighth miles Belmont Park  ?
3rd Belmont Stakes One and one/half miles Belmont Park  ?
1st Peter Pan Stakes 9 furlongs Belmont Park  ?
3rd Florida Derby One and One-Eighth Miles Gulfstream Park Fast
1st Allowance One and One-Eighth Miles Gulfstream Park Fast
7th Holy Bull Stakes One and One-Eighth Miles Gulfstream Park Sloppy
2nd Allowance One and One-Eighth Miles Gulfstream Park Fast
1st Maiden One and One-Eighths Miles Aqueduct Racetrack Fast
2nd Maiden Six and One-Half Furlongs Belmont Park Fast

Sunriver died of a suspected heart attack in August 2009



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