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Swift Temper

Swift Temper
Sire Giant's Causeway
Dam Glasgow's Gold
Grandsire Storm Cat
Damsire Seeking The Gold
Gender Colt
Foaled 2004
Country United States
Color Chestnut
Breeder Richard Nip
Owner Mark H. Stanley
Trainer Dale L. Romans
Record 30: 6-4-3 (to date)
Earnings $1,033,346(to date)
Swift Temper is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Glasgow's Gold by Giant's Causeway. He was born around 2004 in the United States, and was bred by Richard Nip.
Major wins
Gardenia Handicap (2008)
Delaware Handicap (2009)
Ruffian Handicap (2009)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Swift Temper (foaled 2004 in Kentucky) is an American Thoroughbred racehorse. Bred by Richard Nip, she was out of the winning mare Glasgow's Gold, a daughter of American thoroughbred Stallion racehorse, Seeking the Gold. A son of Mr Prospector, she was sired by Giant's Causeway, the 2000 European Horse of the Year and son of Storm Cat.

Swift Temper is owned by Mark H. Stanley and trained by Dale Romans. The Chestnut mare made a surge on the racing environment when the won the Delaware Handicap over Icon Project. After coming off of a well beaten second in the grade one Personal Ensign Stakes, just 13 days after she won the Ruffian Handicap. Made 3:5 betting favorite in the Spinster Stakes at keenland, she was beaten by longshot Muska.



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