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Sire Youth
Dam Furioso
Grandsire Ack Ack
Damsire Ballymoss
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1980
Country Great Britain
Color Chestnut
Breeder Eric B. Moller & White Lodge Stud
Owner Mollers Racing
Trainer Geoff Wragg
Record 13: 6-1-3
Earnings $647,148
Teenoso is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Furioso by Youth. He was born around 1980 in Great Britain, and was bred by Eric B. Moller & White Lodge Stud.
Major wins
Lingfield Derby Trial (1983)
Epsom Derby (1983)
K. George VI & Q. Elizabeth Stakes (1984)
Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (1984)
Ormonde Stakes (1984)
Timeform rating: 135
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on January 26, 2007

Teenoso (1980-1999) was a Thoroughbred racehorse bred in England.

Racing for Ralph "Budgie" Moller and his brother, Eric, Teenoso won the 1983 Epsom Derby by three lengths, ridden by Lester Piggott, his ninth and last Derby winner. The ground that day was heavy which is very unusual for that time of year.[1] Teenoso also won the 1984 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot and at Hippodrome de Saint-Cloud in France, won the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud.

Teenoso was euthanized on October 4, 1999 at Pitts Farm Stud in Sherborne, Dorset.



  1. Associated Press, Teenoso Is a Winner in Epsom Derby, New York Times, June 2, 1983
Pedigree of Teenoso
Ack Ack Battle Joined Armageddon
Ethel Walker
Fast Turn Turn-To
Cherokee Rose
Gazala Dark Star Royal Gem
Belle Angevine L'Amiral
Ballymoss Mossborough Nearco
All Moonshine
Indian Call Singapore
Violetta Pinza Chanteur
Urshalim Nasrullah


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