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Track Robbery

Track Robbery
Sire No Robbery
Dam Left at Home
Grandsire Swaps
Damsire Run for Nurse
Gender Filly
Foaled 1976
Country United States
Color Chestnut
Breeder Edgar Kitchen
Owner Summa Stable
Trainer Robert L. Wheeler
John W. Russell
Record 59: 22-12-7
Earnings $1,098,357
Summary
Track Robbery is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Left at Home by No Robbery. She was born around 1976 in the United States, and was bred by Edgar Kitchen.
Major wins
Beverly Hills Handicap (1981)
Vanity Handicap (1981)
Santa Ana Handicap (1982)
Apple Blossom Handicap (1982)
Spinster Stakes (1982)
Awards
American Champion Older Female Horse (1982)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Track Robbery (foaled 1976 in Kentucky) was an American Thoroughbred Champion filly racehorse. Out of the mare, Left at Home, she was sired by Wood Memorial Stakes winner, No Robbery, a son of U.S. Racing Hall of Fame inductee, Swaps.

Raced by Los Angeles Kings owner Bruce McNall under the Summa Stable banner, Track Robbery was trained by Robert Wheeler in all but one of her career starts with John W. Russell her winning trainer in the 1982 Spinster Stakes. In 1982, the filly won three Grade I races en route to being voted American Champion Older Female Horse honors.

Retired to broodmare duty, Track Robbery's most successful runner was the multiple stakes winner, Train Robbery.

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