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Unrivaled Belle

Unrivaled Belle
Sire Unbridled's Song
Dam Queenie Belle
Grandsire Unbridled
Damsire Bertrando
Gender Filly
Foaled 2006
Country United States
Color Gray
Breeder Gary Seidler & Peter Vegso
Owner Gary Seidler & Peter Vegso
Trainer William I. Mott
Record 8: 5-2-0
Earnings $525,929
Summary
Unrivaled Belle is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Queenie Belle by Unbridled's Song. She was born around 2006 in the United States, and was bred by Gary Seidler & Peter Vegso.
Major wins
Real Prize Stakes (2009)
Rampart Stakes (2010)
La Troienne Stakes (2010)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on April 30, 2010

Unrivaled Belle (foaled 2006) is a gray/roan American Thoroughbred racehorse owned and bred in Kentucky by Gary Seidler & Peter Vegso. She is a daughter of America's champion sire and champion racehorse Unbridled's Song, a descendant of the very influerntial sire, Mr. Prospector, out of the Grade II winner Queenie Belle (Bertrando).

The Kentucky-bred Unrivaled Belle was listed as sold for $260,000 at Keeneland September.

Racing Career

Unrivaled Belle to date has won 4 of her seven starts with a 6¾-length win over Banker's Buy in the $66150 Real Prize Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at Belmont. In November of her 3 year old season she finished second to Flashing.

At 4, she won the Rampart Stakes, then on April 30, defeated 2009 American Horse of the Year Rachel Alexandra to win the La Troienne Stakes at Churchill Downs by a head.

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