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Uttermost

Uttermost
Sire Soleil Du Midi
Dam Uppermost
Grandsire Teddy
Damsire Cohort
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1942
Country Canada
Color Bay
Breeder Harry C. Hatch
Owner Harry C. Hatch
Trainer Cecil Howard
Record 34: 14-5-1
Earnings $45,830
Summary
Uttermost is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Uppermost by Soleil Du Midi. He was born around 1942 in Canada, and was bred by Harry C. Hatch.
Major wins

Clarendon Stakes (1944)
Mrs. Orpen's Cup and Saucer Handicap (1944)
Winnipeg Futurity (1944)
Coronation Futurity (1944)
Plate Trial Stakes (1945)

Canadian Classic Race wins:
King's Plate (1945)
Prince of Wales Stakes (1945)
Breeders' Stakes (1945)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Uttermost (foaled 1942 in Ontario) was a Canadian Thoroughbred racehorse who in 1945 won the three races that would later form the official Canadian Triple Crown series.

Bred and raced by liquor magnate, Harry C. Hatch, Uttermost was trained by Cecil Howard and ridden by future Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame jockey, Bobby Watson.

Uttermost was the top two-year-old in Canada before his remarkable season in 1945 when he would again be the country's top horse.

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