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William Donald Schaefer Handicap top three finishers

This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place and the number of starters in the William Donald Schaefer Handicap, a grade 3 American thoroughbred horse race run on dirt at 1-1/8 miles for three-year-olds and up at Pimlico Race Course Template:Country data Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland.[1]


Year

First Place

Second Place

Third Place

Starters

2010 Blame No Advantage Timber Reserve 7
2009 No Advantage Real Merchant Ea 7
2008 no race no race no race 0
2007 Flashy Bull Hesanoldsalt Ryan's for Real 8
2006 Master Command Andromeda's Hero Funny Cide 6
2005 Zacocity Clays Awesome Royal Assault 8
2004 Seattle Fitz The Lady's Groom Roaring Fever 8
2003 Windsor Castle Changeintheweather Tempest Fugit 8
2002 Tenpins Bowman's Band Tactical Side 7
2001 Perfect Cat Rize Judge's Case 8
2000 Ecton Park The Groom Is Red Crosspatch 4
1999 Perfect to a Tee Allen's Oop Smile Again 7
1998 Acceptable Littlebitlively Testafly 8
1997 Western Echo Suave Prospect Mary's Buckaroo 5
1996 Canaveral Michael's Star Rugged Bugger 7
1995 Tidal Surge Mary's Buckaro Ameri Valay 5
1994 Taking Risks Frottage Super Memory 6

A designates an American Champion or Eclipse Award winner.


References

  1. 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 47 on March 3, 2007.



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