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Yearly Report

Yearly Report
Sire General Meeting
Dam Fiscal Year
Grandsire Seattle Slew
Damsire Half A Year
Gender Mare
Foaled 2001
Country United States
Color Dark Brown
Breeder John C. Mabee
Owner Golden Eagle Farm
Trainer Bob Baffert
Record 10: 6-2-0
Earnings $835,900
Summary
Yearly Report is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Fiscal Year by General Meeting. She was born around 2001 in the United States, and was bred by John C. Mabee.
Major wins
Black-Eyed Susan Stakes (2004)
Santa Ynez Stakes (2004)
Delaware Oaks (2004)
Stonerside Stakes (2004)
Melair Stakes (2004)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Yearly Report (foaled January 23, 2001 in California) is an American thoroughbred mare racehorse. She is sired by multiple grade one stakes winner, General Meeting who a leading American sire. He in turn was sired by a legend in both racing and breeding in Seattle Slew who was a Triple Crown winner and United States Horse of the Year. She was out of the mare, Fiscal Year.[1]

Yearly Report raced a total of 10 times and won or placed in eight races, six of them stakes races. Yearly Report is probably best known for her wins in the grade two Black-Eyed Susan Stakes and the grade one Delaware Oaks.

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Two year-old season

Yearly Report, was bought back by Mrs. John Mabee at Barretts Sale in May 2003 for $95,000. She debuted nicely with a four-length score in a maiden special weight event at Hollywood Park in November. She earned $90,000 for her maiden victory. She had some more early success as a two year-old, when she placed second to Silent Sighs in the state-bred California Breeders' Champion Stakes on December 27 at Santa Anita Park, losing by three lengths after a slow start in her initial stakes try.

Three-year-old season

As a three-year-old in 2004, Yearly Report won the grade two Santa Ynez Stakes run at Santa Anita Park in March of that year. That race is considered a prep for the Filly Triple Crown including the Kentucky Oaks. In her third career start for trainer Bob Baffert, the bay filly made her graded stakes debut a successful one. Coming from off the pace while, she went seven furlongs on the dirt in a stakes-record 1:21 for her second win by 4-1/2 lengths.

Then Golden Eagle Farm and Baffert decided to take a big step up in classentering her in the $200,000 grade two Black-Eyed Susan Stakes, the featured event May 14 at Pimlico Race Course. The Black-Eyed Susan Stakes is considered by many to be the de-facto second leg of the "Filly Triple Crown." Yearly Report rated just off a very soft pace and then made her move on the far turn and drew away to win Black-Eyed Susan Stakes. In the Black-Eyed Susan, America America and Rare Gift dueled through an opening quarter-mile in :25 and a half-mile in :49 on a tiring track. Yearly Report was right behind in third was followed by Native Annie and Pawyne Princess. Jockey Jerry Bailey asked Yearly Report for more near the top of the stretch, and the filly got past a stubborn Rare Gift to win by 1-1/2 lengths over Pawyne Princess, who edged Rare Gift by a neck.

With Bailey in the irons, California-bred Yearly Report, was dispatched as the odds-on choice of eight stakes winners in the 1-1/8 mile test for three year-old fillies. "It wasn't easy, but she doesn't know how to quit. This was the filly version of the Preakness, and we will take it as a big win. There is no question she likes to respond to a challenge. They can run up to her, but it's not easy to go by her." Bailey added. Later that year Yearly Report, won the state-bred Melair Stakes at Santa Anita Park and then had a fourth-place finish on a sloppy-track in the Alabama Stakes on dirt at 1-1/4 miles (9 furlongs) at Saratoga Race Course.

Yearly Report fell just short in October 2003 placing second in a Cal Cup race. Dream of Summer came back on along on the inside to nose out heavily favored Yearly Report and win the $150,000 California Cup Matron at Oak Tree at Santa Anita Park.

Retirement

While training for the $500,000 Sunshine Millions Distaff at Santa Anita on January 29, 2004 Yearly Report had a setback, re-injuring a minor ankle ailment that caused her to miss the La Brea Stakes in December. Yearly Report was retired in February 2004 and booked to the stallion Gone West in her first year of breeding.

References

  1. Pedigree Online, Thoroughbred Database;[1].


  • [2] Pedigree & Partial Stats



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