TrainerR. Dutrow Jr.
OwnerMr. & Mrs. William K. Warren Jr.
BreederEdward P. Evans
Many racing greats show brilliance early in their careers while others grow into their peak performances as they mature. With eventual Horse of the Year Saint Liam, it was the latter. He made nine starts as a 3-year-old and did not win a stakes race. His career began to blossom late in his 4-year-old season when he missed by a neck to eventual Horse of the Year Ghostzapper, while drifting out in the Grade 1 Woodward Stakes. Blinkers were added to his equipment and he lost only two races throughout the rest of his career. During the first half of 1995, Saint Liam scored Grade 1 victories in the Donn Handicap at Gulfstream and the Stephen Foster at Churchill Downs. He entered the Classic with a powerful redemption win in the Woodward under new jockey Jerry Bailey. Despite breaking outward from post 12, he gained good position and swept four wide to win by a length over a stubborn Flower Alley to give Bailey his 15th Breeders’ Cup score.
|November 26, 2004||Clark H.||CHURCHILL DOWNS||2||1|
|September 11, 2004||Woodward S.||BELMONT PARK||1||2|
|April 03, 2004||Oaklawn H.||OAKLAWN PARK||2||3|
|February 29, 2004||New Orleans H.||FAIR GROUNDS||2||2|
|January 18, 2004||GULFSTREAM PARK||1|
|December 12, 2003||AQUEDUCT||1|
|August 24, 2003||SARATOGA||6|
|August 04, 2003||National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame H.||SARATOGA||2||10|
|July 05, 2003||Iowa Derby||PRAIRIE MEADOWS||2|
|June 08, 2003||CHURCHILL DOWNS||1|
|May 25, 2003||CHURCHILL DOWNS||2|
|April 12, 2003||Arkansas Derby||OAKLAWN PARK||2||7|
|March 28, 2003||GULFSTREAM PARK||1|
|February 22, 2003||GULFSTREAM PARK||2|