Users' questions

Who trained Real Quiet?

Who trained Real Quiet?

Bob Baffert
Trained by Bob Baffert, racing as a two-year-old in 1997, Real Quiet started slowly, competing in seven races before getting his first win in a maiden special weight at Hollywood Park at eight and a half furlongs by 3 lengths.

What year did Real Quiet win the Kentucky Derby?

Real Quiet, (foaled 1995), American racehorse (Thoroughbred) who in 1998 won the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes but lost at the Belmont Stakes, ending his bid for the coveted Triple Crown of American horse racing.

How much is the racehorse authentic worth?

Authentic (racehorse)

Owner Spendthrift Farm, MyRaceHorse Stable, Madaket Stables and Starlight Racing
Trainer Bob Baffert
Record 8: 6-2-0
Earnings $7,201,200

Has any horse ever beat Secretariat’s time?

The true king of thoroughbred horse racing gets another jewel on his illustrious crown by holding the record for the fastest Derby time ever. Secretariat clocked in at 1:59.40 at the 1973 Kentucky Derby®, an all-time record for the race and for the 1 1/4 mile track at Churchill Downs®.

What do you need to know about racehorse tycoon?

Racehorse Tycoon is a super fun and exciting racing game that you can play online and for free on Buy a horse, hire jockey and trainer and finally choose feed and stable for your horse. Choose a race and start your career as Racehorse Tycoon! All horses and jockeys have different qualities and skills.

What kind of horse is ” Real Quiet “?

Real Quiet Sire Quiet American Grandsire Fappiano Dam Really Blue Damsire Believe It

Where did the Kentucky Derby horse Real Quiet come from?

Real Quiet entered stud for a fee of $25,000 in 2000 at Vinery Kentucky near Lexington. George Hofmeister’s Highland Farm had purchased the breeding rights to the horse the month before the Kentucky Derby.

Where did the horse Real Quiet die at?

Real Quiet died on September 27, 2010, after falling in his paddock at Penn Ridge Farms. A street in unincorporated Prince William County, Virginia, intersecting a street named for fellow racehorse Sunday Silence, is named for him. However, it is misspelled as “Real Quite Ct.”