Winning Colors (March 14, – February 17, ) was an American Hall of Fame Champion Thoroughbred racehorse and one of only three fillies to ever. Winning Colors, winner of the Kentucky Derby (gr. I), was euthanized Feb. 17 following complications from colic at Hagyard Davidson.
Winning horse, Risen Star · Jockey · Eddie Delahoussaye · Conditions, Fast. Surface, Dirt. ← · →. The Preakness Stakes was the th running of the Preakness Stakes thoroughbred 6, Winning Colors, -, -, $ Winning Colors (March 14, – February 17, ) was an American Hall of Fame In the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the U.S. Triple Crown, Winning Colors finished third to Risen Star, who then won the 1½ mile Belmont Stakes.
Regret (April 2, – April 11, ) was a famous American thoroughbred racehorse and the first of three fillies to ever win the Kentucky Derby. Pedigree expert and racing historian Avalyn Hunter discusses the Kentucky Derby winner Regret as a racehorse, as an individual horse and as a producer.
The third filly to win the Kentucky Derby (USA-I), Winning Colors was . Silver Colors (, by Mr. Greeley) failed to win in four starts but is the. Winning Colors (March 14, – February 17, ) was an American Hall of Fame two-year-old season. Racing on the West Coast of the United States for trainer D. Wayne Lukas, Winning Colors won both of her starts at age two.
Year, Winner, Jockey, Trainer, Owner, Time. · Country House, Flavien Prat, William I. Mott, Mrs. JV Shields, EJM McFadden and LNJ Foxwoods, · Country House · Flavien Prat · Bill Mott, Mrs. J.V. Shields, Jr., E. J. M. McFadden, Jr. and LNJ Foxwoods, 1 ¼, Sloppy,
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