Who owns the horse Smarty Jones?

Who owns the horse Smarty Jones?

Smarty Jones
Breeder Someday Farm
Owner Roy and Patricia Chapman
Trainer John Servis
Record 9: 8-1-0

How much is Smarty Jones stud fee?

His stud fee is now $3,500.

Where was Smarty Jones bred?

Foaled in Pennsylvania, Smarty Jones was bred and owned by Roy and Pat Chapman’s Someday Farm. He was trained by John Servis.

How do I look up my horses papers?

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What happened to racehorse Barbaro?

Although Barbaro’s broken leg healed, he developed laminitis, a painful and often crippling hoof condition, in his left hind leg. Following several more procedures, Barbaro was found to have laminitis in both front legs. Barbaro was euthanized on January 29, 2007.

Where is Smarty Jones today?

Smarty Jones, one of the most popular winners, was born in Pennsylvania and is now on a farm in the Susquehanna Valley.

How do I find my horse racing history?

If your horse raced, you can find the owner/trainer at the time of the horse’s last race using the Horse Search feature at equibase.com and looking at the most recent chart or by ordering race records at equineline.com. You can view sample reports before you order, and sign up is free.

What horse was euthanized on the track?

Eight Belles (February 23, 2005 – May 3, 2008) was an American Thoroughbred racehorse who came second in the 2008 Kentucky Derby to the winner Big Brown. Her collapse just after the race resulted in immediate euthanasia….

Eight Belles
Dam Away
Damsire Dixieland Band
Sex Filly
Foaled February 23, 2005

What happened to Eight Belles the horse?

Note: Delaware horse Eight Belles was euthanized at the Kentucky Derby in 2008 after breaking both front legs. This story ran Sunday, May 4, 2008 in the News Journal. Horse racing fans in Delaware were surprised to see Eight Belles stumble and fall after she crossed the finish line second in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby.

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