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Real Quiet Adds US Black-Type

Tuesday, 15th February 2011

On the US track, former Vinery Stud shuttler & 1998 Gr1 Kentucky Derby winner Real Quiet (Quiet American-Really Blue, by Believe It) added a black-type success when 6YO gelding Quiet Again (Real Quiet-Wild Time, by Gilded Time) scored a 1-length victory in the US$50,000 Listed Curribot Handicap (8.5 furlongs) at Sunland Park in New Mexico (after placing in this same race in both 2010 & 2009). Quiet Again (ridden by Ken Tohill for trainer Jimmie Claridge) defeated 5YO geldings Red Lead (Red Bullet-Upside, by Unaccounted For) & Irish-bred Imco Spirit (Invincible Spirit-Treasure Hope, by Treasure Kay). Quiet Again took his record to 12 wins (also including 2010's Listed Ruidodo Thoroughbred Championship Handicap over 8.5 furlongs at Ruidoso Downs & Listed Bill Thomas Memorial Handicap over 6.5 furlongs at Sunland Park, plus 2008's Listed Ruidoso Derby Stakes over 8.5 furlongs at Ruidoso Downs) & 15 placings (including last month's Listed Star Of Texas Stakes over 8.5 furlongs at Sam Houston Park, plus 2010's Listed Veteran Stakes over 8.5 furlongs at Zia Park, Listed San Juan County Commissioners Handicap over 9 furlongs at Sunray Park, Listed Carter McGregor Memorial Stakes over 6 furlongs at Lone Star Park, Listed Sunland Handicap over 9 furlongs at Sunland Park & Listed Curribot Handicap over 8.5 furlongs at Sunland Park, as well as 2009's Listed Ruidoso Thoroughbred Championship Handicap over 8.5 furlongs at Ruidoso Downs, Listed Sunland Park Handicap over 9 furlongs at Sunland Park, Listed Bill Thomas Memorial Handicap over 6.5 furlongs at Sunland Park, Listed Curribot Handicap over 8.5 furlongs at Sunland Park & Listed Winsham Lad Handicap over 8 furlongs at Sunland Park, in addition to 2008's Listed Charles Taylor Derby over 8.5 furlongs at Albuquerque & Listed Norgor Derby over 6 furlongs at Ruidoso Downs) from 35 starts for US$431,918 earnings.

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