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Lady Ann Reed

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Lady Jamie
f.63 V3 1,17,1
$42 391
e Jamie

                            
                                  

Ladyship Blue Chip

Keystone Joseph
1,14,4

 Lady Blue Chip

Lassie Blue Chip

 Keystone Joan
1,13,8

 Keystone Jazzy 

 

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Winky's Gill 

 

 

 

                                         
                                           

 

 

 

Winky's Goal
1,11,3
$879 160

 

 

 

                                    
Lassie Blue Chip   V3-16,3  (e Speedy Scot)
Häst Född Auto Inkört Val. Far Morfar
WINKY'S GILL 1980 11,7 472 154 USD BONEFISH SPEEDY SCOT
SUPER FLAK 1979 - - - SUPER BOWL SPEEDY SCOT
LADDIE BLUE CHIP 1978 15,9 232 208 NOK SUPER BOWL SPEEDY SCOT
 
 
 
Winky's Gill f.80  1.11.7a  3 386 380 sek (e Bonefish)
Född Häst Kön Auto Inkört Val. Far  
2002 WINKRONIZE H 17,5 25 000 EUR MUSCLES YANKEE  
1999 WINKY'S PINE H 11,7 9 530 USD  PINE CHIP  
1997 WINKY'S CHIP S       PINE CHIP auktionspris usd 200 000
1996 WINKY'S STAR S  14,8 3 670 USD  PINE CHIP auktionspris usd 235 000 till Southwind Farms
1995 SUPER WINKY S       SUPER BOWL  
1991 SUPER WINK H       SUPER BOWL  
1989 WINKY'S TROPHY S       SUPER BOWL köpt av Jahre för usd 210 000 - fick hjärtfel
1990 WINKY'S GOAL S 11,3 844 924 USD ARMBRO GOAL auktionspris usd 210 000/ vinnare av Hamo Oaks
1987 WINKY'S VALENTINE S  17,3 3 099 EUR  SUPER BOWL  
1985 SUPERGILL H 10,6 664 194 USD SUPER BOWL Vinnare av Peter Haughton
  
Philadelphia Filly f.   (e Joie de Vie)
Född Häst Kön Auto Volt Inkört Valuta Far  
1993 AVANTI TOFTEBJERG H 15,8 18,9 101 690 DKK MEADOW ROLAND  
1994 B ZOOT TOFTEBJERG S 19,1 21,5 25 650 DKK ZOOT SUIT  
1995 CHOPIN TOFTEBJERG V 13,8 15,7 675 962 NOK RIDE THE WAVE Dansk Derby vinnare
1997 ENZIO TOFTEBJERG H 15,5 00,0 685 036 DKK KEYSTONE DOMINATOR Kriterie- /Derbyfinalist
1998 FIGHT FOR PEACE V         PEACE ON EARTH  
2000 H.R.CROWN H LINDY'S CROWN
 
  
WINKY'S TROPHY  f.   (e Super Bowl)
Läs mer om Winky's Trophy HÄR och hennes avkommor
 
 
 
     

Winky's Gill dead at 34
Friday, August 29, 2014 - by Ellen Harvey, Harness Racing Communications

Winky’s Gill, winner of a heat of the 1983 Hambletonian, dam of 1993 Hambletonian Oaks winner Winky’s Goal (1:54.4, $844,924) and 1987 Peter Haughton Memorial winner, Supergill (1:53.3, $664,194) died at the age of 34 on August 8 at Perretti Farm, her home of 14 years.  

She was buried in the farm’s equine cemetery. 

The daughter of Bonefish and Lassie Blue Chip was bred by Ulf Moberg and was born January 31, 1980 in Lexington, Kentucky.

Her stakes wins include the 1982 Merrie Annabelle, Acorn, Review, Hayes and Lexington Filly Stakes.  In addition to a heat of the 1983 Hambletonian against colts in which she was third overall, she won the Coaching Club Oaks, Breeders Filly Stakes, Review and the Bluegrass Stake.  Her 15 wins in 27 starts got her purse earnings of $472,154 and a mark of 1:55.2.

In her later years, Winky’s Gill served as babysitter for yearling fillies at Perretti Farm, a job at which she excelled, but only after two tries. 

“We tried her back when she was a young girl in her mid-twenties,” said Breeding Operations Manager Lindsay Taylor in the book Standardbred Old Friends, in which Winky’s Gill is one of 43 horses featured. 

“Winky decided she really didn’t want to come in to the barn any more.  It became a problem.  She figured out that every time we were coming out, she was coming in the barn and would be separated from her charges. 

“She decided she was the matriarchal mare and she was going to round up her herd and take off for the foothills.  She regarded it as her responsibility to round up the babies and take them to a safe place. It was actually pretty funny if you weren’t the one out there trying to catch them.”

Given another chance a few years later, Winky’s Gill got the hang of the job and made life easier for farm staff by leading fillies in to the barn for farrier and veterinary care.  “It’s like the Pied Piper,” said Taylor.  “Where ever she goes, they follow her in a little line. She usually selects one or two favorites, or they select her, I’m not sure which way it goes. 

“She’ll have a couple; we call them her lieutenants, who have a special affinity for her or she for them.  She keeps them within 20 or 30 feet.  They form a kind of bond.  When she moves, they go with her.  If not, she usually goes back and round them up and takes them with her.”

Taylor said that Winky’s Gill liked those she knew well, but had a definite opinion about one particular profession.  “She’s been around enough veterinarians that she’s a little leery of them.”