American chestnut

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Synonyms for American chestnut

large tree found from Maine to Alabama

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Dam winner, placed 2nd in Canadian Oaks, half-sister to 2 other winners, inc.
Out of the Canadian Oaks winner Classy 'n Smart, he is a brother to Canadian Grade 1 winner Full of Wonder.
By an outstanding stud influence out of a winner of the Canadian Oaks. From a highly successful North American family.
Her Buckpasser half-brother L'Enjoleur was as tough as he was talented, winning half of his 30 races, including a US Grade 1, in only two seasons' and her Tentam half-sister La Voyageuse racked up 56 starts, with the Canadian Oaks among her 26 successes.
Agent Billy Badgett signed the ticket on behalf of Florida resident Steve Wiezcholz for the colt, who is a half-brother to Canadian Oaks third-placed Forest Princess, out of the Vice Regent mare Victorious Vice.
Classy N' Smart was named with some prescience, as she won the 1984 Canadian Oaks before entering the breeding shed.
Next dam unraced half-sister to a stakes-winner in Jamaica, out of a stakes-placed sister to Canadian Oaks winner Cool Mood.
He was also a full-brother to Northernette, the highweighted two-year-old filly on the Canadian Free Handicap in 1976 and, like her dam, a winner of the Canadian Oaks. The combination of Storm Bird's fashionable pedigree and the bullish mood of the yearling market in 1979 prompted a partnership assembled by the late Robert Sangster to pay $1 million for the colt at the 1979 Keeneland July Yearling Sale.
From 18 crops of racing age, Bates Motel has sired 38 stakes winners, including Canadian Oaks winner Blondeinamotel, Peruvian Horse of the Year and champion three-year-old filly Batuka, and Graded stakes winners Private School, Rare Blend, Barbarika, Girl On A Mission, Mysterious Moll and Grits'n Hard Toast.
Celtic Miss is a Celtic Swing half-sister to dual Grade 1 winner Deputy Governor out of Canadian Oaks winner Regent Miss, and Rosie is by Bering out of Group 3 winner Scarlet Plume, herself a daughter of Oaks heroine Circus Plume.
In races run a week apart, she became the first filly ever to land the double of Canadian Oaks and the top event for Canadian-breds, the Queen's Plate; south of the border she ran second to Cicada in the Kentucky Oaks and a close fourth in the CCA Oaks.
A winner in France as a four-year-old, the mare is a daughter of the Grade 1 Canadian Oaks winner Northernette-a full-sister to Storm Bird.
As it turned out, 19 ran, 17 won, five of them won stakes, and one of them, Deputy Jane West, became a dual champion in the Dominion, where the Canadian Oaks figured among her victories.
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