Bay Colt by Sultry Song-Jolski’s Star
by Star de Naskra
Owner: Little Read Feather Racing
Trainer: Donald Chatlos
Canvas print by Robert Clark
Canvas Size is 24 X 30, image size is smaller.
2nd Hill Rise S
WON La Jolla G3
WON Academy Road S
2nd La Puente S
2nd Oceanside H
3rd Will Rogers H G3
WON Breeders’ Cup Mile G1
WON San Francisco Mile G2
WON Thunder Road H
2nd Shoemaker BC Mile H G1
2nd Frank Kilroe G2
3rd Oak Tree Mile G2
Last Start: Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1),
October 30, 2004
Next Start: Citation H (G2), November 27,
Horsehats.com Fast Fact: Singletary’s
namesake, former Chicago Bears linebacker Mike Singletary,
was elected to the NFL Hall of Fame in 1998.
Singletary, a son of Sultry Song, is owned by Little Red
Feather Racing and is trained by Don Chatlos. Singletary
is named after the Hall of Fame Chicago Bear linebacker
Mike Singletary who was known as one of the greatest and
most intense linebackers of all-time. Like his namesake,
Singletary is a hard working horse, giving it his all every
time he runs.
Singletary rolled to the lead leaving the
second turn and drew off to an upset victory in the $1.5
million NetJets Breeders' Cup Mile (gr. IT) at Lone Star
Ridden by David Flores, the Southern California-based rider
who has won 15 stakes at Lone Star, Singletary was in mid-pack
rounding the turn as Soaring Free began to relinquish the
lead he had held from the beginning in the mile race contested
over yielding turf. The final time was 1:36.90.
"He broke good and we got a good spot. I just waited
and waited, and when I saw the light at the head of the
stretch, I let him roll," Flores said.
Sent off at 16-1 odds, Singletary paid $35.00 $15.60, and
$9.60. Longshot Antonius Pius was second, paying $37.60
and $13.60, with Six Perfections paying $5.00 for third.
The combination returned a $2 trifecta of $12,435.20.