Trappe Shot

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ch, 2007, 16.0 hands
Entered Stud 2012

2018 Fee: $7,500
Stands and Nurses

Season Inquiries: Bernie Sams
(859) 987-2330 / (859) 233-4252

G2 winner of $703,884 by TAPIT
SH in 2017, incl. GSWs Wild Shot & Untrapped
Sire of GSW Fish Trappe Road; G1-placed My Man Sam
Yearlings sold up to $600k, 2yos $280k, weanlings $250k


Race Record

Age Starts 1st 2nd 3rd Earned
2 1 0 0 0 $1,650
3 6 4(1) 1(1) 0 $388,734
4 5 2(2) 1(1) 0 $313,500
Total: 12 6(3) 2(2) 0 $703,884

Won True North H.-G2 by 8 1/2 lengths
Placed in Haskell S.-G1 and Alfred G. Vanderbilt H.-G1


2017 Top Runners include:
– 1st Pat Day Mile -G3, 3rd Tampa Bay Derby -G2
– 1st Oklahoma Derby -G3, 2nd LeComte S. -G3, 2nd Risen Star S. -G2, 3rd Rebel S. -G2, 3rd Ohio Derby -G3, 3rd Indiana Derby -G3
– 1st Speakeasy S., 3rd Bob Hope S. -G3
– 1st Northbound Pride Oaks @ Canterbury, 3rd Allen Black Cat LaCombe Memorial Overnight S. @ Fair Grounds
– 3rd Hot Springs S. @ Oaklawn Park
– 3rd Marshua S. @ Laurel Park
– 3rd Wayward Lass S. @ Tampa Bay Downs
3rd Smart Halo S.
 – 2nd Southern Park S.
– won juvenile MSW at Keeneland by 7 1/2 lengths, 3rd in Kentucky Juvenile S.
– won career debut at Arlington Park by 7 1/4 lengths

2016 Sales include:
$280,000 2yo colt at OBS March to Steven W. Young, agent
$200,000 2yo colt at Fasig-Tipton Florida to Steven W. Young, agent

2016 Top Runners include:
FISH TRAPPE ROAD – 1st Dwyer S. -G3, 2nd Woody Stephens S. -G2, 3rd Oklahoma Derby -G3
MIRAI – 1st Bertram F. Bongard S.
WILD SHOT – 2nd Kentucky Jockey Club S. -G2, 3rd Claiborne Breeders’ Futurity -G1
MY MAN SAM – 2nd Toyota Blue Grass S.-G1, 3rd Discovery S.-G3
GETTING JOELLENED – 2nd Barbara Shinpoch S.
KALABAKA – 2nd Ruthless S.
QUICK RELEASE – 2nd Coronation Cup @ SAR, 3rd Miss Preakness S.-G3
THE CHILLI MAN – 1st MSW by 11 1/2
ADMIRALTY – 1st MSW, $600,000 yearling purchase

1st Foals – 2-Year-Olds of 2015 include:
FISH TRAPPE ROAD – Runner-up in $250,000 Sleepy Hollow S. at Belmont following 9 3/4-length Belmont Maiden Special Weight win
SHOOT CRAPS – Set NCR at Belmont for five furlongs in Maiden Special Weight win in 2nd start; placed in debut on dirt in Churchill Downs Maiden Special Weight
TRAPPE PLAY – won Belmont Maiden Special Weight in Debut by 2 3/4 lengths
JAX AND JAY – won Maiden Special Weight at Timonium
TAPIT IN THE HOLE – won Churchill Maiden by 1 1/2 lengths in second start
MEGEVE – won Gulfstream Park West Maiden in third start

2015 2YO Sales include:
$230,000 colt – Barretts Select to Narvick International – third highest price horse by a Freshman sire
$210,000 colt – OBS March to Steven W. Young, agent
$200,000 colt – OBS March to Patrice Miller, EQB Inc., agent for Zayat Stables
$150,000 colt – Fasig-Tipton Florida Select to Off the Hook, agent
$125,000 filly – OBS April to John C. Kimmel, agent
$100,000 filly – Fasig-Tipton Florida Select to Dogwood Stable

2nd Crop – Yearlings of 2015 include:
$340,000 filly – Fasig-Tipton Saratoga to Steven W. Young, agent
$150,000 colt – Keeneland September to B.L.B.
$150,000 colt – Keeneland September to Alex and JoAnn Lieblong
$100,000 filly – Keeneland September to Dennis Farkas

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