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MAX A MILLION

Jules - King's Sweetest, by Rollicking | 2000 Gelding - (View Pedigree)

Max a Million May 2009 Max a Million May 2009
Max a Million June 2009 photo © Beth Shannon Max a Million June 2009 photo © Beth Shannon
Max A Million Max A Million

Racing as a homebred for owner/trainer Francis J. Vitale, Max A Million was a stakes-placed competitor at Delaware, Tampa Bay, Gulfstream Monmouth, Calder, Rockingham and Penn National. As a two year old he ran third Tyro Stakes at Monmouth, and as a four year old he showed again in the Florida Thoroughbred Charities Stakes. In a career that spanned 2002 through 2008 Max started 41 times with 4 wins, 4 seconds and 6 thirds for total earnings of $101,951.
Max came to Old Friends in January 2009. Old Friends thanks Francis Vitale for recompensing this equine athlete’s hardworking, successful years on the track with the secure and comfortable retirement he has earned.

Max A Million has the same sire as Peace Rules.  He enjoys the company of his pals Discreet Hero and Easy Grades.

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Additional Description:

MAX A MILLION's Info:

Bred in FL by Francis Joseph Vitale. Foaled May 31, 2000

41 Starts, 4 Wins, 4 Places, 6 Shows. Career Earnings: $101,951

Racing Owners: Topcat Stables
Trainer: F. J. Vitale
Jockeys: several

Most notable races: 3rd in the Tyro S at Monmouth Park 2002, 3rd in the Florida Charities Thoroughbred Stakes

Raced at: Rockingham, Monmouth, Calder, Delaware, Tampa Bay Downs, Ocala Training Center, Gulfstream and Penn National

Joined Old Friends January 2009
Modified On: 3/30/2014

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