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W. C. JONES

Volponi - Consider It Done, by Green Dancer | 2005 Gelding - (View Pedigree)

Son of the Breeders' Cup Classic winner Volponi

W C Jones and Seek Gold on a winter afternoon W C Jones and Seek Gold on a winter afternoon
2 W C Jones and Seek Gold at the waterer 2 W C Jones and Seek Gold at the waterer
1 W C Jones and Seek Gold 1 W C Jones and Seek Gold - These two quickly made friends. W. C.'s the one with the blaze.

W. C. Jones raced four times and showed promise, but an injury cut short his career. Thanks to trainer Christophe Clement he has a future with Old Friends. A clever horse with a mind of his own, W. C. may not have been a winner, but he is quite the character. On the track he gave what he had and he made $15,292 for his connections. In his four maiden special weight races at Belmont he achieved a second place and a third place. Old Friends is honored to provide W. C. Jones the safe, secure retirement he has earned.

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W. C. JONES's Info:

Bred in NY by Edward J. Messina. Foaled March 22, 2005

4 Starts, 0 Wins, 1 Places, 1 Shows. Career Earnings: $15,292

Racing Owners: Susan T. Harris & Charles E. Harris
Trainer: Christophe Clement
Jockeys: Javier Castellano, Alan Garcia, Rajiv Maragh

Raced at Belmont in 2008 and 2009, ran best on turf

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

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