Dance Smartly

Dance Smartly (1988–2007) was a Champion Thoroughbred Canadian and U.S. Hall of Fame racemare who went undefeated in 1991 while winning the Canadian Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing and becoming the first horse bred in Canada to ever win a Breeders' Cup race.

Bred in Ontario by Sam-Son Farm, the bay mare was by Danzig (a son of Northern Dancer), her dam was the Canadian Hall of Fame mare Classy 'n Smart by Smarten.

Read more about Dance Smartly:  Racing Career, Stud Record, Honours, Tabulated Pedigree

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Dance Smartly - Tabulated Pedigree
... Pedigree of Dance Smartly (CAN), bay mare, 1988 Sire Danzig (USA) 1977 Northern Dancer (CAN) 1961 Nearctic Nearco Lady Angela Natalma Native Dancer Almahmoud Pas de Nom 1968 Admiral's Voyage ...
1991 In Sports - Horse Racing
... Melbourne Cup won by Let's Elope Canadian Triple Crown Races Queen's Plate – Dance Smartly Prince of Wales Stakes – Dance Smartly Breeders' Stakes – Dance Smartly Dance Smartly becomes the country ... Black Tie Affair Breeders' Cup Distaff – Dance Smartly Breeders' Cup Juvenile – Arazi Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies – Pleasant Stage Breeders' Cup Mile – Opening Verse ...
Dance Smartly Stakes
... The Dance Smartly Stakes is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race run annually during July at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario ... Cup) Handicap until 1998 when it was renamed to honor Dance Smartly, a Canadian and United States Racing Hall of Fame inductee and one of Canada's greatest racing fillys ...
Sam-Son Farm
... Dam of Dance Smartly and Smart Strike Dance Smartly - undefeated in the 1991 racing season, en route to winning the Breeders' Cup Distaff, she became the only filly ... honors Dauphin Fabuleux (1984), Imperial Choice (1985), Ruling Angel (1985), Dance Smartly (1991), Chief Bearhart (1997-'98), Quiet Resolve (2000) and Soaring Free (2004) ...

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